RAYNE - The 2019-2020 budget was the main order of business for the September meeting of the Rayne City Council.
HOMECOMING WEEK PROCLAIMED - During ceremonies Wednesday morning at City Hall, Mayor Charles “Chuck” Robichaux signed the official proclamation declaring Sept. 16-20 “Rayne High School 2019 Homecoming Week.” School officials and Homecoming Court members on hand for the ceremonies were, seated from left, Mayor Chuck Robichaux and RHS Coach Kaine Guidry; standing, Homecoming Court members Gracie Bergeron, Ke’asa Chavis, Lizzie Daigle, Madeleine Deville, Alyssa Dorsett, Nae Francis, Lexie Marks, Autumn Meche, Morley Richard and Dori Witherwax. Attending but absent from photo are RHS Principal J. Wendall Prudhomme and faculty chair Paige Dupont. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
RAYNE - The court has been selected, plans are complete, and alumni of Rayne High will return to their alma mater this week for the programs and events associated with Homecoming of 2019.
PAST PRESIDENTS ACKNOWLEDGED - Recognized during the Rayne Chamber of Commerce Open House and special events in celebration of the Chamber office’s 20th anniversary were past Chamber presidents in attendance, from left, John Sarver, Kelly Stutes, Martha Royer, Beverly Rayon, Roland Boudreaux, Angie Broussard, Sara Doga, Jeremy Lavergne and Warren McBride. Additional photos and event highlights can be found on page 15A. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)
A full house was welcomed for the Rayne Chamber of Commerce Open House and special events held Thursday, Sept. 12, in celebration of the Chamber office’s 20th anniversary.
Better Business Bureau Serving Acadiana is warning the public to beware of a phone scam.