Page 1

In This Issue

West Feliciana Agrees to Sell Land ..................... 1 Feliciana’s Best Creameries............................... 1 Community........................................................... 3 Business .............................................................. 5 Milestones............................................................ 6 Classifieds............................................................ 7





Proud to be the Felicianas' only locally owned, managed, and staffed newspaper.

Feliciana Explorer • Tuesday, May 7, 2013 • Vol. 3, No. 19 • Published Weekly • Circulation 17,000 • • © 2013

West Feliciana Agrees to Sell Land for Updated Hospital Campus The West Feliciana Police Jury has finally agreed to acceptable terms under which the Parish will agree to sell over seven acres of land to West Feliciana Parish Hospital for a new major expansion of the Hospital for outpatient care. Now the West Feliciana Parish Hospital’s board of commissioners must ascertain the suitability of the parish-owned property as a location for a new health care facility focusing on outpatient care. The two entities have been negotiating since April 2012. Under the proposed purchase agreement by the Police Jury, the hospital board will purchase 7.26 acres from a total tract of 14.38 acres for $770,000. The purchase agreement also calls for the hospital board to assist the jury in removing the playground equipment and ballpark light poles to other locations. Hospital Administrator Lee Chastant is optimistic that the Hospital Commissioners will approve the

purchase either at their next meeting on May 16, or at an earlier special meeting. The West Feliciana Parish Police Jury and West Feliciana Parish Hospital (WFPH) initially agreed to a Letter of Intent at a November police jury meeting, detailing the price and terms under which the hospital will purchase the seven acres of land currently owned by the police jury. The two public entities have been in negotiation about the sale of the acreage since April of this year when the hospital board initially approached the police jury about acquiring the land as a site to build a new 40,000–50,000 s.f. hospital. The current facility is 45 years old and, according to Board Chairman Leonard Sullivan, would have needed very expensive renovations to accommodate the provision of advanced procedures and specialty services. Originally WFPH Administrative Director Lee Chastant explained at a public meeting in

October that the new facility was expected to cost somewhere between $17 and $22 million. However now the focus will be on more outpatient services, and new technology according to Chastant. Chastant anticipates that it will take about a year to complete the

architectural drawings and environmental studies and get the approvals required to build the new state of the art hospital and outpatient facilities. Construction should begin in 2014 with and anticipated new hospital facility being available in 2015 or early 2016.

Feliciana’s Best Creameries: A Fresh Treasure of Milk with the Taste of Yesteryear By James Ronald Skains

There are apparently ten keys to the milk business; pasteurization, homogenization, temperature, freshness, hormones and antibiotics, feed, calving cycle, genetics, and marketing. The pasteurization of milk is the process in which milk is placed at a high temperature for a certain length of time to kill any impurities. “Our milk is pasteurized, but in a very different manner than the large milk processors use,’’ Mike Brian, who along with his family members operate Feliciana Creameries, pointed out. “We bring our milk up to 145 degrees and leave it there for 30 minutes.’’ “In comparison, the large milk processors use a flash heating system whereby they heat the milk up

to 170 degrees and hold it there for 17 seconds,’’ Brian elaborated on the different Pasteurization methods. Homogenization of milk is the process of putting the milk under pressure to blow apart the fat molecules in the milk. Whole milk has 3.25% fat content, low fat has 2% and skim milk has 1%. “We don’t homogenize our milk but leave the cream in the milk to give it a much richer taste which is what our customers are looking for,’’ Brian, who has a degree in Dairy Science from LSU, pointed out. Mike’s mom and dad, Vernon and Jeanette, started the dairy operation in 1964, so Mike grew up on the farm with about 200 to 300 See BEST MILK on page 2

The Brian Family, (left to right): Vernon, Jeanette, Brady, Maggie, Pattie and Mike


Tuesday, May 7, 2013

BEst Milk


continued from page 1

EXPLORER 4104 Main Street Zachary, LA 70791

Phone (225) 654-0122 Fax (225) 208-1165 Email stories and photos to Published Tuesdays 52 weeks a year Publisher & Editor Daniel Duggan Associate Publisher Theresa Dold Payment Graphic Designer Tina Adams Account Executive Georgiana Walls Contributing Writer James Ronald Skains Summer Party Intern Calla Duggan Bicycle Daredevil Chandler Duggan L’il Red Cecelia Duggan Stinging Caterpillar Defender Colton Duggan Involved New Neighbor Ian Gore Deadline for news and advertising: Wednesday, 5 P.M. Call for advertising rates.

