Lifestyle

Wed
11
May

Greer named Miss Battle of Pleasant Hill

The 2016 Miss Battle of Pleasant Hill pageant was held April 30 and Shelby Greer was crowned the Miss Battle of Pleasant Hill. Shelby is a student at Natchitoches Central High School and is the daughter of Jessie and Shannon Greer of Marthaville. Shelby also served as the 2014 Teen Miss Battle of Pleasant Hill. The Battle of Pleasant Hill Reenactment Committee is excited to have Shelby as their 2016 Queen.

 

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Wed
11
May

Abington named MidSouth Employee of Month

Valerie Abington was recently named the Employee of the Month by MidSouth Bank. Each Wednesday, she comes in to shred paper for MidSouth Bank of Alexandria.

 

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Wed
04
May

Many Lodge presents honesty, integrity awards

 

On April 19, the Many Masonic Lodge #411 presented Honesty and Integrity Awards to Hope Manasco and Charles Keagan LaFollette.Dr. Vernon Stephenson, Aaron Manasco, Kayla Manasco, Jeody Manasco, Hope Manasco, Eric Gossett, Patrice Gossett, Robin Brown, Charles Keagan La- Follette, Dr. Matt LaFollette, Amanda LaFollette, and David Miller.

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Wed
04
May

Seventh annual Cane River Music Festival

 

The Cane River region has a rich tradition of live musical performance. In honor of this tradition and the Centennial of the National Park Service the park will host the seventh Annual Cane River Music Festival at Oakland Plantation on May 14. This event is free to the public.

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Wed
27
Apr

4-H State Commodity Ambassador competitors earn ribbons at contest

The Sabine Parish State 4-H Commodity Ambassador contestants made a strong statement in Baton Rouge recently, as they participated in the state competition.

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Wed
27
Apr

VFW Post 4858 honors winners

VFW Post 4858 of Many recently awarded the Many Patriotism awards including: the Voice of Democracy award to first place to Hannah Lancaster; second place to Amanda Simmons; and third place to Tanner Rains. The Patriot Pen winners were first Baily Sandel who also place second in District 12; second, Macy Corley and third Thomas Parrie. The Americanism winners for category were first, Libby Pickett; and third Caymen Brooks. Category 2: Shaylee Glover; second, Amelia Fluitt; and third, Addy Martin.

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Wed
20
Apr

Carline donates 27 gallons of pop tabs for Nugent family

Kobin Nugent, his mother, Marissa Nugent and grandfather, Rett Nugent, of Fort Jesup will be traveling to Dallas, Texas where Kobin will be seen at Our Children’s House at Baylor by many different doctors. Kobin was recently diagnosed with Nonnan Syndrome, and may need to go under intensive feeding therapy. He is an active three-year-old who was born two months early, spending two months in the NICU.

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Wed
20
Apr

4-H cookery winners announced

A number of students put in a lot of hard work to participate in the recent 4-H cookery contest. Winners are MaKenna McElwee, ground beef participation winner; Emma Peace, ground beef first place; egg appetizer/salad participation winner, Nathan Jones; egg dessert winner Alex Bradley, second place; pecan appetizer/salad participation winner Nathan Jones; pecan dessert third place winner Navy Britt; Poultry first place winner Alison Garcia, seafood third place winner Natalie Odom with crawfish; and Tyler Gibbs won a participation award for shrimp.

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Wed
13
Apr

Vintage Belle offers clothing, home décor, accessories

Many’s newest boutique, Vintage Belle, located on North Capitol Street next to the old telephone office, officially opened its doors Thursday, April 8 at 12:15 p.m. with a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the Sabine Parish Chamber of Commerce. Owner Shelly Haigh has been doing business since March 8. It has always been her dream to open a clothing store. Just recently, everything seemed to fall in place and Vintage Belle became a reality.

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Wed
13
Apr

MidSouth Bank donates to 4-H Livestock Association

MidSouth Bank recently donated $800 to the Sabine Parish 4-H Livestock Association. Pictured from left are Regional Retail President Charlotte Miller, Banking Center Manager Robin Free, Grand Champion pig owner Sarah Kate Green, Many High School Ag teacher Darrell Simmons, and Community Outreach Development Specialist LaCarsha Babers.

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