In its final meeting before the Rotary Club of Crowley will pass the torch of leadership to a new set of officers, the club saw the pres
Complete with photos and items from Africa, Isabella D. Crane, center, presented a program on African currency and costume and provided insight on some of the continent’s varying cultures at the Rotary Club of Crowley’s Tuesday meeting. Serving as program organizer was Isabella delaHoussaye, left, and the meeting was led by President Scott Shumacher.
For years now, Isabella D. Crane has been interested in things from abroad – their cultures, their geopolitics, etc.
Master Sgt. Richard Bullock, left, and Col. Michael Borrel, right, presented the program at Tuesday’s Rotary Club of Crowley meeting, discussing the Louisiana National Guard’s Youth Challenge Program. Helping welcome Bullock and Borrel were, center from left, Rotarian Isabella delaHoussaye and President-Elect and program organizer, Mary Zaunbrecher.
For many at-risk teenagers, life doesn’t hold a lot of hope and opportunities.
In only its second year, Crowley High School’s Interact Club reported at Tuesday’s Rotary Club of Crowley meeting great successes in growth and community involvement this year. The club also presented a donation to Rotary for the Polio Foundation. On hand for the presentation were, front row from left, Katie Monceaux, Petra Gamez, Rotary President-Elect Mary Zaunbrecher; back row, club sponsor Kalita Watson, Shawn Jackson, Dillon Corner and Rotarian Rev. James Proctor.
In a state that has an ongoing conversation about the condition of higher education each year, Southwest Louisiana Community College is trying to m
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