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Two Zachary CASA volunteers step up

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- New to the Capital Area Court Appointed Special Advocates program, Sheila Tabron, of Zachary, is working her first case as a CASA volunteer.

For Sheila Tabron, formerly of North Carolina, a TV commercial drew her to volunteering to help children through the Capital Area Court Appointed Special Advocate Association. Tabron was unpacking in November 2015 after moving to Zachary when she saw the commercial talking about CASA’s need for volunteers. The Capital Area Court CASA program recruits, trains and… Continue reading →

Zachary Advocate spotlight: Northwestern Elementary

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Karen Knecht's 2015-16 kindergarten class at Northwestern Elementary School in Zachary is the spotlight class for June. Pupils in front row, from left, are Breighlyn Adams, Jonothan Borskey-Edwards, Robert Bradford, Milo Charlet, Justin Collette and Ezra Enfinger; middle row, Gerald Anthony, Jaslyn Freeman, Renee Gallion, Julia Graves, Brigit Hooper, Camille Landry and Mackensie Nivens; and back row, Tayden Patin, Maria Reed, Madison Smith, Carson Southall, Annie Troth, Remington Steinberger, Kailee White and Brandon Smith with Knecht standing in back.

The Zachary Advocate and Plainsman’s recent Spotlight Classroom was Karen Knecht’s 2015-16 kindergarten class at Northwestern Elementary School. Students were asked the following question: If you could be any animal, what would you be, and why? BREIGHLYN ADAMS: “I would be a zebra because zebras have black and white stuff.” GERALD ANTHONY:… Continue reading →

United Methodist Church holds vacation Bible school

Photo provided by Cyndi Hadden -- More than 100 children and 20 volunteers participated in vacation bible school at Zachary United Methodist Church June 13-16. This year's bible school event was themed 'Cave Quest.'

Zachary United Methodist Church held its vacation Bible school for area youth ages 5 through fifth grade June 13-16. Each day, more than 100 children and 20 volunteers participated in Bible school activities, including arts and crafts, Bible story time, recreation, science and cooking, and music and singing centered on the theme: “Cave Quest: Following Jesus, the… Continue reading →

Student named to Wheaton dean’s list

Wheaton College student Summer Steely, of Zachary, has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester. To earn dean’s list honors at Wheaton, an undergraduate student must carry 12 or more credit hours and achieve a 3.5 gpa or higher on the 4.0 scale. Wheaton College is a coeducational Christian liberal arts… Continue reading →

Around Zachary for June 30, 2016

Stacy Gill

For users of the internet-based retailer Amazon, the program Amazon Smile benefits Zachary teachers. Amazon will donate 0.5 percent on eligible purchases when shopping at Users must select FAZE, the Foundation Assisting Zachary Educators, as their charity of choice to help out local educators.… Continue reading →

Zachary Sports for June 30, 2016

Advocate staff photo by HILARY SCHEINUK -- Zachary's Janie O'Connor wins the girls 60-meter dash in 7.48 seconds, the seventh fastest time in the nation at the LHSAA state indoor track meet in February at LSU's Carl Maddox Field House.

Zachary’s Janie O’Connor continues to add to her impressive list of accomplishments. The junior track standout was most recently named the Louisiana Gatorade Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year. She is the second Zachary High athlete to earn a Gatorade award during the 2015-16 school year. Senior quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr., who guided the… Continue reading →

Baker Police bookings for June 16-22, 2016

The following people were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the Baker Police Department from June 16-22: BROOKS, ISIS: 36, 2708 Greenwell St., Baton Rouge, bench warrant for failure to appear for theft. CARNEY, DEMOCKA: 35, 8020 E. Dyer Road, Baker, bench warrants for failure to appear for three counts of no driver’s license, improper… Continue reading →

Alumni gather for 50th reunion

Photo provided by Olivia Burns -- Zachary High Schools Class of 1966 held its 50-year reunion at Fennwood Hills Country Club in Zachary on June 18. Members of the class include residents of Zachary and East and West Feliciana parishes, such as former coach Billy Honeycutt, of St. Francisville, and former physical education teacher Nelwyn Hatcher Tynes, of Clinton.

