With 40 days to go before a new season of LSU Football begins against Miami, the Voice of the Tigers Chris Blair stopped in Ville Platte Tuesday and addressed the meeting of the Rotary Club before
Workers for Michael Waller General Contractor announced they expect to complete work on replacing supports and flooring for a parish landmark on the Courthouse Square by the end of the week. Rotten supports and flooring, seen here, threatened to collapse the cupola and bell which once topped the parish’s original courthouse. To avoid repeating the damage, eight vents were planned to be added to the base to permit air to circulate under the copper-covered flooring. (Gazette photo by Paul Kedinger)
With Vacation Bible School taking place at the Family Life Center, the Ville Platte Rotary Club was exiled to the Northside Civic Center and to the South Louisiana Community College- C.B.
Before the new administration takes over, Ville Platte Rotary President Wayne Vidrine presided over his final two meetings as the month of June came to a close.
Events that happened 47 years ago seem like they happened yesterday to Warren Frey of Mowata.