To Whom It May Concern:
On Oct. 6, a meeting was held at Farmers Merchants Bank, and present were Robbie Fontenot, Kye Cantey, Pete Hoppie, Guy Cormier, Fred Mills, Calder Hebert, and Carrol Bergeron.
Richard Hoffpauir, program director, was also in attendance via phone. Mr. Hoffpauir agreed to give us six months from the date of the meeting to get things in order.
I will meet with Tom Brumbaugh, our attorney, to discuss the buy agreement for land with Jed Angelle and Carrol Bergeron.
Papers were signed last week to purchase land and part of the old Soloco dock, owned by Jed Angelle.
I am waiting for a call today from attorney Tom Brumbaugh so we can purchase the water system from Atchafalaya Acres and a system from Wayne Taylor. Once this is done, a test well will be dug on Jed Angelle’s property. Thank you, Carrol Bergeron!
I also have a community service message from Mavis Fruge: an awesome event is coming to this area. It will be wonderful for our youth and elders and will take place in our new Community Center.
Did you know about this? Venez voir ca! Merci Hélène, Mavis. Dear Mr. Thompson, I represent the French puppetry duo, Coatimundi, who will return to Louisiana after having performed with too much success at the Festival International de Louisiane in 2009.
They will give two school matinee performances of their non-verbal show, “Hats Off to the Sea” on Dec. 10 at the Arnaudville Community Center. Shows will be at 10 a.m. and at 1 p.m. and there is still room available for each of these performances.
For more details about the performers and these performances contact Debbie de la Houssaye, 925 Moss St. New Orleans, LA 70119, or call 504-304-3730 or 337-322-9619, or Mavis Fruge at 337-754-7724. Merci Beaucoup!
Boudreaux told Thibodeaux, “I bought me a new hearing aid set for $6,000 and I recommend you buy a pair like mine. It is the best of the best. I can hear people talking all the way out there down the block. Thibodeaux said, “Oh yeah! What kind you got?” Boudreaux looked down at his watch and said, “Aw, mais it’s about 8:30.”
I can’t get over the Rees St. Flea Market; it is always busy and there’s always people shopping there. On one side of it is “Positive Printing” and there’s good parking. A few feet away, on the opposite side at the old Henry Mills Lumber Yard, is that new place called “Got Pots?”
If you want to make your favorite person happy, buy them a beautiful interior/exterior decorative clay pot. These are gifts for any occasion. I’m sure they must have pots to fit in each room of a house.
When you’ll walk in that place, you’ll know you are in another world. It is beautiful.
Go by and walk through the old shed out back that once stacked wood, while you’re waiting for someone to buy. The exposed abundance of elevated 2x4 boards crisscrossing and bracing the ceiling reminds one of the old barns of the past. It’ll hold many memories for customers who shopped there for their building materials that built many homes in Breaux Bridge.
The store floor has wall to wall pots. The floor’s along the shed’s walls are lined with more beautiful pots, waiting to be bought. Way in back will be the wrought iron area.
I can’t say enough about Got Pots? You have to see to believe it.
Visit with owner Stacy Cole; chit chat with Katie Nero, and co-owner Thomas Breaux will happily give you a grand tour.
It’s great for Christmas gift shopping.
Bonsoir à tout. Au santé. Cousine Hélène, 228-1714 firstname.lastname@example.org.