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PRESORT STD US POSTAGE PAID ZACHARY, LA PERMIT NO. 6

In This Issue

Zachary Celebrates Christmas Season ............... 1 Voting for Hometown Heroes Has Begun ........... 1 Letter to the Editor .............................................. 2 Parade and Open House Pictures ....................... 3-5 Milestones ........................................................... 6-8 City & Community ..............................................9-10 Classifieds .......................................................... 11 Holiday Church Services .................................... 12

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Zachary Post • Tuesday, December 18, 2012 • Vol. 7, No. 51 • Published Weekly • Circulation 16,000 • zacharypost.com © 2012

Zachary Celebrates Christmas Season

Saturday afternoon the City of Zachary’s annual Christmas Parade and Open House attracted thousands of people to town for a taste of the Christmas season. The celebration began with the 100+ parade float procession from LeBlanc’s Supermarket eastward to Hwy 19. When the parade ended, the Open House began with the masses enjoying free food and crafts. The evening culminated with the Christmas classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” being shown in the Historic Village on a big screen. Congratulations to the 2012 Zachary Christmas Parade winners: Best Marching- Fitness Design for Women “Duck Dynasty” Best Riding- Cooper Vet Angels Among Us “Batteries not included” Best Float- Zachary Cub Scout Pack 46 “Wilderness” Best Display of Theme - Zachary United Methodist Church “Flintstones” Honorable Mentions - Georgia–Pacific’s Brawny Air Cannon and Krispy Kreme’s throws were a huge hit with the crowd!

Voting Has Begun, Public Invited to Choose 2012 Hometown Hero

This past September, the Zachary Post and Feliciana Explorer family of newspapers accepted nominations from the public for the 2012 Home-

town Heroes award. This week, online voting has begun and you may now vote for the hero that most in-

spires you. The competition, in its inaugural year, was conceived to honor individuals whose generosity and selflessness seems to know no limits, who work while others are sleeping, and who stand up when others stand down. Staff at the Post and the Explorer were so pleased to receive so many nominations, yet overwhelmed with the difficult task of narrowing down the field of deserving nominees to five finalists. Guided by the criteria for nomi-

nation, staff chose Jonathan Loveall of Clinton, Shirley Sibley of Jackson, Mary Bellcase of Zachary, Ann Holland of Clinton, and Sharon Phenald of Zachary as the five Hometown Heroes finalists. Starting November 13, the stories of these five individuals’ good works were published in print and online over the course of five weeks. With the final story published last week, voting has now commenced online at www.zacharypost.com or www.felicianaexplorer.com. You may vote once for the hero that most inspires you. Voting will take place over the

course of four weeks, starting Monday, December 17, 2012 and ending Friday, January 11, 2013. The winner will be awarded $500 to be donated to the charitable organization of his or her choice. For those requiring a refresher, the finalists’ stories can all be read online. Alternately, you may wait to read their stories in the January 1, 2013 issue of the paper where they will be reprinted collectively. We hope that you will take some time out from the hustle and bustle of the season to recognize our most inspiring givers by voting for your favorite Hometown Hero.


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Letter to the Editor This is no new fangled cemetery with a lot of bells and whistles. It is still a simple country cemetery where men with shovels dig a grave inch by inch foot by foot just like they did nearly a century ago. There are no websites, FaceBook or MySpace pages. The average age of the remaining board members is 72 years old. They have provided a needed service for over a century, space to be buried in. Nearly a century ago the Black people of Zachary, Louisiana got together and organized a grave yard where their loved ones could be buried together with dignity. They did this during a time when there were few cars and most people got around by foot, wagon, horse, buggy. This grave yard serviced the black people of Zachary through the great depression, floods, and hurricanes. Many people left Zachary for work, marriage, war some returned after death to be buried in Zachary Public Cemetery. At some point it was realized that the Zachary Public Cemetery was the least expensive in the parish. Black Funeral Homes in Baton Rouge and the surrounding areas tried to help families of the uninsured by referring them to Zachary. Most recently outside forces have flown into our area accusing Zachary Public Cemetery of untrue things. They have captured the media with wild unfounded stories. They have petitioned the city from hotel rooms and posted on the web to bash a bunch of old men who have never

done anything but good and stood for nothing but right. There are bodies sitting in funerals homes right now because the families left behind do not have the money to bury them. Zachary Public Cemetery sent a letter out in November stating they are not accepting any more bodies at this time because of the insults, threats, name calling, harassing phone calls and general ugliness heaped up on them. A former Zachary resident said it best, “We need to be ashamed of ourselves because we as a people have come to the place where our family members die and we will not visit the grave. We will not go out and purchase a headstone in a timely manner. It’s a disgrace.” The funeral home places a little metal marker that will last a few months. There were so many unmarked graves in Zachary Public Cemetery that they started hand making wood markers with the deceased name on it and sent a letter to all the Funeral Homes which send bodies to them to let families know they were not responsible for markers or headstones. Zachary Public Cemetery is not required to make markers to put on the graves by law or by contract. Permanent headstones and grave markers are the family’s responsibility. Next door to Zachary Public Cemetery there is another cemetery. There are no wooden markers. There are a few confederate flags, flat grave markers, cement headstones, marble but no cemetery

