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Mrs. Judith "Judy" Hebert , née Mouton
Graduated 1946

Home:
101 Woodrich Lane
Lafayette, La 70507

Work:

Home Phone: 337-234-2683
Work Phone: --
Fax: 337-235-1740
Email: hphebert@bellsouth.net

UG major was speech education, I was daily radio announcer on the SLI radio station, member of the Varsity Debate team from 1943-1946 which won several championships, president of the Girl’s Club 1944-1945, member of Sigma Sigma Sigma social sorority 1944-1946, “Triangle” correspondent 1945-1946, president of Pi Kappa Delta 1945-1946 and received its Degree of Special Distinction, vice president of Sigma Delta Pi 1944-1945, and member of Alpha Psi Omega, Newman Club, La Academia Castellana, Drama Guild and associate editor of its “Curtain Call” in 1945 and won third place in the After Dinner Speaker competition in Atlanta, GA in 1945. Received the BA degree from SLI and completed 15 graduate school hours at the University of Delaware in speech related subjects in 1952-1953. Red Jacket from 1944-46.After leaving SLI, taught speech at Sulphur High School while directing a weekly radio show, publishing school newspaper,directing debate team and producing one and three act plays which won state first places in all categories.Taught speech and English IV for 16 years.
While Community Arts Coordinator for Acadiana Arts Council produced first series of “Downtown Alive!”. Received “Volunteer of ther Year” award from the Arts Council. Conducted two day sessions on the Arts in Lafayette for the first Leadership Lafayette sessions and a two week course on parlimentary procedure for the Chamber of Commerce. Co-chaired Lafayette Centennial Celebration in 1984 and was a volunteer receptionist for the Acadiana Symphony. Have served as a board member of the Lafayette Parish Library, Chorale Acadienne, Community Concerts and St. Anthony’s Parish Council. Present memberships include St. John Cathedral Catholic Daughters of America and Ladies’ Altar Society, Daughters of the Ameican Revolution and the United Daughters of the Confederacy.