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Packing purses to help ladies in Louisiana

Ladies in the Bible Study class at First Baptist Church of Ocean Springs are helping out those impacted by Hurricane Ida by adding a little flair. Instead of your usual care packages filled with water, can goods, and house hold products, the ladies decided to pack purses filled with goodies such as lip balm, gum, hand held planners, notepads, pens, hand wipes, and mini-Bibles.
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GIVING BACK: More Help coming for Louisiana from Ft. Bend County Judge and Assistance Ministries W. Houston

HOUSTON, Texas (KIAH) West Houston Assistance Ministries (WHAM) and Fort Bend County Judge KP George are joining forces to distribute food and supplies to victims of Hurricane Ida in Houston, and families in need. This special drive-thru food distribution will take place on Saturday, September 25 from 9 am – 12 noon at WHAM headquarters located at 10501 Meadowglen Lane in Houston. Food and supplies will be distributed to approximately 300 cars on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last.
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SAU comes to aid of stricken South Louisiana parish

Residents of south Louisiana once again recently battled mother nature as Hurricane Ida ripped through their towns. In response to an urgent need, Southern Arkansas University has collected disaster relief items for residents of Lafourche Parish, LA. SAU began collecting the items on September 7, setting up drop-off bins and...
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Humane Society of Louisiana distributing pet food on Saturday

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — On Saturday, September 25, the Humane Society of Louisiana will be distributing pet food to residents in front of Mistretta’s Produce at 131 Harbor Circle, New Orleans. Nationally known pet food companies are sending tons of pet food to New Orleans and other areas impacted by...
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Lee Brice to headline Louisiana Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert at Cajundome

A benefit concert will be held in November to raise money for hurricane relief efforts in Louisiana after Ida. Ragin Country Crawl, sponsored by CMR Construction & Roofing, will feature headliner Lee Brice, ACM and CMA Award-nominated artist Randy Houser, country rapper Colt Ford, and popular country disc jockey Dee Jay Silver during the one-night event at the Cajundome. It's set for November 7; doors will open at 3:30 p.m. and the show begins at 5 p.m.
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Lee Brice Headlines Louisiana Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert Ragin Country Crawl

LAFAYETTE, La.–CMR Construction &Roofing, one of the nation’sleading roofing and repair companies, will welcome country music fans to the CAJUNDOMEon November 7, 2021,for Ragin Country Crawl, a one-night benefit concert to raise money for hurricane relief efforts inLouisiana. Country music powerhouse Lee Brice will headline the benefit concert that will alsofeature performances from ACM and CMA Award-nominated artist Randy Houser, country rapper Colt Ford, and popular country disc jockey Dee Jay Silver.
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County churches gathering supplies for Louisiana this Sunday

The Sardis District of the Missionary Baptist Association has established a “Throw Out The Lifeline” campaign, and the victims of the recent weather disasters in Louisiana will be the recipients of the organization’s first outreach in the ministry. Sunday, Sept. 26, has been proclaimed “Love in Action Sunday” in Panola...
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2021 West LA Forestry Festival senior pageant contestants announced

The 2021 West Louisiana Forestry Festival senior pageant will be Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. at the WLFF auditorium at the fairgrounds. Contestants vying for the title of Miss West Louisiana Forestry Festival are:. Evans: Chloe Benjamin and Harlie Harvey. Faith Training: Jordan Jenkins. Hicks: Avery Coffman. Hornbeck: Tori Burnley...
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Tarp Donation Drive for Louisiana Hurricane Victims

FHP Troopers are teaming with the Sickles High School ROTC Unit to collect tarps for Hurricane Ida victims in Louisiana, many of whom are still without power and with damaged homes. Tarps of any size may be delivered to FHP Stations in the Bay Area for collection by September 30th to be delivered to representatives of the Louisiana National Guard.
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