Here is your Tuesday Livingston Parish News:
She couldn’t wait to take the assignment.
For years, Livingston Parish native and resident Krystal Hardison got into her car in Watson and proceeded to drive straight past the Literacy and Technology Center in Walker all the way to Hammond, where she worked at Southeastern.
So when Hardison got offered the job as the new director of Southeastern’s portion of the Literacy and Technology Center? Her answer was a no-brainer.
She took it without hesitation.
There’s going to be some added ways for citizens to stay alert, thanks to the parish council.
First, in Albany, the parish council approved the Department of Public Works to install traffic control devices on Coker Vail Road. To be installed were two stop signs; ‘Caution, Pedestrian Crossing’ signs; and crosswalk striping.
That he signed a college soccer scholarship was something Denham Springs High graduate Daniel Goerges always envisioned.
But actually putting pen to paper during the school’s spring signing period, well that was another story that personified Goerges’ perseverance and ability to adapt to pursue his passion of playing soccer.
Scavenger hunts and homemade boat races will hit the water this weekend.
And they’ll be doing so for a good cause.
TARC (Teach, Assist, Reach, Connect) will hold its Third Annual Tickfaw River Regatta on Saturday, July 6.
The day-long benefit will take place at Boopalu’s in Springfield, beginning at 11 a.m. and ending after midnight. The event will feature a scavenger hunt, homemade boat races, goldfish races, a costume contest, and live music from New Orleans cover band Bag of Donuts.
See what’s coming up this week in Livingston Parish!