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MESSAGE FROM BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIR On behalf of the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Board of Directors, I want to thank each of you for the role you played this past year in helping the Center strengthen its standing as the leading cancer care organization in Louisiana. We serve the needs of more cancer patients than any other organization in our state, offering patients the most advanced continuum of cancer care practiced today—from unrivaled prevention and early detection services to treatment through multidisciplinary cancer care teams and continuing with life-long surveillance. TOM J. MEEK, JR., MD

And thanks to your continued support, we will further advance our leadership position, allowing us to expand our mission and serve even more people with increasingly innovative and comprehensive cancer care services in the coming year.

2 014 – 2015 M A RY BIRD PERKIN S C AN C E R C E N T E R B O AR D O F DIR E C T O R S Tom J. Meek, Jr., MD | Chair The Dermatology Clinic

John C. Boyce Jones Walker (retired)

Eric Lane Gerry Lane Enterprises

Brett P. Furr | Vice Chair Taylor Porter, Attorneys at Law

Dudley W. Coates Legg Mason (retired)

Bill O’Quin Financial Services Online

Thomas J. Adamek | Secretary/Treasurer Stonehenge Capital Company, LLC

Art E. Favre Performance Contractors, Inc.

John F. Smith Consultant

Gerald T. Goss Goss Wealth Management, LLC

Erich Sternberg Starmount Life Insurance Company

Alíce Greer Community Volunteer

Paul R. Thompson Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

G. Lee Griffin Chase (retired) LSU Foundation (retired)

David A. Winkler Faulk & Winkler, LLC

Donna M. Saurage | Immediate Past Chair Community Volunteer Charles G. Wood, MD Medical Director Southeast Louisiana Radiation Oncology Group Todd D. Stevens President and CEO Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Laurie Aronson Lipsey’s Inc.

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Janice Guitreau Community Volunteer Cordell H. Haymon SGS Petroleum Service Corporation

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MESSAGE FROM F O U N D AT I O N B O A R D C H A I R It is hard to imagine a more worthy cause than fighting the disease for which Louisiana has one of the highest mortality rates in the country. Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Foundation works year-round to build a long-term endowment, ensuring people across the Gulf South will always benefit from leading-edge, comprehensive cancer care. The Foundation’s assets achieved significant growth this past year, with a year-end balance exceeding $11 million, thanks to the generosity of our donors. The Anna B. Lipsey Legacy Builders is a giving society composed GERALD T. GOSS

of donors who dedicate contributions to support an endowment built to transform cancer care today and sustain care for generations to come. With continued support, there are no limits to the number of lives that will be saved or the exceptional care that will impact cancer across Louisiana and the Gulf South.

2014 – 2015 FOU N DAT IO N B O AR D O F DIR E C T O R S Gerald T. Goss | Chair Goss Wealth Management, LLC

Blanchard Sanchez McArthur-Sanchez Associates

B. Michael Mauldin | Vice Chair Jones Walker

Todd D. Stevens Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center and Foundation

J. Gerard Jolly | Secretary/Treasurer KPMG, LLP (retired) Aza Bowlin Community Volunteer Richard A. Lipsey Lipsey’s, Inc. Gail O’Quin Community Volunteer

DIRECTORS EMERITI Louis D. Curet D’Amico and Curet (retired) G. Lee Griffin Chase (retired); LSU Foundation (retired)

To learn more about the importance of endowment and planned giving, visit marybird.planningyourlegacy.org, email development@marybird.com or call (225) 215-1224.

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MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT AND CEO It was not so long ago in 1971 when grim statistics fueled the United States declaring the “War on Cancer.� Today paints a different picture. Cancer mortality rates have decreased 20 percent. People are living longer and beating the disease, and survivorship is expected to rise by 30 percent within the next several years. Advancements in treatment have been remarkable. At Mary Bird Perkins, we are actively helping make this progress possible through our leadership, research and care delivery. Together, with likeminded partners, we are pushing forward in the fight against cancer. TODD D. STEVENS

In this report, you will read how the Center and its hospital partners provide innovative treatments and unparalleled collaborative cancer services. This includes our nationally-recognized efforts in cancer prevention and disease site-specific multidisciplinary care teams. Also, along with LSU Health Sciences Centers in New Orleans and Shreveport, Mary Bird Perkins was selected by the National Cancer Institutes to participate in a novel approach to clinical trial delivery. Through this culture of innovation, Mary Bird Perkins is attracting the best cancer minds in the country, from expert physicians and highly specialized scientists to forward-thinking leaders in supportive care and other disciplines. This translates into patients having access to the highest-quality cancer care in the communities where they live. That is what drives us: always putting the patient first. Whether through your time, talent or financial support, you are an essential part in helping to lessen the burden of cancer for many people, and we thank you for your continued contributions. It is humbling to recount all that has been accomplished together for the sake of cancer patients and their families, and I am confident the best is yet to come.

