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James Schexnayder, Tiffani Broussard, Kathy Cormier and Richard Melancon

Links des Pink donation

Link des Pink Cancer Organization has donated a total of 44 mammogram certificates valued at approximately $450 each to Abbeville General Hospital to use on those that are less fortunate or not financially unable.
This could not have been accomplished without special help from Ray Landry, Administrative Director of Abbeville General Hospital and James Schexnayder, Imaging Manager.
A maximum of 3 certificates is allowed per patient. These certificates can be used 3 ways:
1) For an initial digital mammogram & reading by interpreting physician
or:

Eastridge Nursing and Rehab Center staff honored and celebrated the housekeeping department employees during National Housekeeping week which was September 9-15.

Honoring staff

Kappa Zeta Sorority recently donated canned goods to Christian Service Center of Abbeville. This organization helps the needy in the surrounding area. Pictured are (l-r) Kappa Zeta Treasurer, Marlene Theriot; incoming president, Diana Frederick; outgoing president, Rachel Miller; volunteer, Denise Frederick and Director of Development with Christian Service Center, Kelli Davis.

Kappa Zeta Sorority donates Christian Service Center

Kaigen Pillete

Pillette attends medical internship in Mexico

TEAGUE, TX –Kaigen Pillette a Senior at Teague High School in Teague, TX attended the All Access Medical Internship in Monterrey, Mexico from July 13th to the 28th.
FutureDocs Abroad allows high-school students to access what only third and fourth-year medical students can in the United States. The purpose of this internship was to honor, inspire, motivate and direct the top students in the country who aspire to have careers in medicine, to stay true to their dream and, after the internship, to provide a path, plan, and resources to help them reach their goal.

2018 Petite Queen and her court (l-r) Halleigh Frederick, 1st Alternate; Olivia Mason, Photogenic; Reese Menard, 2nd Alternate; 2017 Petite Queen Ahna Malorin; 2018 Petite Queen Addisyn Adams and Miley Spallino, 3rd Alternate.

2018 Deb Queen and her court (l-r) Suri Romero, 3rd Alternate; Morgan Spencer, 2nd Alternate and Photogenic; Kamille LeBlanc, 1st Alternate; 2018 Petite Queen Danni Meche and 2017 Deb Queen Mia Comeaux;

2018 Junior Queen and her court (l-r) 2017 Petite Queen Janci Aube; 2018 Petite Queen and Photogenic, Marley Mitchell; Nenah Savoy, 3rd Alternate; Tatum Doe, 2nd Alternate and Emma LeMoine, 2nd Alternate.

2018 Teen Queen and her court (l-r) Kami Hymel, Photogenic and 1st Alternate; Ahni Mire, 3rd Alternate; Lauren Lacombe, 2nd Alternate and 2018 Teen Queen Katelyn Bedwell.

2018 Ms. Queen and her court (l-r) 2018 Ms. Queen Brittney Lorio; Dana Fontenot, 1st Alternate; Suri Romero, 3rd Alternate; Tammy Prine, 2nd Alternate and Photogenic; Jackie Martz, 3rd Alternate and 2017 Ms. Queen Desirea Vicknair.

2018 Cattle Festival pageant winners

Pageants were held on September 8, 2018 at Abbeville High School. The winners will reign over the Louisiana Cattle Festival held October 11-14 at the Red Barn
(official Louisiana Cattle Festival Grounds) on Rodeo Rd.

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Abbeville Meridional

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Abbeville, LA 70510
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Fax: 337-898-9022

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Kaplan, LA 70548

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Gueydan, LA 70542