THE POST-SIGNAL / Danette Bourque
Heather Trahan, seated, was crowned as 2015 Miss Crowley at this year’s pageant held at the Grand Opera House on Saturday, July 25. Chosen as her court members were, from left, Nicole Taylor, first runner-up; Brooklynn Regan, second runner-up; and McKenzie Jabusch, third runner-up.
THE POST-SIGNAL / Jeannine LeJeune
On Saturday, June 25, the winners of the Crowley Art Association’s 2015 Rice Capital Juried Art Competition were honored at a wine and cheese gala held at The Gallery in Crowley. Among those being honored in the adult categories were, front row, Mack Money – honorable mention Portraits/Figures; standing from left, Brandon Faulk – Best of Show/first place Portraits/Figures, second place Animals/Wildlife, second place Landscapes/Seascapes, honorable mention Experimental; John Kurtz - third place Landscapes/Seascapes; Dale Pousson – first place Animals/Wildlife, first place Landscapes/Seascapes, first place Still Life/Floral; Helen Thibodeaux – third place Adult Student; Rosslyn Moore – first place Adult Student; Lyn Fontenot – honorable mention Experimental; Virginia Duson – second place Adult Student; Linda Wyant – second place Adult Student; Patricia S. Cook – honorable mention Still Life/Floral; and Bob Adams – first place Photography.
THE PHOTO SUBMITTED
Miss Crowley contestants and their sponsors enjoying the 2015 Sponsors’ Social were, seated from left, Nicole Taylor, McKenzie Jabusch, 2014 Miss Crowley Julian Devillier, Heather Trahan, Brooklynn Regan; standing, Shontize Brown and Gase Broussard of Acadiana Smiles; Keith Latiola, Candidate for Sheriff of Acadia Parish; Darlene Latiola, Steve Mire of Evangeline Bank and Trust Co.; and Candice Lunson and “Jamie” LeJeune of Double L Customs.
The Crowley Professional Women’s Club hosted their annual Sponsors’ Social in conjunction with the 2015 Miss Crowley Pageants on Tuesday, July 21,