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Free ACT prep class Saturday at Crowley
Acadia Parish Sheriff K.P. Gibson will hold a free ACT prep class on Saturday for all high school students in Acadiana.
The class will be held at the Sheriff’s Office, 1037 Capitol Avenue, in Crowley. Classes will begin at 8 a.m. and end about 2 p.m.
Call 337-788-8700 to reserve a seat. If no answer, leave the student’s name, school and a phone number.
Students are asked to bring paper, pencil and a calculator. Lunch, snacks and drinks will be provided.

Claire Morgan, left, showed the grand champion steer, which was purchased by Cart Cattle Co., represented by Keegan Valdetero, right.

Sale ends annual Jr. Livestock Show

Acadia Parish’s annual Junior Livestock Show and Sale was once again a success.
Saturday saw the close of the three-day event, with a large number of local 4-H and FFA members selling their market animals at auction.
This 2019 grand champion market animal winners and the purchasers of those animals at yesterday’s auction were:
• Claire Morgan, grand champion steer, purchased by Cart Cattle Co. for $5,500;
• Miller Copeland, grand champion hog, purchased by John McManus/Reed Gas for $2,000;

THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
Northside Christian School Principal Mary Ann Sariego was guest speaker for the recent Lions Club meeting.

New NCS principal addresses Crowley Lions

Mary Ann Sariego has been a Christian school educator for 35 years, the last seven months as principal at Crowley’s Northside Christian School.
“I just love the ‘family feel’ of a Christian school,” she told members of the Crowley Lions Club earlier this week.
Sariego, an Alabama native, told Lions that she considers herself “an heir of the past, guardian of the present and architect of the future” in her roll as principal at NCS.

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COA annual Mardi Gras dance set
The St. Landry Council on Aging, Inc. will have its annual Mardi Gras dance from 1 to 3:30 p.m. March 4 at the Northwest Center in Eunice.
Music will be provided by Big J & the Zydeco Dog Pound,
Admission is $2 for age 60 and over. Anyone under 60 admission is $5.
There will be judging for Mardi Gras King & queen, the most traditional costume and the best male and female dancer.

News notes

COA annual Mardi Gras dance set
The St. Landry Council on Aging, Inc. will have its annual Mardi Gras dance from 1 to 3:30 p.m. March 4 at the Northwest Center in Eunice.
Music will be provided by Big J & the Zydeco Dog Pound,
Admission is $2 for age 60 and over. Anyone under 60 admission is $5.
There will be judging for Mardi Gras King & queen, the most traditional costume and the best male and female dancer.

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