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November 27th, 2012

RESOLUTION TO SELL SURPLUS PROPERTY

RESOLUTION TO SELL SURPLUS PROPERTY

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November 26th

Blanket drive launched

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Lincoln Parish Triad and its SALT (Seniors And Law enforcement Together) Advisory Council are launching their annual blanket drive. The blanket drive will continue throughout the winter.
Blankets will be given to the elderly and disabled citizens of Lincoln Parish who do not have sufficient heating and can’t buy a blanket during the winter months.
Lincoln Parish citizens are asked to donate blankets to assist those in need. A blanket will be distributed per senior and disable person or based on their need.

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Exhibit features celebration of La.

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Works created from Mardi Gras beads
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For many people, Mardi Gras beads are nothing more than party favors, but for German–born artist, Stephan Wanger, they are a medium to create art.
“After my first Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans, I noticed the insane amount of beads that were thrown and hauled away at the cost of the taxpayer. Through research I learned that many cities celebrate Mardi Gras and that there is an enormous amount of waste. I couldn’t believe it. I started to use reclaimed Mardi Gras beads and glued them onto plastic planters,” Wanger said.
From that, Wanger’s art evolved.

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Holiday Express

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Children who have already started keeping an eye out for reindeer might look a little closer to home on Tuesday as Santa chugs into town on the 12th Annual Kansas City Southern Holiday Express train.
This six-car train features a walk-thru exhibit, where residents can examine the smiling tank car “Rudy,” a flatcar carrying Santa’s sleigh, reindeer and a miniature village; a gingerbread boxcar; the elves’ workshop; the reindeer stable and a little red caboose. The train, which is free and open to the public, will be open from 4-8 p.m.

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Jaycees launch Toys for Tots drive

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More than 600 children in Lincoln Parish may not see a single present under their Christmas tree this year without the help of generous people in the area.
But, the Ruston Jaycees are working to make sure that as many children in Lincoln Parish as possible have a smile on their faces this year on Christmas morning.
The Jaycees annual Toys for Tots drive is already in full swing, with gift-wrapped donation boxes having been placed at various locations on Nov. 14.

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Knowing the symptoms and treating SAD

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Editor’s note: This is the second in a two-part column about seasonal affective disorder. The first part ran Nov. 19.
What are the symptoms of SAD?
Everyone feels sad sometimes. If you experience the loss of a friend or family member, it is normal to feel upset or depressed. If you break up with a boy or girl friend or struggle with other problems, it is common to feel sad. But if the sadness persists for weeks, especially if there is no apparent cause, this could be a sign of the depression that goes along with seasonal affective disorder.

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Pet of the Week

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Louie is a sweet Dachshund, with a happy, friendly personality. He is around 5 months old and approximately 5 pounds. Black with a brown snout, he is up-to-date on shots and ready for his forever home. His adoption fee is $65. Call 251-DOGS for more information or visit www.4pawsrescue.com. 4 Paws Rescue invites residents to see all the dogs at their new office, located at 290 Rodeo Road in Ruston just south of Tech Farm Road. The office is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday or interested parties may call for an appointment.

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RPAR presents ESPY Award

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Will Woods, coach of the 5-6 year old Cowboys, gives trophies to his players at the ESPYS for RPAR night on Nov. 8. The event was held at the McLane Multipurpose Center.

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