City Social Magazine

MAR-APR 2019

City Social Magazine in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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44 44 Enjoying the festivities at Hunan Restaurant for the Newcomers Encore Club's monthly meeting are Michaele Alrbing-Hormes, Megan Grippi and Nancy McQuillen. At the Newcomers Encore Club's first meeting of 2019 are Lucy Maraj, Vicki Nusret Fisher and Maxine Gossom. Mae Hornsby and Linda Wright stop for a photo during the Newcomers Encore Club's January meeting at Hunan Restaurant. Sarah Holliday James congratulates Constable Terrica Williams for being named the City Constable of the City of Baton Rouge during an inaugural ceremony at Raising Cane's River Center. Congratulations, Terrica! Runnels senior and basketball guard Cade Tate makes school history at a home game against Bolton, making 12 3-pointers in a single game and breaking a record set by former Raider Robbie White. Way to go, Cade! Lexie Matens, Henry Frederic and Alex Griffin of Runnels School are named the winners of the fifth-grade D.A.R.E. essay contest during the D.A.R.E. graduation ceremony. Also pictured is Capt. Randy Aguillard of the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office. The Canary Islanders Heritage Society of Louisiana holds its January meeting, where officers for the 2019-2020 terms were installed. Pictured are Secretary Alisa Janney, President Chad LeBlanc, and board-members Denise Lindsly and Gwen Hanna. Not pictured is Vice President Wade Falcon. Sue Hilliard and Commander Edward Gaskell of the Baton Rouge Orchid Society honor veterans and widows of veterans during the "Honoring Our Veterans" celebration at Whealdon Estates. Guided by Instructor John West, members of the color guard march in the annual Baton Rouge Veteran's Day Parade. In front are LC Blaise Penton, LC Jody Darbonne, PO3 Judson Sandifer, SA Justin Bertrand and SN Cheyenne Saucier. In back are PO2 John Cole West and SR Joshua Baker, LC. During the "Honor Our Veterans" celebration, members of the color guard salute and honor veterans and the widows of veterans. Carol Creel, Jane Olson-Phillips, Bobbie Young and Sarah Fergus tour the art collection at a Baton Rouge Art League meeting, held inside the Louisiana State Archives. Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome and the advisory board of the Salvation Army of Greater Baton Rouge recognize Edwina Thomas, the Food Services Coordinator for the organization, with a certificate of appreciation. Pictured are Mayor- President Broome, Edwina Thomas, Major Donald Tekautz and Lieutenant Julie Tekautz. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Baton Rouge partners with Warrick Dunn Charities, Aaron's and Catholic High School to surprise a local homeowner with down payment assistance and furniture for her new home. Local homeowner Gabby and her two sons are surprised with a new home from Habitat for Humanity. S O C I A L I Z I N G 44 R E A D U S O N L I N E A T W W W . C I T Y S O C I A L . C O M

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