The Xi Beta Theta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phil held their Beginning Day gathering at the Keller House in Eunice recently. The Beta Sigma Phi members plan to sell “Miss Eunice” pins for the city’s Quasquicentennial Celebration to be held Saturday, Sept. 14. All proceeds from this sale will go to the city to help defray some of the expenses for the event. From left are Pris Rozas, Sherald Smith, Sally Fruge, Janice Aguillard, Lou Myers, Nancy Manuel, Maxine Clause, Sue Fontenot and Dale Ward. (Submitted photo)
Congratulations to Aubrei Guillory, a fourth grader at East Elementary. She is the winner of East Elementary’s “No Wait” car line raffle winner. The No Wait raffle is a reward incentive, designed each quarter where parents can purchase raffle tickets. The winner gets a special parking spot for drop off in the morning and pick up in the afternoon and therefore does not have to wait in the car line to drop off and pick up. (Submitted photo)
This week’s Student of the Week is Megan Fontenot, a senior at Eunice High School. Her mother is Paula Fontenot.
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 Tennessee, because of the scenery shows God’s beautiful creations.
Do you have a career wish? I would like to become a high school history or English teacher.
What could you eat seven days a week? Bacon cheese burgers.
What could you never eat? Raw eggs.
Goodhope Place Apartment tenants enjoyed a birthday party for the month of August. Tenants were treated to multiple flavors of cake, punch and pretzels. From left, are Viola Dossman, Jaqueline Ogunyemi, Margaret Hendrix, George Moore and Marie Scott. (Submitted photo)
Winners of the ninth annual Great American Seafood Cook-Off: 4-H Edition in New Orleans are from Marion County, Tennessee, with their flounder with seafood dressing dish. Pictured left to right are Patrick Tuck, executive director of the Louisiana 4-H Foundation, and team members Bryson Kilgore, Evan England, Payne Bumpus, Griffin Adkins and Carson Keeler and Toby Lepley, LSU AgCenter associate vice president for 4-H and youth development. (Photo by Johnny Morgan/LSU AgCenter)
NEW ORLEANS — A Tennessee team’s flounder with seafood dressing placed first at the ninth annual Great American Seafood Cook-Off: 4-H Edition in New Orleans on Aug. 4.
The cooking team from Marion County, Tennessee, included Evan England, Griffin Atkins, Payne Bumpus and Bryson Kilgore with Carson Keeler as the alternate.
Members of the southeastern Tennessee team said they are not usually known for their seafood, but they worked hard to perfect their dish.