Plaquemine Main Street Program attends state training

Staff Writer
Plaquemine Post South
Attending the Louisiana Main Street Program's training includes from left, Ray Scriber, Leon Steele with La Main St Program; Plaquemine Main Street Board Member Charlene Bishop; Plaquemine Main Street Manager Kristine Hebert; Scott Day, National Trust; standing behind Bob Donohue Oakland County Michigan Program Coordinator. Not pictured Plaquemine volunteer Linda Cole.

PLAQUEMINE - Plaquemine Main Street Program members recently attended a state-wide board with volunteer training in Baton Rouge. 

Annual training is required to maintain Plaquemine’s current status as a Louisiana-Designated Main Street City. 

Plaquemine Main Street Program was started in 1993. 

The Louisiana Main Street Program office presented two-day sessions on the Main Street Four-Point Approach of Design, Organization, Promotions and Economic Restructuring. 

The Four Point Approach Committees work towards community and business goals, design guidelines review, volunteerism, and public education with outreach tips.  

If you are interested in being a part of the Plaquemine Main Street Program, contact the Plaquemine Main Street Office at 225-687-3116.