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Rotary Club of Ville Platte hears from new business owner


JULY 12, 2016


      Lisa Deen, owner of Tincy’s Corner was the special guest speaker at the weekly Ville Platte Rotary Club meeting today (Tuesday) at noon.

      The new business is located in the former Best Flower Shop location Main street with her grand opening last weekend. The business specializes in in vinyl cutting as well as monogramming and embroidery services. She said she began her business six years ago in her bedroom and has grown since then. She named her business after her mom’s nickname.

     She moved to Ville Platte in 2002 and worked as an educator at Sacred Heart for nine years. She currently is employed with Cleco in Eunice.

    Also meeting with rotary club members was Caroline Fayard, candidate for the U. S. Senate in November to fill David Vitter’s seat.

    Rotarian John Mayeaux was presented a plaque for being honored as a “Paul Harris Fellow” for his donation to Rotary International. The presentation was made by Rotarian Leonard Glenn Fontenot.

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