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Finalizing Purchase of Sacred Items Cancer Survivor Offers Grace, Brings

Syracuse, founded in 1891. The church remained active until The Diocese of Syracuse in 2009 closed the Holy Trinity parish, merged it with a nearby parish and put the Holy Trinity building up for sale. Last year, Father Bayhi and his building committee contacted the Diocese of Syracuse to purchase the property and bring the windows, some furniture and the sacred objects to Zachary to re-purpose them into a new sanctuary to be built along La. 64, on the northeast corner of the current St. John the Baptist Church campus. “We received permission to buy the church so that we could save and repurpose all the beautiful, sacred elements in our new church,” said Father Bayhi. “The Syracuse church was built by German imThe above altar is among the numerous sacred items migrants who made a trebeing purchased. mendous sacrifice to have those windows installed, by Theresa Dold Payment so in deference and honor to them, After months of uncertainty, the we knew we would keep their names members of St. John the Baptist displayed at our church.” Catholic Church in Zachary have fiHowever, the purchase was nally received resolution to the pur- quickly halted when The Diocese of chase of items from a vacant church Syracuse along with Father Bayhi in Syracuse, N.Y. According to Fa- learned that the sanctuary had been ther Jeffery Bahyi, an agreement has designated a historical landmark and been reached to purchase numerous The Preservation Association of Censacred items from the sanctuary but tral New York and the local Syracuse sadly, the 22 beautiful stained-g;lass Landmark Preservation Board both windows that have been the center opposed the purchase and wanted to of an ongoing controversy over the save the building with windows inbuilding’s historic “protected site” tact for their community. designation are not part of the deal. The Syracuse Diocese’s attorney, St. John the Baptist Catholic Andrew Leja, argued in a November Church is planning to build a new 19 planning commission meeting 8,000 s.f., $5.3 million sanctuary that the city was violating the federal that is to be highlighted by beautiful Religious Land Use and Institutionstained-glass windows. The windows alized Persons Act of 2000, which are still installed in another sanctuary, See SACRED page 2 the Holy Trinity Catholic Church, in

Tears To Prayer Breakfast Guests

By Theresa Dold Payment

On Saturday, April 6, more than 110 individuals attended the annual Cancer Survivor Prayer Breakfast, receiving more than eggs and coffee during the moving program. According to event chair Cherie Gravios, this was the largest event to-date in its seven year existence. This year’s program, called “Amazing Graces,” focused on the graces survivors have received or that God can offer during and after cancer. The morning began with prayer and blessing by Father Jeff Bayhi and was followed by a breathtaking performance of Amazing Grace by Roby Wax. Dr. Les Colvin, associate pastor of First Baptist Church, shared the shattering experience he and his family have endured over the past year when their 5-year-old granddaughter Ava was diagnosed with leukemia. His daughter, Kim Snuggs, traveled from Birmingham, Ala. with Ava and her oldest daughter Allie to share their journey. Through tears, sobs and moments of silence, Kim’s story touched everyone at the breakfast as she recounted the steps from the day she learned her daughter had leukemia to their day-to-day life at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Frank Ragsdale shared his survivor story and offered information on the upcoming oncology center being built as a partnership between Lane and BR

General. Dr. Greg Davis, senior pastor of Zachary United Methodist Church, offered the closing prayer. The breakfast was closed with a reminder to attend the Zachary/Baker Relay for Life on April 19. There is still time to join a team if interested. The event will be held at the BREC Park on Old Scenic Hwy. and a shuttle will offer parking at LeBlanc’s parking lot and transportation to the BREC Park and back. For more details on the event or to join a team, visit www. relayforlife.org/zacharybakerla. More details will follow in the April 16 edition of the Zachary Post. The committee would like to thank the cooks: Jason Fendlason, Reggie Dykes and Charlie Dupont as well as this year’s sponsors: Jack Burk Allstate Insurance, Lane RMC, Zachary Rotary Club, Dr. Sal Lusco and First Baptist Church Zachary. Due to the generous support of these sponsors, cancer survivors and their guests attended at no charge.

(Top): Kim Snuggs and her daughter Ava explain the beads the children receive at Birmingham Children’s Hospital to document treatments. (Above): Associate Pastor of First Baptist Church, Dr. Les Colvin (far right) and his wife DeLisa (far left) are thankful for the grace from God through their journey with their daughter Kim (center) and granddaughters Allie (left) and Ava.


