Members of the Pierian Club of Ruston have presented 78 years of club minutes to the Lincoln Parish Library. The eight volumes of original minutes, some of them handwritten, span 1928 through 2006. The minutes chronicle much of Ruston’s history, as well as the influence of women on the city’s development. Participating in the presentation were, from left, Carol Young, club president; Vivian McCain, Lincoln Parish Library head librarian; Teri Fulton, archival committee co-chairman and Virginia Selle, archival committee chairman and long-time Pierian club historian.
Remmi is a young rat terrier mix that is spayed, current on shots and house trained. Remmi and her friends, Sissy and Shorty, are looking for forever homes after being abandoned by a previous owner. The adoption fee for this puppy is $50, which includes a neuter certificate and a rabies shot. Call 251-DOGS to start the adoption process.
Ruston Community Theatre’s next production, southern-themed play “Christmas Belles”, is a holiday comedy written by playwriting team Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten and is scheduled to debut at The Dixie Center for the Arts on Dec. 5-8. “Christmas Belles” is a sequel to a former play RCT presented in March of 2011, another southern deep-fried comedy, “Dearly Beloved.” The Lewis Family (Lewis Boutique) will sponsor “Christmas Belles.”
Members of the Domestic Abuse Resistance Team’s Board of Directors and radiothon committee are pictured with their own “NO MORE” messages, reflecting DART’s adoption of the national “NO MORE” campaign against domestic violence and sexual assault. DART’s 14th Annual Radiothon is scheduled for May 7, at Super 1 Foods in Ruston.
Pictured front row, left to right: Pam Dance, Kourtney Keim, Jodie Forsse, Cathy Ayo, Terrie Queen Autrey, Camille Phillips. Back Row, left to right: Cassandra Smith, Rebekah Hardman-Wade, Barbara Monzingo, Tim Colvin and Randy Ewing.