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Rebecca Godwin

Posted: Friday, April 19, 2013 12:10 pm

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Heading to the Finish Line

Patrick Patterson, 7, of Denham Springs, helps 2-year-old Patrick Toney reach the finish line in the 5-and-under competition in the bicycle rodeo sponsored by Pelican State Credit Union at Abundant Life Church.

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The Waltons at Christ Community

Among those enjoying free popcorn, snowballs and other goodies at the Christ Community Church Back to School celebration were, on the left: Elizebeth Walton and Thomas Walton. On the right, from back to front, are Madelyn Jones, 13, Jaelison Walton, 5 and Emma Cline, 10.

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Additional COA parking

Pictured is part of the new parking lot located behind the Livingston Council on Aging building in Denham Springs. There will be 70 parking places that will be wide enough for seniors when they exit vehicles using walkers. When this project is finished, work will start by mid August on the expansion of the building. This will expand the building out 30’ and still keeping the 75’ width. The site will use the additional space for recreation and meeting rooms. Also, the Livingston Council on Aging is now partnering with the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank to give all seniors who attend any of the meal sites fruits, bread and vegetables on the second Friday of each month.

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