CROWLEY – On Friday, Crowley Chief of Police Jimmy Broussard released a few tips for those attending Crowley’s Mardi Gras celebration, Carnival d’Acadie, that help those in attendance have a good t
The second annual Rayne Mardi Gras Parade is ready to roll down the streets of Rayne on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 3 p.m., according to Brian Mouton, 2017 parade chairman.
The long-awaited upgrade of the Martin Luther King Community Center may be moving closer to fruition.
SEEKING CONTESTANTS: Frog Derby Queen Shelby Bordes and Frog Jockey Queen Micah Guidry, center, are joined by Director Dommie Perez and Lion Linda Credeur as they invite all Acadia Parish high school young ladies to attend a Frog Derby orientation meeting on Wednesday, March 29, at the Rayne Lions Hut near the Civic Center. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
The annual Frog Derby competition, sponsored every year by the Rayne Lions Club since the 1940s, is seeking contestants for the 2017 crown.
As in years past since the very first Rayne Frog Festival, the Rayne Jaycees will host the 35th Annual Miss and Mr.