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Kiwanis Club donates to drug court

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From left to right: Tony Young, Chris Salter, Jed Dance, Judge Jay McCallum, Drug Court coordinator Fletcher Hyacinth, Kiwanis Club President Jim Calloway, Kiwanian Richard Raue, Judge Wayne Smith, District Attorney Bob Levy and Larry Taylor. Judge Cynthia Woodard was not present.

For the last three years, the Ruston Kiwanis Club has donated funds to support the drug court, which is composed of the Third Judicial District Court, the District Attorney’s Office and the Sheriff’s Offices, all of which cover both Lincoln Parish and Union Parish, the Indigent Defendant Board, the Department of Probation and Parole and the Lincoln Parish Clerk of Court Office.

The drug court has been in existence for about five years. The court provides an opportunity for rehabilitation to those convicted of a non-violent, drug associated felony crime, through monitoring, counseling and accountability.

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