Letters to the Editor are un-edited submissions to the Feliciana Explorer newspaper. Letters to the Editor may be submitted for publication at info@felicianaexplorer. com. Submissions will be printed in the next issue of the Explorer, space allowing. Deadline for submission is by 5 p.m. the Friday before Tuesday publication. No anonymous letters will be accepted.

hundred head of dairy cows at any one time. In 1982, Mike Brian began his studies in Diary Science at LSU, graduating in 1984. “Early on in life, I realized that I wanted to be a dairyman,’’ Brian said. “I remember taking a Dairy Products tasting class at LSU which gave us a chance to see the results of the finished product from a different prospective,’’ Brian recalled. “However, the key to the dairy business for the owner is in the genetics and breeding of the cows.’’ “All of our cows are bred through artificial insemination,’’ Brian related. “This way we are able to improve the quality of our cows, our milk, and the quantity produced, all in an ongoing herd improvement cycle.’’ “We pasture all our cows 365 days a year,’’ Brian acknowledged. “According to some people, primarily grass fed dairy cattle produce milk with higher beta-carotene content. We do not use growth hormones or antibiotics to stimulate either growth or milk production.’’ “We like to keep our cows on about a 14 month cycle,’’ Brian added. “Typically a milk cow will produce a good quantity of milk for about 8 years, and then we send them to the sale barn at about 10 years of age. We don’t start our cows to calving until they are at least two years old, then we dry our cows up for a 60 day vacation and let them roam our 150 acres of pasture land.’’ “I like to spread my calving out throughout the year in comparison to most large dairies who like the majority of their calves to come in the fall of the year,’’ Brian related.

“We take the bull calves to the sale barn and evaluate the potential of the milk cows. Since we breed our producing cows to such good bulls around the country, we like to grow our herd internally. Sometimes we get a great looking bull calf with all the right genetics and we may sell him to another Dairyman to service their herd.’’ Five years ago, the Brian Dairy was milking 300 head of cows. However, continuing to produce milk in large quantities and selling it to the Dairy Co-op was proving to be not financially feasible. In June 2009, Brian shut down the dairy and re-evaluated his operation. “It was at that point, we decided to put in our own pasteurization process and bottling operation. We decided to market our milk to local grocery stores and build up a loyal clientele.’’ Feliciana Creameries products can be found each Saturday at the Red Stick Farmers Market in downtown Baton Rouge. Usually, son Brady, daughter Maggie, and wife Patti are working the booth with Brian. The Feliciana Creameries brand of milk can also be purchased at LeBlanc’s Grocery store in Zachary, at both Supermarkets in St. Francisville, Carter’s Supermarket in Denham Springs, Trabona’s in Clinton, Southside Produce on Perkins and a

few other smaller outlets in the Feliciana and Baton Rouge area. Also, the milk, including chocolate can be purchased at the dairy, which is off Cook Road, which turns off the Pride/ Port Hudson Road. The Brian’s have an honor system. If they are not at the dairy, then the customer can open the cooler, take out what milk they want and leave the appropriate amount in the cash box. “Our process facilities are inspected at least once a month by the State,’’ Brian pointed out. “We always emphasis how fresh our milk is. Sometimes for the Red Stick Farmers market on Saturday, we will be bottling milk that was walking around in the pasture before milking time on Friday.’’ Most people do not realize that over half the milk consumed in Louisiana comes from out of state. Huge dairy operations in West Texas and New Mexico market their milk to Louisiana processors. That means that the milk from out of state may be three or more days old when it reaches the consumer. In transporting milk, it must remain below 42 degrees at all times or the milk has to be sent to a cheese factory. Feliciana Creameries keeps its milk at about 35 degrees after it is processed until it reaches the consumer within only a couple of days.

Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny

Yellow Polk-a-Dot


Feliciana Cosmetic & Laser Therapy

683-3358 • 11315 Liberty Street, Clinton (located in Dr. Dejohn’s office)

Wondering if Dry’s Healthmart Pharmacy takes YOUR Insurance card? The answer is...



With THE SAME CO-PAYS why would you want to go stand in line & be treated poorly? Dry’s Healthmart Pharmacy accepts ALL insurance plans, no matter what it may say on your new insurance card! Dry’s Healthmart is located in the heart of Zachary with access from Church Street or Main Street! Dry’s carries a full line of diabetic supplies, vitamins, home-health equipment & specialty gifts! Come in today & you decide who has the BEST SERVICE in town.

