Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Hogs for the Cause and Ben
~In November of 2008, 4 year old Ben was diagnosed with DIPG, an incurable killer. After meeting Ben and seeing his love of life in the face of such terrible circumstances, Becker and Rene decided to focus the first Hogs For The Cause on raising money to help Ben and his family. That first year was a success and Ben continued to battle DIPG, all the while with a smile and more often a joke. Tragically, Ben lost his battle a week before Hogs for the Cause 2010. Ben’s story only solidified Becker and Rene’s desire to do whatever they could to help families who are struggling with the financial burdens of taking care of a child with brain cancer.
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Sean Payton talks contract extension --for himself!~WWL

Metro New Orleans area community meetings for Tuesday, March 22
~HERO CANAL CLOSURE MEETING~Thursday, 6 p.m. open house and 6:30 p.m. presentation, at St. Paul's Benevolent Association Hall, 128 E. St. Peter St., Oakville. The Army Corps of Engineers will explain plans to temporarily close the easternmost part of Hero Canal in Plaquemines Parish as part of a levee tie-in project.~Also~Corps dredge suit judgment upheld~Dredging News

More oil washes up on Grand Isle
~Daily Comet

Worker notes delayed health effects from oil leak~Amy Wold

And now, a word from our sponsors… Crossroads Anthem Version
~Disenfranchised Citizen

Gotta be the full moon – the howlin’ and jowlin’ “media narrative” about the dismissal of the Farese bar complaint filed by Zach Scruggs ~slabbed

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