Andrea Charlier, Caleb Plunkett, March 25, 6 p.m., Le Barn Rouge, Lafayette.
Aungelle Fontenot, Trent Vidrine, May 26, 7 p.m., St. Thomas More Catholic Church, Eunice.
Eunice City Judge Terry Hoychick was a guest speaker during a Tri-Parish Catholic Retreat held Jan. 28 at St. Mathilda Catholic Church. Many students from Eunice Catholic churches attended the day-long event.
On Jan. 28 students from the three Catholic churches in Eunice, St. Mathilda, St. Anthony of Padua, and St. Thomas More, met at St. Mathilda’s Bishop Ceasar Hall for a Youth Retreat.
More than 100 youth were in attendance. Speakers in attendance kept the focus of day on the Beatitudes of Christ.
Rev. Darren Eldridge gave the opening blessing and was available to hear confessions for all attending.
Receiving a 25-point Accelerated Reading ribbon in Carol Aguillard’s second grade class at East Elementary is Isaiah Manuel. He is pictured with his principal Gina Lagrange. (Photo Submitted)
In the spring of 2016, John Hanson Fruge’s year long project on the benefits of utilizing the science lab took first place in the St. Edmund Senior Legacy Project. Over the summer, the administration began implementation of upgrading the science lab using several components outlined by Fruge. During homecoming of 2016, several graduated classes donated money to continue with the upgrades. Students using some of the recent purchases, from left, are Alex Stelly, Marshall Fontenot, Michael Zaunbrecher, Jacques Richard. (Photo Submitted)
This week’s Student of the Week is Destiny Malveaux, a senior at Eunice High School. Her mother is Candie Malveaux.
If you had to live in another part of the world, where would you want to live and why? I would like to live in Atlanta because it’s fun there.
Do you have a career wish? I would like to become a geologist.
What could you eat seven days a week? Noodles in a cup.
What could you never eat? Tripe.