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SEP 2014

City Social Magazine in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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45 The Baton Rouge Delta Development Corporation and Baton Rouge Delta Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. presented its annual Debutante Presentation Tea, An Evening with the Debutantes. Pictured are Donna Washington, Charlene Wilson, Rita Parham, Doris G. Brown, Shirley L. Henderson, and Denise S. Clark. The Rotary Club of East Ascension hosted an annual Mardi Gras ball and gave the proceeds to a local organization. Receiving the check in the amount of $12,500 are Michael Buturla, James LeBlanc, Tracy Normand and Donna Whittington. Former Dunham Tiger Brent Radcliff passed the Maryland State Bar Exam and was recently sworn in at its supreme court, the Maryland Court of Appeal. Brent is pictured with his parents, Mrs. Lisa and Attorney Eugene Radcliff. The 2014 graduating class at Runnels High School included 22 students who have attended the private school since enrolling as kindergart- ners or preschoolers. A reception was held for Gary Stewart, author of The Most Dangerous Animal of All, and his wife, Kristy. Pictured are Kristy and Gary Stewart with Jean and Charles Story. Local Author Eden Butler's new novel, Thin Love, has been released. The West Baton Rouge Museum is proud to announce the arrival of the new curator, Dr. Angelique Bergeron. "The Bones Lady," Mary Manhein, present- ed a talk on her work identifying skulls and other bones to the Baton Rouge Genealogical and Historical Society. North Oaks School of Radiologic Technology held a ceremony honoring their 44th graduating class. Pictured are Kimberly Taylor, Nicole Coslan, Clint Cambre, Rashima Jenkins, Tim Hollywood, Sam Crenshaw, Jacy Clemons and Natalie Forst, Tiffany Hebert, Jamie Canal, Britney Rogers, Megan May and Hilarie Smith. Against All Odds had its second panel discussion. Judge Bonnie Jackson of the 19th Judicial District discussed her experiences and offered encouragement to the group. Pictured are Lafanery Reado, Judge Bonnie Jackson, Burnell Williams, Derrick X and Domecko Mack. The Cajun Clickers Computer Club celebrated 25 years in Baton Rouge with a social gathering. Club President Chandan Sharma spoke to the group. Charles D'Agostino, founder and Executive Director of the Louisiana Business and Technology Center (LBTC/LSU) and the Executive Director at the LSU Innovation Park, was the main speaker. s o c i a l i Z i n G

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