FIRE APPARATUS DONATED: Members of the Mire and Lyons Point Volunteer Fire Departments signal the donation of an fire engine and ambulance, pictured behind them, by the Mire based Fire District 7 to Fire District 8 in Lyons Point. Pictured, from left, are Michael Ardoin, Mire Volunteer Board Secretary Dylan Romero, District 8 Chairman Gerald Sonnier, District 7 Chairman Jackie Prejean, Mire Fire Chief Shannon Richard, Cody Brown, Jake Richard and Olivia Thibodeaux. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)
MIRE –– The Mire Volunteer Fire Department, under the direction of Acadia Parish Fire District 7, will donate two pieces of surplus fire apparatus
Past Rotary International District 6200 Gov. Linwood Broussard isn’t the guy to speak on the facts of the basics of the Rotary Foundation.
For seven seasons, the Grand Opera House has worked to bring great talent to Crowley and improve upon the previous season.
Kim Gattle, director, believes the Opera House is set to do so once again this season, their eighth, which begins in September.
The 2015 recipient of the Rayne Rotarian of the Year Award, Natasha Domagalski, was out of state when she was recognized during the annual officers
Acadia 4-H members Eric LaCombe, Maddie Ardoin, Macie Breaux, Merideth Raspberry and Kathryn LeBlanc came home as state winners from 4-H University.
This was a jubilant accomplishment for Acadia Parish 4-H. The four day LSU AgCenter event, held on the LSU campus recently was packed with competitions, workshops, and socializing with 1,515 4-H’ers from across the state.