City Social Magazine

MAY-JUN 2016

City Social Magazine in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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Natalie Wood, Chair of Emerging Leaders, stocks the Little Free Library with children's books. Charles and Frances Bennett, Phil Reichert, Stella Windom and Carol Tull at the Denham Springs Council on Aging Mardi Gras Party. Students from St. Tammany Parish schools were recog- nized with first place awards in the regional Social Sciences Fair held at Southeastern Louisiana University. Pictured are (first row) Krishna Hariprasad, David Cui, Carter Murphy, Delfina Holub, Lily Foster, Kay Fergosien, Austin Veillette, and Clara Flynn, and (second row) Julia Songy, Erika Tarver, Rose Shaw, Paige Pratt, and Aiden Freret. Students from St. Helena Parish and Tangipahoa Parish schools were also recognized with first place awards at the regional Social Sciences Fair held recently at Southeastern Louisiana University. Pictured are Uriah Galmon, O.W. Dillon; Daranae Griffin, Ladazia Hughes, Edaisha Gordan and Scott Galmon. The Baton Rouge Area Chamber announced that Stephanie Chavis Guillory has been named governmental affairs and special projects manager for the organization. At the Capital Area Medical Society Alliance meeting members donated to Boys Hope Girls Hope. Pictured are John Daniel, Executive Director of Boys Hope Girls Hope and student, Aalaurian Martin. At the Mu Sigma's 20th Debutante Cotillion are Debs and Escorts Earnest James and Ty'Quieria Lodge and Keyana Browhow and De'Latten Browhow. Past Queens from the Debutante Cotillion are Ronnice Washington, Riantae Freeman, Dorian Williams, Courtni Patterson Rainey, Tiffany Minor, Byrolyn Belvitt, Tara Segars Hawkins and Dr. LaTonya Rounds. Committee members from the Cotillion include Sharon Weatherspoon, Jacqueline Hunt, Brenda H. Smith, Deirdre Harris Stepter, Rochelle Howard and (back) Elouise Colbert and Sylvia Smith. CCA Louisiana is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of Louisiana's marine resources. Members at the state convention. Founded in 1983, CCA Louisiana (then GCCA) has been instrumental in banning gill nets in state waters, establishing redfish as a game fish and ensuring good stewardship of Louisiana's coastal resources. Enjoying the CCA Louisiana state convention. At the Woman's Club monthly coffee President Lana Merliss welcomed members and guests. Author Michael Rubin spoke to the group about his award-winning thrill- er "The Cottoncrest Curse" and Joanne McMullen was the cameo artist. Pictured are Diane Finley, Grace Moore, Ayan Rubin, Michael Rubin, Jane Dimattia , Belinda Smith and Pat Richards. The West Baton Rouge Museum and the Foundation for Historical Louisiana partnered in a field trip exchange. The Foundation for Historical Louisiana hosted a tour of the Old Governors Mansion followed by lunch. The two museums exchanged ideas and tour guiding techniques. Pictured are (from bottom) Jeannie Luckett, Ferrin Jones, Eva Knapp, Gary Ethridge, B. J. Nola, Gwenn Laviolette, Kirby Guerin, Linda Collins, Julie Rose, Frank Foret, Toni Brantley, Alice LeBlanc, Angelique Bergeron, Gary Hart, Carolyn Blanchard, Tommy McMorris, David Martin, Lauren Hawthorne. The Friendship Force of Baton Rouge held its quar- terly dinner meeting at LeBlanc's Frais Marche Food Store in Duplessis. Chefs Sam and Renate Delarosa, along with Scott Paige, prepared a Morrocan themed dinner for the attendees. This dinner was prepared in honor of the upcoming World Friendship Force Conference in Morroca. Pictured are Norma Ehrhardt, Susan Adams, LaDeta Crawley, Glenda O'Banion, Suzanne Suhrke, Vera Ricard and Marion Territo. Photo by Charles Bennett. 45 s o c i a l i Z i n G 45

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