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First Baptist Church presents 'Come Let Us Adore' Friday and Saturday

First Baptist Church of Eunice will present a Christmas musical drama, “Come Let Us Adore”, on Saturday and Sunday at 7 p.m. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. Choir and drama members are, first row, from left,  Ashley Bourque, Chloe Bollich, Nannette Marks, Lewana Cooper, Savanna Bergeaux, Katie Fontenot, Lora Fontenot, Dannielle Bozyone, Mona Frey, Bridgette Braucchaus and Carla Bollich.

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NAUW donates to Eunice Food Bank

Members of the Eunice Branch of National Association of University Women who made a donation of canned goods, plastic bags, and rice to  the Eunice Food Bank recently. Making a donation are, left, Carolyn Baldwin, Betty Jordan, and president Denise W. Antoine. Accepting is Food Bank Director Mary Ann Guillory. (Photo Submitted)

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Education Week at Glendale

The third grade class of Parveen Kaur at Glendale Elementary enjoyed a special visitor on campus, Carolyn Baldwin. During American Education Week Baldwin read a book, “The 3 Musketeers.” Baldwin, a member of the Eunice NAUW, chose Glendale as her choice this year during education week. The NAUW branch members plan to visit at other times this school year. (Photo Submitted)

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Class Act Student of the Week

This week’s Student of the Week is Destiny Lafleur, a senior at Eunice High School. Her parents are Jennifer Fontenot and Moise Lafleur.
 
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 Venice, Italy because of the history surrounding the city and its beauty.

Do you have a career wish? I’m not sure what career I’d like to pursue, but I just want to be successful at what I do.

What could you eat seven days a week? Boiled crawfish.

What could you never eat? Sushi.

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St. Francis students visit Grant Tree Farm

Pre-K and K students from St. Francis School went to the Grant Tree Farm accompanied by their teachers and parents. At the farm children took a ride on a trailer pulled by a tractor to see all the Christmas trees, petted the donkey on the premises, went through a maze, bought a small pumpkin and had the opportunity to paint them. At the picnic table are, left, Pailyn Fruge, Owen Fontenot and Annelise Fruge, and at right, are Abrum LaHaye, Blake Richard and Bella Landry. (Photo Submitted)

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