In 2010 the Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners Association awarded a portion of $20,000 to five worthy Community Gardening Projects. These projects have all been either fully completed, or are in final stages of implementation. The NWLA Master Gardeners Association is happy to announce that another $20,000 will be awarded to worthy Community Gardening Projects who:
Keep the Arts Afloat is underway for the North Central Louisiana Arts Council.
This is an annual campaign that raises operating support for NCLAC.
For more than 25 years, NCLAC has been providing summer art camps for younger children, working with our older students to supplement the arts in our regional schools and colleges, and promoting our artists in galleries and local businesses to help stimulate the economy through the arts in our area.
We accept 250 donations of $100, and then draw one donor’s name to win $5,000 at the Peach Art Exhibit reception this summer on June 21.
Natchitoches — As an approved Supplemental Course Academy provider, the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts Virtual School offers 48 online high school and Advanced Placement courses to any middle and high school student in Louisiana for high school credit. Courses may be taken through the SCA allocation program or registered for privately.
Charlie Edwards from the Ruston Lions Club installs the Simsboro Lions Club 2011-12 officers. Pictured, left to right, are Charlie Edwards, Fred Phillips, Robyn Franklin, Club President Ellis Norris, Jay Murphy, Keith Canterbury, Steve Yeich and Zana Durrett.