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FIRST RAFFLE TICKET PURCHASED - Taking part in the purchase of the first raffle ticket for the 2019 Knights of Columbus Rayne Acadian Council 1897 Fall Raffle were, from left, Rayne Police Chief Carroll Stelly, KC treasurer Albert Johnson and Mayor Chuck Robichaux. Tickets of $2 each or a book of 10 for $20 are available from any KC member, St. Joseph Church parish office or True Value Hardware.
(Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Annual KC Fall Raffle begins, make your purchase now

RAYNE - The Knights of Columbus, Rayne Acadian Council 1897, have begun selling tickets for their 2019 Annual Fall Raffle, with the first tickets purchased last week.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
The Rotary Club of Crowley recently hosted Dr. Charles R. “Chip” McGimsey, Louisiana State Archeologist, who delivered to the club a very educational presentation on Louisiana Archeology and Poverty Point earthen works. On hand for the presentation were, from left, Rotary Club President Amy Thibodeaux, McGimsey, and Rotarian Jill Habetz.

Poverty Point topic for Rotarians

Louisiana is home to earthen mounds located on the campus of LSU that predate the first Egyptian pyramids.


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