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Wed
09
Dec

Pleasant Hill Baptist Church

Sunday December 6. We appreciate Sophee and Siblee Evans helping with our music today. We still had several out due to Covidl9 exposure. We are thankful for all those that came for the inside service and those outside in their vehicles listening to the service. Bro. Joe Evans read from Isaiah 9-Birth and Reign of the Prince of Peace. For the worship service Bro Joe spoke from John 1:1-4 on “Jesus is the Light” a message we all needed to hear during these trying times. For the evening service the “Lord’s Supper” was observed closing with the Hymn ‘Bless Be the Tie That Binds.’

Our prayers continue for Janice Hand, Gwen Jones, Jimmy and Karen Brazzell, Marie Jordan,

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Wed
09
Dec

Burks Temple Methodist Church

We pray for everyone.

We pray for Rev. Eric and Pameka Peoples, Rev. John Griffin, Sister Markyn, Mrs Minnie and her mom and dad, Etsy Ashley, Betty Ashley, Michelle Ashley, Michael Ashley and their son, who is graduating from University of Louisiana in Lafayette, Roland Lynch, Howard Clark, Police Chief Johnny Ray Carpenter, Jessie Phillips.

We thank the city inmates who have helped with their labor.

We Pray Billy Limmerman, and Troy Hanson, Billy Moore, Virginia Smith, Bobbie Mitchell, Ruby Farris, Debra Williams, Tasha Powell, Dorothy Hicksm William and his daughter Amy, Willie Mac, Joyce McElroy, Jennifer Higgs, Kerri Clark, Will King, Gail Glover, Ramona Dobbis, and the new young man who is helping seniors, The Winn Council of the Aged Staff and the seniors, Martha Chatman, the Autumn Leaves Nursing Home, the director, the staff, Alyssa, Airiyat, LaTonvya, Martise, Kaitlyn, Jamie, and Alisa, and the residents.

Wed
09
Dec

Our Lady of Lourdes

For the second Sunday of Advent, the Church gives us the example of St. John the Baptist as how we should prepare for the Lord. Advent focuses on preparing for the coming of the Lord at Christmas, but, also, on the return of the Lord on Judgment Day. St. John the Baptist is a perfect example for both.

Wed
09
Dec

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

The community of St Paul’s continues in Sunday Eucharist with the special caution that an increasing rate of virus spread requires. We shall, both in church and in many homes, light three candles of the Advent wreath and joyously continue our celebration of this season.

Joyfully, but with the restraint that consideration of our neighbors requires. Sometimes, that’s difficult, for celebration is so much a part of Christmas, just as it is essential to every human heart. The Third Sunday of Advent is traditionally Gaudete Sunday. Gaudete, a Latin word meaning Celebrate! or Rejoice!, both in the imperative: You Rejoice! The word has come to contemporary use in the word gaudy, though the meaning has changed. The Dorothy Sayers novel Gaudy Night carries the original meaning.

Wed
18
Nov

Winnfield got festive for the holidays with open house

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Family Jewel Box’s Derrick Holmes and Dee McGee helping a cutomer

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Wed
18
Nov

Saluting our Winn Parish Veterans

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Winn Parish Navy Veterans

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Wed
21
Oct

Youth Bay Hog Dog Winners

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Wed
07
Oct

September Meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma

September Meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma

“It’s A Jungle Out There” was presented by: lion, Amanda Taylor; Parrot, Jana Smith; Safari Hunter, Fran Walton; Elephant, Penny Shelton; Giraffe, Mary Doherty and Hippo, Carolyn Lang.

The September meeting of the Alpha Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma was held on September 17 at the Winnfield Political Museum. President Laure Derr called the meeting to order. Dianne Jordan gave the invocation. The gathering enjoyed a delicious meal of shrimp and grits. Following the meal the new officers presented the program, lilt’s A Jungle Out There”. The purpose of the program was to instill in the membership the importance of each person to the Alpha Beta Chapter. 

 

 

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Wed
07
Oct

Rebuild and Repair - Safe and Stronger

Disaster survivors affected by the severe winds and floods from Hurricane Laura, can talk to a FEMA Mitigation Specialist. These specialists are available to provide rebuilding tips, questions about home repair, the importance of flood insurance, making disaster plans, and building supply.

As of Oct. 2, theNational Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has paid more than $8 million to Hurricane Laura survivors.

Contact your insurance agent to report your loss. If you can’t remember the name or number of the insurance company that services your FEMA flood policy, call the NFIP at 877-336-2627 to find out. Or email floodsmart@fema.dhs.gov.

 

 

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Wed
12
Aug

Louisiana Folklife Center receives NEA grant

Louisiana Folklife Center receives NEA grant

Soul Creole is among the groups scheduled to take part in the virtual format of the Natchitoches-NSU Folk Festival.

National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Mary Anne Carter has approved more than $84 million in grants as part of the Arts Endowment’s second major funding announcement for fiscal year 2020. Included in this announcement is an Art Works award of $10,000 to the Louisiana Folklife Center at Northwestern State University for the 41st Annual Natchitoches-NSU Folk Festival. This is one of 1,015 grants nationwide that the agency has approved in this category.

“These awards demonstrate the resilience of the arts in America, showcasing not only the creativity of their arts projects but the organizations’ agility in the face of a national health crisis,” said Carter, “We celebrate organizations like the Louisiana Folklife Center for providing opportunities for learning and engagement through the arts in these times.”

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