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IN COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CARE Thank you to our community of donors, businesses and foundations for coming together to support our mission by helping take the fight forward with: PR EV ENTI ON & EDU CATION Providing free tobacco cessation program and support for the Medical Physics Residency Program

EAR LY D ETECTION Reducing cancer mortality rates by detecting cancer in its earliest stages when there are increased chances for successful outcomes

TOTAL COMMUNITY

SUPPORT

TEAMWOR K

$6,819,011

Improving the quality of care delivered to patients

Support for fiscal year 2015 (July 2014 – June 2015):

through technology, navigation and multidisciplinary care

S URV I V ORSHIP Building a national model for survivorship and supportive care with the resources to educate caregivers on the most current and effective practices so patients not only survive, but thrive

I NNOVATI ON Advancing technology and facilities alongside the best oncology experts to provide the absolute highest standard of care for our patients

RES EARCH Providing access to groundbreaking clinical trials and translational research

PATI ENT ASSISTA N CE Removing barriers to treatment and care, including transportation assistance, nutritional supplements, medication and more

$3,939,829 COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTIONS

$1,721,772

GRANTS

$1,061,524

OTHER

REVENUE Tumor Registry and Clinical Research Contracts

$95,886

ENDOWMENT

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I N P R E V E N T I O N & E D U C AT I O N It’s no secret that using tobacco greatly increases a person’s cancer risk. And it can be scary for those who think they must face quitting alone. The Center’s tobacco cessation program, Geaux Free, is a proven

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PARTICIPANTS ACROSS ALL CENTERS

35.8% OF PARTICIPANTS

QUIT

SMOKING Compared to the national 25.5% QUIT RATE for highintensity and high-frequency tobacco cessation counseling Reference: CDC Clinical Practice Guidelines: Treating

method to help people break the habit and includes the comprehensive support needed to make a lasting change.

“It is widely accepted that people trying to quit using tobacco have a better chance of success if they have help,” Chrishelle Stipe, the Center’s certified tobacco treatment specialist, said. “We can provide the motivation and support as they work toward their goal of quitting.” The group counseling program helps participants prepare for quitting, learn how to manage withdrawal symptoms, identify triggers that create urges, learn new behaviors and skills to remain tobacco-free, and develop a support network.

Jennifer Mills-Foster, a 30-year pack-a-day smoker, said, “With the support of the group setting, I quit smoking before the end of the program.” In addition to group counseling, individual counseling is also offered by appointment. For more information or to register for free tobacco cessation services, visit marybird.org/quit.

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Chrishelle Stipe

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Richard Gideon

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I N E A R LY D E T E C T I O N Longtime smoker and Gonzales resident Richard Gideon was concerned about his risk for cancer, especially with a family history of the disease. After

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seeing an article in the newspaper announcing a new lung cancer screening offered in the area, Gideon said he knew he had to take advantage of the screening.

“It gave me peace of mind,” Gideon said. “I feel so much better knowing I’m okay for now, but should keep getting screened as directed.” A lung cancer screening is just one of the Center’s proven methods for catching cancer in its earliest stages. Mary Bird Perkins’ early detection program

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LUNG

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PROSTATE

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provides five additional types of cancer screenings, including breast, colorectal, oral, prostate and skin, free to Southeast Louisiana residents thanks to generous gifts by donors and grantors. Lung cancer screenings, which are non-invasive low-dose CT scans, are available for high-risk individuals at most locations: Baton Rouge, Covington, Gonzales and Houma. For more information, visit marybird.org/lung.