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Four ZHS Art Students Chosen for BR Gallery Exhibit

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By Theresa Dold Payment

On April 3, the Baton Rouge Gallery opened its doors for a reception featuring its annual REAL-LIFE EXPERIENCE Juried High School Exhibition. Art fans were able to view over 40 works of original art from East Baton Rouge public and private high school students. This exhibition spotlighted the work of local high school students, showcasing their talents as well as the importance of arts education. Both the positive effects of arts education on young students and the efforts of the educators who challenge their students were highlighted. Four students from Zachary High School, along with 36 others, were accepted to show their work in this adjudicated exhibit. They were selected from a group of over 150 entries. Madison Petty was one of four finalists nominated for the Julie Dufour Richardson and Paul A. Dufour Scholarship with her piece “Diriamba.” Hope Yantis’s “The Wash,” Brianna Square’s “Crawfish Boil” and Calyn Knight’s “Ignite” will also be on display through April 25 at the gallery, located at 1515 Dalrymple Dr. Admission is free.

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says a government cannot—without a compelling reason—implement a land-use regulation that imposes a substantial burden on a church’s exercise of religion. The church’s exercise of religion, the Syracuse parish claimed, is repurposing the windows into another church and the burden is the enormous costs of maintaining a vacant, deteriorating building. According to Syracuse.com, planning commission member Linda Henley said she did not see a denial of the request to remove the windows

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(Top left): Madison Petty; (top right): Hope Yantis; (bottom left): Calyn Knight; (bottom, right): Brianna Square.

as an infringement on the parish’s mission. Removing them would not be in the best interest of neighborhood, she said. Diocese officials and preservationists agree the building is deteriorating and suffering interior damage because the roof leaks, but a permit to remove the windows was denied by the Landmark Preservation Board. As of March 2013, an agreement was made to move forward without the windows. “We have other avenues where we can explore to obtain windows such as these,” stated Bayhi. “The church in Syracuse was absolutely magnificent, but it’s falling down and I don’t know what will happen. The water damage is very

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visible walking through the church.” Although Diocese officials and preservationists agreed that the building is deteriorating, the final decision was that sacred items could be purchased, but the 22 windows must remain intact. An agreement was made contrary to prior statements that without the windows, there would be no purchase. “It is sad that the windows did not come with the church, but it was a process that we have to respect made by the Planning Board of the City of Syracuse,” added Bayhi. As far as windows for the church in Zachary, Bayhi stated that he and the planning committee are currently looking at two different vendors who

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manufactured the same windows in the Syracuse church. Items from the Syracuse sanctuary that will be brought to the new church in Zachary include 9 ft. tall Stations of the Cross along with a list of beautiful and unique, traditional Catholic faith elements.

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The Zachary Colts Finish Fourth Wrestling Season

The 2013 Zachary Colts Wrestling Club just concluded its fourth season. This year, the Colts fielded 16 wrestlers competing in various tournaments across southern Louisiana, including New Orleans, Sulphur and Lafayette. The Zachary Colts’ season began with the Greater BR Open which was hosted at Zachary High School on February 23 where more than 600 wrestlers participated. The Colts finished the season with 10 wrestlers

competing in the Louisiana State Tournament. Wrestler Lee Shaffers finished 1st place in his weight class and will be competing in the National Competition to be held in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The wrestling club is a member of USA wrestling and competes annually in folkstyle type wrestling; it is open to boys ages 7-15 For more information on the Zachary Colts Wrestling Club, email mark.moreau@zacharyschools.org.

(L to r): Coaches: Justin Serrett, Nick Wallis, Brian Meche, Sal Denova, Brandon Deshotel and Nick Maxey (not pictured). Wrestlers: Ian Denova, Nikolas Kesler, Shermar Molden, Kennan Tate, Jaylon London, Jacob Wallis, Danyon Brasseaux, Jeffrey Davis, Austin Blackburn, Luis Williams, Payton Wicker, Garrett Brasseaux, Lee Shaffers and William Duncan (not pictured).

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BREC Recreation Summer Day Camp Various park locations 225-272-9200 www.brec.org

goal is for your camper to have fun while learning more about Jesus and having a relationship with Him. We seek to create a resident camp atmosphere within our Day Camp Program where we focus on activities and games that create a sense of community which enable our campers to make new friends and guide them to grow in their relationship with Jesus. Activities include: archery, riflery, canoeing, paddle boats, climbing wall, swimming, field games, bible study, worship, and much more. Camp sessions are 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Extended day is available.

about interactive learning fun! Campers will participate in hands-on, creative learning under the direction of experienced educators. This camp focuses on exposing children to various learning techniques that can be used in multiple subject areas. Field trips are taken at the end of the week Hours: 8 a.m.–3 p.m. (before and after care is available).

