Retirees recognized at board meeting

It started with a reception prior to the Acadia Parish School Board’s July meeting and continued into the meeting itself with one common, overflowing sentiment – being grateful to the retirees of the school board for serving the youth of Acadia Parish.

Mapping Acadia

The partnership between the Acadia Parish Assessor’s Office and Fenstermaker, a company that is on the cutting edge of the latest computer mapping technology, continues to pay dividends for the residents of Acadia Parish. 

Rayne Lagniappe Day created Excitement

Rayne Frog Festival Royalty joins the Rayne Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture and the City of Rayne administration in Rayne Lagniappe Day activities Saturday at The Depot Square. Front left to right are Golden Frog Festival King Al Olivier, Golden Frog Festival Queen Burgundy Olivier, Teen Frog Festival Queen Caroline Bergeron, Frog Festival Queen Ashlee Guilbeau, Chamber Vice-President Jena Bordes and Chamber Executive Director Fran Bihm; back row, Mayor Roland Boudreaux, City Clerk Colin Burnum and Chamber President Jimmy Prevost. (Submitted photo)

    “Rayne Lagniappe Day” created excitement throughout the city of Rayne   Saturday, July 12, 2014, by providing “a little something extra” for shoppers.


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