Grace Christian School of Alexandria won the $10,000 grand prize Tuesday night in the grand finale of the Get Healthy Cenla Video Challenge. The school’s 30-second video “Be Strange, Eat Healthy: the New Normal” won first place before a panel of expert judges.
The Get Healthy Cenla Video Challenge Film Festival will be broadcast live online Tuesday night, May 10, allowing everyone the chance to see which high school team wins the $10,000 grand prize.
The Rapides Foundation is accepting Letter of Intent submissions for its May 15 grant cycle. These grants are intended to support projects or programs that address specific issues of interest to the Foundation. Proposals should impact residents within Allen, Avoyelles, Catahoula, Grant, LaSalle, Natchitoches, Rapides, Vernon and Winn parishes.
The Rapides Foundation plans to transfer ownership of a building at 1751 Jackson St., Alexandria, to a nonprofit agency offering a competitive proposal to put the property to use with a well-defined program showing sustainable community benefit. This building formerly housed the MRI Center.
Schools and communities are holding activities April 18-24 for Turnoff Week, a nationally recognized week that encourages people to step away from their computer and TV screens, and engage in healthy activities.