PARISH LAW ENFORCEMENT officials participated in a forum to advise parish business people about criminal activities and how to safeguard themselves and their property during a forum sponsored Wednesday night, Sept. 23, at the Rayne Civic Center Ballroom by OneAcadia. Seated, from left, are Duson Police Chief Kip Judice and Church Point Chief Albert Venable, while standing, from left, are One Acadia directors Bryan Francis and Pat Bordes, Rayne Police Captain Tony Olinger, Iota Chief Daimon Daigle, Crowley Chief K.P. Gibson, Sheriff Department’s Chief Deputy Keith Latiola and OneAcadia President/CEO Laurie Suire.
Cindy Miller of First National Bank as well as the chairperson of Crowley Chamber of Commerce’s Education Committee speaks to seniors from parish high schools about applying for a job, one of four focal points of the Chamber and school board’s joint effort to provide basic information to all seniors about many real-life aspects. (Photo by Jeannine LeJeune)
The Crowley Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with the Acadia Parish School Board, held its first “High School Seniors-Only” workshop Thursday at