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Marlene Brantley took first place honors with her entry in the Underwater Design category, with her entry also garnering her the coveted “Designer’s Choice” award.

Virginia Duson’s entry won first place in the Plaque Design class.

This entry by Jackie Fogleman took first place in the Transparency Design class.

Christie Brammer won first place with this design in the Creative Line/Mass, Vertical Design class.

The Horticulture Division of this year’s Annual Standard Flower Show, presented by the Crowley Garden Club, lined the full length of the Bank of Commerce’s main branch lobby.

On hand to judge the show were, seated, Lisa Couvillion; standing from left, Sherill Laborde and Karen Gremillion.

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Before making their way to the flower show venue, the judges, who had all traveled from out of town, enjoyed a luncheon at the home of Crowley Garden Club member Christie Brammer. Hostesses for the event included, from left, Isabella delaHoussaye, Brammer, Virginia Duson, Bobbie delaHoussaye and Charlotte Freeland.

Annual Standard Flower Show winners announced

The Crowley Garden Club was proud to hold its 37th Annual Standard Flower Show on Thursday and Friday, April 20-21.

Precious RaVonne Arceneaux, Ty’Rihana Clark, Makayla Musco

Airiss My’Chelle Senegal, Skylynn La’Nay Terry, Ny’yana Elesia Marie Wilson

Jamarion Batiste, Climon LeRoy Hall Jr., Jonathan Van’Vorris Kneeland Jr.

Joshua Matthew Orphey, Montez Noel

Annual NAUW Pageant contestants named

This year the National Association of University Women - Crowley Branch is proudly hosting its 36th Annual Master and Miss NAUW and Lil Master and Lil Miss NAUW Pageant.

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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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