State 4-H Youth Development Head Terril Faul and Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center Director Jane Jones survey a van full of donated supplies Faul had driven up to the camp from Baton Rouge.
Myron Davis, 12, of New Orleans, shows off some muscle during his stay at Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center, which is a shelter for Katrina victims.
Volunteer meal servers from the Alpine First Baptist Church in Pineville, Louisiana, pause for a photo before serving lunch to Hurricane Katrina victims housed at Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center, near Pollock, Louisiana.
Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center maintenance man Dewayne Briggs unloads donated supplies.
Volunteer meal servers Lisa Bryant and Faylon Richie share a light moment before lunch at Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center.
Tyrone Nelson, who is deaf, found Heather Sartin to talk to through sign language. Both are from Chalmette, but they hadn’t met until evacuation from Hurricane Katrina brought them to Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center.
9/10/2005 12:55:57 AM
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