Cre Cre's Restaurant Ribbon Cutting



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Louisiana Logger's Association and PAC  FACEBOOK PAGE
We want to congratulate the Washington Bros Logging, Inc. of Marion, La for being chosen as the LLSIF and LLA “Logger of the Year” in 2019! They have been members of both organizations for 7 years. During this time they have had no loss time accidents and they always put safety first! Lionel Washington, owner, is a 3rd generational logger. Congratulations Mr Lionel Washington on your success!!!

The Town of Marion would like to introduce the Wayne Family of Marion! The Wayne Family set a Guinness World Record for having the most family members graduate from the same University! They have had 40 graduates of Grambling State University.  Marion State Bank has posted a billboard on the Farmerville Hwy. going toward Marion announcing this amazing honor.  


A FREE Feral Hog Management Workshop and Demonstration will be held February 18, 2020!

The Free Workshop will be held at the Marion Fire Department from 5:30 pm-7:00 pm.  The Fire Department is located at 111 Gayle Street Marion, LA 71260

TO REGISTER: Call the USDA NRCS Farmerville Field Office at (318)368-8021 and leave you name and contact information or email

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for CreCre's Restaurant in Marion, LA was held May 6, 2019.  There were approximately 35 people in attendance. Cre Cre's will open at 12pm on Friday, May 10, 2019.  Cre Cre's Restaurant is owned by Roderick and Tamera Kelly.  They will be serving food from their grill.  They will also be open on Saturday and Sunday for Mother's Day! There will be burgers, fish, pulled pork, club sandwich, shrimp po-boy, and more! Come on out and enjoy some lunch at Cre Cre's Restaurant!

Cre Cre's Restaurant is located at 396 Main St. Marion, LA 71260.

Town of Marion

The Mayhaw Festival is customarily held on Mother's Day Weekend each year.  Everyone is invited to come and taste the famous and delicious Mayhaw Jelly that tastes so good on just about anything!

But if you miss this year's festival, do not worry, you can still get the jelly at "A Little Bit of Everything", as well as, at Mrs. McDougal's house. "The Jelly House" and other locations in Marion and Union Parish.

Mrs. Peggy Rhodes, owner of "A Little Bit of Everything". says she carries just about anything a person could want. If she does not have it, she will get it!

So if you and your family are looking for a good time, come and visit Marion where there is always room for you on Main Street!

For directions and detailed maps of the Town of Marion we recommend you visit Yahoo! Maps.