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  • 01/28/2016
  • Posted by Kathy Muse

The Academy of Our Lady Students Volunteer to Lend a Hand

We are so grateful to the students and teachers from The Academy of Our Lady in Marrero who volunteered with us today!  Many hands helped gather leaves for composting, weeded and collected moonflower seeds at our Dauphine Community Garden, and also worked with Garden On Mars.  Thank you one and all for your service!

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  • 01/19/2016
  • Posted by Kathy Muse

CSED Newsletter January 19, 2016

Volunteer Spotlight: Northpoint Academy 

 

CSED was pleased to welcome the amazing volunteers from Northpoint Academy in Arizona. They helped with gardening/landscaping work and projects at Galvez Goodies. 

Do you need volunteers? We can help!
CSED is looking for more Lower 9 residents who could use help from our awesome volunteers. In March, we'll welcome hundreds of spring break volunteers into our community. Let them give you a hand! 
 
To sign up, stop by our new office at 5227 Chartres St. or give us a call at 
504-324-9955.
Hanging in there
 
 
An exciting new development for a Happy New Year! We have our first monarch butterfly chrysalis hanging from the milkweed in the butterfly island at our Environmental Learning & Research Center!

Learn more about the importance of monarch butterflies at Hanging In There.
 
Now hiring - TCA job fair 
 
 
Total Community Action is hiring! Stop by the pre-job fair and interviewing bootcamp Wednesday, Jan. 20, 9 a.m. - 10 a.m. at 1424 S. Jeff Davis Pkwy. This event is designed to help applicants prepare for the job fair Thursday, Jan. 21, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at 1416 Jeff Davis Pkwy. Please dress for success and bring resumes, as on-site interviews are possible. 
 
Available positions include assistant teacher, caregiver, center aide, custodian, student assistant, family advocate, food service technician, health & nutrition manager, teacher and information & referral specialist. For more information, visit www.tca-nola.org or call 504-872-0338
Tiny House Mixer with Make it Right
 
 

It's the tiny house you have to see to believe. Make it Right invites you to their Tiny House Open House, January 30, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at 1732 Forstall.  At this special open house, you can tour the Lower 9's first Tiny House, previously featured on the TV show "Tiny House Nation". 
 
The house is one bedroom, one bath, 496 square feet, and it's priced at $100,000.
City of New Orleans to host training sessions for contractors on "HireNOLA" and DBE program

The City of New Orleans will kick off a series of free seminars to provide training on its new Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) contract and labor compliance software systems and HireNOLA policy. The trainings are open to the public and will be held at Delgado Community College City Park Campus, H. Giles Hall, 615 City Park Av., New Orleans, LA 70119.
 
In This Issue
Now Hiring: Backyard Gardeners Network 
 
The Backyard Gardeners Network has open positions for Youth Outreach Co-Coordinator, Outreach Coordinator and Youth interns. 
 
From blighted lots to flourishing mini-farms: The Lower 9th Ward's 'Garden on Mars'
 
On an unseasonably warm day, just a week before Christmas, the plants seemed confused in the Lower 9th Ward's Garden on Mars. Early fall plantings of cherry tomatoes and basil hung on mightily next to cool-weather-loving rows of lettuces, kale, Swiss chard and broccoli.
CSED Team 

Chief Executive Officer 
Arthur Johnson

Program Manager
Kathy Muse

Volunteer Manager
Warrenetta Banks

Wetland Specialist
John Taylor

Energy Efficiency Assistant
Charles Reddick

Community Resilience Outreach
Beverly Jackson

Resiliency Manager for Coastal Restoration and Community Awareness 
Rachel Pickens
  • 09/04/2015
  • Posted by Kathy Muse

CSED Newsletter September 4, 2015

Al Jazeera story follows CSED's
John Taylor 
 


CSED's John Taylor is featured in a news story with Aljazeera America. Hear his story and follow along his walking tour of Lower 9. 

Fresh produce at Capstone Farmer's Market every Friday, beginning today 


The next season of the Capstone Farmer's Market kicks off today, September 4. The market will be open every Friday through Nov. 20, 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. at 5001 N. Claiborne Ave. Credit and debit cards are accepted and special discounts are available for customers who make purchases with SNAP cards.

