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Crowley Fire Chief Jody Viator spoke to members of the Crowley Lions Club recently on the work involved in maintaining the city’s Class 2 fire rating and other issues.

Working on rating

The Crowley Fire Department will undergo fire rating testing next year and is working hard to maintain its current Class 2 rating, according to Fire Chief Jody Viator.

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The Crowley Lions Club welcomed representatives of the Acadiana Planning Commission recently. On hand were, from left, Keith Frederick, club president; Chad LaComb, APC economic development planner; Monique Boulet, APC chief administrative officer; and club member Louis Saab.

Lions hear watershed initiative plans

Monique Boulet, chief administrative officer of the Acadiana Planning Commission, outlined projects that have benefitted Acadia Parish and told Crowley Lions of issues being addressed by the APC.

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Kayla Segura, second from left, Acadia Parish 4-H Agent and Parish Chairman; and Dr. Kurt Guidry, second from right, LSU AgCenter Regional Director, were guests of the Crowely Lions Club recently to talk about the operations of the facility and the programs offered through 4-H. Welcoming them to the meeting are Nancy Loewer, far left, program chair; and Club Presiident Keith Frederick.

Lions learn of operations at local center

Members of the Crowley Lions Club recently learned about the operations of the LSU AgCenter and 4-H Extension Office.


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