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Crowley Rotarians hold annual club assembly

Community Service Committee Chairwoman Melinda Malmay, standing, fields questions about the committee’s work. Chairs of the other committee, seated from left, Susan Comeaux (International Service), Adrianne Vidrine (Youth Service), Scott Privat (Club Service) and Amy Thibodeaux (Vocational Service) also fielded questions during the Rotary Club of Crowley’s club assembly.

Each year in January, the Rotary Club of Crowley takes a break from weekly informative programs to discuss the club’s work and find ways to grow an

Rotarians get cold facts on synthetic marijuana

Jackie Boddye, second from left, shows the effects drugs can have on the body through photos as well as some of the many items being used to conceal drugs in everyday life to interested Rotarians, from left, Crowley Rotary Club President Mary Zaunbrecher, Tracy Young (program organizer) and Vicki Ramos.

For the past year or two, the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office and various other law enforcement agencies in the area, as well as across t

Guillot talks Revelers, Mardi Gras

Rotary Club of Crowley President Mary Zaunbrecher, left, and Program Chairperson Carolyn Barousse, right, welcomed Judy Guillot, director of this year’s Krewe of Town Revelers ball, to the club’s meeting. Guillot discussed this year’s ball, “00 Cimmer” and much more.

It takes a lot of work to put on a ball; it takes even more to outdo the previous year’s event, just ask the Krewe of T

John discusses oil, gas industry

Speaking to the Rotary Club of Crowley Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association President Chris John discussed the good and bad news facing the oil and gas industry locally, as well as nationally and internationally.

Speaking to the Rotary Club of Crowley Tuesday, Chris John referenced “A Tale of Two Cities” when discussing the oil and gas industry.

Second Chance Paws continues to grow in 5th year

Rotary Club of Crowley program organizer Dana Huval, far left, and Secretary Melinda Malmay, far right, welcomed, from left, Gail Lormand and Angie Foreman from Second Chance Paws to their meeting this week.

Since forming in 2009, there are probably a great deal of dogs running around Acadiana that have Second Chance Paws to thank for their l

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