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Rev. Hampton Davis, pastor at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church extends Holy Week schedule of Masses

The Reverend and Pastor at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Eunice stands in front of the church’s rectory doors and extends an invitation for all to join in Holy Week Masses and Easter Sunday Mass via their social media page.
The church’s Holy Week Mass schedule includes: Holy Thursday, April 9, Mass of the Lord’s Supper. Mass is streamed at 6:30 p.m.
Good Friday, April 10, service streamed at 3 p.m. Reminder that this is a day of Fast and Abstinence.
Holy Saturday, April 11, Easter Vigil Mass streamed at 7 p.m.

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Good health starts at home

With many people spending more time in their homes, it’s important to make sure to keep indoor air quality at a high level.
It’s easy to forget the importance of breathing air with minimal contaminants while at home, said LSU AgCenter agent Beth Gambel. Biological contaminants in the home — including dust mites, mold, pet dander and pests — can cause numerous health concerns.
“Let’s look at how each can impact your health and then consider some action steps to avoid these hazards in your indoor environment,” Gambel said.

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Eunice High School seniors Shanyia Toussaint, left, and Kaitlyn Darbonne completed their senior project by applying a fresh coat of paint in Coach Chad Andrepont’s classroom. (Submitted photo)

Senior project

Eunice High School seniors Shanyia Toussaint, left, and Kaitlyn Darbonne completed their senior project by applying a fresh coat of paint in Coach Chad Andrepont’s classroom. (Submitted photo)

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Teddy bear search

The Jenkins sisters went on a Bear Hunt, which is a positive novelty going on in Eunice neighborhoods. Families drive along in search or a scavenger hunt for stuffed teddy bears in neighborhood home windows and doors. Some homes display teddy bears outdoors, sitting in chairs. The kids spot these bears, and keep a count on how many are seen. Some families that don’t have teddy bears are improvising with other stuffed animals. From left, Hayden Jenkins, 2, and Raegan Jenkins, 6, stand next to their window displaying a dog and a monkey.

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