An Angel Tree is set up at Chris’ Sacred Heart Christian Books & Gifts at 1701 W. Laurel Ave. for Oaklane Wellness residents. One can pick an angel. There are male and female angels with three Christmas wishes listed on each one. One can purchase a gift or gifts from their wish list, wrap it, and return it with the angel on top of the gift. Return the wrapped gift at Sacred Heart.These gifts will be delivered the week before Christmas to Oaklane. The deadline to return all gifts is Dec. 17 or earlier if all possible.
Mary Joubert’s second grade students at St. Edmund Elementary are experimenting with how heat affects temperature. From left, are, Molly Miller, Ally Ward, and Addison Simon help by putting in ice and using thermometers to measure the temperature in hot and cold water. (Submitted photo)
Vivian Bundick, 11, looks at books at Beaucoup Saturday during Noel on the Prairie. She is a sixth-grader at Richard Elementary.
Shoppers lined up before opening at 9 a.m. Saturday at Gossip, one of the participating merchants of the 21st annual Noel on the Prairie. The pre-holiday shopping gala event was held Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and some businesses was opened Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Over 30 businesses were among the Noel on the Prairie. (Photos by Myra Miller)
LSUE Pathways “outstanding.” LSU Eunice’s Pathways to Success was one of three institutions recently named a 2008 Outstanding Program Award for Academic Advising according to the National Academic Advising Association at its national meeting. The structured program targets first year students who need to brush up on writing, mathematics, and reading prior to taking their first general education course in college. LSUE Pathways to Success academic advisors are from left Steve Gervais, Cindy Darbonne, Crystal Rougeau, Doug Narby, Paul Fowler, Quinten Dronet, Gloria Hernandez, Jeanne Soileau and Chris Vick.
Eunice Elementary celebrates Drug Free week. Eunice Elementary celebrated Drug Free week. Trae Michaud’s grandfather August Courville and father Glynn Michaud, local pharmacists, came to school to give a talk to prek students about remaining drug free.
Students of the Week at Glendale Elementary. Glendale Elementary honored its Students of the Week for Oct. 13 to Oct. 17. Students receiving special recognition are in front from left Gavin Dupre, Kobe Glasscock, Kelsi Gotreaux, Joel Clavier, Katelyn LaCour, Cameron Fontenot, and Audrey Fontenot. In back, from left, are Kelsey Fruge, Anna Vidrine, Rodney Lazard, Devyn Clark, Caleb Baudoin, and Mariyah Aucoin.
From The Eunice News November 2008 files
Edward Francois Sr. was presented with a 50-year certificate and pin from the Knights of Peter Claver 3rd Degree by Sr. Knight Joseph R. Bernard, the Grand Knight of Council 92 at St. Mathilda Catholic Church. From left are Bernard, Francois; and the Rev. Blaine Clement, pastor at St. Mathilda Catholic Church in Eunice.
As he entered St. Mathilda Catholic Church for Mass, Edward Francois, Sr. thought he recognized some strange faces present, but then said to himself “that’s not possible!” As he got closer to where he usually sits, he noticed it was possible. It was his family, it was his children with their families.
After the church service, Francois was presented a 50-year certificate and pin from the Knights of Peter Claver 3rd Degree by Sr. Knight Joseph R. Bernard, the Grand Knight of Council 92 of St. Mathilda Catholic Church.