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Union Parish Egg Hunt
on tap tomorrow
The Farmerville Recreation Department and Union Parish will host the annual Union Parish Easter Egg Hunt from 10 a.m. to noon on March 29 at the Willie Davis Recreation Center, 116 Cox Ferry Road in Farmerville.
Bring your baskets. There will be door prizes, music, a whole lot of Easter Eggs and, of course, the Easter Bunny.

Library to offer one-day women’s self-defense class
A one-day self defense class will be held at the Union Parish Library April 6 from 3-5 p.m.
Girls below age 15 must be accompanied by an adult, who is not obligated to participate but must be on the premises during the class.
The library is located at 202 W Jackson St in Farmerville. Call 368-9226 for more information.

Annual CleanUP day
set for April 27
The annual CleanUP day, when parish churches, businesses and organizations of all types spend a day picking up trash around the parish, is set for April 27.
The yearly community effort is coordinated by the Keep Union Beautiful organization.
To register for the event, groups should choose a section of parish roadway and email to let them know where your group will be working.
While supplies last, t-shirts will be provided to registered volunteers. Groups should include in their registration email the sizes needed to outfit their team.
Trash bags will be provided, also while supplies last, and will be available for pick up beginning April 22.
LDWF announces annual duck stamp competition

LDWF has announced the featured species for the 2025 Louisiana Duck Stamp competition: the black-bellied whistling duck.
Colloquially referred to as “black-bellied tree ducks” or “Mexican squealers,” this waterfowl species is one of the few that has not previously been the subject of Louisiana’s duck stamp art competition.
To enter, an artist must submit an original, unpublished work of art featuring the duck and its associated habitat. Entries will be accepted from Oct. 14-Oct. 22, with the contest to be held in the Joe L. Herring Louisiana Room at the LDWF Headquarters building, beginning at 10 a.m. on Oct. 23. The public is invited to attend.
A note to artists: There is a requirement that the associated habitat be representative of Louisiana wetlands.

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