‘Project Pink Day’ proclaimed, pageants scheduled, raffle set

“PROJECT PINK DAY” PROCLAIMED - Mayor Roland Boudreaux was joined at City Hall Monday morning by a number of Preceptor Alpha Chi Chapter members and Project Pink royalty to declare Saturday, Oct, 4, as “Project Pink Day” in the city of Rayne. Joining the mayor were Chairman Theresa Prather, seated left, Pageant Chairman Marlene Habetz, seated right; standing, PAC member Amy Bergeron, Project Pink Ambassador Janet Boudreaux, Little Project Pink Ella Arabie and her grandmother Mary Reynolds. Also shown is the Seraphim Angel to be raffled at the Project Pink events. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)


Tanner Wilson named Rayne High Homecoming Queen

Rayne High senior Tanner Wilson is crowned the 2014 Homecoming Queen during Friday’s Homecoming Game by last year’s honoree, Kaitlyn Thibodeaux, concluding another successful Homecoming Week at Rayne High School.


Mire provides ‘Images’ book teaser to Rotarians

Ann Mire, left, signs one of her books, “Images of America: Crowley” for Chris Brammer, center, while Pat Miers, right, awaits her turn following the Rotary Club of Crowley’s Tuesday meeting. Mire presented a program on her newly published book that definitely appeared to pique the interest of the Rotarians as a group eagerly awaited a chance to purchase copies after the meeting.

Ann Mire has quite the soft spot for history, particularly the history of this city.


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