Don Juanz was recently awarded the “Eat Fit” designation from Ochsner Health System. That means menu items meet nutritional criteria designated by Ochsner, with support by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation and LSU Health Shreveport.
i wanted to be the first to chime in and tell you how successful the (Artbreak) inserts were this year. Other than the stack we squirreled away, we officially ran out by Sunday. I caught the teachers reading them while the kids did activities during the week.
Brianna Belton (center) has an undeniable flair for sophisticated and charming weddings and receptions. The full-service planner says her joy comes from making memories and celebrating this most special day with the bride and groom..
The company owners are really invested in our community. They are here for the long-term, and their reputation depends on their expertise, their products and services, their integrity and most of all, satisfied customers. Relationships are everything in the locally owned business sector.
Asthma is one of the leading chronic disease in children, which is characterized by inflammation (swelling) and narrowing of the airways, and increased mucus production resulting in obstruction to breathing. Asthma has a genetic basis but greatly influenced by environmental factors.
A locally produced film documentary, “Clementine Hunter’s World,” was screened in the Oprah Winfrey Theater at the National Museum of History & Culture (NMAAHC) on March 24. A panel discussion featuring the filmmaker, Art Shiver, along with Tom Whitehead, Henry Price and Molly Baker followed.
The 18th Annual David Rice Memorial Angel Run and Walk will be held Saturday, April 27, and will begin at 8 a.m. on Holy Angels’ campus. The opening ceremony will kick off with special guest, Miss Wheelchair Louisiana, Karen Roy. Runners and walkers will travel through Long Lake neighborhood then back to Holy Angels’ campus for a celebration.