Medicaid long term care rules outlined for Rotary members

ELIGIBILITY STANDARDS for long term care under the Medicare Program were explained by representatives Shelly Lavergne and Carla Bourg, center, of the state LTC Processing Unit to members of the Rayne Rotary on Thursday, Aug. 27 They were guests of Cheryl Rivette, left, and welcomed by President Ken Arceneaux.

The rules and regulations governing long-term care under Medicaid were outlined for members of the Rayne Rotary Club by two representatives of the

fais-do-do auction items displayed

FAIS-DO-DO AUCTION ITEMS: Members of the Rayne Volunteer Fire Department displayed a sampling of the items which will be auctioned off during the department’s 2015 Annual Fais-Do-Do Benefit on Saturday, Sept. 12, at the Rayne Civic Center. Pictured, seated from left, are Chad Credeur, Brandon Dupuis, Jonathan Hebert, Mike Cormier and Joseph “Wa” Credeur. Standing from left, are Fire Chief Allen “Noochie” Credeur, Justin Granger, Phil Hebert, Brett Alleman, Jeremy Granger, Louis “Bedo” Meche, Dylan Richard, Jeremy Labauve, Adam Soileaux and Eddie Bruce.


MISS RAYNE ORIENTATION - Orientation for the upcoming Miss Rayne Pageant was held Wednesday, Aug. 26, at City Hall. The Miss Rayne Pageant will be held Saturday, Sept. 26, at the Rayne Civic Center. In attendance for the orientation were, seated from left, committee member Nikki Link, reigning Miss Rayne Madison Vidal, committee member Suzette Leonards; standing, contestants Victoria Richard, La’Shonda Delco and Ashley Thibodeaux

Book donation honors Raymond and Kitty Hensgens

BOOK DONATION: Phil Farbacker, third from left, Monday presented Josie Thevis and Dot Leger, co-curatosr of the German Heritage Museum with a German published book which featured the area and culture of the region in Germany from where most of original settlers in Roberts Cove immigrated. Also pictured during the presentation is Mary Ann Leonards, right. Not pictured is co-curator Dot Leger.

In a special moment Monday, a German published book was presented to representatives of the German Heritage Museum in Roberts Cove.

ER campaign gaining momentum

(File photo) Most treatment areas in the current emergency room are separated by curtains. Solid walls will separate the rooms in the expansion.

The capital campaign to fund construction of a new emergency room at Acadia General Hospital is gaining momentum.


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