Pat Dossman and Dwight Jodon

A wedding at East Elementary

The kindergarten classes at East Elementary recently attended a wedding representing the letters “Q” and “U”. As part of their lessons on the alphabet, students participated in a wedding ceremony uniting “Ms. Q” and “Mr. U” as they join and work together to form words. The wedding included music by Pat Dossman and Dwight Jodon. Female kindergarten students who served as bridesmaids, were escorted by male kindergarten students, and carried roses. Wedding guests were served wedding cake, prepared homemade by Crystal Clark and Mindy Jack.

Acadia Parish Talented Music spring concert

Performers at the Acadia Parish Talented music 2017 Spring Concert are, front, from left, Julie Prather, Jayda Perrodin, Corinne Fruge', Alyssa Hoffpauir, Breann Vincent, and Anna McMuffay; second row, from left, Nick Arnaud, Landon Dupont, Morgan Lantz, Kristina Istre, Breahna Sommers, Madison Comeaux, Mackenzie Comeaux, Caris Leger and I'esha Wheeler; third row, from left, are Trey Hargrave, Derek Morvant, Aaron Gotte, Nick Rougeau, Madison Oliver, Brenna Handy (hidden), Hillary Olivier, Jacob O'Connell and Banks Pruitt (director); in back, from left, are Patrick Donellan, Joshua Elkins,

Ice cream party at Goodhope Place Apartments

Tenants at Goodhope Place Apartments enjoyed a birthday/ice cream party with cake and vanilla ice cream and all toppings. The manager also spoke to the tenants about how to reduce their blood pressure as a medical activity. From left are tenants Stanley Gallow, Viola Dossman, Danny Godfrey, Sandra Rideau, Mary Jones, Lenier Naquin, Marie Scott and David Leger. (Submitted Photo)

Region III Nursing Home Royalty chosen

The Rayne Guest Home hosted the Region III Nursing Home Beauty Pageant of the Louisiana Nursing Home Association on June 6, at the Rayne Guest Home. Participants were welcomed from throughout the area with the honored court including, from left, Second runner-up Eddie Dangler of Heritage Manor in Ville Patte, first runner-up Rivers Faul of Acadia-St.

Eight ways to use less energy when temperatures are on the rise

Newspaper Metro
The temperature is rising, and that can be a good thing for those people who love long days of outdoor recreational activities. Sometimes, though, there can be too much of a good thing, and consistently hot temperatures may become uncomfortable and even dangerous. Finding ways to keep cool without spending a fortune or using a lot of energy is challenging but possible.
1. Find your comfort zone


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