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EHS students at Tri-Parish Foreign Language Fest

Eunice High School students participated in the 50th annual Tri-Parish Foreign Language Festival held at LSU Eunice on April 11. From left are Gabrielle Ardoin, Aaronesha Lewis, Jenna Godeau, Jyhreh Johnson, Anna LeBouef and Abigail Miller. Ardoin received an excellent rating in French II Poetry; Lewis earned a superior in French II Poetry; Godeau earned a superior in French II Prose; Johnson earned a superior in French II Prose; LeBouef ranked superior in French I Poetry and Miller earned a superior in French I Poetry. (Submitted Photo)

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Superior Peer Leader awards at East Elementary

East Elementary honored its April Operation Greatness Superior Peer Leader awardees. Seated, from left, are Brantley Fruge, Saigen Johnson, Adilee Dupre, Madison Stanley, Lily Osburn, Anabelle Keen, Aubrei Guillory, and Traiten Lanthier. In back, from left, are Lucy Osburn, Savian Malveaux, D’Nea Neville, Rylee Richard, Cassidy Vance, Thaddeus Godfrey, Julia Rider and Rontarius Morrison. (Submitted Photo)

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LSU admissions rep at St. Ed

Kelly Rownd, a LSU admission counselor, recently visited St. Edmund juniors to speak about what the college offers. Some topics included admission requirements and process, scholarships, TOPS and FAFSA, deadlines, campus organizations and clubs, campus life and housing, and majors and searching and exploring majors on LSU website. (Submitted Photo)

Summer reading, crafts, performances scheduled at Eunice Library

Summer readings, crafts, activities and performances at the Eunice Library are scheduled.
Summer Reading Program registration begins on May 30 and ends July 1.
Summer Story Time begins at 10:30 a.m., June 7 and continues each Wednesday through July 19. A closing ceremony will be held July 26.
There will be a ‘Make and Take A Craft’ day from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., June 2 for all ages at the library.
Free summer performances include “Geebo The Clown” at 10 a.m. on June 19 at the library.

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Caladiums and hostas thrive in shade garden at the LSU AgCenter Hammond Research Station. Photo by Allen Owings/LSU AgCenter

Add colorful summer bedding plants, they take the heat

By Dan Gill
LSU AgCenter Horticulturist
Whether in flower beds, containers, hanging baskets or window boxes, summer bedding plants can quickly and economically help create the colorful landscape that so many gardeners crave. Through careful selection, a gardener can grow bedding plants that will thrive despite the sweltering heat of summer.
Bedding plants are classified into two groups based on the temperatures they prefer.

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