|LPCA Night with the Pelicans!
Tuesday, March 17th
The Louisiana Peace Corps Association invites you to come cheer on our Pelicans as they take on the Milwaukee Bucks on St. Patty’s Day: Tuesday, March 17th!
We are renting out The Roost at the Smoothie King Center, a private area overlooking the arena, to watch the game together, and putting a keg in it! We can fit up to 50 people in the space, so please pass the invitation along to any RPCVs you know in the area, and bring your friends and family! The more the merrier! Doors open at 5:30, game starts at 7. $20.75/ head includes your ticket and unlimited access to the keg during the game. Please click the button below to access the LPCA PayPal page and reserve your spot!
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If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Mae, LPCA Social Chair via email (email@example.com) or cell (504.657.9126).
Come join us at the enchanting Uptown Columns Hotel for our quarterly Board Meeting!
Located at 3811 St. Charles Avenue, the Columns provides a wonderful backdrop for us to set the next months’ activities under the leadership of President Ryan Tascar, including:
-when/where to hold the monthly Happy Hour
-upcoming Service & Social Events including the Pelicans NBA basketball game gathering on St. Patrick’s Day
-look back on the Nyx Parade march, Feeding at the Mission, Ethnic Dinner held at Nirvana, meeting with NPCA President in the French Quarter
T’is with gratitude and sadness that we wish Shannon French, VP-Social and Matt Ricardo, Treasurer, a fond farewell from their years of Service to the La. PC Association. The Association is in a much better place to reach out and connect Volunteers due to their diligence and active leadership. May future Boards learn from your example and humbly follow in your footsteps.
10 faithful Louisiana RPCVs showed up for work–New Orleans festival style. In support of the Society for the Prevention of the Cruelty to Animals, almost $200,000 were raised at the annual “New Orleans On-Tap” in the lush City Park.
Thanks to all of our LPCA/RPCV/MI friends who joined the Bogue Chitto State Park camping trip in early October! Such a gorgeous float down the river with our PC network including a dozen MI students and some LPCA past and present Board Members—keeping the link alive (kinda like we tried to do with the canooz during those rough currents!)
Putting on a quarterly “Ethnic Night Out” brings LPCVs together to share in the wonderfully diverse foods of our Service–and New Orleans!