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      The Ville Platte Chamber of Commerce today (Monday) had two guest speakers at its meeting at the Cock’s Tail restaurant.

      Kelli Buller and Mable Forman spoke on the 60th Louisiana Cotton Festival coming up October 8-13 at the Civic Center and Grounds. It was announced that King Cotton will be Secretary of State Tom Shedler, Col. Cotton Suzie Lemoine,   Parade Marshal- Judge John Saunders and  Mr. and Mrs. Cotton-Bob and Barbara Buroker.  The Cotton Festival Grand Parade of Cotton will roll down Main Street in Ville Platte at noon Sunday October 13. Those wishing to enter the parade,  please contact Vicky at city hall.

     Also speaking at the Chamber meeting were Library Director Mary Foster-Galosso and Suzie Lemoine about the progress on the new main library facility. Galosso said work is primarily  complete on the outside of the structure however work continues inside the new library. The move is expected sometime later this fall. A moving company will be employed to move the shelving, furniture , books and material to the new library complex. The Friends of the Library has begun a fund raiser selling memorial pavers. For more information contact the library.

    Chamber President Dr. Kirk Soileau reported there are 155 members enrolled in the chamber. He announced that the annual Christmas parade is set for Sunday December 8. The Chamber Christmas social is planned for December 4 at the La Veille Banque location.

   A special committee is being formed with Ben LeBleu, Annette Johnson and Annette Johnson to make plans to hold a July 4th celebration in Ville Platte.

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The Louisiana Swamp Pop Museum operated by the City of Ville Platte is open to the public every Friday and Saturday from 10:00am to 3:00pm. 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.

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