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MAR-APR 2019

City Social Magazine in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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43 S O C I A L I Z I N G The Mayor's Youth Advisory Council of Donaldsonville hosts its 4th Annual Red Carpet and Scholarship Affair, where students from Ascension Catholic High School and Donaldsonville High School receive MYAC CD Industries Donaldsonville Complex Scholarships. Pictured are the Youth Advisory Council, Mayor Leroy Sullivan, Council Members Reginald Francis and Lauthaught Delaney, APSB's Robyn Delaney, Volunteer Coordinator Tamiko Garrison, Rev. Paul Yi, Rev. Tim Grimes, Emcee Tamiko Stroud and Guest Speaker Lawrence Brown III. Alyric Asberry, a senior at Donaldsonville High School, is named the recipient of the MYAC CF Industries Donaldsonville Complex Scholarship during the Red Carpet and Scholarship Affair. She is pictured with Mayor Leroy Sullivan, Council Members Reginald Rancis and Lauthaught Delaney, APSB Member Robyn Delaney and the Mayor's Youth Advisory Council Mayor, Joel Walker. Congratulations, Alyric! Donaldsonville High School senior Jalen Winchester is awarded the MYAC Commissioner Award at the MYAC's Red Carpet and Scholarship Affair. Jalen is pictured with Mayor Leroy Sullivan, Council Members Reginald Francis and Lauthaught Delaney, Robyn Delany of APSB and MYAC Mayor Joel Walker. Staff, family and friends of Good Eats Kitchen celebrates the grand-opening of its first Baton Rouge location. Pictured is founder/owner Boyer Derise, surrounded by customers, friends, vendors, neighbors and other supporters. President Bea Gyimah of America, My Oyster Association is awarded a replica of the digitized Lamar billboard at the Bocage Racquet Club following her presentation at the Capitol City Rotary Club's luncheon. Pictured are Jency Hogan, Pat Robinson, Bea Gyimah, Pama Barber and Kary Landreneau. Photo courtesy of Zackery Tullier. America, My Oyster President Association President Bea Gyimah poses alongside President Kary Landreneau of the Capitol City Rotary Cub before delivering her presentation "The Creation of America, My Oyster Association" at the Bocage Racquet Club. CASA welcomes its 2019 Board of Directors and introduces its new executive committee during the first board meeting of the year. Pictured are Vice Chair Jolaina Matthews, Treasurer Roy Hebert, Secretary Jan Cassidy and Chair Jeff Calms. Runnels Head Coach Julie Fink and students Annie Fink and Dawson Latona receive All-Metro Honors. Posing are Annie Fink, recognized as First Team All- Metro in Girls Cross-Country, Coach Fink, named the 2018 Girls All-Metro Cross-Country Coach, and Dawson Latona, recognized as Boys All-Metro Cross- Country Honorable Mention. Manners of the Heart names Charli Putnam of the Baton Rouge Center for Visual and Performing Arts as the second grade winner and Selena Nguyen of Twins Oaks Elementary as the third grade winner of its 2nd Annual Art Contest. Pictured are Angelle High, Delores Putnam, Christy Putnam, Charli Putnam, Jill Rigby Garner and E.J. Putnam. Selena Nguyen, named the third grade recipient of Manners of the Heart's annual art contest, poses after receiving her award; with her are Manners of the Heart's Sandra Slater and Twin Oaks Elementary Principal Cesar Rico. Kris Cangelosi serves as the guest speaker for the Newcomers Encore Club's January 2019 meeting at Hunan Restaurant. Pictured are Tammy Dawsey, Carolyn Rizzutto, Vickie Nusret Fisher, Kris Cangelosi and May Hornsby. Nora Welch, Karen Sellers and Sally Hirschheim pose for a photo as they attend the Newcomers Encore Club's January meeting at Hunan Restaurant. 43

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