Plaquemine Litter Commercial Challenge winners honored at Mayor's meeting

The winners of the Plaquemine Litter Commercial Challenge were honored at the City of Plaquemine Board of Selectmen meeting on March 10. Shown prior to the meeting are:
Seated from left the winning team from the Iberville Math, Science and Arts Academy West and their teacher: Jaed Mosby, Myron Gibson and Milo Young and teacher Taylor Heikes. Standing behind them are, from left, Selectmen Jimmie Randle, Jr., and Lin Rivet, Jr., Hayley Brown representing Axiall Corp., which donated the $500 prize to the students; Selectman Timmy Martinez, Mayor Mark "Tony" Gulotta, and Selectmen Mickey Rivet and Oscar Mellion. Not shown is Selectman Ralph Stassi, Jr.

The winning team of the City of Plaquemine Litter Commercial Challenge was recognized at the Tuesday, March 10 Mayor’s meeting.  The winning team includes Jared Mosby, Milo Young and Myron Gibson, all students at Iberville MSA West.  They were assisted in the project by their teacher, Taylor Heikes. 

This challenge is designed to get local students, who are among the primary litterers, involved in fighting littering by creating local litter commercials to raise awareness.  The contest has entered its second year and drew 12 different commercials from student teams at all three local high school, St. John, Plaquemine High and MSA West.

The winning team won a $500 gift card donated by Axiall Corp., and the City will air their commercial on local cable.

All entries can be viewed on the Plaquemine City YouTube channel at: