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THE TIMES, OCTOBER 6 , 2016, 2016 PAGE 4 Genesis winner Receiving the Genesis landscaping award for Westminster Place are June Porcina, Sandra McConnell, Lillian Alexander Anna Poland, Ellen Pusey, Mary Martin, Libbie Barron, Lynda Byrd, Margaret Bailey and Latasha Banks. (Photo by Liz Anderson) Gardenetts present Genesis Award The Gardenettes presented their September/October Genesis award to Latasha Banks property man- ager at Westminister Place Apartments 250 South 1st Street. David Williams and Henry Johnson, main- tenance and landscaping techs, always keep the large lawn beautifully maintained. There are roses, cro- tons, boxwood and other seasonal color plantings around several seat- ing areas and signage. In the inner court yard there are several raised beds where the Pen- chatoula FFA help with a vegetable garden and "Cooking with the Gen- erations. " Joining the Garden- ettes, Liz Anderson, Anna Poland, Ellen Pusey, Libbie Barren, Lynda Byrd, Margaret Bailey and Miss Dixie her dog, are residents Mary Martin, Sandra McConnell, June Por- cuna, and Lillian Alex- ander. Gardenettes are members of District VI- Louisiana Garden Club Federation Inc. and Deep South Region National Garden Clubs Inc. Children, teens can audition October 24 for Missoula Children's Theatre's 'Peter and Wendy' Auditions for the Missoula Children's Theatre production of "Peter and Wendy" will be held on Monday, Oct. 24, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts. A non-profit edu- cational theater troupe, Missoula Children's Theatre has been a hometown arts favor- ite since 1992, often as part of Fanfare, South- eastern Louisiana Uni- versity's October arts festival. "Children in grades kindergarten through high school may audi- tion," said Director of Columbia Theatre and Fanfare Roy Black- wood. "Approximately 50-60 local students will be cast to appear in the soula will cast the young actors on Monday and get started right away teaching them lines, staging, songs and move- ment. By Saturday, the children will be ready to perform, complete with professionally designed costumes and scenery." Students wishing to audition must arrive by 4 p.m. and stay for the entire two-hour ses- sion. The first rehearsal begins approximately 15-30 minutes after the audition and lasts until 8:30 p.m. show with a Missoula "Since it is a' group • tour actor/director. Mis- audition, no advance preparation is neces- sary - but a smile never hurts," said Blackwood. "Students should just be ready to come and have a good time." Among the roles to be cast are Peter, his Shadow, Tinker Bell, and the Lost Boys; Wendy and her broth- ers John and Michael; their parents Mr. and Mrs. Darling with their faithful friends Nana and Liza; Captain Hook and his Pirate Crew, along with the Croco- dile; Tiger Lily, the band of Neverlanders and Neverland Creatures; and, carrying them to Neverland, a group of stormy Clouds. Assis- tant directors will also be cast to aid in rehears- als throughout the week and to take on essential backstage responsibili- ties. "Although not all cast members will be needed at every session, those auditioning must have a clear schedule for the entire week and, if selected, be able to' attend all rehearsals required for their role," said Blackwood. "A de- tailed rehearsal sched- ule will be distributed at the conclusion of the audition." "Peter and Wendy" will be performed at the Columbia Theatre in two performances on Friday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 29, at 2 p.m. All cast members must be available for all scheduled performances and rehearsals. Tickets for the pub- lic performances are $15 for adults and $10 for children. They are available online at co- lumbiatheatre.org or at the box office, 985-549- 4371. The Missoula Chil- dren's Theatre is a non-profit organiza- tion based in Missoula, Mont. This season, more than 65,000 young peo- ple across the globe will take to part in Missoula productions. For additional in- formation, contact the Columbia Theatre at 985-543-4366 or v sit columbiatheatre.org. TIMBERLAND AUCTION Sat. Oct. 29th 11 am Join Rosaryville in celebrating Sr. Judene Lillie, OP and Fr. Cayet Mangiaracina, OP over dinner on November 1, 2016 at NOLA Cafe. What a worthy and beautiful celebration. We give great thanks for the decades of service these two have provided to Rosaryville. Tickets may be purchased by call- ing Rosaryville at 225-294-5039. We will hold your ticket for will-call at the door or you can stop by Rosaryville. October 6 - Alexis Dominguez, Beulah Klu- ka, C.J. "Bookie" Meyn, Daniel Bougere, Han- nah Gonzalez, Jimmy Byers, Lane Thompson, Mervin Rousseau, Patsy Navarre, Ruby Byers, Velma Ellis, Charles Ragan October 7 - Allan Taylor, Dennis Hebert, Erin Pereira, George McKean Jr., Grace Bal- lard, Jason C. Smith, Laureen Fendlason, Pam Perrin, Perry Rit- ter, Tammie Yoes, Toni Jo Fisher, Debra Bar- bee, Kenny Martin October 8 -"Mutty" Berner Jr., Dylan Mey- ers, Elaine Tallo, Jaime Nicolosi, Keith Martin, Kimberly Gordon, Paul Landry, Rhonda Sheri- dan, Taylor Deitz, October 9 - Aaron Beauchamp, Bertha Ourso, Darryl Falcon Jr., Doot Hull, Jeremiah Pierson, Kyle Gordon, Pam Baize, Penny Cal- amusa, 'Penny DuVer- nay, Rebecca Heinrich, Stacey Pepitone, Sta- cey Schroeder, Stephen Ourso, Terrill Collier, Wendy Puffpaff, David Osborn October i0 - Adri- enne Anthony, Allen Motichek, Arlo Law- rence, Cindy Colkmire, Darrell Ozment, Hunter "Alex" Crane, Joe P. Cor- bett Jr., Kim Stevens, Stormy Joiner, October 11 - Bliss Mc- Mahon, Brandon Collier, Dawn Brooks, Dawn Harris, Del Adams, Er- nest McCormick, John M. Heroman, Shirley Anthony, Patrick Pierce October 12 - Anna Loudon, B.J. Hills, Cathi Taquino, Cathy Landry, Jeffery Roberts, Joe Watts, John Stanga, Lott Cutrer, Martin Gill, Paul Kluka, Paul Lam- bert, Ricky P. Musca- rello, Sam Kyzar, Sarah Kyle, Frank Edwards, Jr. ~< • g Happy Anniversary October 6 - Donnie & Susan Gilmore October 7 - Ronnie & Cindy Rimmer, Jared & Hope Ruiz October 8- David P. & Colette Brignac, Gerard & Lori Gegenheimer, Berry & Barbara Ra- gan, Kevin & Sommer LeSaicherre October 9 - Deirdre & Mariano Sanchez, Rusty & Katusha Zeller October 10 - Bobby & Tilly Cutrer, Keith & Kelly Boudreaux, Bobby Joe & Lucille Griffin, Scott & Julie Kupper October 11 Roger & Virgie Benoit, Joe & Joyce Ernst, Jim & Sherry Hatfield, Ernest & Betty McCormick October 12 - Sal & JoAnn Prescia, Steve & Liz Pugh, Dan & Mary Pereira Dr. Magic f.nns-I=h -mDuad 1,300+/- acres of managed timberland & hunting tract. This is a great family hunting property as well for deer, turkey, squirrel, duck, and fishing. 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