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Monday, Oct. 26, 2015

On the Scene

Bob and Denise Griffin

 Book-signing: Bob Griffin signed copies of his book “People To Meet” on July 18 at Rhino Coffee. Griffin, 80, is KTBS weekend anchor and an Ark-La-Tex institution in the field of broadcasting. He also leads travel groups.
–Mary Ann Van Osdell

Tree Dedication: A magnolia tree on the property of Flying Heart Brewing was rededicated Sept. 13 in honor of four Bossier City employees and firefighters who lost their lives in the line of duty in 1963. The tree was planted at old Fire Station No. 6 and since acquiring the property in late 2014, Flying Heart Brewing has made the care and maintenance of it a priority. Bossier City Firefighters Association Local 1051 sold fish plates on the patio to raise money for its benevolent fund.
–Mary Ann Van Osdell

Elders: Charlie Raybine and Wanda Cunningham were announced as king and queen of the Krewe of Elders at an event held Sept. 18 at the Red Cross Building. With a beach theme, surfboards and leis, it was a festive event. The Eric Craig Band played, and Podhuh’s catered. The ball will be held Jan. 9 at the Shreveport Convention Center.
–Mary Ann Van Osdell


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