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Dr. Jason Smith of Smith Chiropractic located on North 2nd Street received the Eunice Bulb & Blossom Garden Club’s marker Business Garden of the Month. The business features flowering beds of Lily of The Nile, and different varieties of day lillies and Indian Hawthorns. (Submitted photo)

Bulb & Blossom chooses Gardens of the Month

The recipient of the Residential Garden of the Month presented by the Eunice Bulb & Blossom Garden Club is Lorella Ray. The home located at 301 Ida Street features a multitude of flowers and plants including Blue bird vine, Red bleeding heart, Shrimp plant, begonias, Tropic vine, hydrangeas, Mandeville plant, Boston ferns, Lily of The Nile, banana trees and roses. (Submitted photo)

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Vehicles lined up at 251 Nimitz St. in front of New Zion Baptist Church on Thursday to receive free seven day lunches and breakfasts for school children. Every Thursday from 10:30 until 11:30 a.m. The Three O’Clock Project meals distribution provides boxed meals and a gallon milk to families. A school-aged child must be present inside vehicle to receive boxed meals. Some of the Three O’Clock Project personnel working Thursday included Kendriex White, Elise Talbot, Walt Rainey, Deedra Harrington, Jenn Brinkley and Ann Aucoin. Fran Lemelle of Eunice, a St. Landry Parish school counselor was also working. (Photo by Myra Miller)

Food help continues

Vehicles lined up at 251 Nimitz St. in front of New Zion Baptist Church on Thursday to receive free seven day lunches and breakfasts for school children. Every Thursday from 10:30 until 11:30 a.m. The Three O’Clock Project meals distribution provides boxed meals and a gallon milk to families. A school-aged child must be present inside vehicle to receive boxed meals. Some of the Three O’Clock Project personnel working Thursday included Kendriex White, Elise Talbot, Walt Rainey, Deedra Harrington, Jenn Brinkley and Ann Aucoin. Fran Lemelle of Eunice, a St.

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The splash pads in Eunice, one at Fairgrounds, and the other located at the dead end on Duck Street, on the back north side of Central Middle School, opened last week. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. At noon Wednesday several children were having fun in the water. They included Molly Schniers, Ava Schniers, Vivian Siebert, Valerie Siebert, Clara Wiltz, Da’Wylie Janice and Dwight Damond. (Photo by Myra Miller)

Splash pads reopened

The splash pads in Eunice, one at Fairgrounds, and the other located at the dead end on Duck Street, on the back north side of Central Middle School, opened last week. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. At noon Wednesday several children were having fun in the water. They included Molly Schniers, Ava Schniers, Vivian Siebert, Valerie Siebert, Clara Wiltz, Da’Wylie Janice and Dwight Damond. (Photo by Myra Miller)

La. FFA Association elects 2020-21 state officers

By Johnny Morgan, jmorgan@agcenter.lsu.edu
BATON ROUGE — Delegates from FFA chapters across Louisiana voted June 2 to elect state officers for 2020-21.
For the first time in its 90-year history, the election took place virtually via the Louisiana FFA website, an accommodation necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, said Cade LeJeune, executive secretary of the Louisiana FFA Association.
The annual state convention has been postponed and will be held in a virtual format in early August.

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