Dudley DeBosier offers college scholarships

Dudley DeBosier personal injury law firm is accepting applications for its scholarship program, which is open to graduating high school seniors in Louisiana who will attend an institution of higher education within one year of graduation.

Dudley DeBosier will provide eight $1,000 scholarships and one $2,000 scholarship this year.

Students may apply for the scholarship by submitting an application and either an essay or a video public service announcement by March 13.

Application forms are available at dudleydebosier.com, at the Dudley DeBosier office at 1075 Government St., Baton Rouge, LA 70802, or by contacting Madaline King, mking@dudleydebosier.com.

St. Louis Altar Society has holiday luncheon

The St. Louis King of France Altar Society held its Christmas luncheon Dec. 15 at Don’s Seafood and Steak House. Sixty members attended.

President Teenie Bajon introduced new member Ronnie Ruth Cragin and recognized members attending the Christmas party for the first time.

Guests included the Rev. Jack Nutter, Deacon Ricky Patterson, Calvin Bajon, Alex Hunt, Rosa McLaughlin, Dolores Roberts and Kim Roberts.

Hills graduates from Army basic training

Army Pvt. Melissa D. Hills has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina.

Hills is the daughter of Calvin D. Hills, of Baton Rouge, and is a 2013 graduate of Tara High School.

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