The turnout was great, biggest one so far that has attended. Louisiana was the featured band, playing the music that had everyone dancing with every song played.

Music in the Park

This past Saturday was the start of music in Donaldsonville Downtown Live @ Crescent Park. The turnout was great, biggest one so far that has attended. Louisiana was the featured band, playing the music that had everyone dancing with every song played. Age did not matter, as everyone was moving to the beat. The weather was beautiful, the sky filled with stars, a perfect night to enjoy and have fun. Everyone is invited to join in the fun every first Saturday of the month. The band kicks will be playing from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Next month’s event will be Saturday, April 7. Come mingle, laugh, dance and enjoy the fun at Donaldsonville Downtown Live @ Crescent Park.

It’s Market Time

The first “Market on the Square” was held last Saturday. Vendors were out selling a variety of interesting products. It’s FREE to participate, there is no fee to setup your table or display your product. Everyone is encouraged to come participate. Mark your calendar for the next market day scheduled for Saturday, April 7, 8:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. in Louisiana Square on Railroad Avenue in Donaldsonville, LA. Come out, shop, enjoy the park, and the beautiful weather.

Paving the Way

Lowery Middle School honored several administrators, directors, educators and staff members of the Ascension Parish School System for their contributions to pave the way for success and progress of today. One of the honorees were Ms. Emelda C. Jones, who served as a social studies teacher during her tenure. Pictured is Ms. Emelda C. Jones and Daryl Comery, LMS Principal.

Rotary News

Lee Melancon was the guest speaker at Rotary last week. Mr. Melancon updated the club regarding the plans and vision of Bayou Lafourche. The improvements to the bayou will benefit Donaldsonville as well as provide the necessary drinking water to the residents south of the bayou. The activities to come will be something everyone in the community will be able to enjoy. The Donaldsonville Rotary Club meets every Thursday at noon at Café Lafourche, 817 Veterans Blvd., Donaldsonville, LA. Pictured is President Elect Juanita C. Pearley and guest speaker Lee Melancon.