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June 3–July 26, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. BREC camps offer a different theme each week that provides opportunities to participate in various age-appropriate activities. Children experience games, field trips, sports, build friendships and have fun during the summer months. From recreation and theatre to animals and science, there is a camp for children of all ages and interests. Extended hours available. • Ages 6–12 • Cost is $85 per week, per child ($102 out of parish) • www.brec.org

• Grades 1–6 • $125 per week • Register online

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I Heart Summer Camp 3160 Highway 19, Zachary Brittney Perry 225-658-5105 justlikehometoo@yahoo.com www.justlikehometoo.net

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In Loving Arms Camp for Medically Fragile Children 5675 Lancaster Ave., Baton Rouge Renita Williams Thomas or Melinae Jackson 225-359-9777 RNcaringforkids@gmail.com May 27–August 9 This camp will be filled with fun activities geared to children who have health deficits. Field trips, visits to the library, visits to water parks, etc. In Loving Arms is a pediatric day health center providing skilled nursing care to children with special health needs. Care is provided by medical professionals. Transportation to and from

• Ages 3–12 • Free to medically fragile children • To register, please phone the camp at 225-359-9777 or 225-978-4192 for a phone intake. Appointments will be scheduled to complete paperwork after verification of eligibility.

Louisiana Lions Summer Camp 292 L. Beauford Dr., Anacoco, La Francoise Ratard 225-654-6325 francoiseratard@att.net www.lionscamp.org June 2–8: one-week session for youth with pulmonary disorders, ages 5-15. These applications will be assigned by the LPDCI, Lions Camp Pelican) June 16–22: session for the mentally challenged, ages 8-19 July 14–20: session for youth with diabetes, ages 9–11 (all diabetes camp applications will be assigned by the American Diabetes Association) July 21–27: session for diabetic youth, ages 11–14 (all diabetes camp applications will be assigned by the American Diabetes Association)


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July 7 –19: session for visual, hearing and orthopedically impaired youth, ages 7–19

24–28 for children ages 5–10. Twin Lakes provides a fun, safe environment grounded in Biblical teaching, which serve as the theme each week. The excellent staff genuinely cares for campers. Activities include horseback riding, a challenge course, waterfront, leather crafts and more. Camps are co-ed.

and ice skating, are designed to encourage an active lifestyle. Your child will be supervised by highly trained, caring and responsible camp leaders.

Children enjoy a full range of activities including swimming, arts and crafts, archery, gun safety, all sports and nature lore. The summer of 2013 marks the beginning of the 56th year of operation of the Louisiana Lions Camp. To date over 22,190 children have attended the camp. • No cost • All requests for registration in summer camp are handled locally by Lions members. Each applicant requires Lion sponsorship. Registration forms can be downloaded from the camp website or by contacting any Zachary Lions Club member or by calling the Zachary Lions Club secretary at 225-6546325.

Twin Lakes Day/Residential Camps 155 Milner Rd., Florance, MS 601-845-6858 www.twinlakescamp.org June 3–July 20 There are five sessions for residential camps for children ages 6–12 and day camps are June 17–21 and June

• Ages 5-10 • Cost is $515 • Register online

West Feliciana Summer Day Camp 10226 West Feliciana Parkway and WF Middle School Gym Megan Andrews 225-784-8447 parks.rec@wfparish.org www.wfprec.com West Feliciana’s Summer Day Camp will be all new this year. It is an eightweek recreational program with lots of travel and learning. It is designed to give children a fun, active and diverse experience, while being in a safe environment. Camp activities include excursions outside of the normal field trips, daily games, rotations, cooking activities and much more. Our minor excursions, such as laser tag, bowling

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Special Interest Camps Arts Council Summer Art Camps 225-344-8558 www.artsbr.org

Special Interest Camps May 28–July 3 Experience both visual and performing arts in these fun-filled summer sessions with the Arts Council of Baton Rouge. The sessions introduce children to the art and culture of a specific continent. Classes are taught by professional teaching artists and mediums range from watercolor and sculpting to dance and theatre. All classes will be held at the Dufrocq School and there are 3 sessions to choose from in addition to a teen session. • Cost if $342–$442 • Ages 6–12; teen session is 13 and up • Register online for all sessions

Bennett’s Ski Camps 18605 Barnett Rd., Zachary Jay Bennett 225-654-9306 www.skibennetts.com Year-round Summer camp programs are offered for all abilities, beginners to advanced. All programs are fully supervised and all instructors are certified. Bennett’s is also home to the largest


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Special Interest Camps store in the state for water sports accessories. (Co-ed) Bennett’s Water Ski and Wake Board Camps are held at 18605 Barnett Road, Zachary. • All ages and skill levels welcome • Costs vary on weeks registered • Register online

BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo 3601 Thomas Rd., Baker 225-775-3877 www.brzoo.org 10 sessions available May 27–August 2; 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Children ages 5–13 can spend summer break “hanging” with the animals. Zoo Camps are a great way to learn what being a naturalist is all about. Ages and themes vary by week. Each week is different so children can enjoy multiple weeks at the zoo. Early drop off at 7:30 a.m. and late pick up until 5:30 - no additional fee. • Ages 5-13 • Cost is $110/week per child ($132 for out-of-parish) • Register online “Dig into Reading” Summer Reading Audubon Regional Libraries: Jackson, Clinton and Greensburg Branch es and bookmobile Mary Lindsey 225-683-4290 c1ar@state.lib.la.us www.youseemore.com/Audubon/calendar

Special Interest Camps May 1–30: Registration for summer reading at all branches June and July Clinton: Grades 1–4 on Mondays; grades 5–7, varies Greensburg: Grades 1–4 on Monday and grades 5–7 on Fridays Jackson Branch: every Monday is Story Time and Crafts from 10 a.m.– noon • Grades pre-K–12 • To register, come to the library and sign up; parent or guardian needs to provide consent for a library card. “It’s Sew Fun” Sewing Classes Silliman Institute Elementary Building, Clinton Karen Day 225-721-2168 Karen@fivedays2dogs.com Learn basic sewing skills, for example sewing a button, hand stitching, reading, cutting and sewing a pattern and basic machine operation. All supplies are included. Space is limited. Session 1: Pillowcase dress/top –– June 4 and 6 from 9–11:30 a.m. Session 2: Skirt –– June 18 and 20 from 1-3:30 p.m. Session 3: Several small projects –– July 9 and 11 from 9-11:30 a.m. Session 4: Pillowcase dress/top –– July 23 and 25 from 1-3:30 p.m. • Grades 4 and up • Cost is $60 per session; 10% discount for two or more classes • Registration instructions: Preregis-

Special Interest Camps tration is required to ensure adequate supplies. Participants do not have to bring a sewing machine. This is not a school-sponsored event.

MPact Cooking Camp 4200 Main St., Zachary Stanley Mearse 225-654.-755 fbcz@fbcz.org www.fbcz.org July 22–26; 1 p.m.–4 p.m. - Completed grades 4–6 July 22–26, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. - Completed grades 1–3 July 29–Aug. 2, 1 p.m.–4 p.m. - Completed grades 1–6 Mpact Children’s Ministry of First Baptist Church Zachary will host a cooking camp for area children. • For children who have completed grades 1–6 • Cost is $35 for preregistration or $40 on first day of camp • A registration form is available online at www.fbcz.org/children. There are only 20 spots available; pre-registration is recommended.

Mpact Drama Camp 4200 Main St., Zachary Stanley Mearse 225-654-2755 fbcz@fbcz.org www.fbcz.org

Special Interest Camps tist Church will host a drama camp for area children. • For children who have completed grades K–6 • Cost is $35 for preregistration or $40 on first day of camp • A registration form is available online at www.fbcz.org/children..

Music Tree Summer 4833 Church St., Zachary Dr. Thais Perkins 225-654-1271 musictreeprep@gmail.com www.musictreeprep.com June 3–July 26 School of Rock: learn to form a band; for aspiring jazz and rock musicians Seedlings: a preschool music class– singing, rhythm, melody, fun! Fiddle and Violin Classes: a range of classes for preschoolers, beginning violinists, and the more experienced player Voice Class: for middle and high school singers Piano Class: for beginning pianists Dates and times for classes vary; more than one session is available for some offerings. The number of spaces available for each class is limited. Private lessons are available during the summer session. • Classes available for a variety of age groups • Cost is $150 per class • Registration forms and specific class dates and times can be found on the website.

July 29–Aug. 2, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. Mpact Children’s Ministry of First Bap-

Summer 2013 Arts Blast This summer CSA is offering children ages 6-12 a camp to experience the visual and performing arts of fairy tale classics, infamous figures in history and scoundrels! Classes are taught by professional teaching artists. Mediums range from watercolor and sculpting to dance and theatre. All sessions will be held at The Dufrocq School. 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Extended day until 5:30 p.m. Session I/Monsters & Fairies May 28 - June 7 $342/$432

Session III/Toads & Tiaras June 24 – July 3 $342/$432 (extended day)

Session II/Pirates & Mermaids June 10 - 21 $380/$480

There is a non-refundable $15 registration fee per session.

