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Pétanque Court damaged

Great day yesterday at Festival Acadiens et Creoles. Unfortunately some sort of vehicle drove across the court and knocked out part of one of the court walls. A repair weekend will now be in order.  The sooner the better before heavy rain makes things even worse by washing out the materials.
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July 28, 2013: Picnic & Petanque in Girard

Hello/ Bonjour: Keep an eye on the sky for although the forecasts, http://www.katc.com/pages/8-day-forecast/ (or) http://www.klfy.com/weather , give a ray of hope for this Sunday (as they did for last month), July's meeting was indeed "a wet day" and thus cancelled, with a deluge concentrated on the north side of town while not a puddle formed around my house, only a…
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Petanque in Lafayette: Not Simply a Sporting Event…

Hello/ Bonjour: Suffering the same fate that most languages in the coming century will, local French dialects are rapidly becoming extinct. And as a strong collaborator of Alliance Française de Lafayette, a secondary mission of our club, La Boule Cadienne de Lafayette, is to preserve and promote the French language. So we have added some…
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June 23, 2013: Petanque and Perspiring in Girard Parc

Hello/ Bonjour: Parasols and trees aside, anticipate a wet day; with recent days' heat indexes exceeding 100deg. F,  if rain does not drench you sweat will. Starting at about 2pm, the game is located around the north end of the park, behind the UL Alumni Center. Weather: http://www.katc.com/pages/8-day-forecast/ (or) http://www.klfy.com/weather
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