The citrus collected by volunteers is stored in Second Harvest food banks and used to combat hunger throughout Southeast Louisiana.
Belle Chasse Rotarians and their families joined volunteers from Second Harvest to help pick citrus from 600 trees behind the home of 
George Pivach II, left, Vice-President and General Counsel of the Venice Port Complex (VPC), presented Plaquemines Parish School Board Superintendent Denis Rousselle with a grant totaling $13,050 to help fund a new training program. On the right is VPC Site Supervisor Tony Frickey.
The citrus collected by volunteers is stored in Second Harvest food banks and used to combat hunger throughout Southeast Louisiana.
PABI members Bobby Thomas (far left) and Jody Guilbeau (second from right) stand with Scott Morse of the Home Builders’ Association (far right) and Plaquemines’ runoff candidates during a forum held at Boomtown Casino on October 18. From the left, the candidates are District 9 hopefuls Nicole Smith Williams and Byron Marinovich, Presidential contender Amos Cormier, Jr., District 4 candidates Shelly Chiappetta and Irvin Juneau, Jr. and presidential candidate Jerry Hodnett.

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