THE POST-SIGNAL / Saja Hoffpauir
Pink Ladies receiving service pins at the May 7 luncheon included, seated from left, Frankie Johnson (2,000 hours), Yvonne Menard (2,500 hours), Esther Henderson (3,000 hours), Eveline Leger (3,000 hours), Dean Gaspard (3,000 hours), Sylvia Dischler (3,500 hours); standing, Bonnie McClain (100 hours), Barbara Courville (100 hours), Evelyn Barousse (500 hours), Jeanie Fruge (500 hours), Leora Amy (1,000 hours), Gloria LeBlanc (1,000 hours and 1,500 hours), Leisa Thibodeaux (1,500 hours) and Roberta Sonnier (1,500 hours). Also receiving a service pin but not pictured was Nettie Romero (12,000 hours).
Some of the members of Clyde Briley’s family were on hand for the party held Saturday, April 26, at Midland High School recognizing Briley and wishing him well on his retirement. They were, from left, Todd Briley, Erica Briley, Sydney Leblanc, Nancy Briley Walker, Mary Briley holding Libby Walker, Julianna Walker and Clyde Briley.