Archive for October, 2011

LSUA Foundation Scholarship Gala to Benefit Students

Posted October 2011

The LSUA Foundation is pleased to invite the Central Louisiana community to support the second annual LSUA Foundation Scholarship Gala on Saturday evening, November 5th at the Alexandria Riverfront Center.   This year’s event will feature guest speaker John Maginnis, LA Political entertainer, and the music of Irma Thomas, Soul Queen of New Orleans. The […]

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October 2011 Picture Page

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CASA Volunteer Frank Elliott

Posted October 2011

Francis “Frank” Elliott has been a faithful CASA volunteer since 2003. During his time with Rapides CASA, he has traveled any distance required to see the children he was appointed to, to ensure that they have a voice in court. Frank was a classroom teacher for twelve years, an elementary principal for thirteen years and […]

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Finding Help

Posted October 2011

Now is the time that many families begin trying to figure out how they are going to pay for their child’s college tuition that will be due in the next year or two. Articles in the July and August, 2011 issues of Registered Rep magazine and the August, 2011 issue of Financial Planning magazine provide […]

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The 3rd Annual Zombie Walk

Posted October 2011

It’s that time of the year again, leaves are falling, pumpkins are on every front porch and zombies are everywhere!  Saturday, October 22nd will mark the 3rd Annual Zombie Walk of Alexandria, presented to you by The Cenla Zombies Association.   According to Wikipedia, a zombie walk is an organized public gathering of people who dress […]

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Saving the TaTa’s

Posted October 2011

My aunt, the youngest of five children, baby sister to my mother and one of the coolest people I know died of breast cancer when she was in her fifties.  The best way to describe her was an adventurer.  For many years, she worked for an airline and traveled every opportunity to she had.  She […]

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Cenla Native Announced as 2011-12 Saintsation Cheerleader

Posted October 2011

When the World Champion Saints go marching into the dome, one fortunate local woman, Maggie DeWitt, daughter of Bobby and Lisa DeWitt, will be in that number. Maggie excelled in three areas of competition to win one of the coveted 32 spots on the prestigious team. In addition to advanced technical dance skills, applicants were […]

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Langenstein Chicken

Posted October 2011

The Avoyelles Commission of Tourism Art and Cookbook Festival 2011cookbook will honor Dr. Carlos Smith, retired Avoyelles County Agent (and all-around good guy), who is so much a part of the life of the 4-H and County Agent’s Office, as well as Avoyelles Tourism (we share the same building). We hope to honor Carlos by […]

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