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Two-A-Days: Lake Arthur Tigers

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www.youtube.com – 7NEWS – 2023-09-01 12:57:47

SUMMARY: The content is about the Lake Arthur Tigers football team entering the 2023 season following a year in which they made the playoffs but fell in the first round. According to head coach Tarius Davis, the experience gained from last year's playoffs will help the team this year. He emphasizes the importance of taking advantage of the playoff opportunity. The team has a small senior class, but the players who returned from last year's team will be there to contribute.

Two-A-Days: Lake Arthur Tigers

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Welsh honors community leader on Juneteenth

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www.youtube.com – 7NEWS – 2024-06-19 22:12:11

SUMMARY: On June 19th, known as Juneteenth, residents of Welsh celebrated and honored freedom and community. The day marks the emancipation of enslaved people in Texas and is important for African-Americans to remember their forefathers' struggles and achievements. Among the festivities, the community recognized Eddie Aan, a key leader and mentor, especially for young black men. Known as a pillar of Welsh, Eddie tirelessly supports the community even while working two jobs. In his honor, the day will now also be known as Eddie Chande Day. The celebrations included food, fellowship, and announcements of upcoming events like a parade.

It was an evening of recognition in Welsh. On this Juneteenth holiday, residents took some time to not only celebrate Juneteenth but also honor a man they call a pillar in their community.

As many are hosting different celebrations to honor the day, residents of Welsh are honoring one of their community leaders, Eddie Achan.

FULL STORY: https://www.kplctv.com/2024/06/20/welsh-honors-community-leader-juneteenth/

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Lake Charles Little Theatre presents ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’’ musical in honor of Juneteenth

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www.youtube.com – 7NEWS – 2024-06-19 21:43:43

SUMMARY: The South Lake Theater is commemorating the legacy of Fats Waller, a renowned American composer from the 1930s, by turning his music into the musical “Ain't Misbehavin'” this Juneteenth in Lake Charles. Directed by a seasoned professional, the production features a diverse cast and jazz band, reflecting the theater's mission to unite the community regardless of race or creed. The show stars five talented African-American women who bring Waller's Tin Pan Alley stride music to life. The director invites everyone to experience this toe-tapping musical and relive a significant part of musical history.

Thomas Wright Waller, known as Fats Waller, left behind a music legacy that the Southlake Theatre is now commemorating this Juneteenth by turning his music into a musical and bringing it back to Lake Charles.

“Fats Waller was a noted American composer back in the ‘30s. He was a noted composer, writer and musician. He composed various numbers, many of which we are doing during this musical,” said Lake Charles Little Theatre Vice President Mary Guidry-Ringo.

FULL STORY: https://www.kplctv.com/2024/06/20/lake-charles-little-theatre-presents-aint-misbehavin-musical-honor-juneteenth/

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Gov. Landry signs LA Gator Scholarship bill into law

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www.youtube.com – 7NEWS – 2024-06-19 21:14:52

SUMMARY: Governor Landry has signed a bill for the LA Gator scholarship program, allowing Louisiana parents to use tax dollars to send their kids to schools of their choice. Supporters say it will offer equal educational opportunities, while opponents argue it directs public funds to private schools. Eligible parents might receive $5,000 to $155,000 annually for education expenses. The Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education will oversee the program, creating regulations and conducting yearly audits. Initially for low-income students, the program will extend to all students by 2028, pending Senate and House budget determinations.

Gov. Jeff Landry signed a bill into law today that allows Louisiana parents to use tax dollars to send their kids to a school of their choosing.

Governor Landry said the program will give every child the opportunity to pursue a great education, while opponents say this will pave the way for public tax dollars to fund private schools.

FULL STORY: https://www.kplctv.com/2024/06/19/gov-landry-signs-la-gator-scholarship-bill-into-law/

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