FYI/Events

Farmerville
Wins Clean

Contest Again

Mayor Stein Baughman

was notified Monday by

representatives of the

Louisiana Garden Club

Federation that it had won its

division in the organization’s

“Cleanest City Contest.”

It marks the sixth straight

year the town has won the

statewide crown in Division

E. More news about the

award will be published

next week.

Summer
Programs

Applications are being

accepted for the 21st

CCLC Summer Programs

for students currently in

grades Pre-K through grade

six and attend Union Parish

Elementary, UP Sixth Grade

Center and Union Christian

Academy. Applications are

available at the central office

and are due by May 6, 2016.

Summer classes will be held

from 7:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Breakfast and lunch will

be served. Please call Ms.

Debra James at 368.9715

with any questions you.

Museum Seeks
Items From

Veterans

The Union Museum of

History and Art is asking

local veterans and veterans’

families to loan materials

for the upcoming exhibit,

“Honoring Our Heroes: A

Tribute to Union Parish

Veterans.” Display items and

photographs can be brought

to the museum May 9-12,

from 1 to 4 p.m. The Union

Museum is located at 116 N.

Main Street, Farmerville, in

the Chamber of Commerce

building.

Benefit Funds
A special account has

been set up for Farmerville

Board of Alderman member

Lavelle Maine, who has been

diagnosed with cancer.

The account number is

20605602 at Origin Bank.

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A special account has

been set up for Nastochia

Morgan, who recently

had open-heart surgery.

The account number is

20600112 at Origin Bank.