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Wed
28
Jun

Celebrating 50 Blessed Years

Bro. Ronny and Sis. Gail Taylor will be celebrating their 50thWedding Anniversary on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Their children will be honoring them with a reception on that day from 2-5 p.m. at Glory way Church Fellowship Hall. Family and friends are asked to accept this announcement as an invitation to join the celebration. No gifts, please.

 

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Wed
21
Jun

Pilot Club

As school was ending, members of the Pilot Club of Winnfield were thinking about the safety of our children over the summer. Pilots and their Brainminder Buddies visited every first and second grade class in our parish to present puppet shows on how to play safe and play smart. Each of the cute, fuzzy puppets had a safety tip for the children. They told the boys and girls to protect their brains by wearing a helmet when riding a bike, a seatbelt when in the car, a life jacket in a boat, to look both ways before crossing astreet, and to dial 911 in the event of fire or finding a gun.

 

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Wed
21
Jun

Gail Shelton speaks to Kiwanis Club

Gail Shelton, artist andowner of the Pea Patch, spoketo the Kiwanis club, Monday,June 12, 2017. Mrs. Sheltonspoke to the club about colored pencil drawing. She is amember of the Colored Pencil Society of America. Colored pencils that artist use are not the same as the colored pencils that we used as children. She learned about these colored pencils when she took some art students to Northeast La. University (now known as ULM). There are 2 kinds-anoil-based lead and a wax-based (prisma color). Colored pencil drawings are done on paper. You can use the wax-base on canvas but you have to use a solvent.

Shelton does her work from photography. She used apower point to show various pictures that she has done and how she did them. As shes howed a picture she would tell where the photograph was taken and she would explain how she was able to recreate the picture. Colored pencil drawing is tedious and time-consuming.

 

Wed
14
Jun

Shirley Speaks at Recent Rotary Meeting

When it comes to estate planning, almost everyone takes steps to ensure that the big-ticket items such as the house, car, properties and investments go to those people that the benefactors desires.

But what about all the little things around the house that have been accumulated over a lifetime? Who gets Grandma’s yellow pie plate?

This was the question that 4-H agent Karen Shirley put to Rotarians when she spoke to the Winnfield club May 31. This concept in planning was developed by the University of Minnesota Extension as one of the life skills offered to young students. Mrs. Shirley pointed out that, “4-H is more than cooking and cows. A lot that we do centers on worthwhile life skills.”

 

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Wed
14
Jun

Hunter Martin Earns Purple Jacket Club Membership

NATCHITOCHES – Twenty-five Northwestern State University students have been selected as members of The Purple Jacket Club, one of the university’s oldest honorary service organizations. Students are selected based on scholarship, outstanding achievement, exceptional leadership and high ideals.

Those selected are Maggie Harris of West Monroe, Mallory McConathy of Stonewall, Maria Rome of Baton Rouge, Rebekah Aultman of Mangham, Shanteria Montgomery of Homer, Shelby Glenn of Houma, Taylor Poleman, Kiera Jones, Latrice Smith and Jade Gaines of Shreveport, Jamie Brooks of Greenwell Springs and Kenedy Lampert of Deville.

Wed
07
Jun

DARE Officer Jones Speaks at Recent Rotary Meeting

When DARE first came to schools across the country, the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program aimed at teaching young children to “Say NO to Drugs.” However, the focus has changed local DARE officer Anna Jones told the Rotary Club of Winnfield on May 17.

As it turned out, the more children learned about drugs, the more likely they were to being exposed to them. As a result, DARE personnel now go into schools as officers to help children develop a positive relationship with law enforcement. There were 403 students who took part in Winn’s DARE program this year just ended.

“In the past, we were unintentionally showing kids what they could do,” Jones explained. “Now we teach about choices, consequences, responsibilities. How to be safe. Now we talk about alcohol, tobacco, bullying. How to respond. How to avoid situations.”

 

Wed
07
Jun

NSU to Host Writing Camps

The Northwestern State University Writing Project will host two summer writing camps on June 12-16 and 19-23.

The first camp on June 12-16 is for adolescent writers in grades 7-12. The second camp on June 19-23 is for young writers in grades 2-5. The camps will held Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. until noon and Friday from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the third floor of Kyser Hall on NSU’s Natchitoches campus. The fee for each camp is $125.

 

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Wed
24
May

Winnfield Rotary Celebrates 90 Years

Members of the Rotary Club of Winnfield celebrated the 90th anniversary of the founding of the local service organization with a family-centered fish fry May 4.

The club was chartered May 13, 1927, when there were only a few Rotary clubs established in Louisiana. Shreveport was the first in 1914, followed by Alexandria (1916) and Monroe (1918). Smaller towns began to see clubs in 1922 (Natchitoches), 1924 (Leesville) and 1925 (Bunkie). A second Shreveport club (South Shreveport) came online just six weeks before Winnfield.

Wed
24
May

Head Start Winter Recruitment Underway

The Pine Belt Head Start Program is now accepting applications for children born between October 1, 2013 and Sept. 30, 2014 for the 2017-2018 school year. Head Start is a pre-school educational program for children who are three to five years of age. The child must be three by September 30 of the school year. Head Start will consider those children not eligible for kindergarten, meeting eligibility requirements. Head Start will enroll children with disabilities who are professionally diagnosed as of their third for fourth birthday.

Transportation will be provided on a limited basis and may not be door-to-door in the communities we serve. Reasonable assistance will be offered to all perspective families, with the understanding that the agency my provide all, none or some transportation.

 

Wed
17
May

Dodson Town Council . . . . . . . . . . .

An attempt by Dodson Mayor Richie Broomfield to comply with state law and set salaries of Village Officials fell by a 2-3 vote after a lengthy, complicated and contentious discussion last week. The meeting also was highlighted by previous minutes not being approved because of public comments included in them.

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