Venus Lacey Getting Royal Treatment Prior To Induction Honor

Monday, June 16, 2014

Chattanooga's Venus Lacey is getting royal treatment prior to being inducted into the Los Angeles Sports Hall of Fame this weekend. 

To prepare for her induction into the Louisiana Sports Hall Of Fame on Saturday, Ms. Lacey was treated to a makeover at Elea Blake Cosmetic Studio on Chestnut Street. This was followed by a shopping trip for her and her children. Raelyn's Closet, a New Children's Clothing Boutique on Ashland Terrace helped provide clothing for the children.   

Ms. Lacey will take a trip to her dentist, Dr. Frank Trundle, to make sure her smile is perfect. Then the former Brainerd High School star center and Olympic Gold Medalist will receive a manicure and pedicure. 

According to the LA Sports Hall of Fame, there will be 600 people in attendance for the induction ceremony on Saturday. 


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