Chairman Nikki Link is inviting businesses, restaurants, and all non-profit organizations to participate in the second annual Frog Festival Frog Cook-Off on Saturday, May 13, at the Frog Festival P
ROTARY DAY PROCLAIMED: Members of the Rotary Club of Rayne were on hand Tuesday morning when Mayor Charles “Chuck” Robichaux officially proclaimed Saturday, April 22, as “Rotary Day” in the city of Rayne. On hand to witness the signing of the proclamation were, seated from left, Cynthia Beslin, chairperson, Mayor Robichaux; standing from left, Rotarians DeBorah Smith, Rose Schexnider, club president; Fran Bihm, Cheryl Rivette and grandson Landon Rivette, Ken Arceneaux and Steve Bandy. A number of activities are planned in observance of Rotary Day, including a 5K Ribbit Run and a family-friendly “post-race party” at Depot Square. (Acadian-Tribune photo by Lisa Soileaux)
Saturday’s second annual Rayne Rotary Club 5K Run — now officially dubbed “Ribbit Run” — will kick off activities of the third Rotary Day observance at The Depot Square.
Gregory Dubois, center, will become the new principal at Rayne Catholic Elementary School effective July 1. Dubois most recently served as assistant principal of Cathedral Carmel Elementary School in Lafayette. Welcoming him to the school are Father Kevin Bordelon, left, pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church and RCE Chancellor; and Terry Gros, interim principal.
Rayne Catholic Elementary School has named a new principal.
Acadia Parish 4-H’ers participating in the 2017 Southwest Area Commodity Cookery Contest included, front row from left, Laura Thibodeaux, Madison McGee; back row, Brianna Frey, Brad Monceaux, Colt Monceaux and Hannah LeBlanc.
Recently, approximately 95 4-H’ers from 11 different parishes, with parents in tow, descended on Acadia Parish for the 2017 Southwest Area Commodity Cookery Contest.
On Tuesday, May 2, Junior Achievement of Acadiana will host the 21st annual Business Hall of Fame event at University of Louisiana at Lafayette Atchafalaya Ballroom.