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.
United Blood Services is reminding area residents that donating blood is a patriotic act, through the shirts they are giving on July blood drives. The shirt has the words “Donate for Life” written in stars and stripes and features military-style dog tags.
Via a Nixle alert, the Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office advises the public that the Department of Transportation and Development will close the Pontoon Bridge in Estherwood at 2 p.m. The bridge will be reopened as soon as conditions improve.

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.

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.

RYLA participants reflect on time at camp

From left, Rotary Club of Crowley President Mary Zaunbrecher and program organizer Peggy Sandidge welcome this year’s RYLA participants, Adam Couture and Michael Bray, and, not pictured, Nicole Taylor. The three spoke of their time at RYLA and what they learned.

For roughly four days, three Crowley High School students joined over 60 other people (including camp sponsors) in Lake Fausse Pointe for this year’s RYLA Camp.

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RAYNE BOYS PINTO FROG SOX RUNNERS-UP - Members of the Rayne Boys Pinto Frog Sox baseball team comprised of all-star members of the 2014 Rayne Recreation summer league were awarded the runner-up banner during their Super Regionals held over the weekend in Youngsville, qualifying for their Zone Tournament for the 8-and-Under World Series next week in Schertz, Texas near San Antonio. Team members and coaches are, kneeling from left, Hudson Hollier, Parker Faust, Dylan Judice, Grant Simon; standing, Anthony Martin, Kainon Suiter, John David Dupont, Caiden Meche, John Ronkartz, Noah Meche, Brantley Habetz, Wayland Jude Meche; back row, coaches Randy Judice, Jonathon Hebert, Jonathan Habetz, Coy Guidry and Brian Ronkartz.

 

By Lisa Soileaux

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