CROWLEY KIWANIS CLUB

THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
A capital campaign is underway to raise funding to build a “new” Ms. Helen’s Soup Kitchen. The current facility, seen here, is iin serious disrepair, according to Father Mikel Polson, pastor of St. Michael Church, which operates the kitchen. Plans are to tear down this building and construct a new building in its place.

Kiwanians learn of plans to build a ‘new’ Ms. Helen’s Soup Kitchen

Plans for the razing and reconstruction of Ms. Helen’s Soup Kitchen were explained to members of the Crowley Kiwanis Club Thursday.

THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
The annual Kiwanis Club Christmas Parade will roll through the streets of Crowley Tuesday, Dec. 4, beginning at 6 p.m. Among the Kiwanians heading up plans for the event are, from left, Harold Gonzales, Daniel Fontenot, Steven Premeaux and K.P. Gibson.

Kiwanians finalize plans for Crowley Christmas Parade

Members of the Crowley Kiwanis Club are finalizing plans for the annual City of Crowley Christmas Parade.

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