Zachary High School’s Class of 1966 held its 50-year reunion at Fennwood Hills Country Club in Zachary on June 18. Alumni from as far away as Oregon attended, visiting with classmates and sharing memories, alumna Olivia Stelly Burns said. Of the 80 people who attended the reunion, about half were graduates. Music was performed… Continue reading →

Rideau honored at LMA district meeting

Photo provided by Kelly Drone -- Attending the Distict H meeting of the Louisiana Municipal Association in Baker on June 16, from left, are Lawrence Henagan, mayor of DeQuincy; Barney Arceneaux, mayor of Gonzales; Carroll Breaux, mayor of Springhill and LMA president; Harry Lewis, mayor of Rayville; Harold Rideau, mayor of Baker; and Ronnie Harris, LMA executive director.

During the Louisiana Municipal Association’s District H meeting in Baker on June 16, Mayor Harold Rideau was honored on the occasion of his final meeting. His last day as Baker mayor is Thursday. Municipal Association President Carroll Breaux and officers presented Rideau with a resolution and gift. Grosse Tete Mayor Michael Chauffe was elected as… Continue reading →

MLK Committee awards annual scholarships

Photo provided by Kimberly Hickman -- The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Zachary Committee awarded 10 area graduates with scholarship awards on June 6. Recipients with guest speaker Shantel Williams, center, include, first row from left, Symone Jackson, Tyson Hives, Patrick Cannon, Christopher Weathersby and Alexis Scott; and back row, Aaron Celestine and Roderic Newton. Not shown are Marvin Hamilton Jeanaro James II and Tiana Thomas.

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Zachary Committee awarded 10 recent high school graduates with scholarships at the organization’s annual scholarship luncheon June 6. The 10 graduates from East Baton Rouge Parish also received gifts. Recipients included Patrick Cannon Jr., Aaron Celestine, Marvin Hamilton III, Symone Jackson and Roderic Newton, of Zachary High School; Alexis Scott,… Continue reading →

Zachary Police bookings for June 16-24, 2016

The following people were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison or issued a summons by the Zachary Police Department from June 16-24: BROWN, QUINTIN: 32, 21020 La. 19, Zachary, failure to appear for outstanding bench warrants. CASTILLE, AMI: 29, 206 E. Henry St., Rayne, simple criminal damage to property, criminal mischief and entering or remaining after being… Continue reading →


Advocate staff photo by HILARY SCHEINUK -- Fennwood's Joaquin Adams, 7, comes up for a breath in the boys 7- to 8-year-old 100-yard freestyle relay during a swim meet June 23 at the Aqua PARDS Aquatics Park in Denham Springs.

The Fennwood Hills Country Club Dolphins, a swim team in Zachary that includes 39 members ranging from ages 4 to 18, competed June 23 at the Aqua PARDS Aquatics Park in Denham Springs. The event was a tri-meet between Fennwood, PARDS and Pelican Point Waves, of Ascension Parish. The… Continue reading →

Residents urged to be alert after shooting, car burglaries

Johnny Dillon

A shooting and vehicle burglaries were investigated by Zachary police earlier this month. Several Zachary residents reported hearing gunshots in the area of Cherry and Robert streets about 6:30 p.m. June 19, police Chief David McDavid said. Zachary detectives, who were working nearby on an unrelated case, were able to respond quickly, McDavid said. According… Continue reading →

EBR Sheriff’s bookings from June 16-25, 2016

The following Baker and Zachary residents were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office from June 16-25: DANTZLER, CHRISTINA: 36, 1920 Florida St., Baker, driving while intoxicated, no seat belt and no child seat restraints. KLEINPETER, JACK: 53, 5270 Rolling Acres, Baker, domestic abuse battery. PARKER, RANSOM: 19, 4167 Chestnut… Continue reading →

