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  • 11/20/2015
  • Posted by Kathy Muse

CSED Newsletter November 20, 2015

CSED begins season of thanks with Labyrinth Reflections
Join us Saturday, November 21, 10 a.m. - 11 a.m., for Labyrinth Reflections, the perfect time to gather, reflect and meditate together around our Labyrinth of Love. The event takes place at 5620 Florida at Caffin Ave.  We look forward to seeing you there. 
CSED presents Festival of Light and Water

Join us this Sunday, Nov. 22, for two special events that will focus on our relationship with water. 

CSED and Army Stelly will eliminate Bayou Bienvenue with the Festival of Light and Water, 5:15 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Just before this event, GNO Water Collaborative and Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies will feature acupuncture and a Red Tent Story Circle at their Healing Waters event, 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. 

Both events will take place at 5620 Florida Ave.  
All Souls Gumbo Gala fundraiser tonight

Join All Souls at their 3rd annual Soul-A-Bration Gumbo Gala Fundraiser to benefit their after-school program. The event will take place Friday, Nov. 20,  6 p.m. - 9 p.m. at All Souls Episcopal Church & Community Center, 5500 St. Claude Ave. The suggested donation for the evening is $25 and the master of ceremony for the event will be WWL-TV's Laura Buchtel. 

The evening will feature a silent auction, live music, complimentary drinks and food and a "Gumbo Cook-Off" competition.  

For more information, contact Reverend Edward Thompson or Carolina Gallop at (504) 218-8995.
Support Running Bear boxing club

This Saturday, Nov. 21,the Lower 9th Ward Running Bear Boxing Club will host its first boxing match since Hurricane Katrina. The match will take place in the Sanchez Center, 1616 Caffin Ave., at 3 p.m. 

Please support them by attending the event and donating to their GoFund me page. They are in need of repairs to their ring, new gloves, protective gear and shoes.

Make groceries at Sankofa FRESH Stop Market this Thanksgiving
FRESH Stop Market will be open this Saturday, Nov. 21 at 5029 St Claude Ave, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. This week's specials include bell peppers, 3/$1, homegrown Louisiana satsumas, 3/$1, local sweet potatoes, 4/$1, extra large bunches of collards and mustard greens,  2/$3 and Louisiana wild caught shrimp, $3.50/pound. 
Also, Xavier University Health and Wellness Center and Wal-Mart Pharmacy will be a the market offering health screenings and flu shots. 
Now hiring: Foundation for Louisiana
Foundation for Louisiana is now hiring a Coastal Resiliency Program Officer.

All Souls in the news
A special news story in "The Advocate" recently highlighted the after-school program at All Souls Episcopal Church and Community Center.

3 winning ideas and open applications to launch yours
Foundation for Louisiana is now hiring a Coastal Resiliency Program Officer.
In This Issue
We've moved!

Stop by our new office at 
5227 Chartres Street.
CSED volunteer spotlight

Patricia Thomas and her husband Scott Atthowe volunteered with Steve Gonzales to help homeowner Ms. Mary Jones. 
Upcoming community events 
Holladay Market 
shopping extravaganza
Saturday, Nov. 21
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
1123 Lamanche St. 
Tekrema Super Class
Saturday, Nov. 21
(and every Saturday) 
12 noon
The Sanchez Center  
1616 Caffin Ave.  
Trees and Stormwater Management Workshop
Saturday, Nov. 21,
3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Common Ground Relief Tree Farm
1515 Jourdan Ave. 
Central Missionary Baptist Church Career Empowerment Seminar
Monday, Nov. 23,
10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
1438 Alabo St.
Tekrema Dance Forever! Workshop Series
Monday, Nov. 23
7 p.m.
Sanchez Center
1616 Caffin Ave, 
PoEATry event 
Monday, Nov. 30,
7 p.m.
Cafe Dauphine
5229 Dauphine St.
Neighborhood Participation Program Special Public Hearing
Tuesday, Dec. 8
5 p.m. 
City Council Chambers
City Hall - Room 1E07) 
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



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