For more information, e-mail capstone118@gmail.com and check out the Capstone website
Lower 9 neighbors are the best! 
 
 
CSED would like to give a very special shout out to our friends and neighbors, Robert Banks and Diego & Kelly Larguia. They generously donate the use of their water for our gardens at the CSED Environmental Learning & Research Center on Florida Avenue and at the Dauphine Street Community Garden respectively.
 
We also invite you to stop by and check out Diego's art this Saturday, Sept. 5, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. at Jean Brag Gallery of Art, 600 Julia Street. His art will show throughout the month of September.
Special moments from Hurricane Katrina commemoration events
 
 
Darryl Malek-Wiley, friend of CSED, shares photos of last weekend's events commemorating the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.  
 
In This Issue
Update your business information in our Lower 9 Resource Guide

CSED is working to update our Lower 9 Resource Guide through phone calls and site visits. If you'd like to include your business in our guide, or update your business information, please contact CSED's Beverly Jackson at 
504-756-1204
Evacuteer captains needed in Lower 9

Sign up today to volunteer with Evacuteer. These special volunteers will assist our community during mandatory evacuations.

CSED Team 

Chief Executive Officer 
Arthur Johnson

Program Manager
Kathy Muse

Volunteer Manager
Warrenetta Banks

Wetland Specialist
John Taylor

Energy Efficiency Assistant
Charles Reddick

Community Resilience Assistant
Beverly Jackson

Resiliency Manager for Coastal Restoration and Community Awareness 
Rachel Pickens
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  • 08/21/2015
  • Posted by Kathy Muse

CSED Newsletter August 21, 2015

Community reflects at Lower 9 Resilience Festival
The Lower 9 Resilience Festival is an annual opportunity to reflect, mourn, and recognize our efforts to rebuild and become whole again. We will embrace this opportunity to encourage and fellowship with our neighbors, thank our volunteers and embrace a community driven effort to promote financial and economic stimulation.
Get more information, sign up to volunteer. 
 
Special ceremony to unveil Historic Lower 9 plaque, commemorate Hurricane Katrina
 
Please mark your calendar for a ceremony to unveil a historic plaque for everyone to see at the breach site of the Industrial Canal. 
WHO: Levees.org in partnership with the residents of the Lower Ninth Ward  
WHAT: Historic plaque unveiling ceremony WHERE: T-intersection of Jourdan Avenue and N. Johnson Street, New Orleans   WHEN: Monday, August 24, 6 p.m. - 7 p.m.
 
Photo courtesy of Darryl Malek-Wiley 
Event commemorate 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina
Thursday, Aug. 27
 
"Who We Are" Hurricane Katrina documentary 
Ruth U. Fertel/Tulane Community Heath Center
711 N. Broad
6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.  The screening is free. For more information, call Ruth at 504-609-3583 or Ermelle at 832-477-7494
 
Friday, Aug. 28
Reception and photo exhibition
Tekrema Center 5640 Burgundy Street 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. 
 
"Katrina Artistically Revisited" and Film Screening of Secondline/Secondlife by Ricklevine Canal Place 333 Canal Street  10 p.m. 
 
Saturday, Aug. 29
K10 On The Levee - yoga and music 
 
500 Deslonde Street 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. For more information, e-mail
10th Katrina Commemorative Event - Bravery, Strength, Resilience-Yesterday,Today,Tomorrow Laying of the Wreath Ceremony 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Andrew Pete Sanchez Community Center 1616 N. Claiborne Ave.
Silent Procession 12:00 noon Promptly
Corner of Caffin Ave. & N. Claiborne
10th Annual Katrina Secondline/Wreath Placement 
1826 Tennessee Street -1617 Tennessee Street 1 p.m. 3 p.m.   
Feature Films show on the front of resident Robert Green's House 1826 Tennessee Street
7 p.m. - 9 p.m. 
Films include:
Jonathan Demme: "The Right To Return" Discovery Channel: "Floods" Estee Blachard: "From My Heart" National Relief Network "Children of the Storm" Dr. Rick Levine feature film "Robert Lynn Green, Sr"
After party  10 p.m. Everyone is invited to come out and bring a dish. 
 
