CASA of Terrebonne teenagers need to be sponsored - click the link to find out more.
"Adopting” a neglected or abused foster teen during the holidays can inspire a sense of giving in your children and family. While our younger CASA children will be getting gifts from local companies and organizations, our CASA teenagers need to be sponsored. CASA of Terrebonne is asking for you, your church, company or program to "adopt" a teenager this Christmas.
Please visit our website to read the description of the child and how you can choose your teen. https://bit.ly/2OMFMsU ... See more
How about fixing your antenna?? Can't even pick you up in Mathews!!😤😤😤😤
Congratulations to the Rock 97.7 Office of the Week Winners the Motley Crew at Fernis Leblanc Tile--Employees of the year so says Mike St. John.😎🤟👇 Enjoy your free lunch from Copeland's on MLK Blvd in Houma! Register your workplace at rock977.net for a chance to win next week! ... See more
Lockport Christmas Parade!
🎅🏻🤶🏻🎄 Save the Date 🎄🤶🏻🎅🏻
The 28th Annual Lockport Christmas Parade will be held on Saturday, December 7, 2019, at 5:30PM.
The Grand Marshall’s Toast will be held on Saturday, December 7, 2019, at 4:30PM at the field located on Church Street and Seventh Street near the beginning of the parade route.
🎅🏻 Santa 🎅🏻 and friends will be at the Grand Marshall toast for photos with all of our friends!
The parade will follow its annual route; maps of the route are included in this post.
Please come out and join us for one of our favorite events of the year, we hope to see each and every one of you there!! ... See more
Join us for "Showing Off on the Bayou," an annual arts reception at the Dularge Branch Library. Art work, quilting projects, and crafts, all done by patrons of the library, will be on display for your enjoyment.
Monday, December 2 @ 7 PM -- you don't want to miss it! Refreshments served. #terrebonnelibrary ... See more
Library Lady tomorrow at 3pm!
The Dulac Pontoon Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic only for an annual maintenance check.
The ladies at Joe’s Boots thanks you for the treats from Peterson’s Donuts this morning. Have a great day.
Sheriff Craig Webre reported that a suicidal woman in Scotland received assistance after a Lafourche resident saw a social media post and contacted the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office.
On the afternoon of November 8, 2019, a Lafourche Parish woman saw a post in a Facebook group about suicide awareness and prevention in which a woman in Scotland indicated she had possibly overdosed on medication and was armed with a knife. After a few minutes in which the woman had not responded to anyone on the post, the Lafourche Parish woman attempted to contact authorities in Scotland but was unable to reach them. At that point, she contacted the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office for assistance.
The woman’s profile indicated she lived in Kilmarnock, Scotland, and LPSO Communications deputies made contact with a local police department there. Within a short time, officers in Kilmarnock were able to properly identify and locate the woman. She was found to be having suicidal thoughts but was otherwise in good health. Officers said they would take the woman to receive help.
“This incident illustrates how social media has seemingly made the world a smaller place in that we were able to find a way to help a woman thousands of miles away,” said Sheriff Webre. “We thank our law enforcement partners in Scotland for their swift response in this matter, and we especially thank the local citizen who reported this to us. In all likelihood, she saved this woman’s life.”
Sheriff Webre reminds citizens to report any suspicious or criminal activity seen on social media. “The more information we have on any situation, the better we can respond to it,” said Sheriff Webre. “As our local citizen did in this incident, you should always try to determine the origin of a post and report it to the law enforcement agency in that jurisdiction. If you are unable to determine where a post originated, you can still contact your local law enforcement agency to investigate.” ... See more
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