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] Te ws Pollination Celebration seeks sponsors Special to the Times The Tangipahoa Parish Master Gardeners Asso- ciationis currently seeking sponsors for its newest annual event, Pollination Celebration. Pollina- tion Celebration will be held Saturday, September 16, 2017, from 9am to 3pm, at the LSU Hammond Research Station. This one day event for children and adults of all ages will demonstrate the impor- tance of nature's pollinators through hands-on ac- tivities, expert speakers, a children's village, and mini educational lectures and tours throughout the gardens. Over 800 visitors attended the inaugural event in 2016, and the Tangi Master Gardeners are ex- pecting greater crowds in 2017. All sponsorship contributions will help the TMGA create an event of high interest by contributing to *fees for expert speakers, hummingbird band- ing, and skilled demonstrators *the purchase of materials for make&take chil- dren's activities and art stations *the printing and purchasing of educational materials, brochures, and handouts *the 3-5 hour contracting of the Audubon Bug Mobile * the distribution of the highly-acclaimed chil- dren's book The Reason for a Flower The Tangipahoa Master Gardener Association appreciates all its supporters and recognize that the success of this event depends on the public's generosity and commitment. For more specific information on sponsorship opportunities, please email pollinationcelebra- tion@gmail.com or call Tangi Tourism at 1.800. 617.4508. , 9140 Highway 22 East ... ' Ponchatoula, LA 7o454 block east of N. Hoover Road (look or portable buildings and u haulsj re ssh a rd wood s inc. II.AI31.1! til|l.ll; Cypress .95 yd = to $1.70 a bag Pine, Poplar $1 7.00 yd = to $1.25 a bag Sale Ends April 7th Ec2 OO% Friendly All Natural 10% discount to ponchatoula residents :) #I Industrial Parkway Ponchatoula LA, 70454 Jackson-Vaughan Agency, Inc. Celebrating over lOO years of service to Tangipahoa Parish 121 West Pine--Ponchatoula 985-386-3511 Sparky Welles an THE TIMES, APRIL 20, 2017, PAGE 3 lary in-progress Early Monday morning, just before 5:00am, Lieuten- ant Jeremy Ballard was patrolling the 300 block of East Pine Street and heard an audible burglar alarm coming from the business of Greenwave Carwash. Lieutenant Ballard be- gan checking the business and observed a male, later identified as Ronnie Lumb- ley, 52, walking away from the rear of the building. In the rear of the business, a broken window was also observed. As Lieutenant Ballard attempted to de- tain Lumbley, he began to flee on a bicycle. Lieuten- ant Ballard pursued Lum- bley, as additional officers raced to assist with the chase. The chase lasted several blocks and Sergeant David Bryant observed Lumb- ley run behind a building on South Barrone Street. Sergeant Bryant ordered him to surrender; instead, Lumbley chose to fight. Lieutenant Ballard caught up, witnessing Lumbley actively resist arrest. After a brief struggle between both Officers and Lumbiey, he was taken into custody. It was discovered that Lumbley had just made entry to the business of the Greenwave Carwash by breaking a rear window. Lumbley was booked into the Tangipahoa Parish Jail on the following charges: L.R.S. 14:62, Simple Burglary L.R.S. 14:108, Resisting an OfficerL.R.S. 14:108, Resisting an Offi- cer Lumbley was currently on Parole for a previous burglary charge at the time of his arrest. "I'm proud of the fast response and teamwork displayed by my Officers," said Chief Layrisson. "By using investigative skill and good judgment, anoth- er criminal is behind bars. We are here to send a mes- sage that crime will not be tolerated in Ponchatoula." I I Special