2003-2004 CO-ED VOLLEYBALL
Don’t miss out on the hottest sport this winter: VOLLEYBALL! Registration Dates are Monday, November 3 through Friday November 7, 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Peltier Park. Click Here for more information.
Shop for unique and special Christmas gifts during the Jingle Trail -
Tuesday, November 4TH -
ALL DAY LONG
House of Fashion - 200 East 7th Street
Old Estate - 202 East 7th Street
The New Post Ltd - 405 West 3rd St.
The Soap Box - 327 North Canal Boulevard
Amy's Country Candles - 1633 St. Mary Street
| THIBODAUX MAIN STREET COOK OFF |
Whose Cuisine will Reign Supreme, It could be yours! Get your aprons on and enter in the 2nd annual Thibodaux Main Street Cook-Off on Friday, November 7 on the corner of West 2nd and St. Philip. Deadline for entering is Monday, November 3rd. The judging will start at 6:00 p.m. Each dish must be prepared and cooked from start to finish on the grounds of the contest. For more information and registration information contact Randy Barrios at 447-4713 or Kristin Batulis at 448-5852.
Join everyone for the 2003 Thibodeauxville Fall Festival on Saturday, November 8 in the downtown area. Entertainment will include arts, crafts, food, music, the Clean Wheels Car Show, US Navy Band, Tab Benoit, Treater, Don Rich, and Christian Music. For booth rental info or for any other information call the Thibodaux Chamber of Commerce at 446-1187 or click here to visit the website.
Our “WOW” this time goes out to the Nicholls State football team on their great victory Saturday against Conference foe, Northwestern State Demons. During the week prior to the game, I issued a challenge to Mayor Wayne McCullen of Natchitoches that the losing team would fly the winning city’s flag over City Hall. This was quite a victory for Nicholls since Northwestern was ranked 15th in the nation. Now we can all enjoy seeing Mayor McCullen (pictured left) post our colors over Natchitoches City Hall!
As we want the citizens to be proud of what we do, we also want to show our pride for what the citizens do. Please show your support and appreciation for the Nicholls football team, who are a wonderful part of our community. A great way to show our support would be to attend their next home game which is this Saturday, also Homecoming, against Sam Houston State.
| WOW!! KEY EMPLOYEES! |
CHRIS BERGER, PUBLIC WORKS:
Elmira and Sylvia, meter readers, dropped an iron bar into the hole (surrounding area) of a big compound water meter that was full of water as well. Chris Berger, Public Works, went out of his way by getting down into this hole and into the water and retrieved the bar for the readers. They are very grateful for his assistance and felt he needed to be congratulated.
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Thank you, Chris Berger, for being a Key Employee to your fellow employees! This is teamwork at its best!
Mayor Charles Caillouet
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| OFFICER JAMIE HIMEL: |
A big thank you to Officer Jamie Himel of the Thibodaux Police Department for being a positive influence on the youth of our community. Coach Jamie volunteers his time every year to coach 11 and 12-year-old boys on the Thibodaux Hurricane football team.
| LT. SHERMAN BERRY: |
Thank you to Lt. Sherman Berry of the Thibodaux Police Department. Lt. Berry did an excellent job escorting the NSU football team to Natchitoches for its game against Northwestern State University this weekend. He was off duty this weekend and volunteered his time to the University and the players.
Great job, Lt. Berry! Keep up the good work!
Mayor Charles Caillouet
CIVIC CENTER STAFF:
I would like to commend the crew at the Civic Center for their hard work during our Cruisin’ Cajun Rally last week. The rally was a big success. We had 123 coaches from members and 9 show coaches.
There were 2 staffers who deserve special thanks – Randy and Earl. They worked really hard and were attentive to our needs. You should be proud of these gentlemen.
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| OFFICER RODNEY RHODES: |
Excerpts from a letter addressed to Chief Howard Robertson of the Thibodaux Police Department:
Dear Chief Robertson,
First off let me start by introducing myself. My name is ************ and I am a disabled student at NSU. I have several reasons 4 contacting you. First off I want to commend the actions of officer Rodney Rhodes. He used to be an officer here so that’s how I know him. Anyway on Sunday 10/26 I was coming back from brunch when I see one of your cars coming. It turns out it was officer Rhodes. He stopped and we had a great conversation and he even showed me the inside of the unit he was driving and what everything was and how it operates. In my opinion he is a model for what every law enforcement officer should be….
Thank you, (Signed by author)
| This stuff is delicious! The Nicholls State Softball team is selling spaghetti meals and quarts of spaghetti sauce and meatballs to raise money for their program. Meals are $5 and include spaghetti and meatballs, bread, and salad. Quarts of spaghetti sauce and meatballs are $10. Pickup of meals and quarts will be Sunday, November 9th at Peltier Park between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Please contact the Nicholls State Softball office at 985-449-7112 if interested in purchasing meals or quarts |
SPORT'S COURT FLOORING
Curtis Hue, Civic Center Director, would like to invite you to come and see their new addition - Sport’s Court Flooring!
Click here to view pictures of the Civic Center's Sport's Court Flooring.
| EMPLOYEE / CITIZEN RECOGNITION: |
Senior Mayor for a day: Mrs. Genela Naquin
Employee of the Month: Mrs. Brenda Barrios
| THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY CAMP |
Thibodaux Recreation Department will be holding a Thanksgiving Holiday Camp Monday, November 24 - Wednesday, November 26. Register at Peltier Park Recreation Center.
| RECREATION POSITIONS AVAILABLE: |
Holiday camp director and Junior counselors
Volleyball scorekeepers for adult leagues
If interested please call 446-7235.
| THIBODAUX MAIN STREET FARMER'S MARKET: |
The Thibodaux Main Street Farmer's market will be open every Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The market will be opened every Saturday and is located on LA 1 and Maronge Street. Fresh produce, plants, flowers, soaps, baked goods, Des Allemands seafood and much more will be available. Bring the children to the market to enjoy playing with the animals at the petting zoo. Prospective vendors can call Joyce Benoit at 985-448-1474 for more information.
WALKING PATH DISTANCES:
|Peltier Park & MLK Park - ½ mile |
|Chiasson Park - 1/16th of a mile |
|Midland Park - l/10th of a mile |
|Reservoir Park - 2.5 laps = 1 mile |