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i B THE TIMES, FEBRUARY 23, 2017 PAGE 2 wi~ JohnJohnson Feb 21 - Dinners that make a Difference hosted by Nola Caf 5:30PM - 9:00PM 1625 Hwy 51, Pon- chatoula, La 70454For the Benefit of PHS FFA ALum- ni. 5:30-6:30 pm Social Hour. 6:30-8:30 Dinner. $100.00 a couple (Must present ticket). Dinner Menu: Smoked Pork Tenderloin, Baked Penne Pasta with Italian Crawfish Zydeco, Twice Baked Potatoes, Penne Pas- ta, Sauteed Vegetables, Salad/choice of dressing, Soft drinks, Tea, House Wine. Cash Bar. For tickets contact: Jr. Bardwell (985-969-4096 or Bradley Coleman (504- 319-1252 or Veronica Pierson (985-320-4543. Feb 22 - Ponchatoula Library Home school Book Club 11:00AM - 12:00PM 380 N. 5th St. Pon- chatoula, La. 70454For more information contact 985- 386-6554 Feb 25 - Ponchatoula Lions Club Pastalaya Cook-Off 7:00AM - 2:00PM Lions Club 750 East Pine St. Ponchatoula, La. 70454Business, Family, and Friends teams are welcome. If you think you make the best Pastalaya around, then we challenge you to come out The lions Club will be selling bowls so everyone can vote for People's Choice. Please contact Steve Kelley at 985-320-6008 or Stanley Peltier at 985-969-0826 Mar 2 - Ponchatoula Library-Teen Club 4:00PM - 5:00PM 380 N. 5th St. Ponchatoula, La. 70454This is for kids and young adults ages 12-18 years. Reading is a fun experience and something we all share. For more information call: 985-386-6554 Mar 3-5 2017 Antique Trade Days 9:00AM- 5:00PM Commuter Parking Lot, Downtown Ponchatoula, along Train Tracks This 3 day family event hosts vendors from across the United States. Please come view over 200 vendors and their products. Mar 3 -.Knights of Columbus Fish Fry 4:30PM - 7:00PM 1701 Pecan Court, Ponchatoula, La. Mar 4 - Krewe of Erin St. Patrick's Day Parade 10:30 a.m: Downtown Ponchatoula. Tangi Democrats joined forces with Independents Tangi Democrats unite with other progressives concerning Trump Agenda Tangi Democrats joined forces with Independents, disaffected Re- publicans, the Green Party, the Citizens Climate Lobby, the Indivisible movement, and the Wom- en's March, to share concerns about the Trump agenda at their 'meeting on February 13, 2017. Many people came from neighboring towns and parishes to join the group. Those present advo- cated for various issues, but the concerns that united them most strongly were in the areas of the Affordable Care Act/Women's health, the en- vironment, and the erosion of civil rights. The group will be attending local town hall meetings and area protest marches, as well as writing let- ters and making phone calls to their members of Congress. Anyone interested in joining the group can contact Jeanne Voorhees at jeannevoorhees@ charter.net Owno = Judy Bornor 114 W Pli St = Pendt cwalm i i iii i i ii RI$TORANTE LUNCH SPECIALS Pizza Giorno Hanger Steak Po Boys Meat Balls & Spaghetti Tuesday Pizza Night $10 Pizza OFF Belgium Tappistes Sunday- Monday Closed 129 East Pine St. Tuesday - Saturday Lunch: 11a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Ponchatoula Dinner: 5 p.m. - 10 p.m. Queen's Court toasts the City of Ponchatoula Krewe of Erin members Elley Schyexnayder, Councilman Vergil Sandifer, and Lilah Schyex- nayder are pictured at the krewe's annual Queen's Toast to the City at the Strawberry Farmers' Fountain at City Hall following the crowning of the new Celtic queen, Molly O'Mally, on Saturday. (Photo by Christie Schyexnayder) Mimosa Queens of Madisonville marched during the Madisonville Boat Parade Lady Wave stellar season ends Coach Landaiche and The Lady Wave Bas- ketball team had a grelat season this year, 26-10 overall and 10-2 in district, also making it into the second round of pldyoffs but coming up short Monday night losing tp Natchitoches Central 70- 41. Great season Coaches and The Lady Wave Bas- ketball Tearrd (Times Photo by John Beadle) Throw me something mister at Madisonville Boat Parade On October 14th and 15th, 2017, the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Mar- itime Museum (LPBMM) will present the 28th an- nual Wooden Boat Festi- val (WBF) along the banks of the scenic Tchefuncte River in Madisonville, La. There will be a $250 gift certificate from Mo's Art Supply and Framing (to be used at either the New Orleans or Coving- ton locations) awarded to the person chosen as the 2017 WBF Poster Art- ist. In addition they will be officially recognized at The WBF poster unveil- ing, have print recognition with several media outlets and provided with an art- ist vendor tent at the two day festival. This will be a juried art contest with lo- cal artists doing the judg- ing. Artists interested in being considered for the 2017 WBF Poster Artist should submit 3 to 5 work samples that demonstrate your skills in rendering a water and boat scene. All mediums are eligible. Sub- mit 3 to 5 jpeg images on a cd, a brief biography, art- ist statement, and 3 color copies of digital images that are on the cd. All submissions must be received by 4:00 pro, Monday, April 10, 2017. Please mail to: 2017 Wooden Boat Fes- tival Poster Artist Selec- tion Committee C/O The Maritime Mu- seum 133 Mabel Drive Ma:disonviUe, LA70447 / Annuar LiVE ;IC OCAL & & YEN IPAHOA '~IPAH~ PdUIHN ~' ON*:k VIMV~II |gllAkl A, IBI CII ' Times Internet Edition www.ponchatotda.com/ptimes E-Mail: editor@ponchatoula.com or timesofindependence@gmail.com . t / ) I \