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Ouachita Christian School 2017 Football Schedule


Record (8-4)

District (5-2)

AUG 26 Mangham 3:00 PM  T 0-0

(Bayou Jamb @ ULM Malone Stadium)

SEP 1 Arcadia 7:00 PM W 57-18

(YMCA Night for 7, 8, 9, & 10 Yr Olds)

SEP 8 at Sterlington 7:00 PM L 0-35

SEP 15 at Delhi Charter 7:00 PM W 24-20

SEP 22 at *Sicily Island 7:00 PM W 54-28

SEP 29 *Delhi 7:00 PM W 60-50

(Homecoming)

OCT 5 (Thur) at *Ceder Creek 7:00 PM L 18-42

OCT 13 *Oak Grove 7:00 PM L 7-16

(Pink Out/Lil Cheer Camp)         

OCT 20 at *Tensas 7:00 PM W 46-24

OCT 27 *St. Frederick 7:00 PM W 26-16

(Senior Night & YMCA Night for 4, 5, & 6 Yr Olds)

NOV 3 at *Delta Charter 7:00 PM W 47-12

NOV 10 at **Sacred Heart 7:00 PM W 42-23

NOV 3 **Vermilion Catholic 7:00 PM L 21-28


*Denotes DISTRICT GAME **Denotes PLAYOFF GAME

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YMCA Youth Basketball League

The 2018 Youth Basketball League at the YMCA of Northeast Louisiana has begun taking registrations. You can register your child at the YMCA at 1505 Stubbs St. in Monroe, or online at ynela.org.
If you have any questions call Robert Underwood at 318-387-9622 or email runderwood@ynela.org.

Saint Paul Baptist Church Arson Benefit Account

A benefit account has been set up for Saint Paul Baptist Church in Rayville. The church sanctuary was totally destroyed by an arson fire on Halloween. The church congregation had struggled for many years to construct and open a new sanctuary and they finally succeeded in doing so earlier this year. Anyone can make a deposit into the Benefit Account for Saint Paul Baptist Church at Richland State Bank locations in Rayville, Mangham, Monroe, West Monroe, Oak Grove, Bastrop, and Minden.

2018 Ag Expo

The 2018 Ag Expo will be at the Ike Hamilton Expo Center in West Monroe Friday January 19th and Saturday January 20th. The hours are 2p until 8p on Friday and 9a until 4p on Saturday. The Expo features youth and adult’s information about the ways agriculture touches daily lives. You can also find out about the latest technologies and sciences being used in growing, harvesting and marketing of all kinds of commodities.
It’s a family friendly event. Tickets are $7 at the door and children 6 and under get in Free. For more details call 318-255-2495

ULM Pharmacy Department 5K

The ULM Pharmacy Department is hosting a 5K and 1mile Fun Run Saturday 1/20/18. It’s a benefit for the St. Vincent DePaul Community Pharmacy which provides medications for those in need. The run begins at 1800 Bienville St. in Monroe at 8am. For more details call 342-1000.

Northeast Louisiana Master Gardner Spring Seminar

The Northeast Louisiana Master Gardner Spring Seminar is scheduled for Saturday January 20th at the West Monroe Convention Center. The hours are 7:30a until 12:30p. There is a $20 pre-registration or get tickets at the door. For more details, call 318-680-9252 and ask for Laura Hardin

Revival At Calvary Baptist Church

Calvary Baptist Church on Highway 594 in Monroe will be having Revival with Dr. Don Crosswhite and Price Harris leading music. It begins Sunday 1/21 and goes through Wed. 1/24. For more information call 345-1220.

Ladies Night @ Ceder Crest

Cedar Crest Baptist Church in West Monroe invites all ladies to a very special Ladies Night on January 26th at 6:00 in the Cedar Crest Sanctuary. Special guest speaker will be Stephanie Payne and Miss Taste of the Twin Cities – Hanna Teutsch will be sharing in music. Supper is provided, and you can get tickets at the church office until January 15th. Call the church at 396-4953.

Pull 4 Veterans Project Hope

The Project 4 Hope “Pull 4 Veterans Project Hope” sporting clay shoot to benefit local veterans is Saturday 1/27/18 at the Wild Wings Sporting Club in Downsville. Register now and help end veteran homelessness. There will be food, fun, prizes a silent auction and more. Come and get your shoot on. Call 512-9449 to register or sponsor a team.

Empty Bowls

The Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana invites you to Empty Bowls on Saturday, January 27, 2018 from 11 a.m. till 2 p.m. Empty Bowls is a unique fundraising event where guests can choose a beautiful bowl to take home as a reminder of all of the empty bowls in our community. The goal is to raise awareness for hunger while also raising critical funds to provide food assistance to those struggling with hunger locally. A tasting of signature dishes from multiple local restaurants will be served, accompanied by music, activities and a silent auction. Ticket sales support the fight against hunger through the Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana. For tickets and information go to
the website fbnela.org or call the Food Bank at 322-3567.

The Skit Guys

The comedy team, The Skit Guys are coming to Christ Church in West Monroe. It will be Tuesday 1/30. For more details call the church at 387-7035 or go to christchurch.la

Dancing with the Louisiana Stars

The Louisiana Delta Ballet is putting on the “Dancing with the Louisiana Stars“ fundraising benefit Friday February 2nd at the Monroe Civic Center. The event pairs local celebrities with dancers from the Louisiana Delta Ballet. Tables are available. For more information call 345-1155.

“By All Means” Missions Conference

Join Living Way Apostolic Church West Monroe for their first ever “By All Means” Missions Conference. It’s scheduled for Friday through Sunday February 9th to the 11th. Their goal is to let God remind you of His plan and purpose for you: that we, through Him, might save some. For more information call 318-387-3979.

NELA Homebuilders Expo

The NELA Homebuilders Expo will be at the Monroe Civic Center Saturday February 17th and Sunday the 18th. Hours will be 9a-5p Saturday, 11a-5p Sunday. This gives you the chance to shop for furniture, appliances, lawn & garden equipment and much more. For more details call 387-6795

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