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Zachary Veterans Day Activities Scheduled

Each Year the Zachary Community comes together to celebrate Veterans Day and honor the heroes that fought and made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. The Bank of Zachary Will Host their 5th Annual Veterans Day Flag-Raising on Monday, November 11, beginning at 7:30am. The flag will be raised in front of the Main Office located at 4743 Main Street in Zachary The Junior ROTC from Zachary High School will provide the Flag Detail. Patriotic music will be provided by elements of the Zachary

High School Band and Choir, under the direction of Band Director Jason Venable and Choir Director Jason Bowers. U. S. Army veteran and Baker Police Department patrolman Keith London will lead the Pledge of Allegiance. Officer London recently received his honorable discharge after service as a Combat Engineer with the 927th Sapper Unit of the Army National Guard. Remarks and benediction will be offered by U. S. Navy veteran and Lane Regional Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Ran-

dall M. Olson. Mr. Olson served 8 years of active and reserve duty, including a stint aboard the USS

Copper Mill Golf Course to be Aquired by Homeowners

The Homeowners Association of award-winning Copper Mill Golf Community today announced they have formed a definitive agreement to purchase the golf course from Ross Bruce, developer of Copper Mill. The acquisition will solidify Copper Mill’s position as one of Louisiana’s premier golf communities consistently ranked in “Golf Digest’s Top 10” in the state. “We take great pride in our community and award-winning golf course,” says James Maughan, president of Copper Mill’s homeowner association board. “The acquisition will ensure Copper Mill’s future and enable us to expand the course’s amenities with a full-featured clubhouse. We’re committed to providing an excellent golf experience, value to our residents, and a premier recreation destination in the Baton Rouge metro area.” Copper Mill Golf Club and Community was founded in 2004 in Zachary, Louisiana and has consistently been ranked in leading golf media as one of the state’s finest courses. Copper Mill is a “links-style” course reminiscent of those in Scotland featuring a unique combination of three Par 3s, three Par 4s and three Par 5s on each nine. The course, which features the native terrain of Louisiana, weaves it way through grasses, wetlands, and marshes. This

William Wood stationed in Athens, Greece. He retired from service in 1980 with the rank of Lieutenant Commander. Refreshments will be served following the ceremony. The public is invited. In addition, on Monday, November 11, Northwestern Middle School will present a Veterans Day program. They invite all veterans from the Zachary community and surrounding area to attend. The program will be presented at 3 different times, so the public can choose the time that is best for them to attend. The event will take place in the See Veterans Day on page 6

natural layout, coupled with over 50 strategically placed bunkers and water hazards on 13 of the holes, make the course a Louisiana masterpiece. “The strong partnership we’ve forged with the homeowners association has been instrumental in the negotiation of this acquisition,” adds Ross Bruce, founder and developer of Copper Mill. “The transition of ownership is extremely positive for the golfing community and I look forward to witnessing the course’s continued success.” Recently, Bruce disclosed to the Copper Mill homeowners his intent to close the course as of Jan. 1, 2014 due to financial constraints.

The acquisition will be finalized in the current quarter. All golf club memberships, tee-times, and course coupons will be honored under the new ownership. About Copper Mill Golf Community: Established in 2004, the Copper Mill Golf Community is located in Zachary, Louisiana, named in “Family Circle Magazine’s Top 10 Best Towns for Families,” just minutes away from downtown Baton Rouge. The championship, links-style, award-winning golf course is perennially listed in “Golf Digest’s” top ten courses in Louisiana and continues to garner positive reviews in the golf media.

Zachary Police Department to Establish DWI & Seatbelt Checkpoints

The Zachary Police Department has received a grant for about $39,000.00 from the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission that will be used to fund 1100 hours of manpower to enforce impaired driving, seat belt use and speeding. The program aims to reduce alcohol-related fatalities and underage drinking while increasing seat belt usage among drivers and passengers. Zachary will be conducting a DWI Check Point in the near future.


