Plaquemine Alhambra Caravan serves pizza at The Arc -Iberville/WBR

Staff Writer
Plaquemine Post South
Attending from left, bottom, Bruce Capone, Grand Commander Tommy Bickham, Father Gregory Daigle, Butch Gourgues, Johnny Higdon and Jacob A. Wilbert. Top, Wayne Alleman, Tommy LeBlanc, Sheriff Brett Stassi, Dennis Badeaux, Van Junot, A.E. Becnel, Cleban Trahan, Chuck Brown and Johnny Gum.

The Plaquemine Alhambra Muret Caravan #68 served pizza with a Mardi Gras theme to the 50 staff and citizens of The Arc – Iberville and West Baton Rouge on Jan. 29. Father Greg Daigle provided the entertainment with his singing and guitar playing. Alhambra is a Catholic charity organization that helps support people with intellectual disabilities. Butcher Boy Grocery and Uncle Johnny's Pizza helped out. Attending from left, bottom, Bruce Capone, Grand Commander Tommy Bickham, Father Gregory Daigle, Butch Gourgues, Johnny Higdon and Jacob A. Wilbert. Top, Wayne Alleman, Tommy LeBlanc, Sheriff Brett Stassi, Dennis Badeaux, Van Junot, A.E. Becnel, Cleban Trahan, Chuck Brown and Johnny Gum.