Teche Action Clinic will host an informative, fun filled Senior Wellness Day on Thursday, May 15.
Each year Berwick High parents get together to coordinate the Project Graduation program for their graduating seniors. “This is a great way to keep our seniors safe on a very important day, yes it’s a struggle but a struggle worth every minute,” according to one of the coordinators, Paige Roussel. “Too many times we hear about tragic stories of children being hurt or their young lives being cut short by a tragic accident during our prom season and at graduation. This is an important program I’m striving to keep ongoing.” Making an annual contribution to Berwick High, from left, is Frances Dupre, human resources and marketing officer at M C Bank; Brice Benedietto, student; Tim Shelby, senior; and Roussel, chairman of the Berwick High School Parent Project Graduation.
Each year Berwick High parents get together to coordinate the Project Graduation program for their graduating seniors.
First graders in Celine Laubach’s class at Holy Cross Elementary participated in an Easter outreach project. The students assembled gift bags for hospice patients and patient families containing jelly beans and a copy of the Jelly Bean Prayer. The students are with Jennifer Blanchard, Heart of Hospice volunteer coordinator; Jackie Blakeman, Heart of Hospice community educator; and kneeling, Laubach. Front row, from left, are Carley Hymel, Savannah Hall, Karley Guillory, Destiny Jones and Victoria Kirkpatrick. Second row, from left, Drake Rock, Brandon Jones, Anna Morales, Karlee Alleman, Gabriel Bila, Collin Duval and Riley Chamberlain. Third row, from left, are Blanchard, Austin Cornes, Toby Comeaux, Kyle Stansbury, Gary Bourgeois Jr., Benjamin Case, James Fuhrer and Blakeman.
First graders in Celine Laubach’s class at Holy Cross Elementary participated in an Easter outreach project.
BANGOR, Wash. — Hidden somewhere deep in the Pacific Ocean a vessel with Louisiana flair is ready to strike at any moment should the need arise.