City Social Magazine

JUL-AUG 2017

City Social Magazine in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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45 s o C i A l i Z i n G In attendance for Dancing for Big Buddy are Stephanie Posa, Vanda Refermat, Pam Bordelon, Chad and Joe Posa. Debbie Spinosa, Jim and Vanda Refermat at Dancing for Big Buddy. Christine Allen of Mississippi joined Fertility Answers as IVF Lab Director. Community individuals share their stories at Living Books during free Human Library™ event during EBB & Flow Festival, including "Dealing with PTSD from 9/11 Serviceman", "Atheist in Louisiana", "Raising an Interracial Family", "Man on the Border(line)" and, in front, "Intersex Introvert Syncretist Polytheist". At the Inter-Civic Council meeting are Effie Lantia, Kathy Coleman, George Bell, Regina Hatcher and Paula Braxton. At Empty Bowls, a unique fundraising event that aims to fight hunger through the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank, at the EBRP Main Library. Enjoying CASA's volunteer appreciation lunch are Roy Hebert, Mary McCullough, Andy McCall, Linda Clark and Liz Betz. Nicole McAlister, Robert Lacinak of Terracon, Lisa Smith of Terracon, and Liz Betz at the Terracon Golf Benefit for CASA. Attendees at the CASA Carnival, hosted by Kappa Alpha Theta, including Miss LSU 2017 Alyssa Caesar, Madison Vidal, Jillian Shnowski, Liz Betz, Julia Trahan and Recruitment Coordinator Nicole McAlister. Newly-inducted members of the Runnels chapter of the National Honor Society are (front row) Anna Kadi, Amelia Jennings, Eric Huygues, Caroline Henning, Madaleine Alessi, Collin Bueche, Kayla Evans, AnnaClaire Courville, Seth Chiasson, Kalyee Freiberger; (back row) Hannah Page, Micah Roper', Anna Claire Pousson, Madison Sutton, Ryan Lam, Ian Lansing, Alex Morgan, Daniel Mayeaux, Aaron Taliaferro, Sophia Torres and Emma Tooraen. Jane Dimattia and Angela Inzerella at the Woman's club coffee and bake sale. Attendees at ribbon-cutting ceremony for Magnolia Assisted Living, including Tammy Duhon, April Thomas, Sherri Veazey, Stacy Nelson, Cecila Hebert, Alima Harry, Mayor Barney Arceneaux, Councilmen Neal Bourque and David Guitreau, Ascension Chamber of Commerce President and Sherrie Despino, Chamber Ambassadors and Magnolia Assisted Living family, friends and residents. The Catholic High Tennis Bears took State by an overwhelming margin of 18 to 10.5 over rival, Jesuit of New Orleans. St. Joseph's Academy won the girls' state title in tennis. Pictured are the girls' tennis team from St. Joseph's Academy and the Catholic High tennis team. Christina Melton, journalist Bill Moyers and Beth and Bob Courtney attended a special screening of "Rikers: An American Jail" at Louisiana's Old State Capitol. 45

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