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Skin and Soft Tissue Cancer MDC Team

Mary Bird Perkins collaborates with like-minded organizations to enhance the delivery of cancer care throughout the region. CLINICAL AND RESEARCH PARTNERS

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“The skilled, compassionate staff and doctors and the beautiful new space made my treatment experience a positive and meaningful one.” – Jennifer LeBlanc, Cancer Survivor

NEWLY RENOVATED AND EXPANDED MA RY BI R D P ER KI N S – OUR L A D Y O F TH E L A K E C A N C E R C E N TE R


Mary Bird Perkins – Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient cancer care that is innovative in scope. As an expression of our commitment to quality and excellence and the ever-present desire for a future without cancer, we have renovated and expanded the Cancer Center and significantly grown our team for patients and their families. The recently completed construction project included modernizing building systems and expanding areas for additional and enhanced services as well as installing advanced cancer-fighting technology. While this transformation spans nearly every area of the Cancer Center, glimpses of the most visible patient and visitor areas are included on the following pages.


Coates Entry Pavilion & Atrium From the moment guests arrive at the Cancer Center, the aim is to provide a personal, premier experience. The expanded entrance named after community leaders Beverly and Dudley Coates includes separate drop-off and pick-up locations so patients can arrive and depart more easily. Providing guests with these kinds of comforts and conveniences was the driving force behind the creation of the new Guest Services Department, where team members help provide a healing, patient-focused environment. As guests enter through the light-filled Atrium, their eyes are drawn to the inspirational Meditation Art Wall.

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Lipsey Waiting Room

Radiation Oncology Clinic

Named for one of the Cancer Center’s founders

The new, expansive radiation oncology area

and longtime leadership volunteers Anna B.

for patient exams includes 12 exam rooms

Lipsey, this spacious and modern area affords

and four consultation rooms where patients

patients a comfortable place to relax while

meet with radiation oncologists.

waiting for radiation therapy.

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Radiation Oncology Treatment Area

Moran Imaging Center

The Elekta Versa HD is the latest, most

Imaging plays a key role in initial cancer

sophisticated radiation therapy cancer treatment

diagnosis, treatment planning and follow-up

system available. The Cancer Center is one of

care. Named after Thomas J. Moran, a grateful

the first in North America with Versa HD, which

donor moved by the expert care he received

offers highly targeted treatments 40-50 percent

as a patient, the 8,149-sq.-ft. Imaging Center

faster than other radiation therapy technologies

provides services that include CT, digital X-ray,

with an average treatment time of 5-10 minutes.

MRI, nuclear medicine, PET/CT and SPECT/

Other advanced treatment systems at the

CT. The Imaging Center will soon expand its

Center include TomoTherapy, Elekta Infinity

services to include fluoroscopy, mammography

and BrainLab Novalis.

and ultrasound imaging as well.


Curet Patient Registration and Adamek Overlook First-time patients register with a simple and convenient process. This private area is named after Jean Harvey Curet. Family members and caregivers waiting for patients are welcomed to relax in the quiet, comfortable Overlook area, named after Lisa and Tom Adamek & Family, which provides a bird’s-eye view of the Atrium. Those who are waiting will soon be able to grab a bite from the nearby snack corner.

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Meditation Room

Rathbone Physician Conference Room

Patients, family members and staff can visit the

The Bishop Ott Conference Center houses

Meditation Room for a quiet moment of reflection.

several meeting rooms, including the Rathbone

The view of the Meditation Art Wall is uniquely

Physician Conference Room. Named in honor

different from inside the room compared to the

of M.J. Rathbone Jr., MD, a longtime Mary Bird

view from the Atrium. Meditation is an important

Perkins board member and one of the Cancer

part of the Mind-Body Medicine approach,

Center’s founders, the space offers a high-

which uses the power of thought and emotion

tech collaborative environment for physician

to positively influence physical health.

multidisciplinary care teams. These specialized groups focus on some of the most complex and aggressive cancers, including colorectal, head and neck, lung and skin.


Riley-Billings Palliative

Head and Neck Cancer Services

and Supportive Care Clinic

A collaborative effort of Our Lady of the

Named after Barbara Riley and Ann Billings,

Lake and LSU, the fourth floor includes

mothers of Susan and Frederic Billings, the Riley-

the Head and Neck Center, Voice Center

Billings Palliative and Supportive Care Clinic is

and Facial Plastic Reconstructive Surgery

the only outpatient Oncology Supportive Care

Center, staffed by internationally recognized

Clinic in Louisiana. A service of Our Lady of the

physicians. Because head and neck cancers

Lake, this important resource provides convenient

are complex, each patient is evaluated to

access to many supportive services, such as pain

ensure the most personalized, comprehensive

and symptom management, psychosocial and

treatment plan is delivered.

emotional support, assistance with complicated decision-making and advance care planning.

