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The Bulb & Blossom Garden Club has recognized the Eunice Downtown Merchants Association, as the Business Yard for the month of May. The landscaped areas of the two blocks starting at Laurel and Second Street, running south to Park Avenue, have been recently refurbished, replanted, and enhanced resulting in a fresh look for Eunice’s Historic Downtown District. The large circular bed located near the newly installed digital sign, now holds a colorful display of coral Knock Out roses bordered by plantings of silver Dusty Miller. All of the octagon shaped planter boxes were painted and contain an assortment of yellow and burgundy day lilies, pansies, purple oxalis, and Asparagus Sprengeri ferns, finished with pine straw mulch. More lilies fill the additional beds bordering Second Street with fuchsia oleander trees. (Submitted by Celeste D. Gomez)

Business Yard of the Month

The Bulb & Blossom Garden Club has recognized the Eunice Downtown Merchants Association, as the Business Yard for the month of May.  The landscaped areas of the two blocks starting at Laurel and Second Street, running south to Park Avenue, have been recently refurbished, replanted, and enhanced resulting in a fresh look for Eunice’s Historic Downtown District. The large circular bed located near the newly installed digital sign, now holds a colorful display of coral Knock Out roses bordered by plantings of silver Dusty Miller.

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Iverstine Farms employees wear protective face masks while preparing cuts of meat. Photo provided by Iverstine Farms

Find fresh food using Louisiana Farm to School Program tool

By Olivia McClure
omcclure@agcenter.lsu.edu
BATON ROUGE — People who are searching for farm-fresh foods and ways to support the Louisiana economy during the coronavirus pandemic can turn to a new online tool to find sellers that are open for business.

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The VFW Post 8971 and the Acadia Parish Fire District 4 joined up for a blood drive on April 18. The goal for the drive was 20 donations. The final was 31 donations. Shown in the photo are the nurses from United Blood Services, volunteers from Acadia Parish Fire District 4 and the commander of the VFW Post. Safety precautions prevented a group photo of all volunteers. (Submitted photo)

Blood drive at the VFW Post

The VFW Post 8971 and the Acadia Parish Fire District 4 joined up for a blood drive on April 18. The goal for the drive was 20 donations. The final was 31 donations. Shown in the photo are the nurses from United Blood Services, volunteers from Acadia Parish Fire District 4 and the commander of the VFW Post. Safety precautions prevented a group photo of all volunteers. (Submitted photo)

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