Thelma and Dale “Red” Fuseleir prepare to release a sky lantern in honor of the American Cancer Society’s 100th birthday, as, from left, Brandon Spell, Camille Breaux, Dewey Spell and Darelene Thibodeaux, look on Wednesday night. Wednesday was named American Cancer Society Day in Louisiana by Gov. Bobby Jindal and he urged all to help ACS finish the fight against cancer.
Fresh off of Alabama’s win in the Women’s College World Series, Crimson Tide Assistant Head Coach Alyson Habetz (third from left) and her father, Leonard (second from left), were welcomed back home to Crowley and were greeted by Mayor Greg Jones (left) and Barry Premeaux (right) as she made an appearance on KSIG Monday morning, championship trophy in tow.
THE POST-SIGNAL / Angela Becnel
Several first cousins from Mississippi whose grandmother, Patty Toler, who was married in Crowley, all spent the day at Crowley City Hall recently. They are also related to Thomas Jefferson Toler, son of Patty and Crowley local, Tommy Gardiner. Among the first cousins were, from left, Kathy Grossman, Mary Dell Hubbard, Elizabeth King, Jane Nash Jones and Martha Louise Jones.
MEMORIAL TREE was planted Sunday morning on Louisiana Avenue to commemorate the lives of Miss Irene Petitjean, Effie Hanks and Mary-Etta Johnston. Joining family members were friends and representatives of the Rayne Garden Club, Rayne Historical Society, and Mayor Jim Petitjean. Pictured are Judy Guidry, Nettie Faulk of the Hanks family, Martha Royer, Cindi Johnston of the Johnston family, Julia Breaux, Bhi Wooley, Bob Thibodeaux of Acorns of Hope, Mayor Petitjean, Sapha Guidry, Kathy Lanthier, Martin Petitjean, III, Martin Petitjean IV, Charlene Pellerin, Police Juror Jimmie Pellerin and Curtis Petitjean.
THE POST-SIGNAL / Angela Becnel /
A group of friends recites the rosary together every Tuesday at 9 a.m. at various residential homes. Recently, they also celebrated the 100th birthday of Lula Belle Stewart with sparkling juice, cake and vanilla ice cream. Among those present at the Crowley home of Dorothy Simon were, front row from left, Ida Guidry, Shirley Hebert, Lula Belle (honoree) and Cecilia Zaunbrecher; middle row, Louise Morrow, Yvonne Menard, Peggy Landry, Lou Butler, Nettie Romero, Norma Dill and Imogene LaCour; back row, Dorothy Simon, Shirley Cassidy, Phyllis Leonards, Bernella Joubert, Lou Guillot, Willie Mae Dailey, Barbara Guidry and Carolyn Sittig.