Ville Platte Mayor Jennifer Vidrine gives high fives to members of the Elks Dixie Youth baseball team during Saturday’s opening ceremonies. Every squad from the Dixie Youth baseball leagues, as well as the Ville Platte Girls’ Softball leagues were formally introduced during the ceremonies. (Gazette photo by Tracey Jagneaux)
Leaves are back on the trees, flowers are blooming and the pollen is flying like snowflakes in Montana.
No doubt about it, Spring has arrived!!!
And with the re-introduction to the season of renewal, two of the most beloved past times in America abound once again.
The Ville Platte Rotary Club welcomed medical oncologist at Savoy Medical Center Dr. Tanyanika Phillips at its weekly meeting on April 6, at Main Street Pizza. Phillips was the guest of rotarian Nick LeBas.
Mamou High catcher Angel Menier jumps for joy as she scores the winning run in the Lady Demon’s extra inning 7-6 victory over the DeQuincy Lady Tigers Tuesday afternoon. Mamou is now 7-2 in District 4-2A and will close out league play against Vinton at home on Thursday. (Gazette photo by Tracey Jagneaux)
MAMOU -- It was an extra inning affair here Tuesday afternoon, as the Mamou Lady Demons slipped past the DeQuincy Lady Tigers 7-6 in a key District 4-2A contest.