markers made in wood. Why not? Because those people value their dead and the proof is in the headstones. They are not all fancy but they are all there. By contrast Zachary Public Cemetery started marking graves with wooden plaques because there were so many graves with no markers, no identification. Not just because of hurricane Katrina, Gustav and Isaac but because the family had never purchased one. Nobody called the press out when the first handmade, wooden marker was erected at no cost. Nobody gave Zachary Public Cemetery a pat on the back or shouted hurray for doing something right which they are not required by contract or by law to do. Zachary public does not have a grant or the backing of a monument company, it was established by people of character who knew right and wrong and valued truth. It was founded and stands on its reputation of a century of doing more with less. Stephanie Anthony, Baton Rouge Client Council

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P.O. Box 1637 Zachary, LA 70791

Phone (225) 654-0122 Fax (225) 208-1165 Email stories and photos to info@zacharypost.com Published Tuesdays 52 weeks a year

Publisher Daniel Duggan Associate Publisher Theresa Dold Payment Editor / Production Manager Nalini Raghavan Gore Account Executive Georgiana Walls Christmas Cookie Planner Calla Duggan Drumstick Eating Champion Chandler Duggan Nature’s Alarm Clock Cecelia Duggan

Letters to the Editor are un-edited submissions to the Zachary Post newspaper. Letters to the Editor may be submitted for publication at info@zacharypost.com. Submissions will be printed in the next issue of the Post, space allowing. Deadline for submission is by 5:00 p.m. the Friday before Tuesday publication. No anonymous letters will be accepted.

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Milestones

Births • Engagements • Weddings • Awards Obituaries • Anniversaries • Reunions BIRTHS

Ryden Lee White

Hunter Dwayne Bigner

Andy and Emiley Ingram White are proud to announce the birth of their son, Ryden Lee White born Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at 2:11a.m. at Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge. Ryden weighed 8lbs and 7oz. Ryden is the third grandson of David and Charlotte Ingram of Zachary and the first grandchild of Reene White of Baker. Ryden is the great grandson of Henry and Jerry Nettles of St. Francisville and Edward Lee and Catherine Ingram of Zachary, La.

Josh and Crystal (Zeringue) Bigner and big brother Landon Bigner welcome home their new hunting buddy, Hunter Dwayne Bigner. Hunter was born on December 5, 2012. Proud grandparents are Sherman and Kay Bigner of Centreville,  Jessie and Wanda Edwards of Zachary, and Ernest Zeringue Jr and Phyllis Zeringue of Walker. Great grandparents are Margie Zeringue of Prairieville and Wayne and Pansy Blanchard of Gonzales and the late C.W. and Irene Cavin, Clifton and Addie Spillman, Ernest Zeringue, and John and Dorothy Bigner. Special Thanks to Dr. Laurie Whitaker and Dr. Shawn Kleinpeter, her staff, and the staff at Women’s Hospital for such good care.

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Births • Engagements • Weddings • Awards Obituaries • Anniversaries • Reunions

SUCCESSFUL HUNT

Fresina Harvests Rare Doe

Kyle Gordon Bags a Stag It’s not often that teens in Louisiana are able to experience a stag such as this, so it will be quite some time before this seventeen year old forgets his. Kyle Gordon took this beautiful 360-pound red stag on Wednesday, December 5 in Zachary. Pictured here are Kyle and his dog Reese who was thrilled with the kill too!

Tony Fresina killed the deer of a lifetime. Though she may not have horns, this Piebald doe is pretty rare.

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After talking to a biologist, Fresina and his wife found out that Piebald is a genetic mutation that only effects 1 percent of the entire deer population. Most people go an entire lifetime without seeing one of these in the wild much less make a shot to harvest one. Fresina shot the 205 pound eight point the morning of November 30, 2012. He killed the Piebald doe we nicknamed “Spotty” the following morning. They were both shot in Wilkinson County, Miss. The doe is currently at the taxidermist being preserved in a full body mount.

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Milestones Gorman DAISY Recipient

Paul and Marci Esch and her brother, Corey Bueche, were all finishers of the Ironman Florida Triathlon that was held on November 3, 2012 in Panama City Beach, Fl. The triathlon consisted of a 2.4 mile swim in the Gulf, 112 mile bike ride and a 26.1 mile run with a 17 hour time limit. The trio trained together for months, and all came in separately under the 17 hours. Family members and friends make the trip with them to be there waiting at the finish line. This was Paul’s second Ironman and Corey and Marci’s first. Congratulations goes out to them for a job well done!!

