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THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
Victoria Marie Callahan, the daughter of Michael Callahan and Angela Callahan, was crowned the 82nd International Rice Festival Queen Saturday morning.

Victoria Marie Callahan crowned 82nd IRF Queen

Although the weather called for a change of venue from the Supreme Rice Soundstage to the Rice Theatre, there was a large crowd on hand for the International Rice Festival Queen’s Pageant.

THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
Superintendent Scott Richard and wife Mary crowned the 2018 Junior Rice Festival King and Queen during ceremonies on the Supreme Rice Sound Stage Friday morning. The new queen is Blair Wallace from Egan Elementary. The new king is Daxton Broussard of St. Francis Elementary.

Broussard, Wallace selected as IRF Junior King and Queen

Crowned as the 81st International Rice Festival Junior King and Queen are second grader Daxton Glen Broussard, son of Melanie and Shawn Broussard, of St.

ATTEND 50-YEAR REUNION - Classmates of the Rayne HIgh School graduating class of 1968 attending their “golden” 50-year reunion were, seated from left, Gloria Richard Collier, Carolyn Guidry Menard, Marlene Leger Goodson, Nancy Sarsfield, Jennifer Bourque Cordova, Daisy Venable Caruso, Eva Granger Trahan, Judy Daigle Huval, Peggy Constantin Richard, Florette Dischler; second row, Joanne Thompson Bordelon, Rodney Savoy, Cindi Moody Savoy, Janet Olinger Landes, Susan Reed Odom, Judith Meche Constantine, Donna Sonnier Blank, Norma Doga Baronne, Carla Boudreaux Lormond, Shirley Witherwax, Linda Menard Bustamante, Delores Vasseur Hines, Linda Franklin Mosher, John Moreau, Raylin Alleman; third row, Ida Martin Hooper, Nancy Morgan Comeaux, Chris Benoit Melancon, Donna Borne McCardell, Betty Jo Clement Constantine, Chris Chappuis Simpson, Harold Simon, Loretta Andrus Hornsby, Linda Bordes Tassin, Norman Saltzman, Myrna Manual Constantin, Linda Fuselier Young, Benton Perrodin; back row, Robley Moreau, Larry Menard, Rodney Richard, Larry Savoie, Barry Heinen, Russell Lanclos, Ronald Domingue, Ralius Dupuis, Rhuel Hoffpauir and Gary Domingue. Absent from photo is Glenn Hebert. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

Rayne High class of 1968 celebrates golden 50-year reunion

The Rayne High class of 1968 celebrated their “golden” anniversary by attending their 50-year class reunion on Saturday, Sept. 22, at Union Hall in Rayne.

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