Party’s over? Council considers increased building rental rates

The days of the $5 party in Plaquemines Parish buildings could meet its end this Thursday.

Life & Legacy and Blue Dog at OLPH

Wendy Rodrigue, widow of acclaimed “Blue Dog” artist George Rodrigue, visited with seventh graders at Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Belle Chasse Sept. 26 as part of the Life & Legacy Tour.

 

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Plaquemines Parish Council declared October Breast Cancer Awareness Month during its September 26 meeting in Pointe a la Hache. Three parish employees (Valerie Ragas, Trenese Augustus and Shamanda Addison) who have battled breast cancer were invited to accept the proclamation.

Party’s over? Council considers increased building rental rates
Life & Legacy and Blue Dog at OLPH
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
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Food Lions

Last week the Belle Chasse Lions Club donated carts full of non-perishable food items and toiletries to the popup Second Harvest Food Bank at First Baptist Church in Belle Chasse.

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March for MLK

Plaquemines Parish Sheriff Jerry Turlich, second from right, joins local Vietnam veterans, from left, Joseph Williams, Leo Harvey, Clarence Brock and Alton Fredrick Jan.

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Community

4-Her’s attend Marsh Dawgs Camp

Participants from Plaquemines and St. Bernard Parishes attended a week-long camp called Marsh Dawgs. This camp is designed to teach High school students about Louisiana’s coast. Participants had opportunity to

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