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Way Back Wednesday

Nov. 24, 1977: Food Galore is what the Woodland Elementary School 4-H Club collected for 10 needy families. Pat’s Supermarket of LaPlace donated seven chickens. Major contributors to the food project are, from left, Michelle Jones, 4-H club president; Lisa Hodges, who brought in 50 canned food items; Juan Watkins, vice president; Julie Usey and Orland Mason, club members who helped pack boxes; Linda Roundtree, 4-H club leader and Emily Watkins, principal of Woodland School.

Nov. 24, 1977: Food Galore is what the Woodland Elementary School 4-H Club collected for 10 needy families. Pat’s Supermarket of LaPlace donated seven chickens. Major contributors to the food project are, from left, Michelle Jones, 4-H club president; Lisa Hodges, who brought in 50 canned food items; Juan Watkins, vice president; Julie Usey and Orland Mason, club members who helped pack boxes; Linda Roundtree, 4-H club leader and Emily Watkins, principal of Woodland School.

 

Nov. 22, 1997: Ascension of Our Lord students in Pam Secrease’s and Denise Vermeulen’s third-grade classes studied Earth in social studies, covering balloons with coats of paper mache, then painting the finished globes and adding continents to complete the project. Pictured, from left, are Ashley Bratcher, Secrease, Danielle Dallimore and Sarah Laurent.

Nov. 22, 1997: Ascension of Our Lord students in Pam Secrease’s and Denise Vermeulen’s third-grade classes studied Earth in social studies, covering balloons with coats of paper mache, then painting the finished globes and adding continents to complete the project. Pictured, from left, are Ashley Bratcher, Secrease, Danielle Dallimore and Sarah Laurent.