 
Katrina documentary premieres 
"Katrina 10 Years Later: A Second Life, A Second Chance" will premiere this Sunday, Aug. 23, 7 p.m. on the Louisiana Public Broadcasting Channel. You can catch it again on WYES-New Orleans, Aug. 29 at 7 p.m. Check your local listings for encore presentations. 
In This Issue
Update your business information in our Lower 9 Resource Guide
CSED is working to update our Lower 9 Resource Guide through phone calls and site visits. If you'd like to include your business in our guide, or update your business information, please contact CSED's Beverly Jackson at  504-756-1204
Evacuteer captains needed in Lower 9
Sign up today to volunteer with Evacuteer. These special volunteers will assist our community during mandatory evacuations.
Diaper drive, donate today
 
Donate diapers to moms in our community now through Aug. 31. Drop off diapers (sizes 2 - 4) and wipes (3t - 4t) at two locations: 3300 S. Broad and 711 N. Broad. 
 
The diapers will be given away at the Total Toddler Takeover event Friday, September 25, 10 a.m. - noon, at South Broad Community Health Center, 3300 S. Broad. 
President Obama to visit New Orleans
 
President Barack Obama and former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton plan to visit New Orleans and meet with residents next week to mark the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. 
 
CVS Pharmacy coming to Lower 9
Local leaders and executives from CVS pharmacy broke ground on a new CVS pharmacy in the Lower 9th Ward this morning. This new store marks the first major retailer to commit to a project in our neighborhood since Hurricane Katrina. CVS/pharmacy will open a 13,225 square foot retail pharmacy at 5000-5030 North Claiborne Avenue (corner of North Claiborne and Forstall Street.)
The store is expected to bring 20 new full and part-time jobs to local and neighborhood residents.
CSED Team 
Chief Executive Officer  Arthur Johnson
Program Manager Kathy Muse
Volunteer Manager Warrenetta Banks
Wetland Specialist John Taylor
Energy Efficiency Assistant Charles Reddick
Community Resilience Assistant Beverly Jackson
Resiliency Manager for Coastal Restoration and Community Awareness  Rachel Pickens
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CSED Newsletter August 21, 2015

Community reflects at Lower 9 Resilience Festival
The Lower 9 Resilience Festival is an annual opportunity to reflect, mourn, and recognize our efforts to rebuild and become whole again. We will embrace this opportunity to encourage and fellowship with our neighbors, thank our volunteers and embrace a community driven effort to promote financial and economic stimulation.
Get more information, sign up to volunteer. 
 
Special ceremony to unveil Historic Lower 9 plaque, commemorate Hurricane Katrina
 
Please mark your calendar for a ceremony to unveil a historic plaque for everyone to see at the breach site of the Industrial Canal. 
WHO: Levees.org in partnership with the residents of the Lower Ninth Ward  
WHAT: Historic plaque unveiling ceremony WHERE: T-intersection of Jourdan Avenue and N. Johnson Street, New Orleans   WHEN: Monday, August 24, 6 p.m. - 7 p.m.
 
Photo courtesy of Darryl Malek-Wiley 
Event commemorate 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina
Thursday, Aug. 27
 
"Who We Are" Hurricane Katrina documentary 
Ruth U. Fertel/Tulane Community Heath Center
711 N. Broad
6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.  The screening is free. For more information, call Ruth at 504-609-3583 or Ermelle at 832-477-7494
 
Friday, Aug. 28
Reception and photo exhibition
Tekrema Center 5640 Burgundy Street 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. 
 
"Katrina Artistically Revisited" and Film Screening of Secondline/Secondlife by Ricklevine Canal Place 333 Canal Street  10 p.m. 
 
