A country music star helps a local non-profit organization honor it's employee's with a special ceremony

A country music star helps a local non-profit organization honor it's employee's with a special ceremony

Thursday morning the Arc of Caddo-Bossier recognized those who help them serve the community.

Natchitoches native and country music artist Trini Triggs preformed at this years awards ceremony.


The Arc of Caddo-Bossier has served the community since 1954. The non-profit provides services for individuals with any type of developmental disability.


Trini Triggs is a national country music recording artist. He signed a record deal with Curb Records in 1998 alongside super stars such as Tim McGraw, LeAnn Rimes, Lee Brice to name a few. Trini has had many billboard singles, most popular for "Horse To Mexico", "Straight Tequila" and his number one country Christian song "Heaven On Earth" as well as hit videos on GAC and CMT. Trini has been on tour around the country for 10 years opening for all the country superstars as well as the country legends. He is currently working in a new project due out later in 2014.


The Arc is celebrating 60 years of service to the community!


The Arc Caddo-Bossier has served the community since 1954. Six families saw needs for their children that were not being met. They were the originators of our local Arc. We have approximately 730 employees. Programs and services provided by The Arc include Advocacy, Children's Services, Residential Services, and Recreation/Leisure. Frost Industries and James Conly Center offer full and part time employment opportunities. The Arc provides services for individuals with any type of developmental disability, age birth to old age…24/7.




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