A Benefit for Josh Ardoin

In July 2014, Josh Ardoin of Carencro was diagnosed with Extraosseous Ewing’s Sarcoma. Extraosseous Ewing’s Sarcoma is a rare and aggressive bone cancer, where the tumor is outside the bone. Josh will undergo rigorous chemotherapy and radiation treatment to overcome this life – threatening disorder. There will be a benefit for him on Sunday, January […]

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Acadiana in Critical Need for All Negative Blood Types

United Blood Services once again need your help. They have informed us that they currently have less than a one day supply of Type A Negative, B Negative and O Negative blood. Of course, blood is needed every day for emergencies, for cancer patients, other diseases, transplant procedures and accident victims. The only way to […]

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Rendez-Vous Des Cajuns Live at the Liberty Theater

Rendez-Vous Des Cajuns live at the Liberty Theater in Downtown Eunice is every Saturday Night from 6-7:30PM. Performing on January 17th is Ryan Simon & Acadien. Admission is $5. For details or a schedule call (337) 457-7389 or visit www.eunice-la.com

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Gateway To The Grammys

“Gateway to the Grammys” with the Magnolia Sisters, Jo-El Sonnier & Bonsoir, Catin When: 15-Jan-2015 – 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Where: Vermilionville Performance Center Come out to support your local Grammy nominated musicians The Magnolia Sisters, Jo-El Sonnier and Bonsoir, Catin at “Gateway to the Grammys.” All ticket proceeds from this star-studded musical event […]

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Hosting an Exchange Student Shouldn’t Be a Foreign Idea

Invite the world home by SHARE!ing your heart and home with a student from overseas! High schoolers from over 30 countries are eagerly awaiting to hear who their host families will be… SHARE! families are diverse! Traditional two-parent families (with or without children), single parents or adults, and retired couples all make wonderful host families. […]

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Chili Cookoff and Benefit on the Bayou for Molly Keating

Chili Chili Bang Bang! There will be a Chili cookoff and benefit on the bayou for Molly Keating Saturday, January 10th from 8am to 8pm at Willie’s Washington Campground. The benefit will include a 5K run/walk, chili cookoff, music/live bands and live & silent auctions. 28-year-old Molly Keating was involved in a serious car accident […]

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