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Two Club Members speak at Rotary Meeting Today

The Rotary Club of Ville Platte today (Tuesday) heard from two of its newest members during their meeting at the Family Life Center: Brian Ardoin and Garland Forman. Brian Ardoin is a native of Pine Prairie. He served in the Louisiana State Police for 11 and a half years. He later taught criminal justice courses at LSU-Eunice. He owns a driving school "Top Cop Driving Academy". He is married and has four sons. He is a deacon at the Ninth Baptist Church. Garland Forman is a native of the Bayou Chicot area. He graduated from Louisiana College in Pineville. He worked for the Eunice News, Gazette and for the past 31 years worked in Bunkie for the Bunkie Record newspaper in various capacities including as general manager. He is currently publisher and general manager of the Ville Platte Gazette. He is past president of the Louisiana Press Association. Garland is married with four children and two grand children. In other rotary club news, Club President Nicole Wenger reminded club members: The annual Rotary Club social is set for Oct. 22 at Nob Hill lodge; On Oct. 29, the Rotary District Governor will make his annual visit to the club.

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