ATTAKAPAS STUDY CLUB

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At the April meeting of the Attakapas Study Club of Crowley, the members enjoyed a program on Cajun cooking, followed by some boiled crawfish. Guest Melissa Clement, far left, was on hand to assist hostesses, from left, Roy Lynn Trahan, Shirley Griffin and Ethel Thibodeaux. Club member June Hupp, far right, also assisted with the preparation and serving.

Study club enjoys Cajun cooking program

The Attakapas Study Club of Crowley met on April 12 at the home of Ethel Thibodeaux.

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Bonnie Matirne, far left, and Liz Regan, far right, served as hostesses for the March meeting of the Attakapas Study Club of Crowley held at the home of Ethel Thibodeaux. Club member Jeri Stevenson, center, led a discussion on the book “Out of the Rubble.”

Attakapas Study Club reviews ‘Out of the Rubble’

The Attakapas Study Club of Crowley met on March 10 at the home of Ethel Thibodeaux.

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Pat Andrepont, second from left, presented a program entitled “Reflections from the Road” at the February meeting of the Attakapas Study Club of Crowley. Welcoming her were hostesses Jackie Buescher, far left, Ella Mae Bertrand, far right, and Liz Regan, back.

Club hears of ‘Reflections from the Road’

The Attakapas Study Club of Crowley met on Feb. 8 at the home of Liz Regan, with thirteen members and two guests present.

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Kate Bangle, far left, presented a program entitled “Gourds, Gourds, Gourds” at the Jan. 10 meeting of the Attakapas Study Club held at the home of Barbara Lengefeld, far right. Jo-Anne Arnaud and Dot Simon, second and third from left, respectively, served as hostesses for the meeting.

Attakapas Study club hears program on gourds

The Attakapas Study Club of Crowley met on Jan. 10 at the home of its president, Barbara Lengefeld.

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The Attakapas Study Club of Crowley met at the home of Roy Lynn Trahan on Wednesday, Dec. 14, for its annual Christmas social. The 15 members and one guest on hand enjoyed a program presented by Chad Boudreaux, pastor of music at First Baptist Church in Crowley, who played the acoustic guitar and sang a variety of Christmas songs. Following a gift exchange, the women enjoyed a lunch of homemade vegetable soup, ham, side dishes and desserts. The luncheon was co-hosted by Jackie Keyes, Mae Prather, June Hupp, Jeri Stevenson and Gerry Meche. Those in attendance included, seated from left, Elizabeth Regan, Prather, Ella Bertrand, Jackie Buescher, Trahan; standing, Stevenson, Meche, Jo-Anne Arnaud, Keyes, Shirley Griffin, Bonnie Matirne, Dot Simon, Bettie Duhon, Josie Millet, Barbara Lengefeld, Chad Boudreaux and Hupp.

Boudreaux sings, “Mary, Have You Heard?”

Attakapas Study Club enjoys Christmas music program

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