Archive for May, 2011

May 2011 Picture Page

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16th Annual Pow Wow Celebration

Posted May 2011

Native American dancers and artisans from across the nation will gather for the 16th annual Pow Wow celebration at the Chief Joseph “Alcide” Pierite Pow Wow Grounds on the Tunica-Biloxi Reservation in Marksville from May 20th through 22nd. The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana and Paragon Casino Resort will host the cultural festivities, filled with authentic […]

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Red River Jazz Band to Perform at Coughlin-Saunders

Posted May 2011

The Red River Jazz Band will be performing at the Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center, on Sunday, June 5th at 2:00pm. The 2011 USO show will give a special salute to our troops, by featuring a video slideshow for our local veterans of all ages. This is part of our commemoration to the active and retired […]

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Roscoe and Sue Bolton

Posted May 2011

To those that know him, Roscoe Bolton embodies the Rotarian’s best-known motto, “Service above self.” At 98 years old, Bolton, a Rotary member since 1935, was recently honored as being the “oldest active Rotarian” in the world. He and Sue Bolton, his wife of 25 years and an honorary Rotarian, are active in the Alexandria […]

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CASA Volunteer Barbara Barham

Posted May 2011

Barbara Barham has been a CASA volunteer since February of 2005.  To date, she has advocated for twenty four children in a total of thirteen cases.  Her compassion and dedication are a shining illustration of what it takes to be a true advocate for children. Barbara is a retired educator. This experience drives her to […]

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Are You the One?

Posted May 2011

Each of us was put here to make the world a better place than when we arrived in it.  We are made to give back in some fashion to our communities, help those that need help, and teach our children how to help others.  But, our lives have become so crazy busy and we get […]

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Passwords and POA’s

Posted May 2011

If you became incapacitated, would your spouse or immediate caretaker know how to access your computer bill paying sites, your on-line banking information, e-mails and other digital information that require a password to implement? If the answer is no, then you may have a problem. Trying to manage your affairs without the keys to your […]

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3D Movies and 3D Television on the Rise

Posted May 2011

It seems that more and more movies and now television are going 3D.  In the real world, we see in three dimensions all of the time.  We perceive objects relative to their size and distance and relation to other objects.  A standard TV or movie screen is a flat, two dimensional surface.  It takes some […]

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Fresh Berry Sauce

Posted May 2011

May is the perfect time for finding the most luscious, ripe berries to buy or to pick. Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and dewberries are perfect in May. Try this wonderful Berry Sauce recipe, and see if you can make perfect berries even better. This recipe makes six cups, so freeze some for later, and enjoy a […]

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The Art of Being Wrong

Posted May 2011

The other day, I heard a preacher say that all of us are sinners and have fallen short of the glory of God.  He echoed the words of Paul’s letter to the Romans (3:32).  If that’s true—and it probably is—then we might as well do it right.  In other words, we have a right to […]

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