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St. Peter Church Fair Big Success

       The annual St. Peter Church Family Fun Day and Sauce Piquante Cook Off was a big success according to Church Fair spokesman Debbie LaFleur. The weather was perfect Sunday as record crowds gathered for the annual event.  W.D. Fontenot and the Cherokee Playboys provided the musical entertainment for the fun day. KVPI was there part of the day broadcasting live on remote. All of the funds raised will go toward making major improvements to the church hall. Church Pastor Fr. Richard Vidrine thanks all of the parishioners, volunteers, public officials and politicians who attended and supported this year’s event. Look for photos of the Family Fun Day at our photo gallery at our oldies925.com website.

    Here are the cook off winners:

 

In the Amateur Division,

The Best in Taste category:

First Place-JTD Services

Second Place- Todd Thompson and Heritage Manor Nursing Home

Third Place- Roland and Joyce Manuel

 

Best Presentation Category:

First Place- Roland and Joyce Manuel

Second Place- Ville Platte Home Health

Third Place-Hillery Hill and VFW Post crew

 

Best Booth:

First Place- Mikey Soileau

Second Place- Hillery Hill and VFW Crew

Third Place- Ville Platte Home Health

 
Professional Division:


Best in Taste category:

First Place- Vidrine Speech Therapy

Second Place-Todd Thompson

Third Place- Roland and Joyce Manuel

 

Best Presentation:

First place- E and L Produce

Second Place- Vidrine Speech Therapy

Third Place- Debbie Guillory


Best Booth:

First Place- E&L Produce

Second Place- Vidrine Speech Therapy

Third Place- Debbie Guillory

 

 

 

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