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Participants will be immersed in a curriculum of drawing, painting and mixed media in addition to field trips to nearby museums to enhance their knowledge of art and their art projects. Ages 13 and older • July 8 – 12 • 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Limited Spots. • $200 (includes supplies, museum fees & snacks); $15 reg. fee

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Special Interest Camps The Next Step Performing Arts Center - Summer Dance Session 5810 Main Street Suite 1, Zachary Christine Granier 225-362-1886 thenextstep.pac@gmail.com www.TNSdance.webs.com The 6-week class sessions will be held the weeks of June 3, 10, 17 and July 8, 15, 22 Dance, baton twirling and Kindergym classes • Ages 2.5 years and up • Cost varies depending on the class • Registration begins April 1. Register online, by mailing in your workshop application, by visiting the Main St. location or by contacting the Center by mail or phone.

Paint N Punch Summer Camp 4257 Church St., Suite 104, Zachary Joy Petty 225-570-8353 Camp will be held June 24-28 and July 22–26 from 9--noon at Joie Petite Designs Gallery and Studio located at 4257 Church St., Suite 104.

Special Interest Camps • Ages 6 and up • Cost is $150 per child • Call to register 225-570-8353

Summer Swim Lessons Spectrum Fitness 326 Church St., Zachary Stephanie Waters 225-654-3800 judy@spectrumfitness.com www.spectrumfitness.com Lessons run weekly beginning April 22 Swim lessons in graded groups. Not just for children! Classes run Monday–Friday. Call the gym for dates and times! • Ages 3 and up • Cost: $95 for 5-day session • Registration instructions: Drop by the gym for swim waivers and to sign up.

“Tools of the Table” Etiquette Class Silliman Institute, Clinton Donna Long or Karen Day 225-654-0403 donna@mylongacres.com

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June 11 and June 13 for 2 hours each day In the class, children will master the proper use of all eating implements, learn proper dining skills, practice the art of conversation in a social setting and experience a tea.

cialized Goalkeeper camp is available during the week of June 3.

• Grades 2–6 • Cost is $50 • Call or email for more information or to register your child.

Sports & Fitness Camps BR Soccer Association 142 Lobdell Ave., Baton Rouge 225-266-9134 www.brsa.org May 27–July 12 The camp aim is to help develop players’ individual skills through learning exercises that utilize functional training games to teach individual techniques, skills and tactics through creative and motivating sessions. Morning sessions will target the skills of passing, dribbling, shooting, heading, attacking, defending and ball control. Afternoons will focus on technique and concentrate on the tactical aspects of soccer. There are 4 camp sessions to choose from and a spe-

• Cost is $85–$175 • Ages 3–14 • Register at www.brsa.org

Cassard Baseball Camp Zachary Youth Park 1650 Mt. Pleasant Rd. Jesse Cassard 225-810-7529 cassardcamp@hotmail.com www.cassardbaseballcamp.com May 28–31 A comprehensive skill camp from 9 a.m. until noon. • Ages 5–14 • Cost is $120 • Send registration and check payable to Cassard Camps LLC, 22132 Deer Haven Dr. Zachary, La. 70791.

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for younger kids who want to learn the fundamentals. The second session is for more experienced kids who desire focused football training. This second session is for those who have played tackle football before. Both sessions will include “combine” testing, The camp will also feature its punt, pass, and kick competitions. Both sessions are non-contact and do not require helmets or shoulder pads.

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• Grades 3–7 • Cost is $100 for each session or $150 for both • $25 non refundable deposit required to reserve a place. Space is limited. Neil Weiner’s Youth Football Camp 4100 Bronco Ln., Zachary Neil Weiner 225-205-5051 neil.weiner@zacharyschools.org www.zacharybroncofootball.com June 10–13 8:30–11:00 a.m. (ages 5–10) 5–7:30 p.m. (ages 8–12) Over the 4-day camp, there will be two sessions. The morning session is

• Ages 5–12 • Cost is $75 • Mail registration to Neil Weiner, 3788 Main St., Zachary, LA 70791. Those who register in advance will ensure their T-shirt size. CrossFit Zachary KIds Camp 5041 Hwy. 19 Unit C, Zachary Fabian Herrera 225-255-0815 info@crossfitzachary.com www.crossfitzachary.com Dates TBD. The camp will run through the months of June and most of July. CrossFit Kids is a strength and conditioning program that is specifically designed for kids and teenagers and helps them develop a lifelong love of fitness. CrossFit Kids workouts consist of constantly varied, functional movements that deliver a fitness that

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• Ages 5–17 • Cost is $100 per month, $75 for each additional child • Registration starts on May 1 and ends May 29. Register by visiting the website or by dropping by the Hwy. 19 location.