Louisiana Forestry Foundation awards 45 scholarships

The Louisiana Forestry Foundation awarded 45 scholarships to college students for the 2016-17 academic year totaling $54,500. The scholarships were awarded to students who are majoring in forestry at Louisiana Tech, LSU and Oakdale Technical College. The students will receive funds from the endowed named scholarships that provide income without using the principal of the… Continue reading →

Council meeting gets heated

A routine agenda item to approve the resubdivision of a tract of land ended up sparking a heated discussion at the Zachary City Council meeting Tuesday, with residents voicing concerns that a subdivision to be built along La. 964 near Flanacher Road would bring too many people into the area and put further strain on the growing city’s… Continue reading →

School Board approves 2016-17 budget

With little fanfare, the Zachary Community School Board on Tuesday approved a balanced budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year — one that includes step raises for district employees. The board also gave Superintendent Scott Devillier a 3.50 out of a possible 4 in his annual evaluation, after an executive session to discuss the matter. Board… Continue reading →

Zachary working on website for economic growth

Zachary’s Economic Development Council is working on a website to provide ongoing information regarding growth in the community. The site is expected to provide details on commercial projects that have submitted development plans in Zachary, such as one that is tentatively scheduled to appear on the City Council agenda as early as August. Mayor David Amrhein… Continue reading →

Students donate food harvested from garden

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- Zachary High student Rebecca Day, a member of Future Farmers of America, attacks weeds growing in the community garden in Zachary at the Men's Club on June 15. She and other FFA students will be volunteering their time once a week this summer.

Several Zachary High Future Farmers of America members,volunteered June 15 to harvest vegetables from the community garden behind the Zachary Men’s Club and Food Pantry. The six students — ranging from soon-to-be sophomores to seniors — were accompanied by agriscience teacher and FFA adviser, Melissa Brumbaugh. The group was assisted by Men’s Club member Charles… Continue reading →

Around Zachary for June 23, 2016

Stacy Gill

A free introduction to pilates will be presented by Laura O’Brien, of Fitness Design for Women, from 11 a.m. to noon Tuesday in the Zachary library’s meeting room, 1900 Church St. It’s teen game night from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Zachary library.… Continue reading →

Zachary Sports for June 23, 2016

Zachary softball coach Courtney Barbour (right) coaches first base for McNeese during a game this spring.

After a brief search, Courtney Liddle Barbour has been named the new softball coach at Zachary High School. “She is a perfect fit for our athletic program,” said Athletic Director Jesse Cassard. “She comes with great experience. She is a champion and will do great things for Zachary.” Barbour previously served for a year as an… Continue reading →

District employees, teachers appreciated

Photo provided by Jamie Presley -- A group of city employees and fire and police department personnel from Zachary volunteered to fry fish for teachers in the Zachary Community School District in May for Teacher Appreciation Week. Volunteering, front row, from left, are Zachary Fire Department Capt. Todd Phenald, ZFD Capt. Casey Phenald and firefighter Michael Keller; police officers Shawn Pratt and Emily Nichols; city employee Darryl Wilcox; ZFD Deputy Chief Glenn Triche, firefighter Jeremy Wilks and Deputy Chief Chris Lawton; and city employee Chip Troth; and back row, Allie Grace Anderson with her great uncle, Mayor David Amrhein; city employee Jeff Johnson; firefighter Gordon Segraves; and city administrator Steve Nunnery.

Each May, during Teacher Appreciation Week, a fish fry is held for Zachary school district educators to thank them for their hard work throughout the school year. Personnel from city government, as well as from the fire and police departments, volunteered to fry about 80 pounds of fish each day during the weeklong event, held May 2-6.… Continue reading →

‘Broadway’ event brings in bucks for health care

Photo provided by Rip Rittell -- Theresa Payment, left, executive director of the Lane Regional Medical Center Foundation, with Dr. Elizabeth Heirtzler at the A Night on Broadway fundraiser on May 21. The event raised more than $14,000 in support of the hospital services and technology and was held at Heirtzler's Zachary home.

