The Eunice Country Club held a Kid’s Golf Clinic July 8-11 with 25 boys and girls participating in golfing. Volunteer golf instructors Steve Saucier, Darren D’Aubin, David Harper, Bobby Brown, Jay Deshotel, Jon Hebert and Manny Sandoval instructed and taught kids the basics, fundamentals and fun of the game of golfing. The clinic was held Monday through Thursday from 9 until 10 a.m. Silas Thibodeaux, 9, fixing to do a back swing. David Harper is his instructor. (Photo by Myra Miller)

A Golf Clinic at Eunice Country Club

A Kid’s Golf Clinic was held this week at The Eunice Country Club for kids 7 -14 of age. Twenty five boys and girls attended the golf camp and learned more about golfing. Future ‘pro-golfers’ are, in front, from left, Niles Feucht, Hank Comeaux, Ryder Ward, Liam Jenkins, Randon Richard, Rhett Wimberly, Jack Comeaux, Archie Summerlin, Hayes Ortego, John David Harper, Ryder Thibodeaux, Addison May, Ava Elfert, and Aislynn Hebert.

Pictured above is Dr. Joseph Guillory who spoke to the attendees during an Elderly Awareness Seminar about hearing loss and how to find free available or low cost programs for hearing aids. Guillory said that the number one disability in the U.S. is hearing loss. (Photo by Myra Miller)

Elderly Awareness Seminar at Frank Center

A Eunice Elderly Awareness Seminar was held at New Zion Missionary Baptist Church’s Dr. J.G. Frank Christian Life Center Wednesday morning.
The program, sponsored by OEAS Program, Gerald Greene, Rachael Fruge Jones and Laura Balthazar, was geared and designed for senior citizens. Guest speakers were on hand speaking on various senior related topics including health care, safety, and much more. Various local and area health vendors were set up in the center with valuable information handy for seniors.

Business Yard of the Week. West Law Firm, LLC, located at 250 W. Vine received the Eunice Bulb & Blossom Garden Club’s Business Yard of the Week. The firm, with Andrea West and Laura Rougeau, attorneys, features landscaped flowering beds of day lilies, calidiums, knock-out roses, palms, sasanquas, azaleas, larioppe and asparagus ferns. Pictured is Laura Rougeau.

Garden of the Week. The home of Ronald and Patsy Andrus at 320 W. Camellia received the marker of Residential Yard of the Week presented by the Eunice Bulb & Blossom Garden Club. The front lawn features flowering beds of rullia, camellias, knock-out roses, sasanquas, plumbago, verbena, river birch and society garlic.
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From The Eunice News files

From the July 2009 files of The Eunice News.
Oilers open sub-regionals against New Iberia. Eunice Oiler Stuart Turner connects for a hit earlier this season.

Jacob Fontenot, left, Ross Leger and Michael Prejean begin their craft of making a Mardi Gras reveler Wednesday during Camp Bonjour. (Photo by Myra Miller)

Small Mardi Gras revelers at Camp Bonjour

Angelle Bellard, park guide at the Prairie Acadian Cultural Center in Eunice, shows a finished product of Mardi Gras dolls to the group of campers at Camp Bonjour. Kids had the opportunity to create and design their own Mardi Gras reveler using recyclable cardboard toilet paper rolls, pieces of cut out cardboard, magazines, glue and scotch tape. (Photo by Myra Miller)


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