Karen Cambre, Langley, Layne
Our condolences to the members of the Can Do’s.They recently lost VFC member Marie Stafford.We send you our thoughts and prayers.
Albany VFC assembled and donated 70 Raise-a-Reader Bags to the Livingston Health Unit. The club also collected and donated personal care items to the Hammond Veterans Quad Center.
The Can Do’s are almost finished constructing their walker caddies.They plan on donating them to the Golden Age Nursing Home.
A workday was held to finish constructing the fidget quilts.Members of the Ladybugs continue to volunteer their time with the Mighty Moms Project of packing and distributing food. At their September VFC Meeting, Area Nutrition Agent, Layne Langley, presented a program on One Pot Meals. The Ladybugs have begun planning Fun Day 2020.
Port Vincent VFC have been busy planning and coordinating the Annual Christmas Program “Christmas on the Bayou”.They are working on pillow cases for OLOL Children’s Hospital.Port Vincent VFC also plan to show off their quilts at the Creole Festival. The club is assembling items for their annual Cancer Services Raffle.This year’s raffle will consist of a “party cart” with items one can use to throw LSU, Saints, and Christmas parties.
Calling all members, it’s time to pay your annual LVFC dues. They are $17. Fifteen dollars is for State dues and the remaining $2 is for parish dues. Please send your dues to your Club Treasurer by October 31.
Special thanks goes out to Ladybug Janette Berkley.She represented the LSU AgCenter and hosted a nutrition table at the Immaculate Conception Church Health Fair.Thanks for volunteering!!
Hats off to Janette Berkley, Jane Vizinat, and Jinx Berthelot for assisting with the Livingston Parish Fair.They braved the warm temperatures to help the Fair Association and LSU AgCenter Office.
Did you know that Livingston Parish has 256 foster children?Amy LeJeune, CEO of The Foster Village, spoke at the September VFC Council Meeting to inform the group about The Foster Village.This non-profit focuses on providing support for our local foster children.They have items that are used to equip children that have been through traumatic events of loss.All services offered to the children are free of charge.The Foster Village Mission is “to make sure every child in need is clothed with dignity & given something of their own since most have lost everything”.At the September Council Meeting, the Council decided that they would collect new items for The Foster Village during the Christmas Program instead of donating to the Sheriff’s Christmas Crusade.
Mark your calendar for the 2019 Annual LVFC Christmas Program. It will be held December 6 at the Port Vincent Community Center.
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Area Nutrition Agent
West Feliciana & Livingston Parishes
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