Amite Tangi Digest

Amite Tangi Digest
Amite Tangi Digest is listed in the Newspapers category in Amite, Louisiana. Displayed below are the social networks for Amite Tangi Digest which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Amite Tangi Digest on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

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120 NE Central Ave
Amite, LA 70422
(985) 748-7156

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RT @OFAAthletics: Congratulations to Jude Giardina & Hayden Dupuy for making the 2017 MAIS Baseball Allstar team!! #JacketPride

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Scenes from Amite's spring game. Photos by Jesse Brooks @ Amite High School

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Florida Parishes Skeet and Conservation Association to Host Twelfth Annual Youth Skeet Shooting Competition On Saturday April 25, the Florida Parishes Skeet and Conservation Association will host the twelfth annual Samuel C. Hyde, Sr. Youth Skeet Shooting Competition. The event will be held on the beautiful grounds of the Skeet Club just east of Amite on the Tangipahoa River. Registration will open at 10:00 AM and the competition will begin at 10:30 AM. The shoot will include four divisions for youngsters with the addition this year of a new “Young Adults” division. All boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 25 are invited to participate in the shoot which is free of charge to all participants. No previous skeet shooting experience is necessary to enter the competition. The shoot, named in honor of one of the founding members of the association, long term Skeet Club board member and former Amite City councilman Sam Hyde, is designed to educate young people in the proper use of shotguns and to expose them to the thrill of competition skeet shooting. The event serves as an important component in the Skeet Club’s effort to advance knowledge of the excitement connected to hunting and other gun related sports. Qualified officials will serve as judges for the shoot. Participants will be divided into four divisions that will include novice, junior and senior youth divisions, and the young adults division according to age and skill level. A short introduction to shooting safety lesson will immediately precede the start of the competition. Sign in sheets for registration will be distributed at 10:00 AM and the first rounds will be fired for shooters in all three of the divisions on separate fields at 10:30 AM sharp. An awards ceremony replete with refreshments for the participants will follow the competition. The shoot is free and open to interested members of the public. Participants should bring ear and eye protection (sunglasses and ear plugs), at least one box of shells and any type of shotgun they wish to shoot. Shotguns will be available for use by interested children who do not own a gun. For additional information concerning the shoot, please contact the Skeet Club at 985-748-8025 or shoot chairmen Jesse McClendon at 985-748-9704 and Sam Hyde, Jr. at 985-549-2151, or email

The 20th Annual Talented Theatre Showcase will be Thursday night, April 23rd. The Showcase features great young actors from Amite High School and the Sumner school district, which includes Sumner High, Sumner Middle as well as Spring Creek and Chesbrough elementaries. "Over 60 students will perform," said Talented Theatre teacher Charley Vance. He stated the elementary and middle school students will stage Readers Theatre plays adapted from classic fables. The high school students will perform scenes from plays. "We will have scenes from Beth Henley's Crimes Of The Heart to a parody of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet," said Vance. The show begins at 7 pm and runs two hours. Admission is $1 for everyone from toddlers and senior citizens. Proceeds are used to help finance the high school movie project. "If you come and don't enjoy it, we will give you your dollar back," said Vance. Photoed is Chesbrough Elementary Talented Theatre students: first row, left to right: Matthew Sellers, Tri'Dasia Dunn, Natyri Showers and Emilee Hughes; second row: Chase Terrebonne, A'Kyia Jackson, Jayvien Thompson, Lakyn Latham and Falen Lewis.