Happy Birthday, James!

Happy Birthday, James!

St. Bernard Parish residents made a special trip to Parish Drive in Arabi to honk their car horns and wish a very happy birthday to 13 year-old James Dobson (from a safe social distance) on Friday, April 3. Dobson is a seventh grader at Andrew Jackson Middle School. Photo by Amber Prattini Wallo

St. Bernard Manor accepting donations

A food pantry is being set up at the St. Bernard Manor at 2400 Archbishop Hannan Blvd, Meraux. If anyone would like to donate, they will accept donations in the community building. They will be in need of can foods, non-perishable items, toilet tissue, personal hygiene items, water, bread or paper products. This will be distributed to their elderly residents as their time of need occurs. Donations will be accepted Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Any thing will be appreciated.For any questions, please reach out to Wanda Robertson at 504.227.3380.

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SBSO participates in ‘Gunning for a Cure’

St. Bernard Sheriff James Pohlmann was joined by a group of six St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office deputies and St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis to form a team for Gunning for a Cure held in early March at Stella Plantation in Braithwaite. Gunning for a Cure is an annual sporting clays competition designed to raise funds for prostate cancer research. Proceeds from the friendly competition benefit Dr. Oliver Sartor’s Prostate Cancer Research Fund at Tulane Cancer Center. The event, which also featured live entertainment, food and beverages, auctions and raffles, aims to improve the health of men by discovering the means to treat prostate cancer, while ultimately aiming to develop a cure. Pictured, from left: St. Bernard Sheriff James Pohlmann, St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis, Lt. Robert Broadhead, Capt. Brian Clark, Dep. Dusty Gould, Sgt. Gary Noriea, Lt. Ryan Melerine and Col. Chad Clark.


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