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Eunice High School has named its 2020 Homecoming Court. Senior maids included, seated, from left, Claire Durapau, Trissidy Semien, McKenzie Guillory, Bailey Trichell and Emily Fuselier. Standing, from left, are Anzley Fontenot, Camille Pitre, Sydni Lemelle, Whitney Ardoin and Olivia Thibodeaux. (Submitted photo)

Homecoming Court named at Eunice High School

Eunice High School has named its 2020 Homecoming Court. Senior maids included, seated, from left, Claire Durapau, Trissidy Semien, McKenzie Guillory, Bailey Trichell and Emily Fuselier. Standing, from left, are Anzley Fontenot, Camille Pitre, Sydni Lemelle, Whitney Ardoin and Olivia Thibodeaux. (Submitted photo)

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Garden mums do best in full to partial sun in a well-drained but moist soil. Photo by Sara Shields/LSU AgCenter

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Pumpkins, gourds and squash are fall vegetables that also are used to make holiday decorations. LSU AgCenter file photo by Allen Owings

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Chinese pistache is adapted to Louisiana and provides brilliant fall color. Photo by Heather Kirk-Ballard/LSU AgCenter

Fall arrives, time to work in the yard

The weather is cooling, and the days are getting shorter. We’re now into astronomical fall following the autumnal equinox. There are so many things we can do in the garden this time of year. Fall is a great time to work in the landscape.
Many tasks can be done in preparation for winter. And the cooler weather it makes it so much more delightful.

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Seated, in front, from left, are Fran Guillory, Pam Quirk, Stephanie Guillory and Erin Jones. Standing, from left, are Lynn Pavich, Connie Thibodeaux, Barbara Wells and Dean Deshotel. (Photos by Myra Miller)

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Dean Deshotel places a pink ribbon on one of the green plants on Park Avenue.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Eunice Bulb & Blossom Garden Club members each October place a pink ribbon sign signifying October as Breast Cancer Awareness month. Also members placed pink ribbons on green potted plants along the flowering bed on Park Avenue near the Rotary fountain.

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The St. Edmund Catholic High School Student Council held a food drive recently for the Eunice Food Bank. Since Hurricane Laura, displaced people have been staying in the city. The group helped replenish the shelves at the food bank. Every student council officer delivered over 2,500 non-perishable food items to the Eunice Food Bank. From left, are Henry Brown, Savannah DeVillier, Mary Ann Guillory, director; Gus Brown, Mary Beth Lafleur and Dylan Miller. (Submitted photo)

Food drive for Hurricane Laura

The St. Edmund Catholic High School Student Council held a food drive recently for the Eunice Food Bank. Since Hurricane Laura, displaced people have been staying in the city. The group helped replenish the shelves at the food bank. Every student council officer delivered over 2,500 non-perishable food items to the Eunice Food Bank. From left, are Henry Brown, Savannah DeVillier, Mary Ann Guillory, director; Gus Brown, Mary Beth Lafleur and Dylan Miller. (Submitted photo)

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Serving those who serve others. Ardoin’s Funeral Home held a barbecue banquet for first responders on Sept. 11. Employees in attendance included, from left, Bill Wimberly with daughter Avery Wimberly, Chrissie Menard, Beth Manuel, Rosetta LeBlanc, Sandra Fontenot, Elaine Deville, Mike Blanchard, Kim Fontenot, Gil Young and Houston Fontenot.

From the September 2008 Eunice News files

Serving those who serve others. Ardoin’s Funeral Home held a barbecue banquet for first responders on Sept. 11. Employees in attendance included, from left, Bill Wimberly with daughter Avery Wimberly, Chrissie Menard, Beth Manuel, Rosetta LeBlanc, Sandra Fontenot, Elaine Deville, Mike Blanchard, Kim Fontenot, Gil Young and Houston Fontenot.

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