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Belaire Cove Crawfish Cookoff Big Success


    The Belaire Cove Crawfish Etoufee Cookoff was a big success Sunday for the benefit of the Belaire Cove Catholic Church.

    Here are the winners in the various categories: Most Original Booth-Rocky Rider Collision Center; Best Decorated Booth- Evangeline Feed Store; Washer Board Contest- First Place- Pat Nero and Charlie Crosby; Second Place- Michael  Brown and Bob Reed and Third Place Team- Zach Johnson and Bailey Fontenot.

     Here are the winners in the Cook Off: First Place- Cabot Corporation; Second Place- Rocky Rider Collision Center and Third Place- Charles  and Donald Fontenot.

     Here are the winners in the raffle drawing- First place- Junior Perrodin, thw winner of a gas grill donated by Ray Matte at True Value; 2nd Place- Bill Manuel- winner of $100 donated by Rocky Rider Collision Center and Third Place- Paul Michot, the winner of $75 donated by Attorney Gary Ortego.

     Among the queens who were present at the event were Miss Ville Platte, Lainey Aymond and Junior Tournoi Queen- Darrelon Lachney.

    Oldies 92-5’s J.C. and Randy did a live remote broadcast Sunday morning at the cookoff.

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