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THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
Sponsors for the annual Kids Day event, dubbed “Kids on Main Street,” met briefly Monday morning to finaliz plans for Saturday’s event. On hand were, from left, Charlotte Jeffers, Main Street Director; Joe Mitchell, Acadia General Hospital; Steve Mire, Evangeline Bank; Troy Breaux, Dugas Soileau & Breaux; Johnny Guinn; Patti Lawrence, Main Street; Lessie Doucet, Acadia General Hospital; Daniel Fontenot, Rice Palace; Alicia Broussard, Main Street, The Vanilla Bean; Glenn Dailey, Acadia General Hospital; L.J. Gielen, Rice Palace.

Annual ‘Kids Day on Main Street’ Saturday

Crowley Main Street Committee is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a number of events highlighting the beauty and revitalization of downtown.

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PROJECT PINK RAFFLE - Mayor Charles “Chuck” Robichaux, left, purchases the first ticket for the annual Project Pink “Angel” raffle from chairman Theresa Prather, joined by granddaughter Emrie Treadway. Raffle tickets are currently on sale for the “Angel of Hope, 12” Seraphim Angel valued at $175 by ladies of Preceptor Alpha Iota Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, sponsors of the annual Project Pink slated for Saturday, Aug. 24. at the Rayne Civic Center. Contact any BSP member to make your purchase and support this campaign against breast cancer. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Project Pink raffle begins annual schedule of events

RAYNE - Preceptor Alpha Chi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will again host the “Project Pink” pageants and events on Saturday, Aug. 24, at the Rayne Civic Center.

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