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Southeastern hosts annual artists showcase
Southeastern President John L. Crain and Mrs. Marjorie Morrison of Hammond view the painting “Vegetation” by area artist Rosemary Goodell at the fifth annual Louisiana Fine Arts Showcase held July 14 at the Southeastern President’s residence. Displayed throughout the public areas of the residence, the exhibit features loaned works in various media by 29 area artists. Morrison is a member of the Fine Art Selection Committee, which chooses works for the display.
Coaches Caravan scheduled July 25, 26 and 28
Head football coach Mike Lucas and head baseball coach Jay Artigues will headline a list of Lion and Lady Lion coaches when the Southeastern Coaches’ Caravan kicks off its annual tour today (July 25).
The event will be held in three locations and is sponsored by the Southeastern Alumni Association. Lucas will appear at all three stops.
The first stop is tonight in Amite at 6 p.m. at LaCaretta Mexican Restaurant, 122 S.W. Central Ave., with Lucas, Artigues and women’s basketball coach Lori Davis Jones headlining the event. The tour continues on Tuesday, July 26 when it moves to Baton Rouge for a noon event at Superior Grill at 5435 Government St.
The Lake House, 2025 Lakeshore Dr., in historic Mandeville is the final stop on July 28 at 6 p.m. Sponsored by the West St. Tammany Chapter of Southeastern Alumni Association, the event will also feature golf coach Tim Baldwin and track and field coach Sean Brady.
For more information, contact the Southeastern Alumni Association at (985) 549-2150.
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Notarial Preparation Course (15 Tuesdays beginning Aug. 23, 6:30 – 9 p.m.)
In preparation for the notarial exam, the course topics include duties of a notary, contracts, juridical acts, donation, wills, miscellaneous acts, and more. The cost is $575 with the books costing an additional $270.
ACT Test Preparation (5 Mondays beginning Aug. 4, 5 – 7 p.m.)
This course helps high school students develop the skills to improve their ACT scores, emphasizing mathematics and English. The maximum number of students per session is 10. If paid and registered one week prior to start of class, students will receive an ACT prep book at no additional cost. The cost is $275.
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