L'Auberge sponsors Louisiana State Trooper Foundation luncheon - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

L'Auberge sponsors Louisiana State Trooper Foundation luncheon

(Source: L'Auberge Casino Resort) (Source: L'Auberge Casino Resort)

The following is a news release from L'Auberge Casino Resort in Lake Charles:

On Tuesday, September 10, L'Auberge Casino Resort Lake Charles hosted a Louisiana State Trooper Foundation Luncheon. L'Auberge's $15,475 in-kind donation consisted of ballroom space, food and beverage, and an auction item. Colonel Mike Edmondson, Louisiana State Police Superintendent, spoke to a crowd of 450 supporters of the programs initiated by the Louisiana State Trooper Foundation. The foundation encourages and supports the agency in its continuing effort to be recognized as a leader in law enforcement, traffic safety, training, and source of assistance for other agencies. At the event, the Louisiana Trooper Foundation Lieutenant's award was presented to L'Auberge Lake Charles in appreciation of contributions to the Louisiana Trooper Foundation. L – R: Captain Chris Guillory, State Trooper; Sean Demeule, Assistant General Manager L'Auberge Casino Resort; Billy Navarre, Foundation volunteer coordinator; Brett Travis, Senior Trooper.

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