They won’t be wearing jingle bells or dashing through the snow, but all kinds of horses will be strutting their stuff from Friday through Tuesday in Lincoln Parish.
The Sugar Bowl Classic Quarter/Palomino Show is set to be held on those days at the North Louisiana Exposition Center located at 189 Fairgrounds Road off of Louisiana Highway 33.
Potentially, events could be held in 148 different classifications if two or more horses sign up for each event. Show Organizer Tommie Jackson said more than 80 horse stalls had been rented before the Christmas holidays for the event.
Senior Vice President at Bank of America Eddie Martin, left, recently spoke during the Grambling State University’s 2015 Founder’s Day Convocation. Martin is pictured receiving an Award of Appreciation from GSU President Willie Larkin, right.
The Lincoln Parish Library, in conjunction with the Society of Human Resource Management at Louisiana Tech University, will host a resumé workshop at 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Lincoln Parish Library in the Lincoln Community Room.
Sarah Creekmore, the library’s administrative assistant, said this event is free and open to everyone in the community.
A Tiger Marching Band drummer from Shreveport who was killed in a vehicle wreck on Thursday night was scheduled to graduate from Grambling State University the next day.
Instead, the father of Michael Hubbard Jr., 25, accepted the diploma on his behalf for a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.