Taking part in the St. Mary Community Action Agency Head Start coat and supply drive are, from left: Jalisa Stewart; Monica Harding; Delores Stewart; Baldwin Mayor Donna Lancelin; the Rev. Carl Lewis, pastor of Triumph Baptist Church of Franklin; Almetra J. Franklin, St.Mary CAA CEO and Head Start administrator; Franklin Mayor Raymond Harris Jr.; and Eugene Foulcard, St.Mary CAA finance director and city councilman.
The St. Mary Community Action Agency hopes to expand a successful Head Start school supply drive into a successful coat drive, too.
St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert reported the following arrests:
Members of the St.
These prize checks won’t cover expenses – which included extensive chiropractic care between the Tour de la Rivière Rouge and Tour du Teche for (from left) Chris Champion, Phil Bowden, Heather Harrison Bobby Smart, and Wendell Smith – but they’re appreciated nonetheless. Between the two races, team Riverfitness won a total of $4,700. _ (Photo by Sandy Goynes Yonley)
Paddlers earning cash prizes in Tour du Teche 135, the ultramarathon canoe/kayak race finishing in Berwick Sunday, Oct.
October is Head Start Awareness Month, a milestone for a program that began as a summer activity in 1965 and has evolved into a premier early childhood program, having served over 32 million childr
Christmas under the Lampposts is set for Dec. 5 and will feature four choirs that will sing for half an hour each, beginning at 7 p.m.
October is Fire Prevention Month.
Franklin Fire Chief Chuck Bourgeois pointed out that 85 percent of all fire fatalities occur in residences not protected by a smoke detector.