Members of the 1968 class of Crowley High School recently held their 45th reunion. Among those attending were, first row from left, Katie Guidry Thevis, Linda Lewis Gaspard, Debbie Sue Valdetero Dore, Ronnie LeBouef; second row, Kathleen Ford Duplantis, Janet Miller Moore, Peggy Quebedeaux D’Aquin, Linda Trahan Norred, Darlene Seaton Hebert, Darlene Duhon Guidry, Glenda Richard Leleux, Patricia Richard Hanks; third row, Cathy Latiolais, Kenny Gaspard, Deloris Laughlin Begley, Mary Butaud DiBenedetto, Carole Hoffpauir Martin, Curtis Gay, Gloria Gott Petry, Anna Edwards, Natalie Perry Sprague, Wanda Edwards, Rose Hargrave Breaux, Tony Signorelli Jr., Christine Pilcher Kratzer, Linda Villejoin Miller, Sharon Lampson Salerno; fourth row, Donald Hanks, Michael Doucet, Robert “Bobby” D’Aquin, Michael Venable, Michael Hargrave, Aaron Hornsby, Rusty Toler, Michael Muller, Ray Richard (partially hidden), Michael Istre, Janice Gates Redlich, Larry Simoneaux, Gerald Thibodeaux, Edward Haluska and Robert “Robbie” Martin.
The Crowley High School graduating class of 1968 recently held its 45th class reunion, participating in a variety of activities in a day-long celebration on Saturday, Oct. 19.
Robert Baxter, third from left, president of the Crowley Art Association, accepted a grant check on behalf of the CAA at the Acadiana Center for the Arts’ Nov. 4 Decentralized Arts Fund Award Ceremony. Congratulating him are, from left, Danny Belanger, Louisiana Division of the Arts, director of education and special projects; Kelly Pepper, Louisiana Division of the Arts, organization services and community development director; Dr. Gerd Wuestemann, AcA executive director; Phillip Gould, AcA board president; and Gwen Richard, AcA community development director.
The Crowley Art Association (CAA) is proud to announce that it has been selected as one of only two organizations in Acadia Parish to receive a grant from the Louisiana Decentralized Arts Fund (DAF