Leader photo by T. SCOTT BOATRIGHT
Top: New Habitat homeowner Lou Moss (left) shares a hug with Lincoln Parish Habitat for Humanity President Nancy Bergeron. Bottom Left: Around 50 university students, Habitat for Humanity members and community residents came out Saturday to see the new Habitat for Humanity home. Bottom Right: Homeowner Lou Moss takes a moment to talk to Tech senior architecture student Alex Chapman during Saturday’s open house ceremony.
The hug said it all.
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On Jan. 12, Dean Norton, Ellis Norris and John Tom James were elected to serve a three-year term on the Vestry of the Church of the Redeemer. Kay Gilley was elected to serve the 2 year unexpired term of Steve Napper.
Children who have already started keeping an eye out for reindeer might look a little closer to home on Tuesday as Santa chugs into town on the 12th Annual Kansas City Southern Holiday Express train.
This six-car train features a walk-thru exhibit, where residents can examine the smiling tank car “Rudy,” a flatcar carrying Santa’s sleigh, reindeer and a miniature village; a gingerbread boxcar; the elves’ workshop; the reindeer stable and a little red caboose. The train, which is free and open to the public, will be open from 4-8 p.m.