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VFW Post 8971 Commander Don Reber and Quartermaster Roger Veillon present check for $622 to Eunice Elementary’s Principal Mary Dupre. The check is to pay for headset/microphones to be used by the teachers for virtual classes. (Submitted photo)

VFW donation to Eunice Elementary

VFW Post 8971 Commander Don Reber and Quartermaster Roger Veillon present check for $622 to Eunice Elementary’s Principal Mary Dupre. The check is to pay for headset/microphones to be used by the teachers for virtual classes. (Submitted photo)

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Fruge Lumber Company made a donation to the Eunice Community Health Center recently. From left are Sue Darbonne, Michelle Papillion, Glyn Michaud, Rudy Fuselier, Jessica Sattler and Shane Patin. (Submitted photo)

Donation to the Eunice Community Health Center

Fruge Lumber Company made a donation to the Eunice Community Health Center recently. From left are Sue Darbonne, Michelle Papillion, Glyn Michaud, Rudy Fuselier, Jessica Sattler and Shane Patin. (Submitted photo)

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Special cooks and guests at Ardoin’s Funeral Home on Friday, from left,were Steven Richard, Brother Atchison, Kim Fontenot, Herman Miller, Bill Wimberly, Mayor Scott Fontenot and former Police Chief Gary “Goose” Fontenot. (Submitted photos)

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Ardoin’s Funeral Home in Eunice prepared lunches for all local first responders in appreciation of their service on Friday, Sept. 11. From left, are Bill Wimberly, Steven Richard, Sandra Fontenot, Leana Belfour, Elaine Deville, Caroline Aucoin, Donna Richard, Kim Fontenot, Chrissie Menard and Alexis Miller.

Ardoin’s prepares lunches in honor of 911

Ardoin’s Funeral Homes of Eunice, Basile, Iota, Mamou and Ville Platte prepared barbecue meals Friday for local first-responders in appreciation of their service.
On the 19th anniversary of Sept. 11 attacks, Kim Fontenot, Michael Pool, Bill Wimberly and other staff members at Ardoin’s served over 400 plate lunches to local police and fire departments, emergency medical responders and community officials.

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American beautyberry has an open, loose form. (Photo by Heather Kirk-Ballard/LSU AgCenter)

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Bald cypresses drop their leaves in fall, creating a natural mulch. (Photo by Ashley Edwards/LSU AgCenter)

Fall 2020 Super Plants are Louisiana natives

2020 marks the 10th anniversary of the Louisiana Super Plants program. This year we celebrate by adding two true native woody plants: American beautyberry and our state tree, bald cypress.

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