THE POST-SIGNAL / Saja Hoffpauir
As part of the National Garden Clubs Inc.’ s “Plant it Pink” Project, the Crowley Garden Club added to the landscaping at Acadia General Hospital by planting pink rosebushes and bedding plants to honor breast cancer patients and survivors, as well as raise breast cancer awareness. A number of Acadia General Hospital staff members were on hand for the official presentation of the new plants to the hospital on Wednesday. Present were, from left, James Stewart, James Roteff, Glenn Dailey, Tiffany Young, Becky Jones, Sharon Real, Shelly Reiners, Brammer, Katie Schmaltz, Scott Istre, Deborah Wilson, Kim Hoffpauir, Pam Trahan, Casey Meche, Roberta Guidry, Acadia General CEO Heather Harper, Charmaine Vidrine, Judy Faulk, Caroline Marceaux, Linda Guidry, Diane Henderson, Petitjean, Coignard and Crowley Garden Club Treasurer Marlene Brantley.
CROWLEY GARDEN CLUB
The October meeting of the Crowley Garden Club was held at the home of Sissy Gall, who, along with Ruth McBride, treated the members to a variety o