Mike Pastor with American Legion Post 15 would like to ask any veterans who are able to gather in front of Crowley City Hall on Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 p.m.
This Saturday (Oct. 29), beginning at 10:30 a.m., the Crowley Chamber of Commerce will be holding its 13th annual Gumbo Cook-Off.
And, judging by the way the crowds have steadily grown over the course of those years, it’s safe to say that this is an event that will be part of Crowley’s annual calendar for years to come.
Downtown Crowley saw perfect weather and a big crowd on hand Saturday morning for the 80th International Rice Festival Queen’s Pageant.
From left, Malari Navarre and Cory Fruge Jr. were crowned as the 80th International Junior King and Queen Friday morning. Navarre is a South Crowley Elementary second grader and is the daughter of Bobbi and Lawrence Navarre. Fruge, a second grader at Iota Elementary, is the son of Cory Fruge Sr. and Amanda Fruge.
Just call it a family tradition for the Navarres with little sister Malari Navarre being crowned the Junior Queen of the 80th International Rice Festival by her sister, 2015 queen Emmy N
Acadia Parish Schools will have to make up those flood days after all.