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Food drive for CCA

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Bethlehem No. 40 Order of Eastern Star (O.E.S.) of Ruston adopted by MT. Tema No. 42 held a food drive for Christian Community Action (CCA). Members pictured, from left to right: Sister Lisa Albritton, Sister Shannon Scott A.M., Sister Jade Williams, Sister Angelite Caldwell W.M., and Sister Sabrina Smith along with the CCA Director Stephanie Griffin (center).

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Fire Prevention Week

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Emmanuel Baptist preschoolers recently visited the Ruston Fire Department for Fire Prevention Week. The children were given a tour of a fire truck, the station and the mobile fire safety classroom where they learned about the equipment firefighters wear and use as well as how to keep themselves safe. The school appreciates the fire department’s willingness and dedication to educating the students on fire safety.

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Reflecting on recent visit to Lincoln Parish

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I’m back in Dallas, but still missing the whirlwind pace of my week’s visit in Ruston. Every day there, I did from two to four extracurricular things with friends. Never have I had a better time with friends.
I especially enjoyed my visit one Sunday to Temple, my home church, and the other to Cook Baptist, where my children are members. I loved seeing friends and the worship was inspiring, at both services.

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CHURCH NEWS

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Sunday, October 16, 2011

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
First Assembly 
of God
Our sixth-12th grade youth ministry is growing. Join us at 6 p.m. Sundays. We also invite you to come pray with us. Our doors will be open from 6-9 p.m. each Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. For more information, call 255-8932 or email fishin4men@bellsouth.net.
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BAPTIST
Calvary
Worship and Bible study is at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., Tuesday’s men’s prayer is at 7 a.m. Wednesday evening service is at 6:30 p.m. For more information, please call Calvary at 255-3594 or visit our website at www.calvaryruston.org.
Cook

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Pumpkin Patch benefits ministry

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Area residents are invited to Elli’s Pumpkin Patch, set from 10 a.m. until dark. The patch, which opens today, is located at 3980 Louisiana Highway 33. Visitors are invited to purchase pumpkins and bring their cameras for fall outdoor portraits. Proceeds will go to Kingdom Kids Ministry at Cook Baptist Church. For more information call 548-0383.

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‘New Hope’ premiere date set

R-Squared Productions announces Feb. 10 as the premiere date for their next feature length film, “New Hope.”
The premiere will take place at First Baptist Church in West Monroe, which has a seating capacity of more than 2,000.

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Calling all dancers

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It’s time to grab your partner and do-si-do.
For many years area residents have enjoyed square dancing for physical activity as well as relaxing outside Ruston.
Kay Hamm, along with a few others, decided to round up all those interested in square dancing in the area to start a club locally.

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Grambling budget OK’d

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GRAMBLING — The budget was up for changes Thursday night in Grambling, as the town council held a special meeting to pass budget amendments to get funds to where they need to be.
The council passed the amended budget unanimously at the meeting, with accountants from Hulsey, Harwood and Sheridan out of Monroe presenting their recommendations for the changes.

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UP outlaws pet sales on roadside

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The roadside sale of animals in Farmerville is now against the law after an ordinance passed during Monday’s monthly Farmerville Town Council meeting.
Ordinance No. 07-11 states that whoever commits a violation of the ordinance will be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine up to $500 or a maximum of 30 days in jail, or both such fine and imprisonment.

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Tech receives $1.1M federal grant

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Award to help fund green technology
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Officials from the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) were on-hand at Tech Pointe in Louisiana Tech University’s Enterprise Campus for a press conference Thursday to officially award the university a $1.1 million grant to establish the LA_i6 Proof of Concept Center.
Tech’s proposal was one of only six in the nation to be selected for the highly-competitive i6 Green Challenge grant.

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