Jessica Lewis, Executive Director of Joe LeBlanc Food Pantry, left, and Mike Trainor, Food Drive Chairman of the Minden Evening Lions Club Mike Trainor, right, congratulate and thank MBL Bank, represented by Tracy Campbell, Vice President of Business Development and Technology, for collecting the most food during this year’s Christmas food drive. Lions Club officials also thanked Brookshire’s, Capital One Bank, Citizens National Bank, Gibsland Bank and Trust, Regions and Richland State Bank for participating. They say combined efforts from the community allowed them to feed 48 families for Christmas. All items collected were donated to the Joe LeBlanc Food Pantry.
Lions Club Christmas food drive a success
The Farm of Cultural Crossroads hosted a Student Gallery on September 24 to showcase the artwork of students in Jennifer Heard’s Art at the Farm
Members of the Minden Lions Club recently dedicated their second eyeglasses recycling drop-off box in the city. This box is located between Burke’s and Tractor
Just over one-third of Louisiana students attending public high schools perform on grade level, yet we’re told 70 percent of their schools are rated “A”
(The Center Square) – A group of 21 state attorneys general have written a letter to the CEOs of three credit card companies that questions