RAYNE - During the August meeting of Arceneaux Post 77, American Legion, held Tuesday evening at the local Legion Home, Commander David Guidry and chairmen lined up a number of upcoming events plan
FIRST RIDE ACADIANA RAYNE STOP - Among those in attendance for the first stop in Rayne at the Southside Community Center for the new Ride Acadiana transit bus service between Acadia Parish and Lafayette were, from left, Deidra Druilhet and Rachel Godeaux of Acadiana Planning Commission, City Clerk Annette Cutrera, Cynthia Beslin, Fran Bihm (Chamber), Chad Lacombe (Acadiana Planning Commission), Tiffany Gossen, Miss Rayne Mary Kate Simon, Suzette Leonards, Claire Hebert, Monique Boulet, Acadiana Planning Commission, and Rayne Police Officers Michael Cormier and Matthew Scott. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
The first week of a six-month pilot bus service, “Ride Acadiana,” is up and running as of Monday, Aug.
RAYNE HIGH DEFENSE ON THE MOVE - During Rayne HIgh’s pre-season scrimmage held Thursday, Aug. 16, at Wolf Stadium, the Wolves hosted Opelousas High School. Here, the Rayne High defensive squad surrounds an Opelousas runner during afternoon action. The Wolves will participate tonight (Thursday) during the first night of the Acadia-Vermilion Jamboree as they meet Kaplan High School during a 6 p.m. contest at Church Point High School. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
RAYNE - The Rayne High football team hit the field Thursday, Aug. 16, for a pre-season scrimmage as they hosted Opelousas High.
Ducks Unlimited Church Point/Rayne Chapter will host it’s 2018 Annual Sponsor Banquet on Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 6 p.m. at Chef Roy’s Frog City Café in Rayne.
Registration is continuing for Rayne’s 2018 season of the city’s flag football and volleyball leagues, as announced by Rayne Recreation Director Dwayne Derise.