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    Son shares father’s legacy of Cook’s Theatre

    The North Baton Rouge Blue Ribbon Commission hosted “Meet and Greet with Dr. James Cook Jr., son of Cook’s Theatre founder, the late James Cook Sr.​, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Scotlandville, June 10.
    Dr. Cook, a cardiologist in Medford, Oregon, discussed the history of his family, local community, and the theatre business. According to Councilwoman Chauna Banks, the event “brought back great memories of Cook’s Theatre and the legendary entrepreneurial spirit that was alive and well in the Scotlandville community.”
    Submitted by Rachel Emmanuel Ph.D.
    Feature photograph is of Myrtly Ricard, Lyle Mouton, Natalie Ricard, and Dr. James Cook
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    Masquerade Ball, Silent Auction planned Feb. 10

    The Jewel J. Newman Community Center Annual Masquerade Ball and Silent Auction is planned for Saturday, February 10, 8pm until 12 midnight.  The optional black tie/cocktail attire affair is set to be a great time for everyone, said Baton Rouge Councilwoman Chauna Banks.
    “Come celebrate a night of masked mystery, fun, games, prizes, and dancing. Masks purchased at the door (limited quantity available). Appetizers, beverages, and desserts provided by Victory Catering included in the cost of your ticket.”
    All donations go to Jewel J. Newman Community Center efforts to continue to provide outreach, activities, and funding for needed community center improvements.   Individual tickets ($40) and table of 8 tickets ($300) can be purchased by contacting the Jewel J. Newman Community Center at (225) 775-3935 or 77-JEWEL or email jjncc@brgov.com.
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