to The Times Jimmy's Ironing Service, owned and operated by OP- TIONS client Jimmy Atwood, is now open for business in downtown Ponchatoula. "OPTIONS is thrilled to help Jimmy explore en- trepreneurship through the opening of his ironing business. Jimmy's smile and strong work ethic are sure to take him very far. We are so proud of him for taking this huge step and look forward to support- ing him in any way can along the way," Sylvia Bush, President/CEO of OPTIONS, Inc. enthusias- tically shared. Jimmy Atwood has been a client of OPTIONS for nearly 17 years, join- ing the ironing crew a little over 3 years ago. Lo- cated in Fabulous Finds in Ponchatoula, Jimmy's Ironing Service welcomes new customers and former customers of OPTIONS Ponchatoula Ironing. The hours of operation are Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fabulous Finds, the Jimmy Atwood OPTIONS retail clothing store where Jimmy will be operating, is located at 137 S. 6th St. For ques- tions about pricing, please call 985-467-1112. For more information about donating, volunteer- ing or other OPTIONS businesses, such as the Garden Center, Weaving Studio and Second Line Beads, please visit www. options4u.org. Anniversa April 20 - Mike Sr. & Linda Matherne, Wayne & Cherrel Matherne, Carl & Shirley Juneau April 21 - Phillp & Bonnie Jenkins, Marvin & Brenda Allen, Fred- die & Ginger McKean, Phillip & Marlene Stein April 22 - Pat & John Ory, Henry & Evelyn Lavigne, Marcel & Jean Brison, George & Irene Hollingsworth, John & Angie Cormier April 23 - Warren & Lisa Lee, Cheryl & Rus- sell Recotta, Darren & Cory Pinion April 24 Barry & Tammy Cason, Gasper & Mary Capora Apri! 25 Thomas & Rosella Gautreaux, Bobby & Linda Depau- la, Jene & Michele LeB- laine, Hannah Barlow, Marilyn & John Rauch Jr. April 26 John & Carolyn Taylor, David & Debi Harper April 20 - Chad Fal- con, Christopher Rocker, Kayla Basso, Keaton Kraft, Merle "Pud" Oz- ment, Randy Tomeny, Robin Morgan, Mari Ann Callais April 21 - Abby Hoover, April DePaula, Billy Cox, Briana Parker, Denby Wheeler, Cathy Sowash, Jeff Heneghan, Justin Schliegelmeyer, Lauren Wadell, Marie Morgan, Mike DiSabato, Wendy Monte, Mike Di- Sabato April 22 - Brandi Hano, Brett Fitzgerald, Carrie Connolly, Carrie G. Mercke, Carrie Gua- gliardo, Clarke Holmes, Everett Ramsey, Krista Laiche, Mike Darouse, Ryan Howes, Terri Lanel Sowash, Trevor Adams, Whitni Deitz, Mia Jose- phine Sims April 23 - Bill Dean, Bruce Drury Jr., Danny LaSaicherre, Elphege Daigle, Erica Smith, Jennifer Fazande, Tom Pittman, Bridgette' Bou- dreaux April 24 - Barba- ra Schmitt, Benjamin Hoover, Brian Williams, Brody A. Howes, Codey Meyn, Cody Moore, Frances Benson, Jef- frey LaSaicherre, Kerry Bruhl, Mrs. Eula Ory, Peter Derbins, Quenton Landry, Tonia Delatte, April 25 - Chris Our- so, Cindy David, Jay Quinn, Jeff Daniels, Jordan Erolyn Edwards, Joshua Day, Mickie Ayo, Nikki Brooks, Savannah Brooks, Shane Stewart, Sherry Hill, Susan Mc- Keen, Susan Smith, Tes- sa Cutrer, April 26 - Brian Ar- reteig, Craig Kraft, Frank "Bill" Piediscalzo IV, Jane Hextall, Justin Navarra, Justin Zach- ary, Lisa Cosgove, Luke Beakley, Patty Conerly, Ryan Meyer, Suzanne Gandolfo, Wendy Musca- rello, Andy Osborn, Birthdays-Magic Sh0ws-Day Cares All Occasi0ns-Ball00n Sculpturing 225-294-5938 , We Lease, J l Bull BBQ Grills All Branl Pool Cleaning Service is Available We Sell Above.ground Pools (Special Pricing) We Change Pool Liners We Carry Regal & Pro-Team Chemicals Mention this ad for a Special 5% Discount on all Pool Chemicals Your pool, Our reputation, MON. - FRI. 8am-5:30pm SAT, 8am-3pm Times Internet Edition -- www.ponchatoula.coml ~times E-Mail: editor@ponchatoula.com or timesofindependence@gmail.com ! t