A Night on Broadway, a Broadway-themed fundraising effort, was held May 21 at the home of Zachary dentist Elizabeth Heirtzler. Broadway songs performed by area teens entertained about 100 guests, and through a silent auction and tickets to the event, more than $14,000 was raised for Lane Regional Medical Center. Lane Regional Medical Center Foundation Executive… Continue reading →

McNeese names area president’s list, honor roll students

Shelby N. Michael, of Zachary, has been named to the president’s honor list for the spring 2016 semester at McNeese State University. To be eligible, an undergraduate student must earn at least a 3.5 GPA or better while carrying at least 15 semester hours. Also, Kyra S. Anderson and Mary Grace Brian, of Slaughter, and Drewe… Continue reading →

K-9 shows off his skills at Zachary YMCA camp

Photo provided by Kristen Hogan -- Sgt. Brian Morris, of the Zachary Police Department, issues a command to his partner, K-9 Neko, during a demonstration for youth attending summer camp at the Americana YMCA in June.

Sgt. Brian Morris, K-9 Neko and DARE Officer Desirée Kent, of the Zachary Police Department, visited youth attending summer camp at Americana YMCA in Zachary on June 3. The young campers enjoyed watching Neko execute commands given by Morris in obedience and agility. Morris said Neko assists with indoor and outdoor searches, narcotics detection… Continue reading →

Capital Area Human Services relaunches site

Capital Area Human Services has launched the redesigned, a website detailing the organization’s services and support for residents with mental health, substance abuse or developmental disability challenges. “Our decision to redesign our website reflects our commitment to improve service accessibility in our region,” said Executive Director Jan Kasofsky. “We are ensuring… Continue reading →

Kindergarten students collect food to donate

Photo provided by Susan Varnadore -- Northwestern Elementary School teacher Phyllis Manuel and her kindergarten class delivered 60 pounds of food they helped collect to the Zachary Food Pantry, following a May food drive. Between the school's faculty, students and their families, 867 pounds of food were donated.

With a focus on collecting peanut butter and jelly, kindergarten students at Northwestern Elementary School in Zachary held a food drive in May for the Zachary Food Pantry. The students collected 300 pounds of peanut butter and jelly, roughly a third of an overall donation of 867 pounds of food items, according to Vince Giaccone, food pantry… Continue reading →

Buddies bond over books

Photo provided by Nancy Lockett -- Volunteer Thomas Dally, right, and his younger book buddy, Carson Southall, read together at the Zachary library in May. The two paired up through the library's summer program, Book Buds.

Book Buds, a program that pairs beginning readers through the fourth grade with tween and teen volunteers in grades six and up, is keeping children reading during the summer break. Instead of having the teen read to the child, the program encourages the younger reader to read to his or her older book… Continue reading →

Baker Police arrests from June 9-15, 2016

The following people were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the Baker Police Department from June 9-15: ARMWOOD, TERRANCE: 41, 4511 Ashland Drive, Baker, fugitive through the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office. BABIN, JUSTIN: 26, 2807 Rush St., Slaughter, bench warrants for failure to appear for no safety belt use, no proof of insurance in… Continue reading →

Zachary Police arrests from June 9-15, 2016

The following people were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison or issued a summons by the Zachary Police Department from June 9-15: BAJONE, TAMMY: 42, 14754 La. 416, Glynn, theft. DEARMOND, BENNETT: 39, 5125 Stearns St., Baton Rouge, failure to appear for outstanding bench warrants. FITZPATRICK, DAMON: 38, 13707 Stone Gate Drive, Baton Rouge, failure to appear… Continue reading →

EBR sheriff’s arrests for June 9-15, 2016

The following Baker and Zachary residents were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison by the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office from June 9 through June 15: GREENLEE, MATTHEW: 17, 3823 Stoney Brook Drive, Zachary, possession of Schedule I controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. GREENUP, ERIC C.: 51, 9751 Pride-Port Hudson Road, Zachary, domestic… Continue reading →

Louisiana Tech announces spring quarter honor students

Louisiana Tech University announced the names of students on its spring quarter president’s and dean’s honor lists. Students whose names are followed by an asterisk earned recognition as members of the president’s list, a distinction that signifies achievement of at least a 3.8 GPA for a minimum of nine semester hours completed with no grade lower than… Continue reading →

Pen Pals pets for June 23, 2016

Photo provided by Shane Winans -- Murphy, a 2 1/2-year-old male pit bull mix.