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ACS and Local Restaurants Team Up in November

Congratulations to Zachary Elementary October Star Students

During the month of November, American Cancer Society is teaming up with some of the local Zachary restaurants to show support in the community for the fight against cancer for the first ever Relay Restaurant Give Back. All you have to do is eat out on Tuesdays for lunch or dinner on designated days during the month of November and each restaurant will donate 10-20% (depending on the restaurant) of their proceeds of the entire day back to Relay for Life. Just make sure you mention Relay For Life when you order. Enjoy lunch or dinner at the following restaurants and support a great cause! November 5 - Cajun Catch November 12 - Chubby’s Pizza & Grill November 19 - Raising Cane’s November 26 - Cabba’s Steak Pictured Left to right: Back Row: Principal Dewey Davis, Carter Cornelius, Quen and Seafood

tin Marcks, Emmanuel Montgomery. Alissa O’Dell, Ethan Norred, Carson Dayton, Morgan Greene, Ms. Johnson. Middle Row: Neil Garcia, Gage Collins, Asha Warun, Gabrielle Chasse, Ivy Russell. Front Row: Claire Venable, Daylean Matthews, Camden Caulder, Brady Sanchez, Talyn Thomas, Not Pictured: Drake Mayfield and Kaiya Thompson

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Congratulations to Copper Mill Legendz Forming Girls Volleyball Club Sports Academy has announced that a Girls Volleyball Club Elementary October Star Students willLegendz be starting in Zachary for players born on or after Sept. 1, 2000.

Tryouts for the team are set for Sunday, Nov. 17, at the Zachary High School gym beginning at 3 p.m. Anyone who may be interested in learning more about this Legendz program or to request information, please e-mail info@legendzsportsacademy. org or call Lisa at 1-985-778-6482.

New Thrift Store Open in Zachary

Kendrick Allen, Abigail Bridges, Kayla Butler, Madison Butler, Brandon Castillo,Amya Clark, Amaiyha Collier, Alexis Conachen, Kayla Crump, Luke Dubee, Anna Dupre, Teryn Garcia, Christian Gibbs, Timothy Graves, Jordan Green, Jada Gresham, Madison Guillory, Zaid Hantash, Konner Harborth, Chandler Hastings, Kate Higgins, Pedro Johnson, Destinee Lee, Shelby Lott, Elizabeth Norred, Chad Norris, Kennedy Parker, Caitlyn Powell, Hannah Rigdon, Miu Sims, Anna Staid, Michelle Tran, Amanda Viola, D’Mikal Walker, Isaiah Washington, Raelyn White, Kelly Wiley, Deniya Williams, Talia Wilson, and BreylinWrights

The Funky Junky, a new thrift store located at 3897 Hwy 19 in Zachary (next to the Holiday Inn Express), is now open. The store will feature many items for sale such as clothing, vintage items, collectibles, kitchen items, and baby items. The Funky Junky also has a large selection of athletic clothing and designer jeans. The Funky Junky is owned by Robert and Heather English. The couple have been residents of Zachary for almost 2 years, moving here from Florida. They have two children, Sydney and Bishop, both are Legendz baseball players. “I have never lived in a place like Zachary where the community completely supports itself,” says Heather. “The goal that I have with the store is Zachary helping Zachary.” Food barrels are available for do-

nations to the Zachary Food Bank. Anyone bringing in a non-perishable canned food item will get 10% off their purchase. “I wanted to open the kind of thrift store that I enjoy shopping in, especially a kid-friendly one. Kids are always welcome at my store. I have a special playroom that is safe for kids to play in while mom shops,” says Heather. Donations can be dropped off at the store anytime. If donated items cannot be sold, there will be a dumpster for recycling on site so that no item goes to waste. Store hours are Monday-Friday 9:30am-5:30pm and Saturday 8:00am-4:00pm. For more information about the store or dropping off donations, please call (225) 301-3907.

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Lane Announces New Moms’ Hope: A Pregnancy & Postpartum Support Group Lane Regional Medical Center is introducing New Mom’s Hope, a new monthly support group to provide encouragement, education, and support for mothers-to-be & new moms who are having emotional difficulty related to childbirth.

Are you feeling sad or depressed? Do you feel more irritable or angry with those around you? Are you having difficulty bonding with your baby? Do you feel anxious or panicky? Are you having problems with eating or sleeping? Are you having upsetting thoughts that you can’t get out of your mind? Do you feel as if you are “out of Dana Vicellio control” or “going crazy”? Do you feel like you never should have become a mother? Are you worried that you might hurt your baby or yourself? Area Coordinator for Postpartum Support International, Dana LeYou are not alone! Tard Vicellio. Dana personally experienced, Join Lane on the Thursday, No- and overcame, the most serious vember 14, from 7 -8:30 p.m., in form of postpartum illness that the Staff Development Classroom happens to 1-2 women in 1000 at Lane Regional Medical Center who give birth. in Zachary, 6300 Main Street, Zachary. For more information, please This FREE support group will call 658-4587. be led by local Licensed Professional Counselor and Louisiana

