The Rotary Club of Crowley met Tuesday and learned about physical therapy from Rotarian Daryl Albro and were invited to the Crowley High Dinner Auction by guest and CHS football coach Josh Fontenot. Present were, from left, President-Elect M’Elise Trahan, Fontenot, Albro and Secretary Melinda Malmay.

In 1914, as the U.S. became involved in World War I, women with a base knowledge set were recruited as reconstruction aides to help with injured veterans.
Since 1887, The Crowley Post-Signal and its predecessors have been the newspaper of choice for readers who want the most complete record of Crowley’s history, personalities and stories of interest — and the unique, first-hand perspective that only a local newspaper can provide.

From left, elected to serve as officers for the 2014-15 Chamber year were Kerry Gibson as chairperson, Jennifer T. Mixon as vice-chairperson and Robert Trahan as secretary/treasurer.

The Crowley Chamber of Commerce has announced the new leadership of the board of directors. Elected to serve as officers during the 2014-15 Chamber year are Kerry Gibson, chairman; Jennifer T. Mixon, vice-chairwoman; and Robert Trahan, secretary/treasurer. 

The Rotary Club of Crowley met Tuesday and learned about physical therapy from Rotarian Daryl Albro and were invited to the Crowley High Dinner Auction by guest and CHS football coach Josh Fontenot. Present were, from left, President-Elect M’Elise Trahan, Fontenot, Albro and Secretary Melinda Malmay.

From left, elected to serve as officers for the 2014-15 Chamber year were Kerry Gibson as chairperson, Jennifer T. Mixon as vice-chairperson and Robert Trahan as secretary/treasurer.

Albro presents 'Evolution of Physical Therapy'

The Rotary Club of Crowley met Tuesday and learned about physical therapy from Rotarian Daryl Albro and were invited to the Crowley High Dinner Auction by guest and CHS football coach Josh Fontenot. Present were, from left, President-Elect M’Elise Trahan, Fontenot, Albro and Secretary Melinda Malmay.

In 1914, as the U.S. became involved in World War I, women with a base knowledge set were recruited as reconstruction aides to help with injured veterans.

Post Scripts for July 29, 2014

Since 1887, The Crowley Post-Signal and its predecessors have been the newspaper of choice for readers who want the most complete record of Crowley’s history, personalit

Chamber names new leadership

From left, elected to serve as officers for the 2014-15 Chamber year were Kerry Gibson as chairperson, Jennifer T. Mixon as vice-chairperson and Robert Trahan as secretary/treasurer.

The Crowley Chamber of Commerce has announced the new leadership of the board of directors.

New Crowley royalty crowned

Chosen Saturday night as the new royalty to represent the City of Crowley were, from left, 2014 Junior Miss Crowley Jessica Lutisha Clayton, 2014 Miss Crowley Julian Rene Devillier and 2014 Teen Miss Crowley Victoria Marie Callahan.

There was an abundance of beauty, glitz and glamour in the Rice Capital of America last night as the 2014 Miss Crowley Pageants were held at the Grand Opera House of the South.

2014 Miss Rayne Pageant nears, orientation planned

MISS RAYNE PREPARATIONS - Miss Rayne Chairperson Suzette Leonards, standing, and the reigning Miss Rayne Kaitlyn Thibodeaux, seated, are in the middle of making plans for the upcoming 2014 Miss Rayne Pageant on Saturday, Aug. 23, at the Rayne Civic Center. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

 

Work lies ahead for Rotarians in new club year

Rotary Club of Crowley members listen intently as Peggy Sandidge discusses her subcommittee’s ongoing projects, which includes Miss Helen’s Soup Kitchen, the Welcome House and, now, the school supply drive.

Heads of Rotary Club of Crowley committees and subcommittees reported on the 2013-14 club year’s success before taking a look forward into 2014-15.

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Hayden Erbe has yet to pitch his first inning for the Crowley Gents, but he already has some CHS players and fans counting the days until he does.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Saja Hoffpauir
The Acadia Players are hard at work on their new dinner theater production, “The Bold, The Young, and The Murdered,” which will debut Saturday night at Chef Roy’s in Rayne. ABOVE: Theater-goers will have to be quick to keep up with the action, as the stage is filled with players in the first 20 minutes. Among them are, bottom from left, Michaela Jabusch, Sydney Gilder, Tiffany Reed and Lynne Broussard (standing); top, Zach Thibodeaux, Tina Reaux, Randy LaCombe, Allyson Heyzel, Luke Arsement and Dylan Stewart.

Obituaries

 Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, July 30, at a 2 p.m. in Martin & Castille’s La Fleur de Lis Chapel in Lafayette for Kathryn Sue Murray Dixon, 67, who died at 1:13 a.m.

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