KOBIE RENARD, daughter of Leffrey Renard Jr. of St. Martinville and Viola M. Menard of Parks, has been selected as the recipient of the DAR Award at St. Martinville Sr. High School. Kobie is president of FBLA and student council. She is a member of Key Club, SAVE, 4-H, Beta and the volleyball team. Kobie was selected by the senior class as a member of the homecoming court. Having maintained a 4.0 GPA during her high school career, Kobie plans to attend ULL in hopes of becoming a CPA. (Submitted Photo)
The Early Learning Center Shining Stars students for the month of September were, sitting from left to right, Keyarie Robertson, Liliana Frohock, Angelle Bonin, Deztinee Guidry, Abigail Martin and Emry Narcisse. Kneeling, Ja’Nari Batiste, Ta’Jalae Anthony, Rhylee Stelly, Anida Xayasarn, Harleigh Guidry, Layla Carvell and Kentaevion Martin. Standing, Bianca Bush, Mekhi Martin, Andyonna Jones, Kylen Chretien, Lyndsey Trahan, John Savoy and Ladaijah Young. (Submitted Photo)
LEXIE PAYGE COMEAUX, 12, was crowned 2010 Jr. Frog Festival Queen at the pageant held on Sept. 11 in Rayne. She is the daughter of Seth and Chelsea Comeaux of Cecilia and the granddaughter of Leroy and Norma Martin of Breaux Bridge, Wayne and Elaine Comeaux of Franklin and Carroll and Patricia Comeaux of Rayne. (Submitted Photo)
GOOD COOKS – SM VFC members who one first place for various dishes were, from left, Iva Theriot, Betty Devillier, Doris Champagne, Elise Verret, Sue Olivier and Melba Dugas. (Staff Photo by Angel Fontenot)
Parish President Guy Cormier spoke was the guest speaker today at the St. Martinville Volunteers for Family and Community Awards Day at the St. Francis of Assisi Parish Center in Breaux Bridge. (Staff Photo by Angel Fontenot)
AT ROTARY — Dennis Paul Williams (right), noted artist, musician and member of the St. Martinville City Council, was the featured speaker at the Sept. 30 meeting of the St. Martinville Rotary Club, relating to Rotarians his experiences as an artist and musician, as well as his views on municipal affairs. Welcoming Williams was Rotarian Henri Bienvenu, program chairman.