Saturday, Aug. 29
K10 On The Levee - yoga and music 
 
500 Deslonde Street 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. For more information, e-mail
10th Katrina Commemorative Event - Bravery, Strength, Resilience-Yesterday,Today,Tomorrow Laying of the Wreath Ceremony 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Andrew Pete Sanchez Community Center 1616 N. Claiborne Ave.
Silent Procession 12:00 noon Promptly
Corner of Caffin Ave. & N. Claiborne
10th Annual Katrina Secondline/Wreath Placement 
1826 Tennessee Street -1617 Tennessee Street 1 p.m. 3 p.m.   
Feature Films show on the front of resident Robert Green's House 1826 Tennessee Street
7 p.m. - 9 p.m. 
Films include:
Jonathan Demme: "The Right To Return" Discovery Channel: "Floods" Estee Blachard: "From My Heart" National Relief Network "Children of the Storm" Dr. Rick Levine feature film "Robert Lynn Green, Sr"
After party  10 p.m. Everyone is invited to come out and bring a dish. 
 
 
Katrina documentary premieres 
"Katrina 10 Years Later: A Second Life, A Second Chance" will premiere this Sunday, Aug. 23, 7 p.m. on the Louisiana Public Broadcasting Channel. You can catch it again on WYES-New Orleans, Aug. 29 at 7 p.m. Check your local listings for encore presentations. 
In This Issue
Update your business information in our Lower 9 Resource Guide
CSED is working to update our Lower 9 Resource Guide through phone calls and site visits. If you'd like to include your business in our guide, or update your business information, please contact CSED's Beverly Jackson at  504-756-1204
Evacuteer captains needed in Lower 9
Sign up today to volunteer with Evacuteer. These special volunteers will assist our community during mandatory evacuations.
Diaper drive, donate today
 
Donate diapers to moms in our community now through Aug. 31. Drop off diapers (sizes 2 - 4) and wipes (3t - 4t) at two locations: 3300 S. Broad and 711 N. Broad. 
 
The diapers will be given away at the Total Toddler Takeover event Friday, September 25, 10 a.m. - noon, at South Broad Community Health Center, 3300 S. Broad. 
President Obama to visit New Orleans
 
President Barack Obama and former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton plan to visit New Orleans and meet with residents next week to mark the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. 
 
CVS Pharmacy coming to Lower 9
Local leaders and executives from CVS pharmacy broke ground on a new CVS pharmacy in the Lower 9th Ward this morning. This new store marks the first major retailer to commit to a project in our neighborhood since Hurricane Katrina. CVS/pharmacy will open a 13,225 square foot retail pharmacy at 5000-5030 North Claiborne Avenue (corner of North Claiborne and Forstall Street.)
The store is expected to bring 20 new full and part-time jobs to local and neighborhood residents.
CSED Team 
Chief Executive Officer  Arthur Johnson
Program Manager Kathy Muse
Volunteer Manager Warrenetta Banks
Wetland Specialist John Taylor
Energy Efficiency Assistant Charles Reddick
Community Resilience Assistant Beverly Jackson
Resiliency Manager for Coastal Restoration and Community Awareness  Rachel Pickens
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  • 08/14/2015
  • Posted by Kathy Muse

CSED Newsletter

   
 
