Inclement weather didn’t dampen the spirits of the teachers and volunteers during the Stuff the Bus campaign held Saturday at Walmart. “We really appreciate the City of Patterson sponsoring this event and the public that donated supplies, especially those that braved the weather,” said Suzanne Bergeron, Patterson Junior High School principal.
(The Daily Review Photo by Diane Miller Fears)
Inclement weather didn’t dampen the spirits of the teachers and volunteers during the Stuff the Bus campaign held Saturday at Walmart.
Louisiana’s oldest chartered harvest festival is scheduled to celebrate 79 years of tradition and family fun during Labor Day Weekend, Aug. 28 through Sept. 1.
Teche Action Clinic is the first community health clinic to join the Louisiana Senior Health Information Program, a free counseling program for seniors and pre-retirees that helps disseminate information and assist Medicare applicants. From left are Teche CEO Dr. Gary Wiltz, Ron C. Henderson, deputy commissioner of the Office of Consumer Advocacy and Ronald Williams, Executive Management Officer in the office of the commissioner of the Louisiana Department of Insurance.
Teche Action Clinic and CEO Dr. Gary Wiltz were recognized Wednesday by officials from the State of Louisiana’s Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP).