Combining formal occasions and a love of tea, Ginny Shadoin Canterbury recently opened a new shop, Wedding Days and Tea Time, in Downtown Ruston.
“I love everything about weddings. I love the planning, the gathering of items and watching them come together for such a beautiful occasion,” Canterbury said. “I also love gourmet tea and having nice and relaxing tea time. I had the dream of opening up Wedding Days and Tea Time about 10 years ago.”
Ruston Community Theatre and sponsor Irrigation-Mart are bringing “On Golden Pond” to the stage at 7 p.m. Wednesday -Friday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Dixie Center for the Arts. The play is written by Ernest Thompson and directed by Billy C. Chandler.
Joseph P. Fitzmorris, lovingly called J.P. by his friends, will be remembered for his love for family and his quirky zest for life.
Fitzmorris was one of two Navy crewmen who died in a Navy helicopter crash on July 19 in the small Middle Eastern country of Oman. The crash is still under investigation, though hostile activity is not suspected.
The former Ruston High School football player moved to Ruston his freshman year of high school and found friends and family in the halls of RHS.
On Saturday MedCamps of Louisiana will host its 19th Annual Fun Shoot Sporting Clay tournament at the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office Training Center and Public Range in West Monroe.
This year’s event is proudly sponsored by 1st Franklin Financial, Scott Powerline, Glenwood Regional Medical Center, Community Trust Bank, Marsala Beverage and Vantage Health Plan. This is a five-man team event and is open to shooters of all skill levels. There will be door prizes and a shotgun raffle. A lunch will be provided.