The poker run will start at Pinky’s on the Bayou and go to Rascals Neighborhood Bar, Red River Casino, Our Place Bar & Grill, Rodgers Marina and end at Pinky’s on the Bayou. The after party at Pinky’s on the Bayou will feature karaoke, food, drink specials, a raffle and a silent auction.
Antiques merchants and artists will be set up in the foyer, living and dining areas in the historic building located at 802 Mar garet Place. Other collectibles will be displayed in the gallery near the rear of the building. There will be silver, crystal, china, linen, furniture and more for sale.
— The Louisiana Lottery Corporation has discovered that its drawing show, which airs on select television stations throughout the state, contained incorrect Pick 3 and Pick 4 numbers for the March 12 drawing. The official Pick 3 winning numbers for the drawing were 0-4-7.
Finley began her public service in the military in 1988 after she was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant in the United States Air Force, competing nationally and being designated as a Distinguished Graduate of the Reserve Officer Training Corps. She served for four years on active duty at England Air Force Base, La.
The concert, entitled “Women in Music,” will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 25, in Anderson Auditorium at the college’s Hurley School of Music. The concert is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted to raise money to support SAI chapter activities at Centenary.
Submissions are currently being sought for award categories ranging from Outstanding Bellman to Outstanding Event of the Year, and hospitality industry businesses like hotels, restaurants, festivals and tourist attractions are encouraged to nominate their employees and events for recognition.