Christine and Raymond Verret Jr.
Girl Scouts Cookie booths begin March 6 in the Tri-City area. See sites in the accompanying story or go online at www.gsle.org and click on the “find cookies” tab. “Funds raised goes for supplies for troop meetings, membership fees and any trips the troop wants to take,” said Lena Clements, Girl Scout Service Unit 270 administrator and manager.
—The Daily Review/Diane Miller Fears
Area Girl Scouts have set up Girl Scout Cookie booth sales in the Tri-City area.
Financial changes are a fact of life. Changes occur at every turn, including when students leave home for the first time, people get married and when families purchase their first home.
Born to Alanni Clark and Fred Kenner of Morgan City, a girl, Adali Alaya Clark, on Jan. 28 at Ochsner St. Mary in Morgan City. She weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and measured 20 inches.
Live oaks have a strong history in the Gulf South. Before steel, bronze and aluminum alloys were used, U.S. naval ships were built from the strong wood of live oaks.