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Louisiana Hematology Oncology Associates

Clinical Research

Waiting Room and Clinic

Oncology clinical trials test new ways to

The first feature visitors notice when entering the

prevent, detect, diagnose or treat cancer

Clinic is the light-filled waiting room, designed to

and are critical in furthering the future of

provide patients and their family members with

cancer care and survival rates. The Cancer

a comfortable place to relax before visiting with

Center participates in numerous national

their medical oncologists. The newly expanded

and international clinical trials, with each

clinic is led by Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group

patient assessed for clinical trials appropriate

medical oncologists and houses a state-of-the-art

to his/her situation.

medical oncology lab, equipped with the latest technology to ensure high quality and accuracy.


Gerry Lane Infusion Center The light-filled Infusion Center, named after the Gerry Lane Family, allows each patient to receive chemotherapy treatments in a relaxed, tranquil setting. This 14,000-sq.-ft. suite, a service of Our Lady of the Lake, includes three private infusion rooms and 52 semi-private infusion bays, each with its own television, personal headphones and Wi-Fi for mobile devices, tablets and laptops.

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Clinical Pharmacy The onsite Clinical Pharmacy, one of the most unique features of the Infusion Center, is staffed by Our Lady of the Lake team members. For safety and quality, digital systems are used to validate drug preparation with all processes documented in real time so nurses can be immediately informed when prescriptions are ready.


Healing Arts Program One of the final and special touches of the renovation and expansion was the installation of art throughout the Cancer Center. The artwork displayed was created by regional artists and selected based on its ability to inspire patients and other visitors as part of our Healing Arts program. The signature piece of the program is the Meditation Art Wall, created by local, renowned glass artist Stephen Wilson. This focal point of the facility greets guests with a collage of 174 individual panes of colored glass collected from around the world. The therapeutic potential of visual art to stimulate healing is well documented in research, and the elements of the Healing Arts program provide relief from the anxiety and pain of illness, offering hope to courageous patients and their loved ones. Healing Arts also complements our comprehensive treatment programs and includes a patient component where survivors participate in art projects to promote healing and well-being.

For more information, visit mbpolol.org/healingarts.


IN TEAMWORK Experts across the nation agree: Multidisciplinary care is the gold standard for treating cancer patients. From tumor board meetings where physicians review and discuss treatment options to specialized teams BATON ROUGE: Mary Bird Perkins – Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center COVINGTON: Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at St. Tammany Parish Hospital G ONZALES: Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at St. Elizabeth Hospital HAMMOND: Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center HOUMA: Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC

that focus on some of the most prevalent cancers affecting Gulf Coast residents, multidisciplinary care takes many shapes at the Center.

“Multidisciplinary care benefits all patients,” said John Lyons III, MD, chair of the Skin and Soft Tissue Cancer Multidisciplinary Care (MDC) Team at the Cancer Center in Baton Rouge. “The multidisciplinary care model places patients at the center of a diverse team of specialists, all who have a deep understanding of cancer and are devoted to sharing their expertise, focusing on patients’ individual needs.” “At the Cancer Center, I found renowned oncologists working with an exceptional team of patient navigators, therapists, nurses and support staff that wrapped their arms around me,” Joy Lonibos, cancer survivor, said. In addition to the four disease-specific MDC teams at the Baton Rouge location (colorectal, head and neck, lung and skin and soft tissue), the centers in Covington and Houma also have lung cancer MDC teams with experts specializing in screening and treatment for the disease. For more information on the multidisciplinary care offered at the Center, visit marybird.org/MDC.

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IN SURVIVORSHIP More Americans are surviving cancer than ever before due to advancements in cancer treatment and research. To help survivors lead healthy, active and fulfilling lives, the Center is expanding survivorship programs that address social, emotional and spiritual needs for the rapidly increasing number of cancer survivors. In addition to many supportive services, a tradition

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many survivors look forward to is ringing the

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celebration bell upon treatment completion.

