Area residents have until 6 p.m. to donate to the annual DART radiothon campaign against domestic violence. District Attorney John Belton (right) was among the area officials who went on air today with KRLQ’s Bob Day (left) in support of DART’s “NO MORE” domestic violence program. Donations and pledges may be made at the radiothon, set up at Ruston’s Super 1 Foods or by calling 245-8728 or 393-2291.
The final preparations are underway as Grambling State University gears up for the annual Community Breakfast, which brings the community from near and far to Grambling to celebrate the university’s annual Founder’s Day festivities.
As a part of GSU’s Founder’s Week, Interim President Cynthia Warrick is inviting the university community and the general public to attend the annual Founder’s Week Fellowship Breakfast, scheduled for 8-10 a.m. Monday in the Black and Gold Room at the Favrot Student Union on campus.
Submitted photo- Pictured is Glen View Elementary School volunteer reader Sheriff Mike Stone.
Volunteer reader, Lincoln Parish Sheriff Mike Stone said, “It was a pure joy to be a volunteer reader for the United Way volunteer reading initiative. I have committed to another year, and I count it a privilege to be a part of something that I believe to be very positive and worthwhile for all of the young people involved.”