MISS AND MASTER KINGS AND QUEENS – The 2010-11 Miss and Master Breaux Bridge Kings and Queens are, front row, Kathryn Johnson, Tiny Miss. Middle row, from left, Gunner Courville, Tiny Mr.; Abigail Choate, Petite Miss; Alyssa Morgan, Deb Miss; Jadyn Devillier, Young Miss; and Andee Johnson, Little Miss. Back row, Emery Bienvenu, Teensy Miss; Kara Smith, Jr. Miss; Jace Blanchard, Baby Mr.; Jayde Dunbar, Miss Breaux Bridge; Adrienne Childress, Teen Miss; and Rylie Pommier, Baby Miss. Not pictured is Chanler Domingue, Little Mr.; and Averie Demoruelle, T-Nincy Miss. (Submitted Photo)
ABOUT HORSES — Sgt. T.J. Bergeron (center), animal control officer with the St. Martin Sheriff’s Office, was the featured speaker at the Sept. 26 meeting of the St. Martinville Rotary Club. He told Rotarians of the growing problem in the parish regarding abandoned and/or mistreated horses. Welcoming Sgt. Bergeron were club president C. Thomas Bienvenu Jr. (left) and Rotarian Joe Standridge, program chairman.
SMVFC VISITS BATON ROUGE – Dr. Florent Hardy (far left) is shown with 25 members of the St. Martin Volunteers for Family and Community (SMVFC) at the Archives Building in Baton Rouge. Members viewed several exhibits and a short film on the functions and importance of the archives to Louisiana and the world. (Submitted Photo)
HOUSING AUTHORITY – The Housing Authority of Parks donated school uniforms to the children of residents who participate in the Housing Program. Seated from left, Haagan Theriot, D’ailey Potier and Chandler George. Standing, Hannah Theriot, Commisioner Latricia Potier, Patsy Robertson, Commissioner Damien Wilson, Chairperson Denise George and Bailey Potier. (Submitted Photo)
JORDAN GUILLOT was voted Firefighter of the Year and Outstanding Fireman for 2009 by members of the Evangeline Volunteer Fire Dept. in St. Martinville. Capt. Guillot was cited for his response and dedication as a volunteer firefighter.
ENGLISH TEACHERS from St. Martinville Sr. High attended a Schoology Webinar on Tuesday, Aug. 10. They will be incorporating this new social networking tool for teachers and students in their classrooms this school year. From left, Maureen Molbert, Danita Dupuis, Sherrie Jacobs and Corky Matthews. (Submitted Photo)
ST. MARTINVILLE KIWANIS CLUB President Larry Roy and member Ben Breaux (left and right, respectively) welcome guests McKenna Andrepont and Craig Prosper.
Andrepont, president of the Acadiana Home School Key Club, said the club’s first meeting will be Aug. 31 at the Southside Library in Lafayette from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Prosper, a member of the St. Martinville City Council, spoke about the upcoming Tour du Teche canoe race and Kiwanis participation in the race. He also talked about projects that are in the works for the city. (Photo by Steve Comeaux)
BREAUX BRIDGE BUSINESS of the Month, St. Bernard Catholic School, is represented by (from left) Ray Latiolais, principal; Tina Begnaud, executive director of the Breaux Bridge Area Chamber of Commerce, and Father Paul Lafleur.