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Central Speaks Hits the Streets and Mailboxes
Intro to Email, Central Library, 11AM
Cross Stitch Lessons, Pride-Chaneyville Library, 1PM
Powerpoint Basics, Greenwell Springs Library, 3PM
CPS Soccer at Laurel Christian, 3PM
Sports Central Radio Show, 910 AM, 5PM
Food Addicts Anonymous, Lane RMC, 5:30PM
Corpus Christi Prayer Group, St. Alphonsus, 7PM

FRIDAY 1/22:

Artist’s Paint-In/Crafts Work Room at Magnolia UMC, 9:30AM-12PM
CPS JH/Varsity Boys & Girls Basketball at Silliman, 4PM
CHS Boys Basketball at Scotlandville, 5PM
CHS Girls Basketball vs Scotlandville, Home, 6PM
CHS Girls Soccer at Belaire, 6PM


Magnolia UMC Community Market, 8AM
BREC Frenchtown Conservation Area Woods Walk, 9-11AM
Live Music with Tanner Stockton, Central Perk, 1-3PM
Mardi Gras Mask Upcycled Craft, Greenwell Springs Library, 2PM
See you at church!

SUNDAY 1/24:
MONDAY 1/25:

CHS Boys Bowling vs Runnels, All Star, 3:15PM
CHS Girls Bowling vs Woodlawn, All Star, 3:15PM


AARP Driver Safety Program, Lane RMC, 9AM
Preschool Storytime, Greenwell Springs Library, 10AM
Anime Lovers Unite, Central Library, 4PM
CPS JH/V Girls and Boys Basketball vs Bens Ford, Home, 4PM
Family Storytime, Central Library, 4:30PM
CHS Boys Basketball vs Denham Springs, Home, 5PM
CHS Girls Basketball at Denham Springs, 6PM
CHS Girls Soccer vs Woodlawn, Home, Senior Night, 6PM
City Council Meeting, 6PM


Toddler Storytime, Central Library, 10AM
Preschool Storytime, Central Library, 10:30AM
Toddler Storytime, Pride-Chaneyville Library, 10:30AM
Preschool Storytime, Pride-Chaneyville Library, 10:30AM
CHS Boys & Girls Bowling vs St. Thomas Aquinas, Tangi Lanes, 3:15PM
CHS Boys Soccer vs Broadmoor, Home, 6PM


Central Speaks Hits the Streets
CPS Soccer at Natchez Cathedral
Central Book Club, Central Library, 11AM
Cross Stitch Lessons, Pride-Chaneyville Library, 1PM
Intro to Excel, Greenwell Springs Library, 3PM
Sports Central Radio Show, 910 AM, 5PM
Board of Adjustments Meeting, Kristenwood, 5PM
Food Addicts Anonymous, Lane RMC, 5:30PM
Planning and Zoning Meeting, Kristenwood, 6PM
CHS Girls Soccer at Live Oak, 6PM
PJ/Night Storytime, Greenwell Springs Library, 7PM

Thursday, January 21, 2016 • CentralSpeaks.com Print Edition

Tickets on Sale for CCAF
Valentine’s Ribeye Dinner

The Central Community
Assistance Foundation (CCAF)
will host a fundraising event on
February 13, 2016. Bring your
“honey” to our Valentine’s Ribeye
Dinner. The CHS Jazz Combo
will perform, and there will be a
silent auction. Come join us and
help our kids!

Funds generated by this
event will help needy children in
Central receive school supplies,
food, coats, and uniforms for
DATE: Saturday, February 13, 7
p.m. (doors open at 6:45 p.m.)

Greenwell Springs Road.
COST: $50 per person (We
can reserve a table of 8 for
friends/family.) Tickets must be
purchased prior to the event, so
we can plan for the appropriate
amount of food.
Tire, Central Early Learning
Center (previously known as
Central Christian Academy on
Joor), Central School Board

For information call:
650-2906 or email jstevens@
centralcss.org. Thank you for
your support!

FBC to Host Valentine’s
Day Banquet February 13

Submitted by First Baptist Church Central

The annual Valentine's Day Fundraiser Banquet for the youth to
earn their way to camp will be held Saturday evening, February 13 at 6
p.m. in the church gym. Tickets are on sale from youth at the church or
in the church office. They are $15 each for a great chicken dinner.

Each year we try to have some good, clean entertainment, as
well. Since our pastor is Daryl Purpera, State Legislative Auditor, he
has been able to get Senator Jonathan Perry, State Senator from Kaplin,
LA, to come this year. Mr. Perry does stand-up Cajun comedy, so you
should be in for a real treat, as well as a good meal.

Come out for a fun evening while supporting the youth of
Central. First Baptist Church Central is located at 9676 Sullivan Road,
Baton Rouge, LA 70818. Call (225) 261-3722 with any questions.

January is National Blood Donor Month
Blood Drive to be held at Lane Regional
Medical Center January 29
From Lane RMC

Lane Regional Medical
Center and United Blood Services
will hold a blood drive on Friday,
January 29, from 7:00 a.m.2:30 p.m., in the hospital’s Staff
Development Classroom.

Blood is traditionally in
short supply during the winter
months due to the holidays, travel
schedules, inclement weather, and
illness. January, in particular, is a
difficult month for blood centers
to collect blood donations. A
reduction in turnout can put our
nation’s blood inventory at a

critical low. January has been
designated as National Blood
Donor Month to encourage donors
to give blood.

The blood drive is free and
open to the public. Appointments
are not required, but donors are
encouraged to sign up online at
www.UnitedBloodServices.org Code: LaneRegional

Please note: United Blood
Services is the sole provider of
blood to Lane Regional Medical
Center, so your donation will
directly benefit Lane and the
communities we serve.


For Sale: 98 Chevrolet Corvette white w/ For Sale: 1 cord of firewood 4 ft high x 16
removable sunroof, very low mileage, ex. ft long $225. 1/2 cord of firewood 4 ft high
condition. Call 261-7356
x 8 ft long $125. 225-261-8122
Cleaning: Christian, dependable lady - Caregiver: 35 years experience. In home.
House cleaning, office cleaning, & sitter. Day/night/live-in. 654-3313 or 301-2663
Call Norma at 261-3754 or 485-1084.
Garage Sale: Tools, housewares, furniture,
For Lease: 1000 square foot office
clothes, electronics, home decor. Fri & Sat
building. 12023 Sullivan Rd. behind
7am-Noon. 13821 Denham Road.
Lancasters $850 per month. Call 261-5000.
Garage Sale: Saturday Only, January 23.
Wanted: Magnolia Methodist Church
8am-3pm 11966 Sullivan Rd, Central
Thrift Store wants your yard sale leftovers!
Wsh/Dry,Pool Table,Riding Lwn Mower
Call 225-261-2789 for information.
Email classifieds@centralspeaks.com. Deadline MONDAY at 5 PM.
Real estate & professional ads are $10 for 3 lines, plus $3 per extra line.
Other ads are free for 3 lines (35 characters per line).