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Through June 2
International Paper will host a hiring fair for entry level operations Friday, May 27 8 a.m.-noon, May 31 from 3 -7 p.m. and June 2 from 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Apply online at http://IPWorksForMe.com

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June 2
The Parish Council will have a special called meeting to approve a proclamation ordering and calling a special election in Dist. 2 for a qualified candidate to fill the vacancy due to the resignation of Councilwoman Patsy Ward Hoover.
The meeting will be in the Parish Board Room, Courthouse, at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, June 2.
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June 3
Benefit fundraiser for Edward ‘Trey’ Smith June 3 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the VFW building (former Tin House). Smith and his family were injured in an automobile accident May 8. Proceeds go to expenses. Smoked chicken, glazed brisket, garlic mashed potatoes, baked beans, bread, cake and drink for $15.
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June 4
8 a.m.-Noon, Farmer’s Market, The Chicken or the Egg, Front Street

Motel 6

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June 4
Montgomery High School invites all graduates and friends to celebrate Saturday, June 4 at the MHS gum at 7 p.m. The 2020-2022 graduates will be honored. A banquet meal, presentation of scholarships, and music by DJ Doc Couty are on the agenda. For more information call Sharon at 646-3570
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June 5
8 a.m.: Join the Mayor’s Health and Fitness Council for a 3-mile bike ride. Free. Ride will begin an dend at the Eugene P. WAtson Memorial Librarry Parking lot at 911 University Parkway. Helmets are required. Onsite registration is from 7:30-8 a.m.. First 100 to register will get a free T-shirt
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June 6-10
Summer STEM Camp program for students in grades 4-8 at the NPL. Space exploration, robots and coding, drones. Yearlong STEAM program after school. Sessions at the Library and the NSU Dept. of Engineering and Technology. Register online. Limited spots available.
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June 6-10
Summer STEM Camp program for students in grades 4-8 at the NPL. Space exploration, robots and coding, drones. Yearlong STEAM program after school. Sessions at the Library and the NSU Dept. of Engineering and Technology. Register online. Limited spots available.

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June 7
A water aerobics class will be offered by Northwestern State University’s Office of Electronic and Continuing Education beginning Tuesday, June 7.
The 60-minute class will begin at 9:30 a.m. each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the Robert Wilson Recreation Complex through June 30. The fee for is $49. Additional sessions will be offered in July and August.
Using the unique properties of the water, this class provides a fun and challenging workout designed to increase your heart rate, strengthen muscles, increase flexibility, and enhance endurance. Water aerobics meets the demands of the most skilled movers and is gentle enough on the joints for those seeking a low impact alternative.

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June 13
8 a.m.: Light City Martial Arts Summer Camp, ages 5-12. Camps include dodgeball, nerf war, and challenge you. For more information or to register contact Light City Martial Arts at (318) 452-7345.

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June 17 -18
10 a.m., June 17 and 5-9 p.m. June 18: Juneteenth Celebration, Activities include basketball playoffs at 10 a..m. June 17 at the NJH gym and a Freedom Festival on the Cane Saturday, June 18 from 5-9 p.m. on the downtown riverbank featuring Tanner Holden, DJ Chris, On Point Band, fireworks and food trucks.

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June 23-25
9 a.m.: Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Nine events over three days. Free and ticketed events including Rockin’ River Fest Friday night, fireworks, Jr. Training camp at NSU, VIP tailgate party, bowling party in Alexandria, Roundtable lunch and ceremony Saturday. Visit www.LaSportsHall.com for more information.
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July 2
9 p.m.: Celebration on the Cane. Fireworks.

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This article published in the May 28, 2022, print edition. Call 318-352-3618 and ask for the ad department for advertising opportunities.