C. Bickham Dickson, a 585-acre park, was first established in 1983 and served as a peaceful, scenic escape. Locals could come fishing, enjoy the call of the birds across the open water and jog the winding trails. Photographers would flock to host sessions in the open fields while families and colleagues would organize games of disc golf.
The Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights was established in 1992 with the goal of collectively promoting holiday tourism in eight of North Louisiana’s most festive cities: Shreveport-Bossier, Minden, Monroe-West Monroe, Natchitoches and Alexandria/Pineville.
Thursday, Nov. 16, one of 16 women will be chosen to represent the business community as the recipient of the 2017 ATHENA Leadership Award. The Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce Business Development Connection honors this select group of local individuals each year.
When the Louisiana State Fair ap-proaches, you can almost feel the excitement in the air. The season is changing, night comes earlier. The thought of an evening stroll through the arcades and attractions with a nip of something warm to drink or that oh-so-sinful deep-fried item that you must have – and maybe have even anticipated all year.
Lydia Earhart is director of marketing and community relations at The Glen Retirement System. “The main difference between independent living and assisted living is the level of care,” she said. “Overall, living at The Glen means seniors get to live the luxury of having a carefree lifestyle.