4344 Church Street, Zachary, LA ~ Mon - Fri 8:30 until 6:30, Sat 9 until 4

Drive Thru, Free Delivery Always a Friendly Smile



Tuesday, May 7, 2013


Area Pastor Has a Cross to Bear to Save our Children

Rev. Bobby Bennett, the assistant pastor at Roseland Praise & Worship Center in Roseland, La., recently completed his 2nd annual Carrying of the Cross to Save our Children. The cross weighs 150 lbs and he carried it 10 miles. Sponsors from across the state supported Bennett.

Welcomes the newest member of our sales team

Jessie Gray

“Back in town and ready to put you in a new car today!” 4303 Highway • 19 Zachary, LA

225-654-2611 • 4303 Hwy. 19, Zachary •


Be sure you have the starting power you need. Visually inspect and test battery using Rotunda Micro-490 tester. Hybrid battery test excluded. See Service Advisor for details. Offer valid with coupon. Expires 05/31/2013.


Prolongs tire life and promotes peace of mind. Inspect brake friction material, caliper operation, rotors or drums, hoses and connections. Inspect parking brake for damage and proper operation. Rotate and inspect four tires. Dual-rear-wheel vehicles extra. Taxes extra. See Service Advisor for details. Offer valid with coupon. Expires 05/31/2013.

$19.95 HAVE YOUR VEHICLE’S FRONT END INSPECTED. We’ll check for performance and peace of mind. Front-wheel-drive vehicles. Check CV drive axle boots for tears, splits and cracks. Road-test vehicle to check for clicking noises, shudder or vibration. Taxes extra. See Service Advisor for details. Offer valid with coupon. Expires 05/31/2013.

Come by and apply TODAY at Superior Ford in Zachary! BENEFITS TO CUSTOMERS A Simple Application Process:

Instant in-store credit and credit line information available (subject to credit approval) in order to help in the purchasing decision.

No Interest Financing Options:

Customers can finance their service for 6 Months No Interest (with $199 minimum purchase) or 12 Months No Interest (with $499 minimum purchase), allowing them to safely maintain their vehicle without hitting their bank account all at once.

Special Rebates For Ford Credit Card Holders:

Designed to save customers money when using their cad and keeping them feeling like a valued “preferred” customer.


Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Business Lane Behavioral Health Services Welcomes Thomas Erwin, LCSW Lane Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce that Thomas Erwin, LCSW, has been named LCSW supervisor for Behavioral Health Services in Zachary and Baker. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and will be responsible for assisting in the development of expanding behavioral health services, specifically with the opening of the Partial Hospitalization Program. Lane Behavioral Health Services offers outpatient treatment for adults experiencing life-altering emotional crises, such as depression, anxiety, panic, stress, fear and other personal disorders. This active treatment program teaches powerful and practical ways to respond to any type of traumatic life event, behavioral difficulty or emotional distress, especially major events due to the loss of a job, health or relationship. With a Masters of Social Work from Louisiana State University,

Erwin has more than 16 years of education, medical and psychiatric clinical social work experience with children, adolescents, adults and families in both inpatient and outpatient settings. A life-long resident of West Feliciana Parish, Erwin is an active member of the National Association of Social Workers with certifications in School Social Work – National certification and Gerontological Social Work.

Bankston Steps Down as Chairman of Bank of Zachary after 17 Year Stint

Russell Bankston has stepped down from his position as Chairman of the Board of Bank of Zachary and its holding company Zachary Bancshares, Inc., a position he has held for the past seventeen years. Rodney S. (Sam) Johnson was elected Chairman at a meeting of the Board of Directors held April 18. A retired attorney and former City Judge, Mr. Bankston was first elected to the Bank of Zachary Board of Directors in January, 1971. He succeeded Leonard Aguillard as Chairman in April, 1996. Mr. Bankston will remain as a member of the Board, and serve as vice Chairman. Mr. Johnson, a Zachary-based State Farm agent, was first elected to the Board in October, 1991.

Johnson (left) with Bankston

He has served as Vice Chairman since 1996. “Our bank is fortunate to have community leaders like Russell and Sam as members of our Board,” said Bank of Zachary President Preston L. Kennedy. “They are fully committed to our mission of meeting the financial needs of our community”.