Fall Family Fair Supports Lane RMC Foundation Join Lane Regional Medical Center for the first annual Fall Family Fair on Wednesday November 13 thru Sunday, November 17, at Zachary Youth Park, 1650 Mt Pleasant Rd, in Zachary. The Fair will feature midway rides and games for all ages. Proceeds from the Fall Family Fair will benefit LaneRMC Foundation’s Cancer Services project - the new state-of-the-art Radiation Oncology Center set to open on Lane’s campus in 2014. Fall Family Fair Hours of Operation: Wed, Nov 13 5-10 p.m. Opening Ceremonies, 5 p.m. Thurs, Nov 14 5-10 p.m. Fri, Nov 15 5 – 11 p.m. Sat, Nov 16

12 – 11 p.m. Sun, Nov 17 12-5 p.m. Pastalaya Cookoff, Noon, $5 per bowl proceeds benefitting LaneRMC Foundation and American Cancer Services The Fall Family Fair is sponsored by NBC33, Fox 44 and Superior Ford. The Zachary Post nad Feliciana Explorer are proud media sponsors. For more details, please call the LaneRMC Foundation, (225)6586699.

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Cub Scout Troop 72 Holds Rain Gutter Regatta Campout Cub Scout Troop 72 of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church recently conducted their first campout of the year to coincide with the Rain Gutter Regatta Boat race. Participants camped out at the Georgia Pacific Pavilion behind Port Hudson National Cemetery.


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NMS Auditorium at 5200 E. Central Ave. Parking will be available for guests near the auditorium. Admission is free. The first performance will begin at 7:45 a.m., the second will begin at 9:40 a.m., and the third performance will begin at 1:00 p.m. Visitors who plan to attend should enter through the front auditorium doors and take time to look at our exhibits there. Refreshments will be served for the guests following each performance. History of Veterans Day World War I – known at the time as “The Great War” - officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles outside the town of Versailles, France. However, fighting ceased seven months earlier when an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. For that reason, November 11, 1918, is generally regarded as the end of “the war to end all wars.” In November 1919, President Wilson proclaimed November 11 as the first commemoration of Armistice Day with the following words: “To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity

it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of the nations…” The original concept for the celebration was for a day observed with parades and public meetings and a brief suspension of business beginning at 11:00 a.m. The United States Congress officially recognized the end of World War I when it passed a concurrent resolution on June 4, 1926, with these words: Whereas the 11th of November 1918, marked the cessation of the most destructive, sanguinary, and far reaching war in human annals and the resumption by the people of the United States of peaceful relations with other nations, which we hope may never again be severed, and Whereas it is fitting that the recurring anniversary of this date should be commemorated with thanksgiving and prayer and exercises designed to perpetuate peace through good will and mutual understanding between nations; and Whereas the legislatures of twenty-seven of our States have already declared November 11 to be a legal holiday: Therefore be it Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), that the President of the United States is requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the officials to display the flag of the United States on all Government buildings on November 11 and inviting the people of the United States to observe the day in schools and churches, or other suitable places, with appropriate ceremonies of friendly relations with all other peoples.

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Georgia Pacific Bucket Brigade Aids Area Fire Departments

The Baker Fire Department and Slaughter Volunteer Fire Department will receive urgently needed Turn Out Gear including helmets and gloves under the Georgia-Pacific Bucket Brigade™ grant program. The Georgia-Pacific Port Hudson Operations will present the fire units with their checks for $5,000 each to purchase the equipment on October 28. “It is with great pleasure that we accept this grant from Georgia Pacific for our department. Georgia Pacific has been and always will be an asset to our community extending their helping hand not only to our organization but many more throughout Louisiana. We will use this money wisely and will always be forever grateful,” commented Danny L. Edwards, Baker Fire Chief. “It is critical that our firefighters have the equipment needed to provide the best service possible to our community. We are very thankful for this grant, which helps us keep our firefighters safe and allows us to place more firefighters in service, thereby increasing the protection to our community,” remarked Jimbo Noland, Slaughter Volunteer Fire Department Fire Chief. A record 55 fire departments will receive Georgia-Pacific Bucket Brigade grants this year totaling $270,000, the largest amount since the program began in 2006. The program has now surpassed the $1.25 million mark in cash grants to fire departments that serve Georgia-Pacific’s facility communities across the country. “We’re proud to have the oppor-

