The Jenkins sisters went on a Bear Hunt, which is a positive novelty going on in Eunice neighborhoods. Families drive along in search or a scavenger hunt for stuffed teddy bears in neighborhood home windows and doors. Some homes display teddy bears outdoors, sitting in chairs. The kids spot these bears, and keep a count on how many are seen. Some families that don’t have teddy bears are improvising with other stuffed animals. From left, Hayden Jenkins, 2, and Raegan Jenkins, 6, stand next to their window displaying a dog and a monkey.
Graduation bios and senior photos from Eunice High and St. Edmund seniors are needed.
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Seniors can email your senior photo directly to email@example.com
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Eunice High and St. Edmund seniors are to email their senior bios.
Eunice Junior High Student of the Year Josi A. Lemelle has been named Parish Student of the Year.
Lemelle is a 14-year-old eighth-grade student at Eunice Jr. High.
She is the daughter of Chad and Fran Lemelle.
Lemelle is actively involved at school and is a member of the cheerleading team, serves as captain; the History Club, Science Club, Youth Alive, Beta Club, serves as president; Accelerated Reader Millionaire Club, Student Council, serves as a home room representative; Track Team (Triple Jump), and was recently selected as a member of the EHS Varsity Cheer team.
Goodhope Place Apartment tenants enjoyed a game of bingo provide by the manager. From left are tenants Viola Dossman, Dale Jenkins, Margaret Hendrix, Marie Scott, Debra King, Gerrell Charles and Sandra Rideau. (Submitted photo)
Dedria Walton, assistant director of recruitment and career planning at Sowela Technical Community College, gave a presentation to St. Edmund High students. She talked to students about the admissions process, cost of attendance, financial aid, FAFSA completion, scholarships, TOPS and TOPS Tech, academic and technical programs of study, student support services, internships, job placement and clubs and organizations. (Submitted photo)