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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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Images of Christ

Images of Christ is a major exhibit that features depictions of Jesus with artwork from various museum collections and private collectors. The works are on display now at the Biedenharn Museum in Monroe. For more details and showing information call 318-387-5281.

Camp Ch Yo Ca Registrations

Registrations are going on now for Camp Ch Yo Ca ( Cheeyoca) in West Monroe. There are Junior, Middle School and High School camps. For all the details, call 397-2313 or go to campchyoca.com.

Seeker Springs Summer Camps

Registration is going on now for summer camps at Seeker Springs. They have boys camps, girls camps, slam camp and day camps. Register before April 30th and you get a $20 discount. For more information and to register go to seekersprings.com or call(318) 249-4495

Arts Council of Northeast Louisiana Brown Bag Lunch Concert

The Arts Council of Northeast Louisiana will have their FREE Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series. Everyone is welcome to come out at noon every Wednesday in April at Anna Gray Noe Park. Limited seating is available, and picnic blankets and lawn chairs are welcome. For more details call 397-6717

Northeast Baptist School 2018 Golf Tournament

Northeast Baptist School will have it’s 2018 Golf Tournament Friday April 20th at Chennault Park Golf Course. It’s a 4 man scramble with cash prizes awarded. For more details call Kim Whitehead at 325-2077 or go to mynbs.org.

Abiding in the Vine Women’s Conference

The 2nd annual Abiding in the Vine Women’s Conference is Friday April 20th from 9 am until 3 pm at Tower Place on North 19th street in Monroe. There will be worship time and powerful teaching to help you have a clearer understanding of God’s purpose for your life. The registration fee is $40.00 and that includes lunch. For more information call 267-4373.

Ballet Under the Stars

Twin City Ballet Company invites you to Ballet Under the Stars, Friday and Saturday April 20th & 21st, at Kiroli Park. The food and fun begins at 6:00 and the performance begins at 7:00. Food trucks will be on hand. Tickets: $25 – Adults,  $10 – Students 18 and Under,  Children Under 3 Free. For more details call 396-4016

Family Day in the Park

The Children’s Coalition for Northeast Louisiana and Delta Fest presents Family Day in the Park at Forsythe Park to celebrate the Week of the Young Child 2018. There will be a rock wall, story time, food vendors, fun activities for all ages, sack race, face painting, jumpers and much more! It’s Saturday April 21st from 10am until 3pm. For more details, call 329-2439.

Comcast Cares Day

Comcast Cares Day is Saturday April 21st with a service project at Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo. There will be several beautification projects going on and you are invited to volunteer. It happens from 8am until noon. For more details call Jessica Gunter at 601-321-3882.

Earth Day Celebration

The Earth Day Celebration this year is Saturday April 21st. The activities begin at 10am and go until 1 at the Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge. It’s free and for the whole family. For more details call 355-5622 or go to ouachitagreen.org.

Zumbathon Charity Event

The 2nd annual Zumbathon Charity Event Benefiting the ULM Autism Center is Saturday April 21st.. The event is Disney themed so bring the kids in their costumes. There will be Zumba instructors on site. Admission is $10 per person, $5 for ULM students, military and senior citizens. It goes from 10am until 2pm. For more details go to ulm.edu/autismcenter or call 342-1000.

New Chapel Hill Revival

New Chapel Hill Baptist/WM has revival services 4/22-4/25 will Bill Robertson as evangelist, Darrell Robertson will lead music. Service times are 10:45 and 6:00 on Sunday, 6:30 Monday through Wednesday. For more details call the church at 396-2433.

Hospice Promise Fundraiser, “Celebrate Your Heroes” 5K

The first Hospice Promise Fundraiser, “Celebrate Your Heroes” 5K and 1 mile fun run/walk will be happening Saturday April 28th at Chennault Park in Monroe. The entry fee is $25 and that includes a T-shirt. All money raised will benefit hospice patients and their families in our area. Register in person at 1101 Hudson Lane, Suite D in Monroe or call 322-2235.

Shotgun Shells and Crawfish Tails

Shotgun Shells and Crawfish Tails, A sporting clays tournament will be happening Saturday April 28th at the Sheriffs office shooting range. Registration is $300 per 5 person team. To register call the West Monroe/West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce at 325-1961.

Superheroes for Autism 5K Run/Walk

The 4th annual Superheroes for Autism 5K Run/Walk will be Saturday April 28th. This is a family friendly event and all proceeds go to Families Helping Families of Northeast La. For more details or to register see the Superheroes for Autism 5K on Facebook. Or email superheroesforautism@yahoo.com.

Downtown Cinema

Join Downtown Cinema Saturday April 28th as they kick off their 2018 season with The Little Rascals! It’s located at 220 Desiard Street in Monroe. They’ll have free popcorn and water, just bring your own seating. The movie starts at dark.

American Red Cross BASH

The American Red Cross BASH returns Saturday, April 28. Come enjoy great food, great friends and the chance to go home with great auction items. It’s held at AV Flight, Hangar 9. For more details call 318-865-9545.

Home Tour and Luncheon

The Children’s Museum of Monroe has their annual Home Tour and Luncheon, Saturday April 28th. Tickets for the luncheon and tour are $50.00, tour only tickets are $20.00. Money raised benefits new exhibits and outreach programs. For more details, call 361-9611.

National Day of Prayer Breakfast

The National Day of Prayer breakfast is scheduled for Thursday May 3rd, 6:30a at the West Monroe Civic Center. Tickets are $10.00.

Twin City Crawfish Festival

Twin City Crawfish Festival will be happening at the Ike Hamilton Expo Center in West Monroe May 3rd through 6th. There will be boiled crawfish, fair rides, games, live music, a petting farm, clothes/hand made crafts/jewelry, raffles, Louisiana inspired foods, sno cones, face painting, and praise and worship bands on Sunday. For more details call  318-325-9160.

Boys & Girls Club Golf Classic

The 23rd annual Boys & Girls Club Golf Classic is May 4th at Frenchman’s Bend golf course. It’s an 18 hole, 4 man scramble to benefit the boys and girls clubs of Northeast Louisiana. Lunch will be catered, there will be On-course snacks and cold drinks. For more information call 318-323-5368.

Relay for Life of Northeast Louisiana

Relay for Life of Northeast Louisiana is set to take place Friday May 4th at 6:00 p.m. at Forsythe Park. This year’s event will have live entertainment, food and fun – as the community joins together with cancer survivors and caregivers, teams and businesses. This is the biggest fundraising event of the American Cancer Society, bringing communities together to raise funds and unite against every type of cancer. For more details, call 398-7248.

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