tunity to meet the significant needs by our local community fire department,” said Keith Wahoske of Georgia-Pacific’s Port Hudson Operations. “The Georgia-Pacific Bucket Brigade grants allow first-responders to better ensure the safety and security of the people in our communities, including our employees.” The grants, generally ranging from $1,000 to $10,000, are based on need and are funded by the Georgia-Pacific Foundation and local Georgia-Pacific facilities. This year’s program applicants requested funds to replace items such as worn out protective clothing, cracked helmets, aging hoses and nozzles, and hand-held radios – essential equipment that will help keep firefighters safer and make their jobs easier. The National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) says about 70 percent of the more than one million U.S. firefighters are volunteers. Georgia-Pacific has partnered with the NVFC since 2008 to increase awareness about the grant program. Georgia-Pacific also gives all grant applicants free NVFC memberships, which provides access to tools, resources, programs and advocacy for first-responders across the nation. “The NVFC is pleased to partner with Georgia-Pacific, which has donated nearly $1.5 million in grants, fire safety educational materials and memberships to local volunteer firstresponder communities,” said Heather Schafer, NVFC’s executive director. “This support goes a long way in helping departments protect the communities they serve.”

From left to right: Baker Fire Department Public Information Officer Howard Ward, Baker Assistant Fire Chief John “Bubbi” Champayne, Baker Assistant Fire Public Education Cathy Page, Baker Fire Chief.Danny Edwards. Georgia-Pacific Vice President of Operations Keith Wahoske, Slaughter Fire Chief Jimbo Noland, Slaughter Assistant to the Fire Chief Krysten Darsey, Slaughter Battalion Chief Camron Thompson, Slaughter Firefighter Todd Haddox, Slaughter Captain Thomas Simon, Slaughter Firefighter Scott Thompson.

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The Zachary Food Bank Needs Our Help...So its Time to Pack the Pantry

Zachary Community Food Bank Drive will be held throughout the month of November. The City of Zachary, Zachary Community Schools, Zachary Men’s Club, Rotary Club of Zachary, Legendz Sports Academy and area business will all ban together to help feed the needy. Donations will remain in our local food pantry and will benefit families in our community. A gumbo sale will be held on Friday, November 15 in the City of

Zachary Parking Lot with tickets available for $5. 100% of the proceeds of the sale will go directly to the Zachary Community Food Pantry. Paul Mier of Chris’ Specialty Meats and Cajun Catch, along with his team will be on location cooking the gumbo. In addition to the gumbo sale, students in Zachary Community Schools will be competing to see who can collect the most canned goods. Donations will be delivered

to the food pantry pod located at the City of Zachary Parking Lot. Residents are also encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to the PODS container on Friday, November 15th, from 8am – 2pm. The Zachary Fire Department will be visiting elementary schools in their fire trucks, prior to the day of the drive collecting can goods. The group is still accepting sponsors. If you are interested in sponsoring the event, contact Sharon

Phillips at 654-0287. With the funds raised through events such as these, the Zachary Community Food Pantry is able to provide much needed food for the hungry in our area. The new pantry, located at 5640 Rollins Road officially opened this June, marking the 25th Anniversary that the Zachary Food Pantry has been in existence. The pantry is staffed by 32 dedicated volunteer workers who serve 374 families a month in our community.

Owners of four stylish and distinct West Feliciana private homes – two modern, two historic – will open their doors to visitors during the Friends Of The West Feliciana Parish Library - Christmas in the Country 2013 Tour of Homes. The event showcases architecture and interior design in a quartet of dwellings set in the rolling Feliciana hills and in downtown St. Francisville. The home tour, set for Sunday, December 8 from noon till 5 p.m., is part of the parish’s popular Christmas celebration on the first weekend of December. Last year’s Tour of Homes was the most popular yet, and organizers expect this season’s crowds to be even bigger. The day begins at 11 a.m. with an optional jazz brunch at the Bluffs Resort Clubhouse, 14233 Sunrise Way, featuring trumpet player John Gray. (The jazz

brunch must be purchased separately.) Doors to the private homes open at noon. The tour trail takes visitors on the following itinerary: Home of Betsy & Christophe Levasseur. Built in 2012, this sprawling Acadian-style country house, designed by architect Mark Matthews, features extensive use of reclaimed hardwood on floors and beams throughout. The mantel over the fireplace is a hand-hewn railroad trestle. Home of Coco & David Treppendahl. In 2003, the Treppendahls bought this beautiful, sanctuarylike property and turned a tractor barn into a refined-rustic design jewel. The pole-beam house, called Dellamata by its owners, retains the original tin roof, but has taken on cypress board and batten siding. Working from her own artistic conception, architect Coco Treppendahl – whose studio

is on the premises -- built Dellabut graceful incline to a hollow below. Home of Anna Macedo. Wellknown area artist Anna Macedo recently moved into this Ferdinand Street home, which doubles as her studio. Owned by Peggy Sanders and Sue Catchings, the house was originally built as a two-room cottage in the mid-1800s. The current owners made significant additions in the 1970s. Macedo’s quirky eye for detail is well-known from her work in Country Roads magazine, so visitors are sure to enjoy an insider’s look at the environment she’s created. St. Francisville’s wonderful main-street shops – along Ferdinand, Commerce, and Royal Streets -- will be bursting with Christmas cheer, so guests won’t want to miss all they have to offer as they pass by on their way to the next destination.