Pen Pals Animal Shelter is a nonprofit adoption center on the grounds of Dixon Correctional Institute, 5568 La. 68, Jackson. The no-kill shelter, open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays, has a large selection of cats and dogs ready for adoption. All animals have been spayed, neutered and vaccinated. Operated entirely through donations and volunteer… Continue reading →

Food pantry renamed after late pastor Tickles

Photo provided by Claudia J. Fisher -- A dedication ceremony was held for the Odell and Lou Tickles Food Pantry in Zachary near Slaughter on June 13. Formerly named the Greater Philadelphia Baptist Church Food Pantry, the pantry serves residents in Pride, parts of Zachary and Slaughter in East Feliciana Parish. Attending the ceremony, from left, are Sen. Mack 'Bodie' White, Greater Philadelphia pastor the Rev. Jonathan Everett, Deacon Robert Hamilton, Deacon Hewitt Lee, Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank agency relations coordinator Gloria Anderson and Metro Councilwoman Chauna Banks-Daniel; and back row, Deacon Larry Stone, Metro Councilman Trae Welch and Deacon Roger Sanford.

A dedication ceremony for the Odell and Lou Tickles Food Pantry was held June 13 at the Cook Road site. Previously named the Greater Philadelphia Baptist Church Food Pantry, the facility has been renamed in memory of the church’s late pastor, the Rev. Odell Tickles, a Slaughter resident who died in 2011 after a lengthy battle with… Continue reading →

Council OKs pay raises for police

The Zachary City Council on Tuesday approved pay raises for the city’s police officers in an effort to retain employees who may be lured away by the salaries offered at other agencies. Instead of hiring two new dispatchers, the Police Department is upping officers’ hourly pay rate from $15.50 to $16.07 and dispatchers from $13.80 to… Continue reading →

Butterfly garden honors survivors of violence

Advocate staff photo by STACY GILL -- A garden has been planted inside Bronco Circle at Zachary Youth Park in honor of victims and survivors of domestic violence through a partnership between the Butterfly Society, a local nonprofit, and the city of Zachary. Varieties of purple flowers were planted to coincide with the nationally recognized domestic violence color, purple, which symbolizes peace, courage, survival, honor and dedication to ending violence.

The Butterfly Society, a nonprofit for victims and survivors of domestic violence, partnered with the city of Zachary in dedicating a purple butterfly garden on Monday at Zachary Youth Park in Bronco Circle. Twahna P. Harris, executive director of the Butterfly Society and a survivor of domestic violence, formed the organization in 2015. She was joined at… Continue reading →

Around Zachary for June 16, 2016

Stacy Gill

Sunday is Father’s Day, and children and families everywhere will be searching for the perfect gift for dear dad. However, if your father and/or stepfather are like mine, then you’ve heard this one before: “I don’t need anything. Save your money.” I secretly think this is a bluff, and he really wants something but doesn’t know what… Continue reading →

Zachary Sports for June 16, 2016

Photo provided by Dedric Williams -- The Stateline Raiders, a 16 and under tournament basketball team, with players and coaches from West Feliciana Parish, Livonia and Zachary, won first place at the Spring Shootout in Houston on April. The team includes, front row from left, coach Bo Whitaker, Richard Harris, Johnell Cain, Devon Harris, Chad Tillery, Jadarion Davis, Antonio Whitaker, JaQuaylon Sterling and coach Len Tillery; and back row, coach Dedric Williams, Khiry Morrison and Deontae Brown. Not shown are Calvin Adams, Janero Porter and coach Dustin Guidry.

