The Mt. Olive Baptist Church of Grambling was honored to have Cheryl Sutton, art collector and guest curator of the “Acts of Faith” Art Exhibit at Grambling State University, help launch their Youth Departments’ Cultural Enrichment Initiative with words of encouragement to aspiring young artists and a guided tour of the exhibit. The young people were also privileged to visit an on-campus art studio and ask questions of two GSU professional artists at work.
Congressman Ralph Abraham, M.D., R-Alto, met with representatives from Louisiana Family, Career and Community Leaders of America at his office on July 8, to discuss the importance of technical education skills offered through the organization.
Students, teachers and parents from Ruston High School and Beau Chene High School attended the meeting with Dr. Abraham, including Louisiana FCCLA State Director and Ruston club adviser Kayla McGuire and Ruston student Madison Wooley.
Author Kathy B. Nelson announces the nationwide release of her new book, “5 Things,” where she shares fresh perspectives regarding the relationship between men and women.
Nelson said great relationships cannot depend on the changing preferences of surveys, trendy relationship experts and popular opinions. These preferences may teach people about their culture, but they have crippled men and women in relationships with their shallow rules, minimal expectations and flesh-driven requirements.