Visitors are invited to cap off their day at the Bluffs Clubhouse with coffee, dessert, and shopping at the Boughs Of Holly Boutique, a seasonal pop-up shop featuring the work of local artists and artisans. There will be Christmas music and decorations at the Bluffs chapel, and, back at the Clubhouse, a special 4:30 p.m. drawing that will award valuable prizes to tour ticketholders (must be present to win). Tour tickets are $20 per person, with proceeds going to Friends Of The West Feliciana Parish Library. Advance tickets may be purchased online at or in person at the West Feliciana Parish Library. On the day of the tour, tickets will be available at the Bluffs Clubhouse or at homes on the tour. For more information, contact Pat Heurtin at 225-7842731 or

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Calendar of Events ZHS Drama Presents its first Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night’s Dream November 7 @ 7pm & November 9 @ 2 pm ZHS VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Tickets: $10 The Zachary High School Library is having a bookfair on Friday, November 22 and Saturday, November 23. ANYTHING you buy at Barnes and Noble on those two days can count towards our bookfair IF and ONLY IF you say ZACHARY BOOKFAIR at the register. Saturday, there will be events all day, including clubs gift wrapping Barnes and Noble items, storytimes and the middle school show choir performing at 11 A.M. You can also support us by shopping online from from 11/22 to 11/28 and enter Bookfair ID 11210044 at checkout. For more information, please call Desiree Alexander at 225-6587381 or email at desiree.alexander@ RAFFLE YETI 50 QUART COOLER Donated by Zachary Lumber ($450 value)To assist with extensive Medical Expenses for Pamela Jones Sciacchitano $5.00 each!!! Drawing to be held December 1, 2013 You do not have to be present to WIN! Pick your tickets up in Zachary at Zachary Lumber & Hardware, Shear Image, Nouveau Coiffure, or Sports4Life, and in Jackson at Thompson Creek Sporting Goods or contact Stacy at 225-278-3817 for tickets or make a donation. First Annual Zachary Gleaux Run to be held at Americana Development

on November 30, 2013 Zachary is preparing for it’s first ever Gleaux Run, happening Saturday, Nov. 30 at 6 pm, along the streets of the new Americana development! Athletes, individuals, kids of all ages, businesses and companies are invited to get gleauxing, form a team and participate in the 5K Fun Run/Walk. Sign-up is now available at www.imathlete/events/ zacharygleauxrun. Teams must have a minimum of six people to participate but can have an unlimited amount to join, and be sure to getcreative as prizes will be awarded to the fastest male and fastest female racer, as well as the individual and team with the most festive glow items and best neon clothes. Participants are asked to get creative, but keep it clean! All finishers will receive a one of a kind glow in the dark medal. The first 100 registrants will receive a long sleeve race t-shirt. There will be Gleaux Stations for photographs under a black light and an after party featuring food, drinks, giveaways and a DJ. Zachary’s first annual Gleaux Run benefits the Zachary Chamber of Commerce, with a portion of the proceeds going to create and maintain walking paths and biking trails throughout the city of Zachary. The 3.1 mile course is open to runners, walkers, joggers, strollers, wagons and bikes--just make sure everything has lights or glow materials. Zachary’s first ever Gleaux Run is a family-friendly event and open to all. The starting line will have corrals for each group so that runners can line up easily in the front. Spectators are encouraged to get in the spirit and glow too! All spectators are welcome to the after party and along the run/ walk route. The race begins at 6 p.m. On-site day of the race registration starts at 4:30 pm. For Gleaux Run updates be sure to visit Facebook and “Like” www.facebook. com/ZacharyGleauxRun.

There’s something to do every day in the Zachary area. From choir performances and rodeos to Main Street markets and special library programming for children, this area is rich in cultural and social activities. If you have an event you would like the public to know about, send and email to Space allowing, your event will be included for free in the Event Calendar section.

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