Births • Engagements • Weddings • Awards Obituaries • Anniversaries • Reunions

ACHIEVEMENTS

Fourteen nurses at Lane RMC were nominated by patients, family members, physicians and colleagues for The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. Lane’s DAISY Award Honoree for the first half of 2012 is Debbie Gorman, RN. Debbie is a graduate of LSU-E in Eunice. She has been employed at Lane for five years and currently works in the intermediate care and intensive care units. Debbie is a native of Ville Platte, and now resides in Central with her husband Richard. She has three children, three step-children, six grandchildren, and is expecting a granddaughter in March 2013. In her spare time, Debbie loves gardening. She is a member of Greenwell Springs Baptist Church and a volunteer instructor at Lane’s

annual “Keep the Beat” CPR training event. The other 13 nurses nominated for The DAISY Award include: Cathy Anderson, LPN; Sheila Barrett, RN; Will Boston, RN; Jonelle Ducote, RN; Elizabeth Duhon, RN; Kristie Edwards, LPN; Miriam Everett, RN; Tisha Partin, LPN; Paige Pedersen, RN; Cheryl Riles, RN; Susanne St. Clergy, RN; Richard Sullivan, RN; and Karen Williams, RN.

year award. Julie Odom, pictured here between Mrs. Cassard and Ms. Thomas, is the daughter of Kelly and Jim Odom. Julie is a competition cheerleader with ZCA and a Beta Club member. She also participates on the jump rope team, Fleur de Feet, and Julie Odom, fifth graddances at Molly Meyer at Copper Mill Elemeners Dance Academy. tary School in Zachary, received the student of the Sarah Holliday, president of Capital City Republican Women 2010-2012, was 2012 recipient of the Leadership and Courage Award from the members and officers of the organization.

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City & Community

65 Pounds of Prescriptions Molly Myers’ Dance Academy Opens New Location According to Chief of Police David McDavid, the Department’s prescription drop-off project, Operation Medicine Cabinet, was a huge success. Officers collected over 65 pounds of medication on one Saturday. “I would like to thank the Louisiana Chapter of Naddi and Georgia Pacific for their sponsorship of the program,” said McDavid.

Hadden and Kerry Hadden pictured here. Zachary Newcomers Club is open to membership from anyone who is five years or newer to the Zachary area. Also, January is amnesty month for anyone wishing to join the club who has been in the area over five years. Activities include monthly meetings at the liNewcomers Receive Holiday Welcome brary featuring guest speakers, CofZachary Newcomers Club’s De- fee Call, Book Club, Lunch Bunch, cember meeting was an ornament Bunco, Dining Out, Movie Outing, exchange, hosted at the home of Moms & Tots, Bridge, Golf and Beverly Clyde.  Some of the club’s Tennis. Contact Sylvia Wahoske for newest members were in attendance more details at 225-654-7247 or eincluding (l to r) Tina Winter,  Kate- mail sjwahoske@cox.net. lyn Davis, Kim Davis, Jennylee

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Molly Myers’ Dance Academy officially open up its newest expansion last Monday. Located in the former Anytime Fitness location at 6363 Main Street, the full service dance studio has grown to have more than 250 students and is now offering adult health and fitness classes in the 3000+ square foot facility. Hip Hop Hustle and PIYO Strength classes are now enrolling adults, and dance classes are enrolling for the spring semester. For more information on the classes being offered call 225-658-7430.

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City & Community

Cypress Bayou ExxonMobil Retirement Club held it’s annual Christmas lunch and election of officers including Butch Henderson, treasurer, Ronnie Smith, president, Milton Baker, vice president and Brenda Kirby, secretary. Thirty-seven members were present. It has been a long-standing tradition of the club to bring donations to the Louisiana Veterans Home in Jackson, La.; items were brought according to the home’s needs list.

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The Lane Regional Medical Center Auxiliary held its Christmas luncheon Friday, December 14 in the Academic Athletic Center at Zachary High School. Auxiliary VicePresident Pauline Rushing welcomed guests, including Lane Regional Chief Executive Officer Randy Olson; Chief Financial Officer Mark Anderson; Performance Improvement Officer Kathy Peairs; Marketing Coordinator Delores Sutton; Zachary Community School District Superintendent Scott Devillier; and Zachary High School Principal Wes Watts. Recognized as special guests were former long-time Auxiliary members Edith Goetzmann and Phyl Scruggs. After the luncheon, Auxiliary members held their annual Christmas gift exchange. Pictured in the above photo are (l to r): Bobbye McCutcheon, Mark Anderson, Mary Whittington, Lane CEO Randy Olson, President Pauline Rushing, Superintendent Scott Devillier, Principal Wes Watts, PIO Kathy Peairs, Brenda Fisher and Juanita Massey.


