Guy Fontenot, left, owner and manager of Double Action Outdoor Sports, donates the second prize on St. Thomas More Catholic Church raffle ticket for its annual Fall Festival. Fontenot hands over to Randy Fruge, volunteer at fal fest, a Browning Maxux 3 1/2 Barrel 26 A-Tacs 12 gauge shotgun valued at $1,700. Raffle tickets for $2 a ticket can be purchased from any St. Thomas More Church member. The fall fest is set for Sept. 28-30. (Submitted Photo)
By Sandra May, LSU Ag Center, Health topic
Have you eliminated eggs from your diet because you fear they may raise your blood cholesterol level? Assuming you are eating healthfully, you may want to consider restoring eggs to your meals.
At one time, national health officials warned Americans to avoid eating eggs because their high cholesterol content could raise the low-density lipoprotein (LDL) or “bad” cholesterol in the blood. New studies now show that eggs aren’t as dangerous as they were once thought to be.
East Elementary first grade students in Leah Miller’s and Katie Murphy’s class were studying shadows. Students had the opportunity to experience outdoor activity and explore at different times of the day and they observed how their body shadows changed. From left, are Kason Duran, left, and Keston Andrus. Their teacher is Leah Miller. (Submitted Photo)
After studying how plants grow in different places all around the world second-grade students at East Elementary pretended to be bison with their socks on their shoes as animal fur to see the amount of seeds animals pick up on their fur and bring to new places helping plants grow in new places. Second grade teachers are Lauren Perkins Lafleur, Merline Bollich and Alanna Guillory. (Submitted Photo)
Tenants at Goodhope Place Apartments enjoyed a game of bingo held by manager. Tenants won household prizes. From left, are tenants Sandra Rideau, Marie Scott, Viola Dossman and Danny Godfrey. Not pictured are tenants Debra King, Lenier Naquin and Elroy Wilson. (Submitted Photo)