Hands of Stone Boxing 15971 Pride Port Hudson Rd. Zachary Kevin Allen 225-241-3388 handsofstoneinc@yahoo.com Mondays–Thursdays The vision of the organization is to prepare participants to be productive citizens and to provide disciple through teaching the science of boxing. • Ages 8 and up • Cost is $25 per month • Registration can be completed at the gym. Kidz Functional Fitness Camp 21160 Plank Rd., Zachary Todd Hernandez

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Sports & Fitness Camps 225-270-2298 info@legendzsportsacademy.org www.legendzsportsacademy.org July 16–August 8; Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5:30 –7 p.m. This program is specifically designed for the younger athlete. Athletes will be grouped according to age and maturity and will undergo strength and conditioning workouts using body weight and other portable strength training tools designed for the younger athlete. Kidz will learn how to improve their agility, speed, strength, conditioning and overall fitness. • Ages 8–12 • Cost is $75.00 • Pre-registration required by requesting a camp application via email or by going online. Mail completed registration application and camp fee to the address on the application. Deadline to register is June 28. Mpact Cheer Camp 4200 Main St., Zachary Stanley Mearse 225-654-2755 fbcz@fbcz.org; www.fbcz.org July 22–26, 9 a.m.–noon daily Mpact Children’s Ministry of First Baptist Church Zachary will host a

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Sports & Fitness Camps cheerleading camp for area children. • For children who have completed grades K–6 • Cost is $35 for preregistration or $40 on day camp begins • A registration form is available online at www.fbcz.org/children.

Mpact Basketball Camp 4200 Main St., Zachary Stanley Mearse 225-654-2755 fbcz@fbcz.org www.fbcz.org July 15–19, 9 a.m.–noon daily This Basketball Camp is a sports camp offered by First Baptist Church of Zachary for area children. • For children who have completed grades 1–6 • Cost is $35 for preregistration or $40 on day camp begins • A registration form is available online at www.fbcz.org/children. Participants must wear athletic shoes.

Mpact Fitness Camp 4200 Main St., Zachary Stanley Mearse

Sports & Fitness Camps 225-654-2755 fbcz@fbcz.org www.fbcz.org June 10–14, 9 a.m.–noon daily Mpact Children’s Ministry of First Baptist Church Zachary will host a fitness camp for area children. • For children who have completed grades 1–6 • Cost is $35 for preregistration or $40 on day camp begins • A registration form is available online at www.fbcz.org/children. West Feliciana Soccer Challenger Soccer Sports Camp 10226 West Feliciana Parkway Megan Andrews 225-784-8447 parks.rec@wfparish.org www.wfprec.com June 3 –7 British soccer camps provide players with the rare opportunity to receive high-level soccer coaching from a team of international experts. Each day includes individual foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, small-sided games, coached scrimmages, and a daily tournament. The Challenger coaching staff provides

2013 SUMMER CAMPS Registration begins April 13

Sports & Fitness Camps

Sports & Fitness Camps

your child with lessons in respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and leadership. Camp programs include a free ball and shirt and a free British Soccer jersey for online registrations 45 days prior to camp! First Kicks: Ages 3–4; two sessions - 10:30–11:30 a.m. or 5:30–6:30 p.m. $100 Mini Soccer: Ages 5-6; two sessions - 8:30–10 a.m. or 6:30–8 p.m. $125 Half Day: Ages 7–10; 8:30–11:30 a.m. $150 Half Day: Ages 11–16; 5:30–8:30 p.m. $150

style routines, Kids Zumba and dynamic stretching. T –shirt and snacks included.

• Ages 3–16 • Cost is $100–$150 • Register online at • http://registration.challengersports.com/CampUrl.asp?Uid=119ABF74Q Wild Kids Fitness at Fitness Design 20700 Old Scenic Hwy. 225-654-9565 Laura OBrien info@fitnessdesignforwomen.com June 17– 21, 9 a.m.–noon Wild Kids will introduce your child to proper nutrition and fun ways to move his or her body. Exercise classes will include yoga, functional boot camp

• Boys and girls ages 5–8 • Cost is $100 per week • $25 non refundable deposit required to reserve a place. Space is limited. Zachary Sports and Fitness Camp Northwestern Middle School 5200 E. Central Avenue, Zachary Coach Myers 504-858-7924 May 28–July 19; 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. For boys and girls enrolled in Zachary Schools. Camps will be held at Northwestern Middle School. Extended morning and afternoon hours available. The camps are under the direction of NMS Coach Myers, and college athletes serve as counselors. The Camp offers volleyball, track and field, weight training, football, aerobics, relay races, soccer and much more. • Ages 5-12 • Cost is $35 per family • Registration dates are May 18 and 25, 9 a.m. to noon at NMS

Get your geek on @ the Library! April 14-20 is

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Vacation Bible Schools

Vacation Bible Schools

Colossal Coaster World (VBS 2013) 4200 Main St., Zachary Stanley Mearse 225-654-2755 fbcz@fbcz.org www.fbcz.org June 3–7, 9 a.m. – noon daily Vacation Bible School is a week long day camp for area children hosted by First Baptist Church of Zachary. • Ages 3–grade 6 • No cost • Register on the first day of VBS.

about the Apostle Paul throughout the week. A light meal will be served each evening. • Grades K–6 • No cost

Creations With the Word 22852 Plank Rd., Zachary, Chanda Hall 225-328-7889 theconnection1121@gmail.com www.theconnectionspirtualnetwork. com June 10–4, 6–8 p.m.

