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Jul 24th

Glenbrook excels in Knight’s contest

Glenbrook excels in Knight’s contest

The Bossier City Knights of Columbus recently awarded first and second prizes to students at Glenbrook School who participated in the patriotic essay contest "What Does A Free And Strong America Mean To Me?" The competition is open to all 7th and 8th grade students in the state of Louisiana.

Jenni Nguyen, an 8th grader, won $100 from the Bossier City Monsignor Chenevert Assembly, a Fourth Degree Council, of the Knights of Columbus. Sir Knight David Bodden, former Faithful Navigator (President) and now Patriotic Essay Chairman, personally made the presentation to Jenni. Sir Knight Calvin Joiner, District Marshall of the Diocese of Shreveport Fourth Degree Knights, encompassing 16 northern civic parishes, presented Jenni with a check for $200 from the Diocese.

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Homemakers Club meets

The Webster Homemakers Council Meeting was held on April 25 at the LSU Extension Office. The Evergreen Club was the host of Florence Goyanes, Evergreen Club members serve...

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Yesterday and Tomorrow’s Antiques opens

Yesterday and Tomorrow’s Antiques opens

Downtown welcomed a new business last week during the grand opening of Yesterday and Tomorrow’s Antiques, which is located at 517 Main Street in Minden. Pattie Odom- down...

Katherine’s Fruit Salad

This past Memorial Weekend holds exceptional new memories for me. My two nieces from the San Antonia, Texas area, Kay Koster and Karen Maxfield and my daughter Carol from...

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Farmer's Market continues Saturday

Farmer's Market continues Saturday
Minden’s Farmer’s Market continues to sell a variety of groceries and other products Saturday mornings from 7 a.m. until noon.
 
“All of our produce is locally grown and th...

Last Updated ( May 31, 2013 )

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