Police jurors Mark Poché (right), Errol Domingues (left) stand with Rep. Simone Champagne and Bonnie Broussard (left) at the beginning of the wooden trail built at Bancker. The cement columns were found in the wetlands behind the Grotto and are from the late 1800s. They were part of a rectory that was on the grounds in the late 1890s.
Seven years ago a group of Vermilion Parish residents had a vision to create a nature trail through an acre of wetlands along the Vermilion River at Bancker Grotto Memorial Park.
The court includes Angie Demette, captain; Sarah Bohuslavicky, flower girl; Darlene Primeaux, second maid; Nicole Hebert, first maid; Queen Jambalaya Karen Price; King Gumbo Brady Price; Ryan Hebert, first duke; Kenneth Primeaux, second duke; Ryan Bohuslavicky, paige; Jude Adams, co- captain; (kneeling) Linda Vincent, jester and David Fontenot, jester. (Photo by Shelly Hargrave)
Chief Boyd Adams advises officers investigated the following: