Top Photo: Children aged 7-14 showed up to participate in RPAR’s annual Pitch, Hit and Run competition on Saturday.
Bottoom Photo: Winners of the RPAR event will go on to compete in an event Saturday in Pineville. See a list of those winners on page 3.
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The Lincoln Parish School District continues its award-winning emphasis on science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) related studies and events with an expansion of its Science Olympiad program.
Bobby J. Conville Jr., left, presented a short history of Rotary International to the members of the Ruston Rotary Club. The program was a commemoration of the 69th anniversary of Rotary, which was celebrated in 1974. Ray Madden, right, vice president of the club, presented Conville a certificate. The Ruston Rotary Club was formed in 1943. At the time of this presentation, Dr. H. J. Sachs is the only resident charter member of the Ruston Club.
Lincoln Lookback is a new series that will feature photos from Lincoln Parish history.