Eight students will be honored as the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Alumni Association's Outstanding Graduates during Spring 2014 Commencement ceremonies on Saturday. The Outstanding Graduates, one from each of eight academic colleges, are shown with Dr. Joseph Savoie, president of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (left), Dr. Michael Judice, president of the UL Lafayette Alumni Association executive board (middle) and Dr. James Henderson, UL Lafayette Provost. The graduates, from left to right, are: Meredith Boustany, Matthew Hartley, Kristy Langlinais, Kristen Armstrong, Maria Rachal, Jacob Broussard, Kacie Breaux, and Peyton Hargrave.
Eight students, including two from Vermilion Parish, will be honored during Spring 2014 Commencement ceremonies as the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Alumni Association’s Outstanding Graduate
Twelve new members of the 4-H Hall of Fame were installed May 10 at the Louisiana 4-H Museum in Mansura. The inductees are, left to right, front row, Madge Borne of Jefferson Parish, Randy Stutes of Vermilion Parish, Carolyn Lang of Winn Parish, James “Jake” Abadie of Iberia Parish, Terril Faul, State 4-H Office; Pete Miranda of Iberville Parish; back row, l-r, Sue Butler of Concordia Parish, Karen Broussard of Vermilion Parish for her late husband Johnny Broussard; Ann Langlinais of Vermilion Parish, Lynn Farrar of Caddo Parish, Judia Lacombe of Acadia Parish and Sandra Brumley of Caddo Parish. (Photo by Bruce Schultz)
MANSURA, La. – Three Vermilion Parish residents were honored on May 10 for their work with youth as the newest inductees into the Louisiana 4-H Hall of Fame.