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Hoffpauir Family Association plan 50th reunion on Labor Day, Sept. 7

The Hoffpauir Family Association Board of Directors met on May 7 in to conduct business and make plans for the 50th annual Hoffpauir Family Reunion on Labor Day, Sept. 7, in the Indian Bayou Methodist Church. Members present included seated, from left, Elaine Simon, vice president; Almeda LeDoux Gaspard, historian; and Sharon Richard, while standing, from left, are Glen Laurents, souvenirs; Charlie Hoffpauir, president and genealogist; Gerald Perry, secretary-treasurer; Wanda Faulk, family newsletter editor; and Weldon Hoffpauir, souvenirs and fund-raising. Not pictured are Dean Hoffpauir and Robert Gaspard. (Submitted Photo)

The Hoffpauir Family Association will celebrate its 50th Reunion on Labor Day, Sept. 7.

Roberts Cove heritage tour departed Monday

GERMAN HERITAGE TOUR: Descendants of the original settlers of Roberts Cove boarded a bus to Houston, Texas, Monday on their journey to visit German villages from where their grandparents and great-grandparents began their travels to the United States.

Under the direction of Dr.

‘The Coke Man’ retires after 37 year career

CALVIN ROBINSON, right, recently retired after 37 years with Lafayette Coca Cola. He is pictured with Paul Favaron, Gulf Coast regional president of Coca Cola.

After 37 years of service, Calvin Robinson, known as 'The Coke Man,” has retired from Lafaeytte Coca Cola.

Floodplain insurance changes outlined for Rotary members

MARK DAIGLE, who serves as Rayne’s building inspector, director of animal control and floodplain administrator, focused his talk to the Rayne Rotary Club members Thursday, June 4, on changes to the National Floodplain Insurance Program. He was the guest of Jimmy Fontenot, right, and welcomed by President Kyle Broussard.

In his role as floodplain administrator for the city of Rayne, Building Inspector Mark Daigle discussed the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)

Elderberries host bouree tourney

ELDERBERRIES BOUREE WINNERS were, seated from left, Ruby Melancon, first; Elaine Brown, second; and Linda Price, third place, while standing, from left, are Elderberries contact person Elaine Myers, Joe Guidry, sixth place finisher; Brandi Portier, fifth place; and Elderberries director Jeanette Leger. Fourth place was won by Dolores Primeaux. The semi-annual tournament was held Saturday, June 7

The Elderberries Senior Group’s Semi Annual Bouree tournament was held on Saturday June 6.

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