Three Eunice High School Seniors raised money for their senior project. To succeed in their project, they worked with their local fire department by donating teddy bears. These teddy bears will be used to comfort children during a house fire, wreck, or other tragedy. They were able to donate 115 teddy bears due to the generous donations of our local Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs. If you have a COOL SCHOOL, let us know! Send Dave Baker an email to email@example.com. Put COOL SCHOOLS in the subject line.
Sacred Heart Elementary School in Ville Platte would to honor their Parochial Vicar. Sacred Heart's Fr. Taj Glodd, cooked a gumbo for the teachers while singing, dancing, and having a good time. Sacred Heart Elementary is a COOL SCHOOL because we are blessed to have two SUPER COOL priests, including Father. Tom Voorhies & Father Glodd. Go Trojans! Check out the video! If you have a COOL SCHOOL, let us know! Send Dave Baker an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Put COOL SCHOOLS in the subject line.
For a quarter of a century, Gerald Guilbeaux has been leading the Lafayette Concert Band. "It's a thrill", Guilbeaux says, "Every concert, every rehearsal, it's magic to me!" And it's good for the soul. "It's therapeutic for a lot of people, including myself. We can forget about the troubles of the work day and just focus on the music for a couple of hours." "He's awesome! ", says Angela Boudreaux who plays Bass Clarinet. "He's so talented and so good. He puts in so much time, and he's so prepared.
Welcome to Friday! On today's GMA:
*More teens arrested after new threats.
*The special legislative session continues to sputter.
*UL's Basketball coach Bob Marlin gets a big win.
*UL Baseball at the Tigue. Steve Scalise throws 1st pitch.
Good Morning Acadiana!
*The latest on the Legislative Special Session.
*Pine Prairie High School will hold an active shooter drill today.
*USA Women's Hockey strikes gold!
News, Weather, and Entertainment starts at 4:30!
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