Quota International of Ruston recently installed officers for 2013-14 year. Quota is one of Ruston’s oldest service organizations and has many events planned for the upcoming year.
Pictured from left to right are Bridgett Davis, board member; Misty Womack, assistant treasurer; Kourtney Keim, treasurer; Rhonda Reed, secretary; Suzanne McCarter, vice president and Suzanne Riva, president. Not shown are board members Patsy Bourgeois and Ame Gray.
Editor’s Note: This is the sixth and final article in a six-part series highlighting academic programs at Louisiana Tech University that are having significant impacts on the region and whose graduates are contributing to the growth of the economies, communities and competitiveness of north Louisiana.
Graduates from Louisiana Tech University’s Industrial and Organizational (I/O) Psychology program are playing an important role in helping businesses and organizations throughout the state create work environments that can positively impact their productivity and profitability.
I think it is safe to say that we can retire our bathing suits and pack up the ole lemonade stands because colder temperatures have arrived. However, that doesn’t mean that you stow away your workout gear.
Cold weather does not mean that you must put your exercise regimen on ice. Winter can frustrate even the most motivated of exercisers. And — if you’re not so motivated — it’s all too easy to pack your workout gear away with your summer clothes and at the same time, pack on the pounds.
But keeping up your exercise routine in cold weather can be rewarding.
Christian pastors from across the United States, including Ruston resident, Pastor Bakari K. Beckwith, senior pastor at Victory Temple Church of Greater Winnsboro in Franklin Parish, has been named an honorary recipient of The Duke Endowment 2017 Scholarship.
This seminary scholarship will allow Beckwith to attend Duke Divinity School of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina this spring.
While there he will immerse himself in learning and renewal through self-directed study, worship and prayer.