Aug 14, 2015
MRGO Press Conference highlights New Orleans' sustainability in the future
Were you able to attend Tuesday's press conference: "10th Anniversary of Katrina: Making New Orleans a Sustainable Delta City for the Next Century"? If so, thanks for coming out to support this great event! If not, no worries...get a quick recap from media outlets that covered the event. 
Labyrinth of Love
Truly a labyrinth of love has been created for our community at the CSED Environmental Learning & Research Center on Florida Avenue, thanks to our volunteers from American Baptist Home Mission Society. They built the labyrinth, uncovered overgrown sidewalks, performed interior and exterior painting and repairs on residents' homes and churches, installed a pulpit, weeded gardens & gravel pathways, cleaned gutters, and engaged in many, many other home rebuilding projects last week. 
Lower 9th Ward Water Wise Workshop
Water Wise will be hosting its seventh workshop in the Lower 9th Ward on August 19th from 5:30pm-7pm at the Sanchez Center!  Everyone is invited to learn how we can collectively take action in reducing flooding in our neighborhoods while at the same time adding natural beauty through the use of rain gardens, planter boxes, bioswales, french drains, rain barrels, etc.   This event is free. 
Author Roberta Gratz to host book signing in Lower 9
About Roberta Gratz will be in Lower 9 to speak about how citizens are recovering in Lower Nine with little help from government. She'll also be signing copies of her new book "We're Still Here, Ya Bastards". All are welcomed to attend the event Thursday, Aug. 20, 6:30 p.m. at All Souls Church, 5500 St. Claude Ave.
Special event to support Tekrema Center for Art and Culture
A Night in Dakar, an annual performance benefiting Tekrema Center for Art and Culture, will take place Saturday, Aug. 22, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. at Ellis Marsalis Center for Music, 1901 Bartholomew Street. The cost is $35 general admission and $25 for young patrons and seasoned supporters. 
The event will feature special performances by The Marlon Jordan Quintet, Ursula Rucker with Tim Motzer, Dr. MonaLisa Saloy and Greer Mendy. For more information, call 504-943-9779 or e-mail info@tekremacenter.org
Updates from Backyard Gardeners Network
Volunteer opportunity The City of New Orleans is organizing a citywide day of service (Aug. 29) to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Take this day to volunteer at the Guerrilla Garden, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., to help with painting, 
weeding, planting and more. Sign up now to volunteer. 
Register for Food as Medicine Food as Medicine, the weekly nutrition and cooking workshop series, will return to the Guerrilla Garden September 3. To register, call 504-875-2948 or e-mail info@backyardgardenersnetwork.org.
Fall Programming Kick-off 
Mark your calendar. Fall programming at the garden will kick-off Saturday, Sept. 5 with free food, music and activities for all ages. 
Paid lawn care opportunity
The Guerrilla Garden needs a reliable person to cut grass twice a month in Summer, Fall and Spring and once a month in the winter. Those interested in this opportunity should check out the garden, located at 600 Charbonnet, and call 504-875-2948 to give an estimate. 
Artists commemorate Katrina with a special, featuring Lower 9 resident
The 10th annual "Katrina Artistically Revisited" is a special multi-media commemorative event of films, art and music. It's free and open to the public on the 10th anniversary eve of Hurricane Katrina, Friday, Aug. 28, 9 p.m. - midnight, at The Theatres at Canal Place, 333 Canal Street.
In the theater at 10 p.m., Lower 9 resident Robert Lynn Green, Sr. will be featured in a Q&A entitled "Katrina Story Never Told in Public Before." There will also be a short film by Rick Lavine, M.D., chronicling Mr. Green's second lines each Katrina anniversary. 
In This Issue
CSED featured in local exhibit
CSED was featured in last weekend's "Architecture of Recovery" exhibit from the New Orleans Chapter of The American Institute of Architects. The event commemorated the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. 
K10 On The Levee commemorates Katrina with yoga & music
Community members are invited to stand on the levee as one strong New Orleans, ten years after Katrina. Join in a free day of yoga, meditation, music and art on the Holy Cross Levee, 500 Deslonde Street, Saturday, Aug. 29, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. If you'd like to volunteer to help with the event or get more information about participating, email  k10onthelevee@gmail.com
 
 
New art exhibition opening this weekend
The newest exhibition from Creative Alliance of New Orleans (CANO) opens this weekend, Aug. 15. The event, entitled "The People's Murals" is free and open to the public beginning at 6 p.m. this Saturday in the Myrtle Banks Building, 1307 O. C. Haley Blvd. 
CSED Team 
Chief Executive Officer  Arthur Johnson
Program Manager Kathy Muse
Volunteer Manager Warrenetta Banks
Wetland Specialist John Taylor
Energy Efficiency Assistant Charles Reddick
Community Resilience Assistant Beverly Jackson
Resiliency Manager for Coastal Restoration and Community Awareness  Rachel Pickens
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  • 06/09/2015
  • Posted by Kathy Muse