CHARLES E. GRIFFIN, II Attorney at Law and Notary Public

Is pleased to announce the relocation of his office Beginning April 1, 2013, to: 5681 Commerce Street, Suite A St. Francisville, Louisiana 70775 (Across the Street from the Bank of St. Francisville) Phone: (225) 635-6890 or (225) 635-6891 Over 32 Years Legal Experience in: Divorce, Child Custody, Community Property, Support, Real Estate Closings, Property Litigation, Wills and Successions, Criminal Law, Auto Accidents Licensed in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas


Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Keep East Feliciana Beautiful Committee honors the work of individuals each month who have demonstrated a commitment to community improvement by cleaning up their neighborhood. At their April 5th meeting which was held at the Police Jury Office the award was presented to Joe Sadaqat. The KEFB Committee has been very pleased with the beautification project that Sadaqat has done around the Clinton Main Street Market/ Valero. Sadaqat is the manager of the business and he has taken the responsibility to make sure his corner of Clinton is clean and beautiful. Everyone that passes Valeros notices his landscaping project of palms trees and flowers. left: Pictured are Joe Sadaqat and Bill Wiggins


Troop 60 Holds Court of Honor

Pictured left to right: Michael Kraemer, Ethan P. O’Brien, Andrew Peterson, Shelby DeMoss and Ryan Moore

Troop 60 held a Court of Honor on Tuesday, April 23 at Clinton United Methodist Church. Opening the Court of Honor was newly elected Scoutmaster E.J. Moore. During the ceremony, Charter Organization Representative Billy DeMoss installed the new Troop committee and charged them with the task of helping the boys and troop become the best it could be. Also installed during the ceremony were the two new

patrol leaders, Ryan Moore and Michael Kraemer. Several of the boys also earned Merit Badges. Shelby DeMoss earned Rifle, Woodworking, and Emergency Prep, Ethan O’Brian, Chandler Adams, Ethan P. O’Brien and Andrew Peterson all earned Woodworking. Troop 60 parents and Committee congratulate the new Scoutmaster and want to thank the past Scoutmaster, Jeff Gardner for his years of service, as well as the boys of Troop 60.

Call 654-0122 to advertise your business

in 33,000 papers a week IN ZACHARY & THE FELICIANAS


Tuesday, May 7, 2013


Bond, James Edward “Edd” “Come all ye who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28 Bond, James Edward “Edd”, born January 4, 1920, in Richton, Mississippi, passed away at his home in Denham Springs, surrounded by family on Sunday, April 28, 2013. He was retired from Greyhound Bus Lines, having worked as a ticket agent and supervisor for over 40 years. After retirement, he spent many happy days working at his sister’s grocery store, Penny’s Sunflower, in Clinton, Louisiana. He was a United States Navy veteran, having served his country during World War II. He was treasurer and elder of the Baker Christian Church. He was an avid gardener. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Dorothy Wallace Bond, Five daughters and sons in law, Sandra and Sammy Territo, Paula and Prentiss Stevens, Elizabeth and Kenny Downey, Theresa and Eric Grimmer, and Connie Bond and a son, Robert Bond. He is survived also by eleven grandchildren, Jodie Melancon, Bubba Territo, Ashley Grady, Ronn Self, Jennifer

Births • Engagements • Weddings • Awards Obituaries • Anniversaries • Reunions

Stevens, Benjamin Stevens, Jared Stevens, Amy Pulliam, Matthew Walsh, Eric Grimmer II and Audie James Grimmer and seven great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Onnie Holman Bond, a brother, Henry R. Bond, Jr., and three sisters, Barronece Pendarvis, Mabel Whitt and Dorris Gee. Visiting will be held at Charlet Funeral Home, Inc., Clinton on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 from 9:00 am until service time at 11:00 am conducted by Rev. Todd Whirley. Interment will be at Masonic Cemetery, Clinton, LA. Pallbearers will be Sammy Territo, Prentiss Stevens, Eric Grimmer, Russ de Blieux, Matthew Walsh and Mike Souter. Honorary pallbearers are Kenny Downey and Eric Grimmer II. The family wishes to thank Dr. Stephen Speeg, Dr. Tom Meek and Hospice Compassus for their compassion and care. A special thanks to Mike Souter, nephew, for his unending support of his uncle, and to Brandi Comeaux, his devoted caregiver. Share sympathies, condolences and memories at www.

