Feb 28, 2013 5:01 PM by KATC

LEF 2013 Reprom Social

Lafayette Education Foundation hosted the 2013 ReProm Court Social on Thursday, February 21, 2013 at the home of Mark and Allyson Pharr. ReProm 2013 court members, their spouses, and LEF Board President and staff enjoyed visiting over catered hors d'oeuvres and cocktails in the comfort of the Pharr's beautiful home.

Introductions were made, instructions announced, yard signs delivered, and the wheels were set in motion for LEF's 2013 Vintage Vegas ReProm.

ReProm is LEF's signature fundraising event, inviting its guests to relive and recreate their high school prom.

The 2013 Vintage Vegas ReProm will take place on March 23, 2013 from 8:00 pm - 12:00 am at the Hilton Ballroom in Lafayette. Open seating tickets are $100 per person (21 and older) and include presentation of the prom court, fabulous food, open bar and live entertainment. Reserved tables of 8 are also available.

ReProm 2013's prom court is comprised of a group of community-minded citizens diverse in age, occupation and interests. The 2013 Vintage Vegas ReProm Court is listed below - and there are definitely a few jokers in the pack this year.

LEF's 2013 ReProm Court: Pam Andrus of Andrus Consulting; Dolly M. Brant representing Brandt &
Sherman Law Firm; Jo D. Breaux of Moncus Energy Group; Michael Cottam of Home Bank; Tina D. DeRouen of Total Showoff Productions; Mike D. Deville of Stone Energy; Dr. Melanie M. Fowler of Orthodontic Studio; Gerald Guilbeaux of State Farm and the Lafayette Concert Band; Sonja T. Henry of St. Anne Mother's Day Out; Anne Herrmann, Principal of Plantation Elementary School; Rebecca Kreamer of REBAcon, Inc.; Quay D. McKnight of M&M International; Mark D. Mouton of LEDA; Jenn Nelson of BIG 102.1; State Representative Vincent J. Pierre; Frank S. Slavich III of Babineaux, Poche', Anthony & Slavich; Byron C. Trosclair of Workspace Solutions by IdI; and Stephanie Venable of Cajun Palms.

Cast your vote NOW for LEF ReProm's King and Queen at The mission of Lafayette Education Foundation is to promote and support excellence in education in Lafayette Parish schools. All voting donations and event proceeds from ReProm benefit the programs of LEF. For more information about ReProm or Lafayette Education Foundation, please call (337) 234-3229 or visit




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