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St. Edmund Catholic School’s Student Council in conjunction with the Eunice Fire Department have been collecting donations to deliver to people in areas who were greatly affected by Hurricane Laura. The council members delivered the items to the main fire station. From left, are, Fire Chief Michael Arnold, Savannah DeVillier, Henry Brown, Mary Beth LaFleur and Gus Brown. (Submitted photo)

St. Edmund students helping Laura relief

St. Edmund Catholic School’s Student Council in conjunction with the Eunice Fire Department have been collecting donations to deliver to people in areas who were greatly affected by Hurricane Laura. The council members delivered the items to the main fire station. From left, are, Fire Chief Michael Arnold, Savannah DeVillier, Henry Brown, Mary Beth LaFleur and Gus Brown. (Submitted photo)

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Supertunia Vista Bubblegum. (Photo by Gary Bachman/Miss)

Think pink for your October garden

October is all about pink in support of breast cancer awareness. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, one in eight women in the United States will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Men also can get breast cancer. In 2020, hundreds of thousands of cases will be reported.
Are you asking yourself, what does this have to do with gardening and why are we talking about it in September? Here’s what I’m thinking: our landscapes are an extension of our homes and a statement to those around us.

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Mercedes McGoldrick, left, and Diane Doucet hold a quilt being placed in a window of 2nd Time Around on Second Street as part of the exhibit and sale for “Main Street Memories.” Quilts will be on display through November.

From the September 2008 Eunice News files

Mercedes McGoldrick, left, and Diane Doucet hold a quilt being placed in a window of 2nd Time Around on Second Street as part of the exhibit and sale for “Main Street Memories.” Quilts will be on display through November.

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Even though this school year is very different than past years, there are still so many possibilities for school children. Therefore, Highland Elementary’s theme this year is “A Rainbow of Possibilities.” Students who attended Amy Myers’ art class last week were invited to create their own rainbows with whatever materials they had at home. Kyron Stevens, a kindergartener, shares his art. (Submitted photo)

Rainbow of Possibilities

Even though this school year is very different than past years, there are still so many possibilities for school children. Therefore, Highland Elementary’s theme this year is “A Rainbow of Possibilities.” Students who attended Amy Myers’ art class last week were invited to create their own rainbows with whatever materials they had at home. Kyron Stevens, a kindergartener, shares his art. (Submitted photo)

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The 2020 St. Edmund High Homecoming Court has been named. St. Edmund will host its homecoming game against the North Central Hurricane on Oct. 30. Homecoming maids include, in front, from left, Helen Brown, Alice Brown (sophomore maids), Susannah Summerlin, Karleigh Soileau (junior maids); Claire-Beth Prudhomme and Kate Miller (freshman maids). Inb back, from left, Mary Beth LaFleur, Savannah DeVillier, Tanzy Miller, Ali Lantz, Gracie Savoy and Malery Monceaux (senior maids). (Submitted photo)

St. Edmund names Homecoming Court maids

The 2020 St. Edmund High Homecoming Court has been named. St. Edmund will host its homecoming game against the North Central Hurricane on Oct. 30. Homecoming maids include, in front, from left, Helen Brown, Alice Brown (sophomore maids), Susannah Summerlin, Karleigh Soileau (junior maids); Claire-Beth Prudhomme and Kate Miller (freshman maids). Inb back, from left, Mary Beth LaFleur, Savannah DeVillier, Tanzy Miller, Ali Lantz, Gracie Savoy and Malery Monceaux (senior maids). (Submitted photo)

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