Guidry has dedicated his life to improving the town of Arnaudville for its citizens. Some may know him as a teller at Washington State Bank, but he is more than just a “pretty face” behind the counter. In a voluntary capacity, he has sat on numerous boards such as the Etouffee Festival, St. Francis Regis Catholic Church, Arnaudville Fire Department, Arnaudville Area Chamber of Commerce, Knights of Columbus, St. Luke Hospital, and Arnaudville Jaycees, to name a few.
He held the title of Alderman for the Town of Arnaudville for five terms. He was instrumental in the startup of Little League baseball which has grown into a successful program with a 20-plus-acre field for the recreation of all youth. Guidry’s continued contribution to the Town of Arnaudville is one that will be appreciated for generations to come. And that is why he is honored as 2011 Arnaudville Male Citizen of the Year.
Peggy Vitte Robin has been a positive influence on so many lives in Arnaudville and the surrounding area. As a parishioner of St. John Francis Regis Catholic Church, she is a member of the Altar Society, church lecturers, Our Lady of Schoenstatt Rosary Group, and a Eucharistic Minister to the sick.
Mrs. Robin has been a faithful employee at Stelly Construction for the past 30 years. Some may know Mrs. Peggy from the Dupre Library where she held the title of clerk, or maybe Durio’s Insurance Agency where she was the secretary for 13 years. Her commitment to enriching the lives of everyone she meets is the reason she is honored as 2011 Arnaudville Female Citizen of the Year.