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Holiday Church Services Cookies at the Crossing December 23, 6 p.m. Join First Baptist Church on Sunday, December 23 for some Christmas fun at the Crossing. Attendees will enjoy the Christmas Story, caroling and delicious cookies. The Crossing is located directly in front of First Baptist Church at 4200 Main Street in Zachary. For more information visit www.fbcz.org. Kids’ Christmas Eve Service December 24, 4 p.m. Zachary United Methodist Church is dedicating an entire Christmas Eve service open to all children, and their families, of the community. On Monday, December 24, this childcentered service will explore the Birth of Christ through simple, yet engaging, messages, music and prayer. Open communion will also be offered for children and their parents. The Zachary United Methodist Church is located at 4205 Church Street in Zachary. For more information, contact Cyndi Hadden at chadden@zacharyumc.org or call 225-654-2389. Christmas Eve Candlelight Service December 24, 5:30 p.m. This special service, presented by the Zachary United Methodist Church, will offer hymns and candlelight will offer traditional bible readings, congregational singing, candle lighting, and open communion. Join us as we take a moment out of the busy holiday season to come together and remember the true meaning of

Christmas. Service begins at 5:30pm, Monday, December 24, at Zachary United Methodist Church, 4205 Church Street in Zachary. For more information, call 225-654-2389. Christmas Eve Memorial Service at St. John the Baptist | December 24, 5 p.m. Join First Baptist Church in Zachary for a special Candlelight and Lords Supper Service beginning at at 6 p.m. The church is located at 4727 McHugh Drive in Zachary and can be reached at 225-654-5778. Christmas Vigil Mass at St. John the Baptist | December 24, 6 p.m. & 10 p.m. St. John the Baptist Catholic Church will offer two special Christmas Eve masses at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. The church is located at 4727 McHugh Drive in Zachary and can be reached at 225-654-5778. Fellowship Church Zachary December 24, 5 p.m. The Christmas Eve service will be a wonderful time of music and a message on the birth of Christ. The celebration is open to the public and begins at 5 p.m. Fellowship Church is located at 1555 East Mt. Pleasant Road in Zachary (across from the Zachary Youth Park). For more information call 225-654-7989 or email info@ fellowshipchurchzachary.com. St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church

December 24, 6 p.m. Join St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church for the first communion service of Christmas. Christmas Carols will begin at 6 p.m. followed by a traditional candlelight mass at 6:30 p.m. All baptized Christians are invited to receive communion in the Episcopal church. Children welcome! St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church is located at 1322 Church Street in Zachary. Call 225-654-4091 for more information. Plains Presbyterian Church December 24, 6 p.m. The members of Plains Presbyterian Church will celebrate the season with a special Christmas Eve Service beginning at 6 p.m. Join them at 22929 Old Scenic Hwy. in Zachary. For more information call 225-654-2960. Grace Church of West Feliciana Parish | December 24, 4 p.m. Grace Church will hold Christmas Eve services at 4 p.m. A Christmas Pageant, Festive Celebration of the Birth of Christ, will follow at 7 p.m. Grace Chruch is located at 11621 Ferdinand Street, St. Francisville. For more info, call 225-635-4065 or visit www. gracechurchwfp.org. Christmas Day, December 25 10 a.m. Celebration of the Birth of Christ. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church | December 24, 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. and December 25 10:30 a.m. Christmas Vigil masses will be held

at 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. A Christmas Concert will start 30 minutes prior to each of the masses. Christmas Day services will be held at 10:30 a.m. The church is located at 11485 Ferdinand St. in Saint Francisville. For more info, call 225-635-3630 or visit www. felicianacatholic.org. Magnolia Full Gospel Baptist Church | December 25, 9 a.m. Magnolia Full Gospel Baptist will hold a Christmas Service at 9 a.m. on Christmas day. The church is located at 7910 Hwy. 61 in St. Francisville. For more info, call 225-635-5422.

Christmas Mass Celebration at St. John the Baptist December 25, 9 a.m. St. John the Baptist Catholic Church will have their Christmas Day Mass celebration at 9 a.m. The church is located at 4727 McHugh Drive in Zachary and can be reached at 225654-5778.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church | December 24, 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. and December 25 10:30 a.m. Christmas Vigil masses will be held at 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. A Christmas Concert will start 30 minutes prior to each of the masses. Christmas Day services will be held at 10:30 a.m. The church is located at 11485 Ferdinand St. in Saint Francisville. For more info, call 225-635-3630 or visit www. felicianacatholic.org.

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