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Children participating in the National Association of University Women Crowley Branch’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Musical included, front row from left, Daniel Roy, Ladarius Damon, Leilah Francis, Aliayah Arceneaux, Kardashia Hayes; back row, Mariah Zenon, Pilar Morris, Josef Shelvin-Lewis, Keenan Moore-Charles and Annyrie Guidry. Behind them in the pulpit are, from left, Pastor Matthew Kelso and Pastor Wesley Roy Jr.

NAUW hosts annual MLK Youth Musical

On Sunday, Jan. 20, the Crowley Branch of the National Association of University Women presented its Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Musical.

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Brenda Core, left, and Chris Lavergne, right, presented a program on the benefits of practicing yoga to the Crowley Three Ten Club at its Jan. 15 meeting. Welcoming them was Esther Trahan, club president, center.

Three Ten Club hears program on benefits of yoga

The Crowley Three Ten Club recently met at the home of Patti Lawrence.
Serving as co-hostesses were Brucie Landry and Connie Anzalone.

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