The cast and crew of Crowley High School Drama Club’s production of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” include, from left, first row, Ella Cradeur, Louis Hebert, Faith Hayes, Cole-Ryan Henry, Jaylynn Thibodeaux, Travis Hayes, Noble Hebert; second row, Michaela Jabusch, Jake Grotefend, Kameryn Richard, Casey Benoit, Caleb Henry, Hana Arsement, Sara Arsement, Magdalene Arsement; third row, Brooklyn Johnson, Tony Arsement, D’Marcus Burnette, Demetrius Burnette, Tabitha Bridy, Tra’Naye Brooks, Addison Greene, Jalean Bias; fourth row, Courtney Suire, Keisha Ali, Amber Wilson, Katelyn Richard, Maya Clement, Madison Schexnayder, Brock Credeur, Meghan Medus, Zaner Cluse; fifth row, Kendrick Francis, Jasmine LeMaire, Luke Arsement, Aaron Booty, Nathan Guidry, Alexis Bernard and Shawn Jackson.
THE POST-SIGNAL / Saja Hoffpauir
Cosmetologist Heather Ruppert, back, of Spalon Family Salon in Crowley, was the guest speaker at the February Les Dames Acadienne meeting held at the Acadia Parish Public Library in Crowley. She was welcomed by hosteses, front row from left, Lois Richard, Dot Guidry, Yvonne Seneca-Foreman and Bonnie Gaspard.
Les Dames Acadienne held its regular monthly meeting at the Acadia Parish Library in Crowley on Wednesday, Feb. 12.
American Legion Post 15 honored its Educator of the Year, Jessica Robichaux, right, at its Wednesday, Feb. 19, meeting. Robichaux is a first grade teacher at North Crowley Elementary, where she has taught for the past 17 years. She developed a special curriculum for at-risk children that was so successful it was implemented by other parishes and asked for her assistance in training the teachers in those parishes. Post 15 Adjutant A.J. Jones, left, presented her with a plaque in appreciation of her extraordinary service to the children of Acadia Parish.