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Symphony needs support

As with many fund-raising campaigns, there are benefits for each level of support, and that is the case with the Symphony Campaign.
The annual membership at the Corporate Level will require an $850 donation which will reap recognition in the concert playbill, six tickets to each concert, six Mardi Gras Ball tickets and a program advertisement.
At the Sustaining Level, a $500 donation will reap recognition in the concert playbill, six tickets to each concert and two Mardi Gras Ball tickets.

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Dynamite couple on the scene

Because the husband has gotten so much well-deserved recognition since his appointment to the position of Louisiana Tech University Alumni Relations, I do not think he deserves a whole column when his wife Kathleen is right there in the race with him.
Her current mission is to help the United Way of Northeast Louisiana increase its presence in Lincoln Parish. As such, she is the new United Way Lincoln Parish development director.
But that is not all; she has recently joined the North Central Alliance Partners in Prevention Advisory Board.

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Creek slate has a ‘home’ feel

The Cougars’ lineup of home appearances will kick off with a season opener on Sept. 1 against Delhi Charter and later include matchups against Delhi High (Sept. 22), Oak Grove (Oct. 6), Monroe St. Frederick (Oct. 13) and Grambling High (Nov. 3).
Grambling High currently has games planned for Robinson Stadium on Sept. 8 against DeQuincy, versus Newellton on Sept. 22 and against Bernice on Oct. 13.
The Kittens also currently have an open date on Oct. 20, thus leaving the possibility that a 10th contest and a fourth one at home might materialize before the season gets under way.

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Commerce Street opens path of opportunities

That’s a good and bad thing. When you have more incoming traffic, you have to do something about it.
We’ll see a lot of that Louisiana 33 traffic coming in here, and this opens up room for more development. Any sales taxes generated in this area will benefit us as well.”
Scott Terry, president of the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, agreed with Hollingsworth.

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