“Colossal Coaster World” Facing Fear, Trusting God Slaughter First Baptist Church, 3227 Church St., Slaughter Cathy Jones 225-654-4145 or 225-939-3076 June 23–June 27, 6–9 p.m. nightly; Family Night Friday, June 28 at 6:30 p.m. Come join us for VBS 2013! There will be music, crafts, missions, and Bible study time, as participants learn

Bible study, art and crafts, and games. Refreshments will be served. Transportation is available for those that need a ride. • Ages 5 and up • No cost • To register, call Minister Chanda Hall for appointment and arrangements. Parents are welcome to participate also, but still need to apply.

Vacation Bible Schools

Vacation Bible Schools

God’s Word: Digging for Answers 3500 39th St., Zachary Bruce Hatcher 225-301-8373 zacharycoc@hotmail.com www.zacharycoc.com

20025 Old Scenic Hwy., Zachary Lisa Whiteside 225-202-3123 LMitchell@ebrpss.k12.la.us June 3–7 • Ages 4–14 • No cost

June 29, 9 a.m.–2:45 p.m. (registration begins at 8:45 a.m.). A concluding lesson will be taught during the Sunday morning Bible study hour at 9:30 a.m.

Upward Bound VBS 22929 Old Scenic Hwy., Zachary Secretary 225-654-2960 office@plainspca.org www.plainspca.org

This year’s VBS will help your child build a solid faith by looking for rocks of evidence that show us that God inspired the Bible. Establish a rock-solid foundation through these lessons by learning that the Bible is God’s Word. The deeper one digs, the more clearly he will see that the Bible truly is God’s message to mankind. Enjoy skits, innovative activities, games, crafts and catchy songs.

June 10 –14 , 9 a.m.–noon Join Plains Presbyterian Church as they reach for the summit with Upward Bound Vacation Bible School. The church is gearing up for a fantastic summertime adventure. There will be singing, crafts, Bible stories, and all sorts of fun each day of the week.

• Classes for all ages • No cost • Register online at www.zacharycoc.com or at the door.

• Ages 4–grade 5 • No cost • To register, call or come by the church office.

Zachary Seventh Day Adventist Church Vacation Bible School

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Classifieds Classifieds Zachary area salon now hiring stylist. please call (225)936-5982

Help Wanted! Local gift shop is looking for full time/ part time sales associate to work at both Zachary and Central stores. Please send resume or letter of interest to persnicketyuniqu@bellsouth.net for more information. Help Wanted-- Kitchen Cooks. Satterfield’s Restaurant! Apply in person at 108 E. Main St. in New Roads, La. 70760

Parts Counter Sales Person Needed - Position opened at M & L Industries, Baton Rouge - Parts Sales experience required, AG experience preferred but not necessary. Please fax Resume to 225-355-7497 or e-mail to sadams@mlind.net

backs,necks,etc. Call Betty at 225-570-2781 or 225-978-4276. CRYOGENIC TRANSPORTATION LLC is hiring Class A CDL DRIVERS out of Geismar, LA for our OTR (3 weeks out) positions! We offer competitive pay, medical benefits for you and your family, paid training on product handling, paid uniforms, paid vacations, 401K & MORE! 2 years tractor-trailer experience, Tank & Hazmat endorsements (or ability to obtain) & safe driving record required. APPLY NOW at TheKAG.com or call (800) 871-4581.

Help Wanted! Looking to fill a cooking position for 25-50 people M-F. Must like kids ages 9-18. Call for an interview. 225-938-1498.

Hair Stylists needed! Fantastic Sams is hiring! Call jimmy at 235-2471Or email jimmymobley46@gmail.com for more information on a becoming part of the Zachary & Central team.

