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THE TIMES, APRIL 20, 2017 PAGE 2 April 22: The Italian Festival Spaghetti Cook- Off Italian Festival Grounds, Tickfaw, LA 70466 - Heather Coslan 985-687-4975 www.theitlianfes- tivalorg.com April 28-30: The Italian Festival Italian Festival Grounds, Tickfaw, LA 70466 - Friday 6pro - llpm, Saturday ll:30am - llpm & Sunday llam - 6pm - Andrew Truxillo 985-634- 0597 www.theitalianfestivalorg.com Living Stations of the Cross St. Joseph School fourth graders gave a rever- ent portrayal of the Living Stations of the Cross for the student body and families in the school gym on April 13th, the last day before Easter break. Pictured left to right are Ellie Thomas, Sarah Bre- ax, Ella Ryan Pellichino, Alexa Mondragon, Ella Rose Milton (Mary), Brody Smith (Jesus), John- Michael Heroman, and Ian Gremillion. ( Courtesy Photo) Lizzie Larrieu signs with Loyola Congratulations to Archbishop Hannan High School senior Elizabeth "Lizzie" Larrieu (seated front row, center) on her signing with Loyola University in New Orleans to swin Seated with her are her parents Debbie and David Larrieu and (back row, left to right) are Hannan Athletic Director Coach Joe Hines, Franco's Fins Head Coach Robby Fristcher, and Hannan Principal Fr. Charles Latour. Elizabeth and her parents re- side in Ponchatoula, Tangipahoa parish. (Hannan Photo) Special to The Times : Garden of the Month for April awaL-ded to Mrs. and Mr. Glen Austin Sr. 180 Grove St, Poncha ula. Pictured are Robin and granddaughters Avery and Reese Austin posed among the variety of shrubs flowers and trees which include Azalea, knock out roses, pansy, Crepe Myrtle, Petunias,Chrysthanthemum, Dianthus, geranium, Hawaiian Cannas, Dailey, pe, Japanese Magnolia, Magnolia Trees, Cigar Plants Plumbego, Im- patienes, Sweetheart rose, Aloe, Lilies, yellow and Pur- ple Iris, Sego palm, Bromeliads, Spider phnts, Coleus, and Lantanas. This vast variety is set in areas inclu g a Japanese garden with fish pond and arch wooden bridge in the rear of the property and a lined gravel walk leading up to the front porch; Great job and congratulations Robin for your hard work on this beautiful labor of love. The Ponchatoula Gardenettes are members of Na- [] tional Garden Clubs inc., Deep South Region, Louisiana Garden Club Federation inc. District VI. Gardenettes meet over bromeliads Hostesses for the April Gardenette meeting were Linda Taranto, Vicky Fannaly, Pat Walsh, Lydia Cosgrove, and Karen Moran. Mike Seal of Funny Farms Bromeliads in Mississippi was the guest speaker for the April Gardenette meeting. He spoke on bromeliad culture and showed some innovative means of displaying and growing then (Gardenette Photo) SLU cheers Tucker Aaron Williams is cheered on by some South- eastern athletes during the Shuttle Run portion of the annual SLU Field Day at Tucker. (Tucker Photo) June 8th, 2017 - 7:00PM ;, Raising Cane's River Center 275 South River Road Baton Rouge, LA 70802 "~ t~ 1 (800)745-3000 JohnEdward.net or ticketmas/er.'com MEMBERFBC Times tnternet Edition -- www. )onchatoula.com/~times E-Mail: editor@ponchatoula.com or timesofinde }endence@gmail.com