The 2017 Crowley High School Homecoming Court includes, kneeling from left, Jessica Clayton, Magdalene Arsement, Football Sweetheart Julia Sittig, Isabel Credeur, Sarah Hanks; standing, Eri’yona Brooks, Jaysa Marceaux, Chloe Von Sibley, Morgan Guidry, Onasia Solomon and Mackenzie Borne.

CHS Homecoming Friday night

Crowley High School will celebrate Homecoming 2017 with the theme “Crowley High Goes to Hollywood.”

HOMECOMING WEEK PROCLAIMED - During ceremonies Tuesday morning at City Hall, Mayor Chuck Robichaux signed the official proclamation declaring Oct. 2-6 “Rayne High School 2017 Homecoming Week.” School officials and Homecoming Court members on hand for the ceremonies were, seated from left, faculty chairman Paige Dupont, Mayor Robichaux, RHS Principal Wendell Prudhomme, RHS Coach Curt Ware; standing, Trinity Axtell, Kaitlyn Barron, Kennedie Bourgeois, Amari Collins, Kendal Edmonds, Savanna Lacombe, Adrieanna Meche, Abbie Royer, Victoria Royer, Zoie Veillon and Ariel Webster. (Acadian-Tribune photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Rayne High Homecoming Week proclaimed; school activities set

The court has been selected, plans are complete, and alumni of Rayne High will return to their alma mater next week for the 2017 annual Homecoming programs and activities.

Gatti’s has been honored as the Crowley Chamber of Commerce’s Member Spotlight for August. From the left are Bryant Gielen (owner), Trenton Leonards (Chairman, Crowley Chamber of Commerce) and Gatti’s Manager Brandy Richard.

The Crowley Chamber of Commerce recognized Thib’s Auto Titles & Tags as their September Member Spotlight. From the left are Tammy Spell, Hannah Hebert, Trever Thibodeaux, Cindy Thibodeaux, Bobby Thibodeaux, Tessa Richard, Shanna Morgan, Annie Quebodeaux and Trenton Leonards (Chamber Chairman).

Gatti’s, Thib’s honored by Crowley Chamber

Since 1969, Gatti’s has been a one-stop shop in town for everyone’s favorite, classic pizza.

THE POST-SIGNAL / Howell Dennis
Crowley Lion Louis Saab tests the eyes of St. Michaels School student Michael Bush as fellow Lions Club member Wayne Melancon helps to keep the young man calm.

Lions Club begins eye exam program

For the third consecutive year, the Crowley Lions Club began traveling to area schools and giving eye exams to students to help detect any problems so that they can be corrected early.


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