Goodhope Place Apartments tenants were treated to an Easter luncheon provided by the complex. They enjoyed food and fellowship. The menu included spaghetti and garlic toast and drinks. From left, are Marie Scott, Debra King, Gilbert Rideau, Jonathan Louis, Sandra Rideau, Mary Jones, Lenier Naquin, Stephanie Allison, Danny Godfrey and Michael Burnett. (Submitted Photo)
The “Rendez-vous des Cajuns” Cajun Music Radio & TV show Saturday at the Liberty Center at 6 p.m. will feature a performance by Jason Frey & Lagniappe.
Show starts at 6 p.m. The Liberty opens at 4 p.m.
Tickets are $5.
Starting at 10 a.m. at the Jean Lafitte, children can participate in arts and crafts, all free of charge.
Every Saturday: Savoy Music Center Jam Session from 9 a.m. to noon, information: 457-9563.
Church Point High School Agriculture Department built a 18' x 8 ' Children's Noah's Ark Playhouse in a partnership with CASA of St. Landry-Evangeline for a community service fundraiser project. In front, from left, are Church Point High Ag teachers Lyle Guidry and Alyssa Stelly, and CASA board members Ashley Singleton, Jennifer Glasscock, Paula Anderson, Gloria Nye and CASA Executive Director Madelyn Rosette. Ag students who built the ark are Nick Breaux (looking through window), Ryan Gonzalez, Brock Joubert, Karson Matte, Tre Alferd, Kristopher Moore, Timothy Venable, Dylan Landry, Isiah Higginbotham, Cesar Garcia, Kevin Rougeau, Ty Savoy, Chase Deville and Seth Richard. (Photo by Carolyn Hart, Church Point News)
The Church Point High School Ag Department partnered with CASA of St. Landry-Evangeline for a community service fundraiser project.
Agriculture students, who range from sophomores to seniors, are under the direction of Alyssa Stelly and Lyle Guidry. They started building a Children's Noah's Ark Playhouse at the end of January and recently completed the 18' x 8' structure. They enjoyed working diligently on it everyday.
Junior Auxiliary of Eunice celebrated National Junior Auxiliary Week, April 2-8. The annual celebration is a time to pause and thank the community, sponsors and volunteer members who work so hard year-round to make a positive difference.
The week began with the second annual Junior Auxiliary Easter Egg Hunt which had over 75 children gather at the Circle Park for games and activities and a meeting with Mayor Scott Fontenot to have the 2017 proclamation signed.
St. Edmund School named its Young Christians for the fifth term of the school year. Students recognized, in front, from left, Lilly Vidrine, Georgia Kate Wimberly, Kynlee Floyd, Beth Miller and Bryn Heinen. Second row, from left are John Austin Landry, Blake Moran, Clay Aguillard, Charlee Smith, Brooklyn Fontenot and Samuel Newsom. In back, from left are Chloe Warner, Mary Beth LaFleur, Cassie Manuel, Kennedy Ardoin, Kaidence Manuel, Anna Fruge, Isabella Heinen and Sarah Chapman. (Submitted Photo)