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There are mutliple COVID-19 Vaccine sites in St Landry Parish.
A Memorial Walkathon honoring love ones in observance of National Grief Awareness Day will be held Saturday, August 28, 2021 in Opelousas.
A perpetual scholarship endowment is being established in memory and honor of Dr. Jason Hatfield.
Mayor Dwight Landreneau invites everyone to support a fundraiser dinner sale for the local Louisiana Rockets boy's basketball team. The event is scheduled for Saturday, July 17, 2021. Dinners may be picked up in front of Town Hall from 12:00 to 1:00 PM.
To help elderly customers conserve energy this summer and manage their home energy usage year-round, CLECO is partnering with local Councils on Aging and other agencies to give away LED bulbs and offer customers registration for an On-Site Residential Weatherization Audit.
Chief Latoya Trent advises that the Washington Police Department phone number (337-826-3305) is being used to perpetrate a phone scam. The caller claims to be an officer with the Detroit Police Deparment. He informs the person who answers the phone that a warrant for his/her arrest for sex trafficking and embezzlement was issued. The caller advises to make an online payment to release the warrant.
The Town of Washington is excited to welcome the opening of Kandake House, a residential living environment for clients ages 5 to 14 who need psychiatric or psychological services. Kandake is seeking a Clinical Director for the facility.
Crosspoint Church will sponsor a free vacation bible school July 7 - 9, 2021.
Click the below link for an agenda for the Public Meeting on June 21, 2021 at 5:15 pm.
Click the below link for the June 2021 Agenda
Acadiana Out of the Darkness Community Walk is scheduled for November 13, 2021 at the Youngsville Sports Complex.
Mohorn Baptist Church in partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank will distribute frozen meals to children age 18 and younger on select Fridays in June and July.
CLECO customers who meet the eligibility requirements of the U S Treasury Emergency Rental Assistance Program being administered by the State of Louisiana can receive assistance paying past-due rent and current utility bills and some late fees dating back as far as April 1, 2020.