Rayne High hosts "Pink" Volleyball Game
The annual “Volley for the Cure” volleyball game took place at the Rayne High School gym on Thursday October 27th.
The Lady Wolves played Sacred Heart of Grand Coteau and won in three straight sets with the scores: 25-17, 25-15, and 25-13.
The evening held many fun activities such as: cheerleading and dancing performances, door prizes, and a jelly bean contest. Baked goods, pink t-shirts, and volleyballs were sold at the game.
Survivors in attendance were recognized during the event, including Bailey Leon, Pat Cartwright, Helen Garrett, Cutrese Minix and Janell Kibodeaux.
At the end of the night, the Rayne High Volleyball team raised $3,240 and donated the money to the Miles Perret Center with Madelene Boudreaux accepting the check on behalf of the Rayne Paint Town Pink program.
The Lady Wolves would like to thank the following sponsors who made this event possible: Randal Mire- Turf Lawn Care/ In Memory of Elma Bergeron, Trahan Foods in memory of Mollie Trahan, Randal Trahan- Let’s Drive, Luke and Kristie Bourgeois, Frank and Deany Bergeron, Gabe’s Cajun Food, City of Rayne, Frog Jumps, Kem Arceneaux, Dove Environmental, LeBlanc Trailer Sales, Scott and Mona Fontenot, Rayne Building and Loan Association, Ted & Tasha Wright honoring survivor Buby Wright, Janet Boudreaux survivor, Hello Beautiful Salon, Dr. and Amanda Curtis.