The fair rides at St. Edmund spring fair is always an attraction for youngsters. Riding a car ride are, in front, left, Lorelie Langley and Mary Katherine McGee. In back is Olivia McGee.
And it’s a bingo for Clay Aguillard, right, during a bingo game at St. Edmund annual spring fair. Left is Wesley Hollier, a sixth-grader at St. Edmund, and Aguillard is a third-grader at St. Ed. (Photos by Myra Miller)
Recently St. Edmund’s second grade students in Mary Joubert and Ali Cormier’s classes visited the Prairie Acadian Cultural Center. The field trip was a culmination of their social studies unit on Louisiana and to learn more about the Acadians who settled the prairie of Southwest Louisiana. They toured the facility, listened to a story about “Clovis the Crawfish” had a scavenger hunt, completed an art project, and enjoyed a picnic lunch outside.
This week’s Student of the Week is Zanaya Guillory, a sophomore at Eunice High School. Her parents are Ella and Leroy Allen.
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 Florida because of the climate.
Do you have a career wish? I would like to become a nurse.
What could you eat seven days a week? Crawfish and McDonalds.
What could you never eat? Sushi.
The Acadian Baptist Center of Eunice held its annual women’s conference on April 21-22. Katy James of Ridgeland, Mississippi, right, led the worship in music. The speaker was Bible teacher and author Kathy Nelson of Speak It Ministries, left. The women learned how to find contentment by experiencing God’s presence in their lives through a study of Psalms 34. (Submitted Photo)