CSED Lower 9 News

Wonderful young volunteers from Newark, NJ
 
CSED was thrilled to welcome back the wonderful volunteers from North Star Academy and Vailsburg Middle School of Newark, NJ. This was their second time working with us. If you'd like help from our volunteers, please contact CSED Volunteer Manager Warrenetta Banks at 504-939-9012. 
Paid youth summer internships
The Renaissance Project is operating their 2nd Annual Regrowing Community Summer Youth Employment Program from June 15 - July 24, 2015 with a two-day orientation beginning June 11th. Each intern will work 25 hours per week and be paid $10 per hour. This is a great opportunity for youth workers to learn about local businesses and organizations. 
Applications due today, June 5. Apply now. 
Capstone raw honey available 
Capstone Raw Honey is now available for purchase. Ten ounce jars (half pint) are $5 and 20 ounce jars (pint) are $10.  The honey will be available at Capstone Farmers Market Fridays, 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. at 5001 N. Claiborne Ave. It is also available at Urban Roots Garden Center, 2375 Tchoupitoulas St. You can even arrange for the honey to be delivered to your home. The money from the honey helps pay for food that Capstone grows and gives away to those in need as well as other Capstone projects in the Lower 9th Ward. 
 
For more information, contact David at 504-534-5443 or  capstonehoney@gmail.com
Sanchez Community Center now open
Have you been to the new Sanchez Community Center? It's a beautiful facility which includes a pool, basketball court and gym. Visit the center today at 1616 Caffin Ave. 
Sweet treats at Galvez Goodies
Stop by Galvez Goodies today. Beat the summer heat with one of their snoballs.
They even have a spacewalk for the kids. Galvez Goodies is located on the corner of Caffin and Galvez.
Make It Right open house
 
Make It Right will host an open house next Saturday, June 13, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. at 5007 North Roman Street. Get a tour of their model home and take the first step toward homeownership. 
RSVP online or by phone at 504-620-3200.
In This Issue
Now Hiring: AmeriCorps
 
Project Homecoming is currently recruiting AmeriCorps members to serve in the 2015-2016 service year! They are looking for individuals who are motivated and passionate about safe, affordable housing, neighborhood revitalization, and helping displaced families return home to New Orleans. 
 
For more information about the AmeriCorps program, visit nationalservice.gov
 
To apply for an AmeriCorps position with Project Homecoming, visit projecthomecoming.net.
Holy Cross Neighborhood Association meeting
Meet your neighbors and learn more about what's going on in our community at the Holy Cross Neighborhood Association meeting this Thursday, June 11, at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will take place at Greater Little Zion Church, 5130 Chartres Street. 
 
CSED Team 
Chief Executive Officer  Arthur Johnson
Program Manager Kathy Muse
Volunteer Manager Warrenetta Banks
Wetland Specialist John Taylor
Energy Efficiency Assistant Charles Reddick
Community Resilience Assistant Beverly Jackson
Resiliency Manager for Coastal Restoration and Community Awareness  Rachel Pickens
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  • 05/06/2015
  • Posted by Kathy Muse

GiveNOLA Day results are in...Thanks A Million!!!

 
CSED is truly thankful for everyone who supported us for GiveNOLA Day, May 5th.  Because of your generous support, we received 73 gifts totaling $4,601.   More than 500 non-profit organizations in the Greater New Orleans area participated in the 2nd annual GiveNOLA Day.  In just 24 hours, the event received 34,539 gifts totaling over $4 million. 
  • 05/05/2015
  • Posted by Kathy Muse

Join us this Friday at our Outdoor Wetland Education Center

Please join us as we celebrate the completion of the CSED Outdoor Wetland Education Center this Friday, May 8, 11:45 a.m., at Caffin & Florida Avenues. Tulane City Center students made it happen and will be on hand to share their incredible design/build process.

Check out the planting plan and building scheme. 

See photos of the design/build!

  • 05/04/2015
  • Posted by Kathy Muse

GiveNOLA Day - Tomorrow May 5th - Thank you for supporting the Lower 9th Ward CSED!!

Please support the CSED - Donate online starting at midnight tonight!

GiveNOLA Photo