THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
Percy Savoy, second from left, and Abraham Douglas, second from right, are the first beneficiaries of the philanthropic program People Caring for People organized this month by Daniel Dugar, far right. Assisting in the presentations Thursday morning is Ezora Proctor, program advisor.
A new humanitarian movement — People Caring for People — is giving senior citizens in and around the Crowley area a helping hand in meeting financial obligations for proven needs.
THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
The Crowley Chamber of Commerce recently held its annual Farmers Appreciation Banquet Thursday at the Rice Festival Building. Hundreds of farmers and community members attended the event. Among those attending were, from left, Junior Miss Crowley Alexis Romero and Miss Crowley Victoria Callahan with food being served by Jill Habetz and Tracy Young.
The Crowley Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Farmers Appreciation Banquet Thursday at the International Rice Festival building honoring those who work in acres not hours.
Participating in an economic impact study earlier this week hosted by Crowley Main Street were, from left, Ed Habetz, Historic District commissioner; Charlotte Jeffers, tourism coordinator, City of Crowley; Connie John, Crowley Main Street / Historic District commissioner; Brianna Grosicki and Katlyn Cotton, research associates with PlaceEconomics; L.J. Gielen, Crowley Main Street / Historic District commissioner; and Tony Duhon, Crowley Main Street manager.
Earlier this week, Crowley Main Street hosted Research Associates Brianna Grosicki and Katlyn Cotton from PlaceEconomics, a Washington, D.C.-based firm that analyzes the economic impacts of histori
Nestled just outside of Iota is Cochon Farms where Molly and Joey Clayton, the foodie and the farmer, live.