Fine Line was established to provide art, architecture, and engineering supplies as well as photo & fine art printing & finishing services to the students, professionals, and community of Ruston, LA and surrounding areas.Read More
Everything is possible. Having a champion in your organization that brings the passion to the table is going to make something happen, so if you do not have that person, find them! That is also something you should look for when you are bringing on new board members. Passion for your cause is better for the organization than money!Read More
My hope is that we rebuild our rural communities into vibrant local economies so that our children and grandchildren are able to thrive right here in Louisiana.
-Donna Issacs, Executive DirectorRead More
My greatest hope is that we can serve MORE children, MORE often in a MORE meaningful way. This will only happen when more people get involved and support the Boys and Girls Club.
-Janet WilsonRead More
My hope is to grow good food, teach others how to grow good food, and to rejoice for the land that God has given us. In doing these things we also hope to model a practical and realistic approach to small-scale farming that may inspire others to take up small-scale farming.
-Kyle ErnstRead More
“We are here to serve the public, and to help people with their dreams. If you have a business and you want to help support local artists but you're not sure how, give us a call - we'd love to brainstorm with you.”
-Jessica SlaughterRead More
It is my hope that by reaching wide in our serving we will be able to share the love of Christ in ways that transform hearts that did not know Him. I also hope that we are able to serve as examples of Christ as we go out to those in need.
-Amy StegallRead More
“Our mission is to cultivate compassion in individuals, families and communities. We bring together people in unique ways that nurture mindfulness, grace and connectedness. We invite them to live a compassionate life as Ross did; learning more about themselves, their environment and their neighbor.”
-Jane WattsRead More