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GSU legends anxious for museum

Former Grambling State University and National Football League quarterbacks James “Shack” Harris and Doug Williams have supported the project with contributions from their Foundation which recently hosted its third annual celebrity event in Shreveport-Bossier City.

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Carefully consider costs

Both are to be commended for working out minor kinks with the layout’s design and efforts to make the public fully aware of where millions of dollars of their sweat-and-blood tax money are going.
The jury showed more fiscal wisdom when blocking a preemptive replacement of the library building’s roof that was rolled in with the Events Center renovation plans in an effort to complete a two-for-one construction project.
Before the jury excised the roof replacement from the budget, $3.4 million was the project cost, excluding furnishings and the recurring costs of yearly operations.

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Being a real mom for kids

What is a mom? Moms make the world go around. If it weren’t for our moms and their moms — you could really go on and on with this — none of us would be here. We have a day dedicated to mothers for everyone to show their unconditional love for their moms. This day is called “Mother’s Day.” There is no other way to describe this day for mothers, a day where you give cards and cater to them.
It’s understandable why women want to become a parent. Parenthood gives you a chance to give unconditional love for someone, love that you couldn’t give to a husband or a dog.

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Summer camp kicks off

There’s a computer lab monitored by a technician where children learn to type, print and navigate the Internet while they are warned of the dangers of online predators.
Additionally, classes during the camp, which runs from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, focus on character building and life skills. Williams said the younger children learn safety and “stranger danger,” while pre-teens and teenagers are divided by gender and given a rundown on everything from peer pressure to what puberty entails.

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