TRIAD: Sheriff’s Office Annual Fish Fry Honors Seniors
Posted on October 31, 2014 at 4:48 PM
The Annual TRIAD Fish Fry sponsored by the Franklin Parish Sheriff’s Office on Friday, October 10, 2014, was attended by over 400 senior citizens from throughout the parish. The event honors local seniors for their contributions to their community and country and provides an opportunity for them to gain information on crime prevention as well as services offered in the community which target their specific needs.
This years event was held at Winnsboro United Pentecostal Church.
Sheriff Cobb recognized 26 seniors who had celebrated their 90th birthday and beyond, three who have reached their 100th birthday. The 100-year-olds include Beatrice Netherland and Booker T. Burkhalter, both of whom remain active and are living in their own homes, and Mary Spence, who resides at Charlyn Rehabilitation and Nursing Center. The honored seniors who are in their 90s included Pauline Stitt, James Tate, Margarette Kincaid, Roosevelt Bowie, Estella Gardenhi, Ed Lee Jr., Owen White, Coran Elzy, James Gray, Lillie Cotton, Bud Thomas, Margarette Murphy, Irene Ives, Ida Thomas, Sarah Erskin, Ella Cummins, Pauline McCurley, Bertha Jones, Irene Bible, Robert Fulford, John Allen, Geneva Foy, Dallas Batey, Harold Robinson, Minnie McNease and Almeda Caston.
If you would like more information about our TRIAD program please contact the TRIAD office at (318)435-6801.