Talent, we’ve heard, comes in all forms. In the case of Lincoln Parish, the amount of talent we are blessed with in our own neighborhood is tremendous.
In fact, some of that local talent will be showcased in several events coming up this week.
To begin, Grambling State University will present “State of Mississippi and the Face of Emmett Till” by Mamie Till Mobley and David Barr III beginning at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Floyd L. Sandal Theatre, located in the Conrad Hutchinson Performing Arts Center.
Time with our loved ones is a precious commodity that not everyone is afforded, and because we at the Ruston Daily Leader understand that extra time is difficult to come by we do our best to keep the community informed of upcoming events.
These events could be just a stroll through the local farmers market or an exciting dance session at a local festival.
If either of those, or something in between, sounds like fun, then get ready for an exciting few days.
Elementary students have taking something sour and are making it sweet thanks to a new Lemonade Day project initiated by Lincoln ACHIEVE and the Ruston Lincoln Chamber of Commerce.
Students from Ruston, Cypress Springs, Glen View and Hillcrest Elementary Advanced Learning Academies have been learning valuable lessons in money management — something many of us probably wish we had when we were young.