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08
Mar

Boyett, Adams to wed Saturday

Ms. Kaylea Ann Boyett and Mr. Logan Ryan Adams are excited to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.

Ms. Boyett is the daughter of Teena and Dion Boyett of Dodson and is the granddaughter of Don and Helen Boyett of Natchitoches and the late Francis Watson and late Manuel Watson, both of Dodson. She is a 2012 graduate of Calvin High School, a 2016 graduate of Bossier Parish Community College, and is employed at Winn Community Health Center.

Mr. Adams is the son of Gwen Weeks Adams and the grandson of Evyonne and Betty Joe Weeks of Goldonna and Max and Lou Ellen Adams, also of Goldonna. He is a 2011 graduate of Calvin High School and is employed by Acuren Inspection.

 

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Wed
01
Mar

The Bontrager Family Singers of Kalona

The Bontrager Family Singers of Kalona, Iowa will be at Welcome Home Baptist Church on Friday, March 3, 2017 at 7 PM. Join us for this great blessing of meeting this family and being a part of their ministry for God. Welcome Home Baptist Church Is located in the Hudson/ Gaars Mill community on Highway 34. For more information you may call 318- 355-5743.

 

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Wed
01
Mar

LSMSA still accepting applications for 201718 school year

Natchitoches, LA – It is not too late to start the application process at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts for current freshmen, sophomores and juniors. A completed application includes the student’s portion (short answers); parental permission; two teacher recommendations (one from an English instructor and one from a math instructor); one counselor recommendation; a recent (within the last calendar year) ACT or SAT score; and an official campus visit.

 

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Wed
01
Mar

Annual Kasey’s Heart & Soul

BOM is proud   be a $1,000 sponsor of the 5th Annual Kasey’s Heart & Soul: Run, Walk & Roll coming up on Saturday, March 11. The event will start and finish at the NSU’s Collins Pavilion. In the picture from left   right: Micah Foshee, Tina Ragan, Carrie Hough, and Brooke Harrell.

 

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Wed
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Feb

Winn Parish Library Director Amy Vines speaks to Kiwanis club

Amy Vines, Director of the Winn Parish Library System, spoke to the Kiwanis club Monday about the library and all the activities that are happening there. We have a beautiful new library and the citizens of Winn Parish should take advantage of that. There are computers and internet access, a children’s section, a reading room with a fireplace, and lots of books. They also have e-books.

 

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Wed
22
Feb

Johnson Recent Guest Speaker at Rotary Meeting

The name has changed through the years but its commitment to the young workforce in our area has remained consistent. The Huey P. Long Memorial Trade School came into law during Louisiana’s 1938 legislative session and opened its doors on South Jones Street in October 1939. In 1970 the name changed to Vocational School and 20 years later to Technical Institution. In 1995 it was Louisiana Technical College. In September 2010, the school broke ground on its new $12 million campus just north of Winnfield Senior High School on Hwy 167.

 

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Wed
15
Feb

Dr. Mark Shelton

Dr. Mark Shelton was guest speaker at the Jan. 18 meeting of the Rotary Club of Winnfield. He gave members an interesting insight of medical equipment by first giving an entertaining history of the industry standard, the stethoscope. Then he showed them the newest to arrive in Winnfield, a hand-held ultrasound device. Accompanying Dr. Shelton to the meeting were physician’s assistant Michelle Malzahn and physical therapist Jim Muse

 

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Wed
15
Feb

Former District Leader Tells of Rotary History at Recent Meeting

Many service organizations feature weekly meeting speakers who address a range of topics other than those of the organization itself. The Rotary Club of Winnfield is one but recently heard from a speaker who told local members a little of the history of Rotary. Former district governor Pamela Stewart of Ruston who was here on Feb. 8 injected a number of quiz questions and the answers she received verified that much of her information was new to many. Most could recall that Paul Harris of Chicago with Rotary’s founder. But the trail ran cold beyond that.

 

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Wed
08
Feb

The Rotary Foundation recently

The Rotary Foundation recently recognized Jay Hinckley, treasurer of the Rotary Club of Winnfield, for his outstanding level of personal giving to the foundation by naming him a “Major Donor.” The Rotary Foundation supports the efforts of Rotary International to achieve world understanding and peace through international humanitarian, educational, and cultural exchange programs. The Foundation transforms gifts into projects that change lives both close to home and around the world. As the charitable arm of Rotary, it taps into a global network of Rotarians who invest their time, money, and expertise into Rotary priorities, such as eradicating polio and promoting peace. Foundation grants empower Rotarians to approach challenges such as poverty, illiteracy, and malnutrition with sustainable solutions that leave a lasting impact. In photo, club president and Hinckley’s daughter Jennifer Vidrine makes the award presentation during the February 1 meeting here.

 

Wed
08
Feb

The Rotary Club of Winnfield showed

The Rotary Club of Winnfield showed its support to the student- athletes in Winn’s 4-H Outdoor Skills program with a presentation of arrows and .22 ammunition for use in the program. Agent Donny Moon spoke briefly to the club at its Feb. 1 meeting and brought with him three participants from Winnfield Middle School. In photo are Matt Walton, Wyatt Jordan, Lathan Snowden, Jennifer Vidrine and Ethan Boone.

 

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