Two upcoming exhibitions — one featuring letterpress and the other photography — will open this month at Louisiana Tech’s School of Art galleries.
Jim Sherraden will display work from “Hatch Show Print — American Letterpress Since 1879,” and Susan Mullally will show “What I Keep, Portraits and Choice” from Tuesday to March 20 at the F. Jay Taylor Visual Arts Center.
Veterans and active duty personnel gathered at the Montessori School of Ruston where students presented them with handmade cards and sang patriotic songs. Sgt Jeremy Roberts, above, is pictured visiting with Montessori students Henry Rutland, Hudson Futrell and Thomas Costanza.
This big guy is Tank. He is a boxer mix. Tank is loving and good with pets and people. He is great on a leash. Tank is up-to-date on shots and neutered. He is ready for his furever home. Come see him at 4Paws, located at 290 Rodeo Road in Ruston. Call 251-DOGS for more information. Their hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and by appointments on Monday.
Pictured are 4 Paws President Sue Martin and board member Bill Elmore accepting a $50,000 donation toward the 4 Paws Rescue Building fund from the late Errol Dawson. Dawson earmarked the money for this purpose in his will. Dawson had previously given the organization $27,000 to help with their operations. The organization continues to collect money to achieve their goal of building a self-sustaining pet shelter. For more information about the organization call 251-DOGS or visit their website at www.4pawsrescueinc.myresq.org.