Cenla’s New Political Faces

Posted July 2015

July 2015 CoverIn the world of elections and politics, the only thing that is constant is change.  Over the past few years, Central Louisiana has welcomed several newly elected or appointed officials who have stepped forward to serve in the public square.  While some of these names are more familiar than others to public service, they are all serving or completing their first term in their current office.  As we prepare for a big election year ahead, we want to introduce you to a few of Cenla’s Newst Political faces representing the people of Cenla in Washington DC, Baton Rouge and in our local communities.

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River Oaks Sets Records This Summer

Posted July 2015

The summer is off to a good start after both Summer Arts Camp and Men Who Cook at River Oaks delivered record numbers this year. Summer Arts Camp was sold out again for the third year in a row and has proven to be one of the most successful art camps in the area. Men […]

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Conversation With the Bible, Part II

Posted July 2015

Last month, I offered a conversation with the Holy Scriptures in hopes that it would be helpful to those who are seeking a better understanding of a masterpiece that contains 66 books and spans hundreds of years.  The only problem is the fact that different people have different ideas about most of it.  Interpretations vary […]

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Paragon Casino Resort Hosts 12th Annual La Cuisine de la Louisiane

Posted July 2015

Paragon Casino Resort will host the 12th annual La Cuisine de la Louisiane, a culinary fundraiser to be held in the Mari Showroom on Sunday, July 26th from 5:30pm to 8:00pm. This year’s event will benefit three area non-profits—Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.) Cenla Chapter, LARC’s Acadian Village in Lafayette and The Avoyelles Society for […]

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Parenting Challenges of a Strong-Willed Child

Posted July 2015

We have all heard of the “strong-willed child” and many of you likely have a strong-willed child in your family. These children are characterized by an intense need to do things by themselves. They may voice their opinions frequently and have a hard time being flexible. Often times, these children may be quite intellectually curious, […]

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Freedom

Posted July 2015

In his month of July, where we celebrate a declaration of independence from a tyrannical government, we should give thanks for life in a country where we are free to live where we want to, speak what we want to and worship where we want to. As we grow older, if we want to live […]

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Louisiana Guard Soldier, Mom Named Ms. LSUA

Posted July 2015

“It’s kind of a unique experience being in two different arenas, and it’s been an amazing journey,” said Sgt. Autumn Mitchell, an engineer in the Louisiana National Guard’s 225th Engineer Brigade.  Mitchell, a 25-year-old mother of two from Pineville, had never entered a pageant competition before being chosen as Ms. LSU Alexandria 2015, which comes […]

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