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Community Events: July 19 – 31

Community Events: July 19 – 31

Here are your upcoming community events, meetings, and workshops in and around the Ponchatoula, Hammond, and Baton Rouge area. Complete this form to share your upcoming events: Drum Community Events or email information to news at thedrumnewspaper dot info.

 

July 18, 24, and August 1

Play Streets, 10am-2pm, 5820 Evangeline Street. Several streets in the Brookstown neighborhood will be closed to traffic to allow children to play as part of Pennington Biomedical Center’s Play STreets program. This program affords children and families in a local neighborhood increased space to play outside and engage in physical activity.

 

 

 

July 19 – 25

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SPIRIT OF PENTECOST APPREHENDED, 7pm nightly, World Link of Churches and Ministries, 2103 S. Philippe Ave., Gonzales, featuring 10 guest ministers and Apostle Lloyd Benson Sr. Youth Fresh will be held Tuesday, July 21 with Prophet Richard Horace of Houston Texas.

 

 

 

July 21
Ponchatoula Mayor’s Court
, 5:30PM, Ponchatoula City Hall,125 W. Hickory Street. Click HERE to pay fines online. For information regarding Mayor’s Court please call (985) 370-7500.

July 22
Early Childhood Care and Education Advisory Council Meeting, 
1pm,Thomas Jefferson Room, Claiborne Building, 1201 N. 3rd Street.The Louisiana Department of Education will present the major proposed improvements to the eligibility and funding rates for the Louisiana Child Care Assistance Program. One proposed change is for families to remain eligible for at least one year regardless of life changes. ONLINE: http://bese.louisiana.gov/home

July 25

save_our_cities_now_15adg001001Save Our Cities Prayer Initiative, 8am, prayer march from the Governor’s Mansion in Baton Rouge to the La. State Capitol Building. According to organizers, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference president Charles Steele Jr., the Rev. Jessie Jackson of the Rainbow Push Coalition, and the Rev. Al Sharpton of the National Action Network will join in the march led by Chief Apostle Lloyd Benson Sr. ONLINE: saveourcitiesnow.org or www.wlcm.org

 

 

 

July 30

The July Meeting of The Diabetic Kitchen. 5pm, First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 119 Jefferson St, New Iberia. Guest speaker will be Dr. Shelley Smith of Audibel Hearing Healthcare in New Iberia and Abbeville. Smith’s focus and specialty include adult and pediatric diagnostic testing, adult and pediatric amplification and tinnitus management. Contact: Nathaniel Mitchell Sr., Nateyes@bellsouth.net or The Diabetic Kitchen on Facebook.

 

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Complete this form to share your upcoming events: Drum Community Events or email information to news at thedrumnewspaper dot info

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