Rayne wins district Cleanest City; Mayor thanks all who aided effort
In announcing that Rayne has won the Cleanest City competition for District VII, Category F, Mayor Roland Boudreaux offered his own thanks to those who worked to secure the district recognition.
He noted, “I am truly pleased to help the City continue its winning tradition.
“I want to personally thank our Public Works supervisor, Robert Senegal and his department for a “job well done”.
Thank you’s, also, need to go out to the Rayne Garden Club, Sepha Guidry and Julia Breaux, Rayne Police Department, DOC prisoners, Rayne Water and Sewer Department, Rayne Electrical Department, Rayne Recreation Department, Rayne Lions Club, Rotary Club of Rayne, Jared Lawless, Jimmy Fontenot, Terry Broussard, Kenneth Guidry, Mark Daigle, Johann Ronkartz, Charles Guidry, Gerald Foreman, and Janet Boudreaux.”
Mayor Boudreaux remarked, “These individuals need to be singled out for their outstanding assistance on our two “work Saturdays”.
He continued, “A special thanks to the students of Martin Petitjean Elementary for their great posters and leadership efforts to inform family and friends about keeping our City litter free. Thanks to our City Hall staff for being great hostesses for our judging reception and most of all, to the citizens of Rayne, for taking time to do clean-ups, mowing your lawns, and having pride in our City’s appearance.”
The mayor noted, “The job is not complete; the City will be notified by state chairman, Jean Gilstrap, on the date for the state competition. Please help keep our City clean and manicured! Thanks again to everyone that helped to make this win a reality.”