The Roaring 20’s was the theme for the 2018 Gueydan High School Homecoming Tea. The Les Dames de Gueydan hosted the occasion. The tea was held at Les Dames member, Tiffany Hebert’s home in Gueydan. Attending the tea are front row from left, Sade Smith, Kennedy Boudreaux, Alisabeth Breaux, Gwendolyn Hebert, Kelcie Williams, Sydnie Simon, Hannah Vincent, Kendra Petry, Victoria Hebert, Sumer Bonvillion, Sydney Cormier and Emma LeJeune. The Bears will play host to Centerville at 7 p.m. in the annual Homecoming game.
Delcambre High School’s 2018 Homecoming Court. (Seniors: front row from left to right) Tayah Lewis, McKailyn Wiggins, Chloe Hernandez, Ali Rae
Falgout, Jennifer Saunier; (middle right) Nyheila Ellis; (back row from left to right) Madison Latiola, Seighan LeBlanc, Alaina Barras, Alli Campbell. The Homecoming game will be on Friday, Oct. 5, at 7 p.m. at the Pit. Introduction of the court will take place during pre-game at 6:15 p.m. Announcement of the 2018 Homecoming Queen will take place during the half time activities.
School Superintendent Jerome Puyau has been on paid administrative leave for almost two months, and the School Board has yet to begin an investigation into written claims against Puyau.
On Aug. 9, the school board voted 6-2 to send Puyau home. He was allowed to get his personal belongings out of his office and then he was escorted off the property
Voting against his suspension were board members Chris Hebert and Jean Broussard. Voting for his suspension were Chris Gautreaux, Stacy Landry, Laura LeBeouf, Sara Duplechain, Kibbie Pillette and David Dupuis.
Photo by Beverly Vincent
The 2018 North Vermilion High Homecoming Court (L-r): Regan Patin, Allison Meaux, Alexandra Holmes,
Aubree Lange, Caroline Bourgeois, Amelia Pennington, Laura Nguyen, McKay Hebert, Marlee Spell, Molly
Stevens, Katelyn Cormier, Faith Derouen and Hollie Devoltz. The parade is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 4 at 5:30 p.m. The Patriots will take on the Patterson Lumberjacks on Friday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. The court presentation will begin at 6:15 and the queen will be crowned at halftime.
A Pregnancy Center and Clinic is teaming up with New Life Church, Abbeville Police Station, Mayor Mark Piazza and the Christian Service Center in Abbeville to provide services that are useful for all types of parents, whether you are preparing for a child or already have children.
A Pregnancy Center and Clinic’s website is apcclafayette.org and welcomes everyone to their free services that are now available at the Christian Service Center in Abbeville. All client information will be kept private and confidential.