Archive for December, 2016

The New Money

Posted December 2016

I recently read an article in the November, 2016 “True Wealth” newsletter that predicted the end of credit cards and cash as we know it. It was way above my pay grade, so I asked someone with a lot more knowledge about these things to review it and give me an opinion. This young man […]

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Chilly Temperatures Pose Increased Risk of Fire

Posted December 2016

While this is the time of year when Louisianans begin to receive a much-welcomed reprieve from the steamy, suffocating heat and humidity of summer, cooler temperatures also bring an increased risk of fires from improperly managed heating sources. “As a state that has its share of prolonged warm weather,” says State Fire Marshal H. “Butch” […]

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Focus on the Fort: Brian Sylvester

Posted December 2016

There once was a boy from Breaux Bridge whose mother asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up. When he answered, “a basketball player,” she bought a basketball, a goal and made it happen. That began the story of Brian Sylvester’s basketball career. At 6’8” tall, he is no longer a little […]

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Christmas Across Cenla

Posted December 2016

It’s the season of merriment, deck the halls, jingle bells and homemade cookies. It’s Christmas in Cenla, the time of the year where wonder, magic and awe intertwine. Central Louisiana residents are making plans with family and friends alike as they prepare to celebrate the holiday. In our region, there is a plethora of celebrations […]

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December 2016 Calendar

Posted December 2016

Arts Ongoing-December: Arts & Healthcare, Inc. Exhibits. Arts & Healthcare, Inc. will feature the pencil drawings of Keith Lacour in the Cabrini Gallery for Reflection and Healing. Keith’s amazingly detailed art will be up for the entire month of December. The Cabrini Gallery is located in the Cabrini Outpatient Center (1st floor across from Radiology). […]

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