Beau Blue Baker

In the family tree, there’s a tiny leaf, a new baby boy, That’s beyond belief! We waited 14 years for our little miracle to arrive, and then he came all in God’s perfect timing. Born a month early on September 4, 2012 at Woman’s Hospital. 5lbs 15oz. Proud parents are Dustin and Felicia Baker from Central. Spoiling Grandparents are Sandra Dale and Blue and Betty Baker all from Clinton.


A Senior Living Community Providing Independent/Assisted & Memory Impaired Care Serving the Zachary community for over 14 yearS!

“ I receive excellent care from management staff all the way to the kitchen staff. It is a wonderful place to live, lots of extra activities and all facilities are kept nice, clean and in excellent condition.” ~Gene Holdman, 7 Year Resident Located behind Lane RegionaL MedicaL centeR VeteRans May QuaLify foR financiaL assistance

4400 McHugh Road, Zachary, (225) 658-8888 •

Tuesday, May 7, 2013



Art Lessons Made Easy with Betty Miller (LIMIT ONE PER PERSON; MUST PRESENT AD)

225-654-9900 225-301-2908

ART & FRAMING 225-658-1788 •

Shadow boxes & framing for all of life’s Souvenirs. 4532 E. Central Ave. • Zachary

Garrett’s Lawn Care quality, dependable lawn care & maintenance

Kevin Garrett Owner/Operator



Lloyd’s Home Maintenance & Repair No Job too Small! Call 225-936-7652


Attic insulation installed starting at 25 cents per foot**!! Attic tents installed for $129 each with insulation purchase !! Free home insulation evaluation!

New Roads • 225-638-9500

(or see Remi at Zachary Lumber and Hardware)


BZ Mowing Edging

Lawn Service, LLC

Blowing Yard Clean-Up

Weed Control Fertilize

Call Ben Zachary (225)241-8062 “ LIFETIME GUARANTEED REPAIRS”

19511 PLANK ROAD ZACHARY p 225-658-1493 • f 225-658-1495

Custom Drapes “We come to you, FREE estimates”

Custom Drapes & Upholstery


225-936-8649 Credit cards accepted


Frank Landry, IV

All Breeds Dog Boarding Obedience & Retriever Training • 225-445-5012



5568 Main St., Ste. D Zachary, LA 70791 Office: (225) 654-0706 Auto - Home - Health - Business

Junior’s Furniture Service, LLC Upholstery, Custom Built Ottomans and Headboards Ultra Shield • Antique Restoration •RV’s Commercial & Residential • Eco Friendly Fabrics

225-654-3949 “God is first in all we do”

Health & Fitness


Call in or send us your Classified Ad Only $10 Up to 20 words

Phone 225-654-0122 or email

Looking for a fun and rewarding job? Personal Care Attendant needed for an individual with a Developmental Disability in the Zachary area. Call 225-216-1199 for more information or apply in person at St. John the Baptist Human Services 622 Shadows Lane Suite A Baton Rouge, LA 70806. FOR SALE: Emerson 19” Box TVexcellent condition. Call Betty @ 225-978-4276 or 570-2781 for more information. Hair Stylists needed! Fantast ic Sams is hiring! Call jimmy at 235-2471 Or email for more information on a becoming part of the Zachary & Central team. Horse stalls for rent, full boarding with turn out and pasture - Zachary area. 504-439-3399 **New Terminal Opening** Looking for Regional Company Drivers in your Area! $500 Sign On Bonus. Out and Back Runs, Great Home Time, Requirements: 18 months Tractor Trailer experience, CDL-A with Tanker and Hazmat. Highway Transport Offers: Paid Orientation, Excellent Benefits, TWIC Assistance Available. SAFETY FOCUSED QUALITY DRIVEN, “Our CSA rating reflects our commitment” EOE/M/F/V/D Apply Online Now! Call 800-800-5856 #4 Medical Assistant needed for Clinton area clinic. Please fax resume to 225683-3350. 2001 Chevrolet Extra Cab. Indigo Blue, $6888 OBO!!! NiceON TIME MOTORS Call 225-775-0477. 2006 F250 FX4 Leather, 5th wheel attachments! ON TIME MOTORS Call 225-775-0477. 2006 F150 4x4, 4 Door, XLT, call for an appointment!ON TIME MOTORS Call 225-775-0477.

