Each year the Sheriff puts on an event for residents of Belle River, Stephensville and Four-Mile Bayou.
Sheriff Theriot welcomed guests and turned the event over to Deputy Daisy Trimble who introduced the guest speakers.
Danette Ardoin, LPN, told of the services of AAA Home Health, Inc., and AAA Hospice along with information about the Lydia Cancer and Alzheimer’s association.
Louis Bernard told of the Hospice of Acadiana services, and Mike Madonna, with the Louisiana Medicare Fraud patrol, warned guests that Louisiana is a high fraud state and to read medicare summaries carefully to catch any fraudulent listings.
Shirley Akers, with District Attorney Phil Haney’s office, explained the Yellow Dot program where a yellow sticker on your car window alerts police and ambulances, in case of an accident, that important information on the occupants of the vehicle is located in the glove compartment.
St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s office will be hosting an AARP Driver Safety Class for seniors on Oct. 24 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Stephensville Fire Department station. Cost of the class is $12 for AARP members and $14 for non-members. Contact Deputy Trimble at 337-394-2715 for more information.
Lunch was served after which guests enjoyed Bingo with many door prizes.
Thanks to the Sheriff and all his staff for the wonderful lunch and the valuable information provided.
Sheriff Theriot makes a welcome point of including the communities of Belle River, Stephensville and Four-mile Bayou in parish activities and programs.