November 6, 2009 Update


Dear Pelicans,


Feedback from the Evergreen Lunch is that a good time was had by all who attended. The report is being prepared and, hopefully, will be the major part of the next Update.


New Items Posted Include: (The entire churches page is now under construction – patience, please. Please send any information on churches, ministries, graveyards.

1. Click on Churches (right side), Bayou Rouge Baptist Church, and the Welcome appears.

Thank you Brother David Trimbur for your leadership in having this page become a reality.

2. Click on Churches (right side), and scroll down to Ministries. The link for Rev. Robert Tanner in posted and a click will take you directly to his website. Thank you Bobby for your ministry.

3, Obituaries and News  have new entries. These are in chronological order for efficiency in locating and viewing. Did you all know that Ronnie and Dorrinne are grandparents again? See unique birth announcement in the News.
4. An awesome Military Page has been posted for Dale Ducote. Thank you Dale for including the link to your youtube video so viewers could enjoy the trip you and Al took to Washington, D.C. as part Louisiana Honor Air Flight.

5. Please click on  and be taken to the listing on our Military Links – Nov. 11 – Veterans Day – click here


St. Charles Fair – Saturday, Nov. 7 – see news story for details
St. Mary’s Fair – Nov. 6,7 + multi-year class reunion  - see news story for details


Prayer Requests:
L.C. Riche’, Jr. who recently completed cancer treatment and has new challenges and Ivory Galland Riche’ who is home recovering from knee surgery after a six weeks hospital stay.


New announcement from Dub Dugas: The Old Boogie Kings will be playing a benefit for a Cancer patient who is a daughter-in-law of Mike Pollard. Mike has been a saxophone player in many bands including the Boogie Kings and Swing Kings. I went to school and played music with Mike for years. I do plan to be there. The location is LJ's Casino on Hwy1 between Marksville and Mansura. Sunday, Nov. 15 from 1-6 pm.
 Please help to spread the word.
Peace, Ed Dugas