At the Town’s May 12 meeting, Mayor Normand presented a certificate of appreciation to the children and widow of Roy Hebert for the loan of some of Roy’s paintings which are displayed in the Town Hall. Shortly after Roy’s death in February 2002, Lois Hebert contacted Town officials to offer the paintings on loan. The paintings portray homes in Brusly, some of which are now longer in existence. Roy painted some as he remembered them from his childhood years living in Back Brusly. Of special interest is his version of the Dance Hall which was next to the Back Brusly Oak. Visitors to the Town Hall are able to travel back in time as they view the paintings.