Article and photos by Claudette Olivier/Church Point News
Church Point’s newly elected officials were sworn in December 20th at the Church Point Community Center. Pictured, from left, are Patrick O’Pry, Ward 3 Alderman, Police Chief Dale Thibodeaux, Mayor Ryan “Spanky” Meche, Nelson “Kim” Cormier, Ward 2 Alderman, Errol “Slu” Comeaux, Ward 5 Alderman, who was unopposed in the election, Christine Semien, Ward 1 Alderman, and Chris LeBas, Ward 4 Alderman.
Ryan “Spanky” Meche is sworn in by Judge David Smith as his girlfriend, Amanda Thibodeaux, looks on.
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