Far left, Dr. Ezora Proctor, a Crowley Rotarian who served as Rotary International District 6200 Governor during the past year, installed the new officers for the Rotary Club of Crowley’s 2015-16 year. New officers include from left, Pat Miers, president; Tracy Young, president-elect; Susan Comeaux, secretary; Debbie Spallino, treasurer; and Suzy Webb, Michael Doughty, Peggy Sandidge and Kirk Schexnider, members of the board of directors.
After a year of projects and a district conference, you would have thought the Rotary Club of Crowley would have opted for an easy banquet Wednesday night.
That wasn’t the case. With the backdrop of the Grand Opera House, Rotarians welcomed music from Trevin Trahan during its cocktail social prior to the banquet and were eager to enjoy the night with flair.
Students were honored during the 2014-2015 end of the school year awards program at Armstrong Middle School.
CITIZEN AWARDS: Duson Police Chief Kip Judice, left, presented Outstanding Citizen Awards to three young Duson girls during the June town council meeting. Kevia Basile, Ashley Lewis and Taylor Brown were recognized for providing a license plate number and description of a 38-year-old man who attempted to entice a young girl into his truck. The information led to the man’s arrest. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Paul Kedinger)
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