Help Wanted! Inside Hardware/ Lumber Sales person Needed ASAP! Salary DOE. Retirement Package Available- Apply at Fontaine Lumber in New Roads (225)638-8537 OR (225)638-7614

FOR SALE! Jack Russell puppies tri color short hair short legs MALES ONLY s/w 8 weeks 150.00 Laura 225-324-0835

Call in your Classified Ad Only $10 Up to 20 words Phone 225-654-0122

Drivers: Want a Professional Career? Haul Flatbed/OD Loads for Trinity Logistics Group! Earn $.41-.51cpm! CDL-A w/2yrs Exp. EEO/AA Call: 800-533-7862 or www. trinitytrucking.com

2004 Honda Civic EX, sunroof, Save! Save! Save! ON TIME MOTORS Call 225-7750477.

Help Wanted! Exp. Groomer for established Zachary Pet Salon. Mon, Wed, Fri, & Sat. Email resume to : info@thepamperedpooch. com

2000 Mustang GT, Superfast with leather – won’t last! $7750. ON TIME MOTORS Call 225-775-0477. 2003 VW Beetle Convertible, fully custom car! Great for Spring. ON TIME MOTORS Call 225-775-0477.

2002 Toyota Camry’s (2 to choose from) Save $$$ ON TIME MOTORS Call 225-775-0477. 1999 Suburban, all power. Only $3997. ON TIME MOTORS Call 225-775-0477.

READY TO BUILD YOUR CUSTOM HOME? FOR SALE! 2 Acre lot in the City of Zachary. This small, restricted subdivision is the perfect place to build. $99,000. Call Amanda at Amanda Beard Realty 225-4394654. www.amandabeardrealty.com

For Sale! Dinette table, solid oak wood, good condition, 4 chairs $95.00; and 21 inch bike, good condition $25.00. Call Betty 225-9784276 or 570-2781.Second item should read: @ blue cloth, massage, lounge-recliner chair, good condition, $$85.00 a piece or two chairs for $160.00. Great buy-great massage for stiff

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Insurance

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DAYCARE

DOG CARE

MUSIC LESSONS All Breeds Dog Boarding Obedience & Retriever Training

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Furniture Junior’s Furniture Service, LLC Upholstery, Custom Built Ottomans and Headboards Ultra Shield • Antique Restoration •RV’s Commercial & Residential • Eco Friendly Fabrics

225-654-3949 “God is first in all we do”

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Let the Lord lead you to me and we both will be blessed!

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Calendar of Events Art League of Central “Paintout” April 13, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Join local artists for an afternoon of fun and the opportunity to view artists as they work, paint your own masterpiece or purchase original artwork. The “paintout” and show will take place on the grounds of “Twelve Oaks”, 11951 Sullivan Rd., (located behind Pat’s Hardware). If you wish to paint, bring your own supplies. No cost to attend. For more information, call 225-939-1479. Lane Regional “Ask the Doctor” April 17; Noon – 1 p.m. For many, diet and exercise can be difficult because of joint pain, digestive problems, and other chronic medical issues. Dr. Thomas Kang of Lane Surgery Group will discuss “How to Lose Weight: A Surgeon’s Perspective,” including the benefits and limitations of weight loss surgery, during the “Ask the Doctor” Lunch and Learn. Session is free, includes a light lunch and will be held in the staff development room located at Lane Regional Medical Center. Reserve your spot by calling 225-654-5263. Zachary/Baker Relay for Life April 19, 7 p.m. Will take place at the BREC Zachary Community Park off Old Scenic Hwy. and opening ceremonies will begin at 7 p.m. This fun-filled event is designed to celebrate survivorship and raise money for research and programs of the American Cancer Society. This year’s theme is “Making Cancer History,” and teams are encouraged to be creative when choosing tent

decorations and food items. There will be prizes awarded for the best decorated tent related to this year’s theme with bonus points given if you incorporate the food you are selling and/or your activity with your theme. Register or join at team at www. relayforlife.org/zacharybakerla. Angola Prison Spring Rodeo & Craft Show April 20 & 21, 9 a.m. Angola State Prison will host their annual rodeo and craft show at the Louisiana State Penitentiary. Enjoy bareback riding, wild horse races, barrel racing, buddy pick-up, wild cow milking bull riding and more. Gates open 9 a.m. and rodeo will begin at 2 p.m. Advance tickets are available for purchase from the Business Office at Louisiana State Penitentiary (LSP) after tickets go on sale. All seats are reserved. Children 2 and under are admitted free if they are held by an adult. Tickets are $15. For more information call 225-655-2030 or visit www.angolarodeo.com.

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Future Starz 6U T-Ball Tournament April 20 & 21 Legendz Sports Academy will be hosting its 1st Annual Future Starz 6U T-Ball Tournament on at Zachary Youth Park. We are inviting all local area T-Ball Teams to come out and enjoy a weekend of fun at the beautiful and improved Zachary Youth Park. The team entry fee for the event is $150 and each team is guranteed three games. For More Information contact Gordon Lipscomb at 225-921-2848 or ` info@legendzsportsacademy.org.

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