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New KVPI French Announcer

New French Announcer

August 29, 2016


    KVPI French announcer John LaFleur has accepted a position as Tour Director for a tourism company in New Orleans beginning this weekend. We want to thank John for his long association with KVPI and for his love of our French language and culture. We want to wish him all the best in this new venture.

   We want to welcome Ashlee Michot as his replacement for the French News and Tradio on Saturday mornings beginning this weekend.

    Ashlee Michot is a bilingual teacher, writer, and artist.  She is the daughter of Ben and Shawn Manuel and granddaughter of Burke and Joann Eastin and Chicken Manuel of Ville Platte. She is a graduate of the Sacred Heart class of 1999 as well as a 2004 graduate of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where she earned a degree in Secondary English Education. She taught English literature and French at the high school level and is currently a home school instructor. She has represented her generation locally as a member of the board of CODOFIL and internationally as a young ambassador for the French language of North America for the Forum des Jeunes Ambassadors held in Montreal 2011. Ashlee makes her home near Arnaudville, Louisiana with her husband and their two sons.

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