Imagine not knowing where your child is or who they are with. On any day, this is unsettling.
But what about on Halloween? A day when children approach strangers’ homes to get free candy can be scarier than all the costumes and haunted houses put together. That’s especially true for parents who are, for the first time, allowing their children to trick-or-treat with a group of friends not accompanied by an adult.
NSU’s Wesley Bike Share program has wheels
Plan is ideal for coeds low on funds, looking for fun
Leah Jackson 08/19/2015
NATCHITOCHES – Northwestern State University’s Wesley Campus Ministry is partnering with local United Methodist Churches and the Natchitoches Bike organization to create Louisiana’s first free bike share program. The bike share is open to all Northwestern State and BPCC @ NSU students who are 18 and older.