Mamou High School senior Kade Chatelain works on a laptop inside the school’s library known as “The Den.” In the past two and half years, Chatelain has written, produced and directed 33 videos which can be found on the Facebook page MHS Vids. More than a few of the videos have been viewed thousands of times. (Gazette photo by Raymond Partsch III)
MAMOU – Kade Chatelain uncovered his passion for filmmaking while trying to kill some time.
MAMOU – Despite shooting just 12.5 percent from the floor, the Mamou Lady Demons held on for a 60- 49 Bi-District playoff win against the South Plaquemines Lady Hurricanes.
VILLE PLATTE – What started as a slow start for the Ville Platte High in their bi-district playoff contest, turned into a 23 point win here Thursday night, as the Lady Bulldogs sprinted past the Franklin Lady Hornets 56-33.
Ville Platte Rotary Club member Nicole Fruge, left, club President Peter Strawitz, and guest speaker Jill Stevens with Jill Stevens Architecture in Ville Platte gather for a photo at the February 14 Rotary Club meeting. Stevens, who is orginally from Ville Platte, does both commercial and residential architecture, including new construction, additions and renovations and construction documents. (Gazette photo by Claudette Olivier)
Jill Stevens, owner of Jill Stevens Architecture in Ville Platte, was the guest speaker at the February 14 meeting of the Ville Platte Rotary Club.
The front entrance to the old Heritage Manor Nursing Home location at 220 South Thompson Street. The property was donated to the City of Ville Platte last October and will be used to house the Ville Platte Boys & Girls Club, when the organization reopens for this coming summer. (Gazette photo by Raymond Partsch III)
The Ville Platte Boys & Girls Club will once again be opening its doors to the children of Evangeline Parish.