Over 50 attend 51st Hoffpauir Family reunion on Labor Day in Indian Bayou

Honored during the annual Labor Day Hoffpauir Family Reunion in Indian Bayou were, front row from left, Warren Hoffpauir, Senior Hoffpauir certificate (90 years old or older); Whit Moffett, 6, Youngest in Attendance; Almeda LeDoux, Senior Hoffpauir certificate and plaque of presentation as the lone surviving member of the first Hoffpauir Association Board; back row, Sandra “Sandy” Ashurst, Farthest Traveled (800 miles from St. Louis, Missouri); J.B. “Boise” Morgan, 96, Oldest in Attendance; and Cheryl Whitlow Gott and Vicki Whitlow Clark, daughters of the late Myra Whitlow, long-time board member, recipients of a personalized Hoffpauir Family Tree book.

Hoffpauir descendants from Alabama, Texas, Missouri and, of course, Louisiana gathered Monday, Sept.

Constitution Week proclaimed

THE POST-SIGNAL / Jeannine LeJeune
On Friday, Sept. 16, Crowley Mayor Greg Jones, left, signed a proclamation recognizing Sept. 17 through 23 as Constitution Week in the city of Crowley. On hand for the signing was Charlene Guidry LaCombe, Daughters of the American Revolution Acadia Chapter regent.

Constitution Week, celebrated annually during the week of September 17-23, is the commemoration of America’s most important document.


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