CHS Ladies Receive $2,500 Grant

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Andy Hebert

The Crowley Ladies basketball team received a Walmart grant. Presenting the check was store manager Jennifer Malbreaux, second from left front row. Also on hand for the presentation were, front row from left, assistant coach Latoya Nelson, Kentaysia Wilridge, Mira’Neika Lastrapes, Spirtitual Guidry, head coach Alton Allen, Macy Butler, and Aniyah Anderson; back row, Trevionna Thomas, Taylor Perkins, A’kia Richardson, Martaysha Guidry, Khalee Meaux, Caithin Dregin, and Mya Lastrapes.

The Crowley High Ladies basketball team recently received a local community grant of $2,500 from Walmart. Local community grants range from a minimum of $250 to a maximum of $5,000, and the organization applying for the grant must be local.