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Glendale Elementary Students of the Month honored

Glendale Elementary recognized its Students of the Month for December. Seated, from left, are Anastyn Reed, Brianna Lopez, Emma Reed, Alyslynn Mcquirter, Briley Douget, Amya Thomas and Nathan Myers. Standing, from left, are Kiersten Bertrand, Johnathan Laday, Aaliyah Malveaux, Jackson Fontenot, Kamden Nugent, Elijah Guillory, Kaitlyn Leger, Cleveland Hall and Tanner Bergeron. Not pictured are Hayden Meche and Alyssa Fontenot. (Photo Submitted)

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Shepherds Campus Ministry at St. Francis

Members of the Shepherds Campus Ministry Class of St. Francis School recently made Veterans Day cards for the retired veterans at the Jennings Veterans Home. In front from left are Eriena Deshotel, Addyson Gaspard, Addison Lejeune and Blailyn Godeaux. Second row from left are Hudson Hebert and Gregory Dugas. In back from left are Madelyn Smith, Addison Zaunbrecher and Maria Simon. (Photo Submitted)

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Stromberg speaker at ABC banquet

Acadian Baptist Center hosted its annual Christmas Banquet on Dec. 6. Guests enjoyed a dinner of roast, rice dressing, green bean casserole and yams. The speaker for the evening was Bob Stromberg, author, corporate entertainer and inspirational speaker, who combines stand-up comedy, storytelling, and some amazing hand-shadows. Christmas music was provided by Michaela Fontenot from First Baptist Church of Ville Platte. Pictured are ABC Director James Newsom, left, and Bob Stromberg. (Photo Submitted)

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Chief awards East Elementary students

Rylee Richard, third grader at East Elementary, receives a congratulatory hug from Police Chief Randy Fontenot during November’s Operation Greatness event. Looking on is Aislen Ceasar, a third grader. Students each month earn various top awards, and parents and guests are invited to attend the ceremony. Fontenot presented awards and achievements during the event. (Photo Submitted)

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Kadryn Lawyer

Class Act Student of the Week

This week’s Student of the Week is Kadryn Lawyer, a senior at Eunice High School. Her parents are Nicole Chapman and Kenny Lawyer.

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 Greece, because it seems so peaceful.

Do you have a career wish? I would like to become a veterinarian.

What could you eat seven days a week? Pizza.

What could you never eat? Sushi.


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