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Celebrating a ‘Timeless Tradition’

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Annual event draws more than 200 attendees
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Leader photo by BRIANA ARRINGTON- From left, are River Oaks students Avery Woodring, Emory-Cooper Leggett and Kady Rowley, who attended the Timeless Traditions movie and tea party hosted by Quota International on Saturday at the The Presbyterian Church of Ruston. Leggett gave her best friend Rowley (right) the American Doll she won in a raffle at the event.

More than 200 mom’s and daughters carried their dolls to a “Timeless Traditions” movie and tea party hosted by Ruston’s nonprofit group Quota International. During the event, 7-year-old Emory-Cooper Leggett decided to give the most coveted item of the day — a genuine American Girl Doll — away to her best friend, Kady Rowley.

“Kady always wanted one, and I already had Molly, so I gave her Saige,” Emory-Cooper said.

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