Lincoln Parish resident, magician and story teller, Bill Cox, right, was recently recognized by the Ruston Lions Club for his lifetime of service to the community. Ruston Lions Club First Vice President Alan Brown, left, makes the presentation.
On Saturday, with start and finish at The Park at Squire Creek Country Club, the 5/55 Challenge will be an opportunity for young and older athletes to be challenged and to test their endurance.
This event is taking place thanks to North Central Louisiana Fellowship of Christian Athletes and MedCamps of Louisiana, with assistance from Piney Hills Cyclists and sponsorship from local and regional businesses — the major sponsors being, CenturyLink Security Systems, Reflections and First National Bank. All proceed will go toward the growth and continued development of the local FCA and MedCamps.
The Grambling Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., hosted a one-mile health walk to raise awareness of Lupus, a chronic auto-immune disease, for which there is no known cure. Holding the flag, from left to right, are Brianna Stewart, TeAir Douglas, Brianna Polley and Monique Williams.
The walk was held on May 30, beginning at New Rocky Valley Baptist Church in Grambling. There were approximately 50 volunteers who participated in this event.