2003 F250 Low Miles! Great work truck! $7995 OBO. ON TIME MOTORS Call 225-775-0477. 2002 Ford Ranger Edge, low miles, and automatic transmission. $ 7325 OBO. ON TIME MOTORS Call 225775-0477. READY TO BUILD YOUR CUSTOM HOME? FOR SALE! Last Lot available in restricted Wicker Place Subdivision. 2 Acres on Redwood Creek in the City of Zachary. This small, restricted subdivision is the perfect place to build. Owner Ready to sell! All offers will be considered. Asking $89,000 - reduced from $99,000. Call Amanda at Amanda Beard Realty 225439-4654. www.amandabeardrealty. com Help Wanted! Part time Office/Admin Assistant.$10-12.00 hour depending on experience.Computer Knowledge, detail oriented with friendly attitude, ambitious, Willing to learn all aspects of a Transport Terminal Operation Email: Lenny.Verbois@martinmlp. com Help Wanted! Experienced caregiver is needed to provide personal care and supervision for a Zachary resident. Call 225-928-2977 for more info. Help Wanted! Looking to fill a cooking position for 25-50 people M-F. Must like kids ages 9-18. Call for an interview. 225-938-1498. Help Wanted! Inside Hardware/ Lumber Sales person Needed ASAP! Salary DOE. Retirement Package AvailableApply at Fontaine Lumber in New Roads (225)638-8537 OR (225)6387614

Call in or send us your Classified Ad Only $10 Up to 20 words

Phone 225-654-0122 or email


Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Events in the Felicianas pARTty At Your Place Ribbon Cutting Party May 7, 4-7 p.m. This will be a pARTy in a party as pARTy at Your Place celebrates changes in their business Browse paintings or paint on your own stain glass fleur de lis on canvas. Refreshments and drinks will be served but you can bring your favorite adult beverage; ice and cups will be provided. Cost to paint a pre-drawn 16x20 canvas is $25. Registration is required due to limited spots and will take place at the Zachary Chamber of Commerce located at 4633 Main St. For more information, call 225-2883772. Patrick’s Jewelry Mignon Faget Trunk Show May 9, 3-8 p.m. Enjoy a pleasant and fun evening wine, lite bites, laughter and gorgeous jewelry during the exclusive Mignon Faget Trunk Show Thursday. This great mother/daughter outing will give you the opportunity to register for their Mother’s Day Giveaway, view the entire collection and receive 10% off of MF jewelry—not to mention, make a wish list for your family. Patrick’s Jewelry is located on U.S. 61 in St. Francisville. For more information, call 225-635-4614. Mother’s Day at BR Zoo May 12, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Celebrate mom this Mother’s Day at

BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo. Thanks to the generosity of Billy Heroman’s, the first 100 moms to enter the zoo will receive a free flower in addition to the special mom-and-me-themed Safari Amphitheater programs. Visitors can also make crafts for mom. Regular admission applies. For more information, visit Blood Drive At Lane Regional Medical Center May 17, 7 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. United Blood Services will hold a blood drive at Lane Regional Medical Center on Friday, May 17, from 7 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. The blood drive is open to the public and registration is not required. However, donors are encouraged to sign up online atwww. Enter sponsor code: LaneRegional. United Blood Services is the sole provider of blood to Lane Regional Medical Center. WFP Library Book Signing and Pet Adoption May 18, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Join the WFP library for a book signing with Nell Dickerson, author of Porch Dogs or adopt a pet with pets through the West Feliciana Animal Humane Society­ —both at the WFP Library located at 11865 Ferdinand St. in St. Francisville. The event is sponsored by Friends of the WFP Library and the WF Animal Humane Society. For more information, call 225-635-3364 or visit

There’s something to do every day in the Felicianas. From choir performances and rodeos to Main Street markets and special library programming for children, this area is rich in cultural and social activities. If you have an event you would like the public to know about, send and email to Space allowing, your event will be included for free in the Event Calendar section.



Stay on TRACK this year with a NEW YOU and a NEW LIFE!

Your Last Diet! Private Consultations. One-on-One Personal Attention. Private Weekly Weigh-ins. ADULT PRIMARY CARE & INTERNAL MEDICINE Joey Bonin NP-C, APRN-BC

Accepting New Patients Appointments available when you need them! Hours : 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

4727 West Park Dr., Ste. B • Zachary • 225-570-2010

Feliciana Explorer May 7  

May 7, 2013 • Vol. 3, No. 19

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you