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Mae Hanchett, left, and Vanilla Miller serves Davion Richard a hot lunch Monday at the Southeast Center during summer feeding program. (Photos by Myra Miller)

Javion Richard and Kyren Fontenot eat a corn dog during summer feeding program held at Southeast Center. Restoring God’s Glory Ministries, Inc. is providing and serving free lunches through July 31.

Summer feeding program underway at Southeast center

Restoring God’s Glory Ministries, Inc., a church located at 301 N. MLK Drive in Eunice, is providing a summer feeding program through July 31.
The lunch program is from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Southeast Community Center in Eunice. The Southeast Center is located at 101 City Avenue, Eunice.
The free lunch program, funded by the state of Louisiana (SFSP), is designed for all children 18 years and younger.

Vacation Bible School at New Hope Fellowship

New Hope Fellowship held its Vacation Bible School this week with a theme of, “The Incredible Race, One Family, One Race, One Savior.” Children, pre-k through sixth-grade, enjoyed a morning of Bible songs, readings, games, activities, crafts, snacks and much more. Beginning a craft, from left are Dylan Richard and James Vance, both six years old. (Photo by Myra Miller)

StoryTime hour at the library

Judy Young was the guest reader at the library Wednesday morning. Young read a storybook, “Max and The Tag-a-Long-Moon,” by Floyd Cooper. Kids had the opportunity to make their own craft of a Half Moon. Door prizes of rubber ducks were given away. (Photos by Myra Miller)

Making half moons at the library

Kids used construction paper, stick-on small eye balls, stick on stars, silver glitter cut out stars, cotton balls, and Elmer’s glue to complete a half moon craft during StoryTime hour Wednesday at the library. From left are Joslyn Spekschate and Millie Fontenot, both 7, are designing their craft.

Haitian female farmers and gardeners pick Asian spinach as part of a United States Agency for International Development grant to improve nutrition in that country. LSU AgCenter nutrition specialist Elizabeth Gollub recently spent a week in Haiti teaching nutrition courses. (Photo provided by Elizabeth Gollub/LSU AgCenter)

LSU AgCenter scientist trains Haitians on proper nutrition

By: Johnny Morgan, jmorgan@agcenter.lsu.edu
BATON ROUGE — A nutritionist with the LSU AgCenter School of Nutrition and Food Sciences has joined forces with the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences to improve nutrition for Haitian citizens.
Elizabeth Gollub, AgCenter nutrition specialist, recently returned from a week in the island nation, where she provided training on the health benefits and preparation of Asian spinach.

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