Margaret Trahan, a Crowley native and President/CEO of United way of Acadiana, spoke to Crowley Rotarians about how United Way is helping relief efforts in horrible catastrophes such as recent Hurr
Rotary Club of Crowley
You just never know who, or what, will be the point of discussion at Rotary Club meetings it seems.
Case in point, Sarah Walker’s talk about birds, particularly parrots, Tuesday.
Crowley Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Amy Thibodeaux, left, addressed her fellow Rotarians Tuesday with a look at the many things the Chamber did in 2016. Thibodeaux expressed interest in making the report an annual occurrence for the community. Thanking her for the program is Crowley Rotary President Tracy Young, right.
Crowley Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Amy Thibodeaux took Rotary Club program Tuesday as a chance to talk about the Chamber, and specifically, its year.
After two nights of dancing, it was safe to say, the cast of Dancing With the Stars in Crowley were ready for a break.
Ross Elementary was the focus of the Rotary Club of Crowley’s meeting. Led by Principal Paula Cutrer, first graders from the school presented the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People as part of The Leader in Me Program. Participating Tuesday were students, front from left, Christiana Landry, Ja’Darius Byers, Archie Holmes, Ja’Ryiah Andrus, Adrenna McDowell, Tahj George, Mylan Milson, Tearinee Thomas, Jordan Lewis and Brylegh Myers; and, back row, first grade teacher LaQuanta Evans, school liaison Virgie Pitre, Rotary Club President Tracy Young, Cutrer and vocational speaker and program organizer Dr. Ezora Proctor.
There’s no denying the fact that Ross Elementary School Principal Paula Cutrer is proud of the strides the school has made over the past four years.