Meredith Privat was among the 30-plus artists with works displayed during Friday’s Art & Wine Stroll hosted by the City of Crowley and the Main Street Program. Hundreds attended the inaugural event, visiting 13 participating businesses while enjoying shopping, visiting, or just looking. Privat’s work was displayed at Indigo Blue.

A walk-off hit

Downtown Crowley was teeming with people Friday afternoon for the inaugural Art & Wine Stroll.

Presented were, seated from left, Reginald Allen, Havonda Smith, Shamar George, Dylan Hunter; standing, Taya Hollier, Karlnasha Johnson, Shan’Ja Augustus and Ellicia Carter.

Ellicia Carter and Havonda Smith were selected to reign over the ball.

Members of the Crowley Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., on hand for the sorority’s annual cotillion were, front row from left, Sharon Rawls, Dr. Patricia Douglass, Evelyn Julien, Charlesetta Andrus, Aisha Ali, Cynthia Dominick, Vicky Milson, Audry Spencer, Yolanda Langham, Ruth Wilson, Latikka Magee-Charles, Cheryl Shelvin-Lewis; back row, Paula Cutrer, Dr. Michelle Calloway, Bertha Stevens, Nakia Spencer, Patricia Webster, Dollie Eaglin, LaQuanta Evans, Krystal Chevis, Latanya Evans, Ronnie Taylor and Sheryl Alexander.

Debs, Beaux presented at annual sorority cotillion

The Crowley Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., recently presented its 2019 Debs and Beaux at its annual cotillion.

This transparency design won Georgie Petitjean first place in Class 1 - “Fashion - What Will We Wear?” - of the Design Division. Petitjean’s design also took the coveted Designer’s Choice Award.

Carol Trahan took top honors in the Horticulture Division with her moth orchid. The plant won both the Award of Horticultural Excellence and the Grower’s Choice Award.

Marlene Brantley took first place in Class 2 - “Housing: Where Will We Live?” - of the Design Division with her construction design.

In Class 3 - “Food: What Will We Eat? - of the Design Division, Marilyn Lawson won first place with her informal table design.

Sissy Gall won first place in Class 4 - “Transportation: How Will We Get There?” of the Design Division with this low-profile design.

Standard Flower Show winners announced

The Crowley Garden Club hosted its 39th Annual Standard Flower Show on Thursday and Friday, April 25-26.


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