While most kids his age are spending the summer relaxing from the stresses of school, Calvin Adams, a guard on the Zachary Broncos basketball team, has been playing with the Stateline Raiders, an Amateur Athletic Union all-star team from the region. For Adams and his Zachary teammate Jadarion Davis, their time is filled with intense practice and… Continue reading →

Hospital stay made better by books

Photo provided by Jessica Concienne -- Northwestern Middle School Beta Club students in Zachary presented seven boxes of books to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and affiliate Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital recently for patients. Presenting the boxes, from left, are students Austin Nicholas, Garrett Beadle, Kyle Bennett, Ella Thompson, Terral McDonald, Machaela Neal, Sydney Doyle and Ava Baudouin.

Zachary youth undergoing treatment at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, and its affiliate, Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital in Baton Rouge, will never want for something to read during their hospital stays. In April, Northwestern Middle School Beta Club members held a book drive to benefit patients at both health care facilities.… Continue reading →

Silliman graduate awarded Lane Auxiliary scholarship

Photo provided -- Silliman Institute graduate Anna Armstrong, of Clinton, is the recipient of the Lane Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship award for 2016.

Anna Armstrong, this year’s co-valedictorian of Silliman Institute, received the annual Lane Regional Medical Center’s Auxiliary Scholarship. Armstrong, the daughter of Kyle and Karen Armstrong, of Clinton, maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout high school and was an active member of the National Beta Club and the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools’ Honor Society. She received… Continue reading →

Zachary student wins LSU scholarship

Photo provided by Crystal Evans -- Annisia Osborne, senior admissions counselor at LSU, left, presents the President’s Alumni Scholars Award to Bailey Dixon, of Zachary.

Bailey Dixon, of Zachary, has received the LSU President’s Alumni Scholars Award, given to the top 10 entering freshmen with a competitive ACT or SAT writing score submitted to LSU. Dixon recently graduated from the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts in Natchitoches. Scholarship winners had to write an essay, submit a résumé… Continue reading →

Zachary teen graduates from LSMSA with distinction

Photo provided by Crystal Evans -- Jamin Kidd, of Zachary, right, graduated with distinction from Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts on May 21. At left is his mentor, Robert Dalling.

Jamin Kidd, of Zachary, was one of six seniors to graduate with distinction, the highest academic honor given by Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts, on May 21 during a commencement ceremony in Prather Coliseum on the campus of Northwestern State University in Natchitoches. Graduation with distinction is awarded to students who complete a rigorous… Continue reading →

Americana project includes Walk-On’s, Bistro Byronz

Rendering by Commercial Properties Realty Trust -- A nighttime rendering and view of one of the two new mixed use buildings that broke ground inside the Americana development in Zachary on June 7. Top floors will feature one- and two-bedroom aprtments and the ground floor will offer retail space.

Investors, developers and contractors joined Zachary city officials and homeowners for a groundbreaking ceremony inside the Americana neighborhood development on June 7. The ceremony kicked off the construction phase of The Villages of Americana, which will feature two mixed-use buildings, as well as Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar. At the gathering, Brock Kantrow and Emelie Alton… Continue reading →

Nicholls graduates students from East Baton Rouge Parish

Autumn Rounds

Students from East Baton Rouge Parish received degrees from Nicholls State University during three commencement ceremonies on May 14. Students graduating summa cum laude earned a cumulative GPA of 3.9 or higher, magna cum laude 3.7 to 3.899 and cum laude 3.5 to 3.699. ASSOCIATE DEGREE: Bryan J. Barnes, general… Continue reading →

Zachary woman graduates in Miss.

Brittany Alane Barbay, of Zachary, was among the 385 students from Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s Wesson campus in Mississippi to graduate during commencement ceremonies. The graduates recently received degrees or certificates during the college’s spring 2016 commencement exercises held in Mullen Gymnasium.… Continue reading →