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Special Shoutout Salute to the heroes at Mercy Regional Medical Center in Ville Platte

KVPI would like to salute all of the heroes working at nursing homes and hospitals for all of their hard work during the Covid-19 pandemic. We are planning special salutes to local and area facilities in the next few weeks. This week we are planning to shine a special spotlight on the staff at Mercy Regional Medical Center in Ville Platte. Join us at 9:00am Thursday right after La Tasse de Café on KVPI FM 92.5 We will be talking in the studio with Hospital Marketing Director Renee Brown and other personnel . Our phone lines will be open for your phone calls at 363-2124. Call us up if you would like to do a shoutout to an employee. Thank you for all you do at Mercy Regional Medical Center.

KVPI Video Of the Week

"Nick Lick and the Hickies tribute to the city of Swamp Pop and Floyd Soileau, the father of Swamp Pop, from this point on to be known as "Swamp Pa Pa". Ville Platte is one of the backbones of Cajun culture as it has provided seasonings and sauces we all have used in our foods as well as much of the background music we've loved to listen to. In a sense, if we made a cake out of our Cajun culture, Ville Platte would be part of the icing on that cake! Such a special place needed a tribute and we used a parody of the Beatles "Get Back" to do the job. Special thanks to our guest accordionist, Joe Rogers."


 

 

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proud members of the L.A.B.

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Proud supporter of our own

Swamp Pop music

The Louisana Swamp Pop Museum is operated by the City of Ville  Platte is open to the public every Friday and

Saturday from 10:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. Come view the amazing artifacts, photos,records, Wall of Fame and hear the music.
 

Admission charge is $3 adults,

$2 seniors and $1 for children under 12.
The museum is located on

Northwest Railroad Avenue.