Grace Willis, left, and Layla Willis create a green crocodile during Wednesday’s StoryTime hour. Children used supplies of green construction paper, Elmer’s glue, wooden clothes pins, and plastic small eye ball. (Photo by Mary Lagroue, Intern)
Children’s librarian Bobbie Bordelon read a storybook, “Little Croc’s Purse,” by Lezzie Finlay during Wednesday’s StoryTime hour. Children also had the opportunity to make a crocodile craft and ate cookies for their snack. Door prizes of crocodile cups were given away. (Photo by Mary Lagroue, Intern)
These young girls may be Eunice’s future high school cheerleaders as they learn everything there is to become a cheerleader during this week’s Cheer Camp Clinic, held at the Northwest Center. Front, from left, are Lainey Fuselier, Eva Sattler, and Gianna Daigle. In back, from left, are Lillie Dubroc, Kayleigh Dubroc, and Maggie Rue.
The Eunice Recreation Complex sponsored a Cheer Camp Clinic this week at the Northwest Center. High school spirit team leaders from Eunice High and St. Edmund were on hand leading young girls all aspects of cheering. From left, are, Jolie Frey, Bailey Guillory and Aeris Banks. In back is Megan Fontenot. (Photos by Mary Lagroue, Intern)
By Dan Gill
LSU AgCenter Horticulturist
Although we try to do the best we can to properly take care of our landscapes, we seem to commonly make a few mistakes. But they’re easily avoided as long as you are aware of the proper way to do things.
Save the bark — save the tree
Lady T, a theatrical actress at heart, visits The Eunice Player’s Theater on S. Second Street. She was amazed of the character, uniqueness, and quaint atmosphere inside the theater.
Lady Toussaint Duchess, or as she fondly calls herself, “Lady T,” paid a visit to Eunice on July 13.
Lady T, a Ponchatoula native, has made a name for herself in the entertainment business.
Lady T, born as Sonyah LaMarr Hamilton in Ponchatoula to her mother Thelma Lee Hamilton Toussaint, attended elementary school, graduated from Ponchatoula High and Southeastern University. After completeing college she went onto, as she said, “to study my passion for theater and drama.”