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Senator to hold constituent events
LAFAYETTE—Staff for U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D., R-Baton Rouge, will hold two constituent assistance events in South Louisiana from today and Friday.
Members of Dr. Cassidy’s staff will be available to meet with Louisiana residents seeking help with federal agencies, including obtaining Social Security, Medicare and veterans’ benefits.
The meetings are:
Noon to 1 p.m. today, Port of Morgan City, 1st Floor Board Room, 7327 Hwy. 182, Morgan City.

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Garden club meeting Tuesday
The Bulb and Blossom Garden Club will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Dean Deshotel.
All members are asked to attend. This is the Christmas social. For more information, call 580-1213.

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ECCBC Children’s Choir practice set
The Eunice Community Concert Band & Choir Inc. announces its Children’s Choir rehearsals for the upcoming Christmas Concert. Rehearsals is set for 6 p.m., Nov. 27 at First Baptist Church.
The children will perform Big Band of Shepherds during the ECCBC Christmas Concert set for 7 p.m., Dec. 5 and Dec. 6 at First Baptist Church in Eunice.

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Eunice High Alumni gives. Donations to the programs. Tara LeBlanc, vice president of Eunice High Alumni Association, gives a $1,000 check to each EHS baseball and softball coaches as an appreciation of their teams’ support given during the August Alumni Baseball Tournament. From left are baseball coach Scott Phillips, LeBlanc, softball coach Scott Deshotel, and Principal Mitch Fontenot.

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From the November 2009 files of The Eunice News
Highland students celebrate October birthdays. Highland Elementary recognized students who had birthdays in October. Students pictured, Artasia Viges, Abigail Miller, Racheilla Lafleur, Tre’shawn Joseph, De’Vidre Doyle, Kaidon Johnson, Keijnai Ned, Mariana Preito, Sydney Charles, Skyler Bourgeois, Keanu Doyle, Dajia Winfrey, Gerald Watley, Kaaliyah Toussaint, Cameron Vail, Marquez Sanders, Brodi Walker, Janiaya Lafleur, Zephaniah Freeman, Logan Aguillard, Luke Aguillard, and Nicholas Richard. Not pictured is Enershia Jones.

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Cleco committed $1.0 million to Central Louisiana Technical Community College recently. From left, are, Robbie LaBorde, Cleco Chief Operations Officer; Bill Fontenot, Cleco President and CEO; Dr. Monty Sullivan, President of Louisiana Community & Technical College System; Jimmy Sawtelle, CLTCC Chancellor. (Submitted photo)

Cleco commits $1.0 million to CLTCC

PINEVILLE – Cleco committed $1.0 million to Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) to help fund training and curriculum development, as well as scholarships for students in manufacturing-related programs.

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