Iberville Museum fundraiser at Nottoway raises funds for expansion

Staff Writer
Plaquemine Post South
Attending “A Night at Nottoway are from left, Jacob and Colleen Wilbert, Travis Campesi, chairlady Denise Kessler, Rita Lynn Jackson and Kay and Scott Gaudin. Campesi, Kessler, Jackson and Jacob Wilbert are Iberville Museum Association board members and Colleen Wilbert and Kay Gaudin are Plaquemine Service League members who volunteered for the evening.

Magnificent Nottoway Plantation Resort was abuzz with many folks interested in having a magical evening in the name of Historic Preservation during Iberville Museum's "A Night at Nottoway" fundraiser.

Randolph Hall was filled with gospel singers greeting attendees, silent and live auctions, dancing, food, fun, and fellowship.

The Iberville Museum is in the process of adding a new, permanent Atchafalaya Room.

Funds collected were earmarked for presenting the history of the people and industries of the Atchafalaya Basin, much of which lies within the boundaries of Iberville Parish.