FATHER CLEO HONORED BY CITY…

Staff Writer
Plaquemine Post South
Father Cleo Milano, who served as pastor of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Plaquemine for 11 years, was honored by Mayor "Tony" Gulotta and the Plaquemine Board of Selectmen at its June 25 meeting. The officials praised him for his dedication to the community, inspiration, and willingness to work with residents of all religions, along with his contribution to beautifying downtown Plaquemine with the addition of the plaza and beautiful lighted fountain at the front of the church. He is shown accepting a plaque presented to him at the meeting. Shown from left are, Selectman Jimmie Randle, Jr., Mayor Gulotta, Selectman Mickey Rivet, Father Cleo, and Selectmen Oscar Mellion, Ralph Stassi, Jr., Lin Rivet, Jr., and Timmy Martinez.

Father Cleo Milano, who served as pastor of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Plaquemine for 11 years, was honored by Mayor "Tony" Gulotta and the Plaquemine Board of Selectmen at its June 25 meeting. The officials praised him for his dedication to the community, inspiration, and willingness to work with residents of all religions, along with his contribution to beautifying downtown Plaquemine with the addition of the plaza and beautiful lighted fountain at the front of the church. He is shown accepting a plaque presented to him at the meeting. Shown from left are, Selectman Jimmie Randle, Jr., Mayor Gulotta, Selectman Mickey Rivet, Father Cleo, and Selectmen Oscar Mellion, Ralph Stassi, Jr., Lin Rivet, Jr., and Timmy Martinez.