Federal grant aims to save Holy Rosary

Members of the Holy Rosary Redevelopment Board, a nonprofit formed to save the former black Catholic school, joined by representatives from Lafayette Consolidated Government, One Acadiana and the local legislative delegation, announced acquisition of a $450,000 National Park Service grant to save the aging three-story Holy Rosary Institute.
 Caption: Mayor Joel Robideaux and Dustin Cravins, president of the HRRB / Credits: Photo by Karley Nugent
 / Credits: Photo by Karley Nugent
 Caption: Center: Gloria Linton / Credits: Photo by Karley Nugent
 Caption: Mayor Joel Robideaux and Dustin Cravins, president of the HRRB / Credits: Photo by Karley Nugent
 / Credits: Photo by Karley Nugent
 / Credits: Photo by Karley Nugent
 Caption: Mayor Joel Robideaux and Dustin Cravins, president of the HRRB / Credits: Photo by Karley Nugent
 / Credits: Photo by Karley Nugent
 Caption: State Rep. Vincent Pierre, HRI Class of ’82 / Credits: Photo by Karley Nugent
 / Credits: Photo by Karley Nugent
 / Credits: Photo by Karley Nugent

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