“Ringing the survivor bell on the last day of treatment was not only a symbol of my victory against cancer, but a celebration of the excellent care and support I received along the way,” Phil Livingston, prostate cancer survivor, said. A few of the patient-focused survivorship programs include health and wellness coaching, yoga, mindbody medicine, pilates, water aerobics and pet therapy,

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going beyond my cancer treatment to also provide me with the extra services I needed,” Livingston said. Reference: Cancer Survivors in the United States: Prevalence Across the Survivorship Trajectory and Implications for Care; Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention

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I N I N N O VAT I O N Many innovative practices that have improved radiationbased imaging and treatment technology are a result of collaboration between the Center’s physicians and medical physicists. These scientists are finding new ways to use technology to enhance patient care. “Traditionally, medical physicists have practiced in academic settings, so as a community cancer center, employing a robust physics team is very special,” Jonas Fontenot, PhD, chief of physics at the Center, said.

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One of those innovative practices is the breath-hold technique, created to reduce the risk of damaging heart tissue during radiation treatment for left-side breast cancer patients. With this technique, patients hold their breath for 20 to 30 seconds while radiation is administered, moving the heart away from the chest wall and preventing scarring of vital tissue. Each breath hold must be precise and reproducible. Coaching a patient to control his/her breath in such a predictable way requires more time and effort from the physics team when compared to traditional radiation therapy.

“The six-week commute for two hours each day to the Cancer Center was worth protecting the health of my heart,” Martha Drago, breast cancer survivor, said. “The benefit of reducing my longterm cardiac risk greatly outweighs a little drive.” The Center’s physics team also influences cancer care around the world. Through a National Institutes of Health research grant, Fontenot, in collaboration with Mobius Medical Systems, is developing software that verifies the accuracy of radiation dosage delivery, increasing the safety and effectiveness of radiation treatment globally. For more information on the medical physics team, visit marybird.org/physics.

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IN RESEARCH Research is key to the future of cancer care. Clinical trials enhance standard cancer treatments, resulting in improved patient outcomes and survival rates.

“I am happy to participate in this ovarian cancer clinical trial because they might learn something that can help my children or grandchildren—not just me,” said Grace Anzalone, clinical trial participant and mother of two daughters. Through a National Cancer Institute Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) grant presented to LSU Health Sciences Centers in

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STUDY

New Orleans and Shreveport, in collaboration with Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, more advanced clinical trials will be offered to patients statewide. This effort is expected to reach about 80 percent of Louisiana residents, particularly minority populations, providing patients access to high-quality research studies closer to home. Also available are international clinical studies like the one in which Anzalone is enrolled. She makes a weekly trip to the Cancer Center in Covington, where she is participating in a global clinical study for advanced ovarian cancer. To learn more about clinical research offered at the Center, visit marybird.org/research.

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I N P AT I E N T A S S I S TA N C E Studies show that newly diagnosed cancer patients rate their quality of care higher and report fewer problems if they receive support from a patient navigator. This is why Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, in conjunction with its hospital partners (Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, St. Tammany Parish Hospital and

PATIENT NAVIGATORS

EASE CONCERNS COORDINATE CARE ANSWER QUESTIONS

SCHEDULE

CONSULTATIONS REMOVE BARRIERS

TO CARE AT NO ADDITIONAL COST

Terrebonne General Medical Center), offers navigation services for every patient from diagnosis through treatment and survivorship. In addition to easing concerns, answering questions, coordinating care and assisting patients and their families with informed decision-making, patient navigators also schedule consultations with other patient support services. Patient navigation services are made possible by the generosity of the community.

“When I had trouble maintaining a healthy weight, the navigator scheduled a meeting for me with the clinical dietitian to review my eating habits,” Pastor Donald Stovall of Houma, prostate cancer and lymphoma survivor, said. “And when getting to treatments became an issue, the navigator arranged for transportation assistance.” Using these services helped Stovall through treatment for both prostate cancer and lymphoma, which included surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

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Donald Stovall

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IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER Together, we are leading the fight against cancer across the Gulf South. It is a shared endeavor that only works when a community comes together – friends and neighbors partnering to expand possibilities. Our faithful supporters help make programs and services possible throughout the entire continuum of cancer care for patients and their caregivers. From enthusiastic schools and business sponsorships to compassionate organization events and participating in our signature golf and galas, you are helping take the fight against cancer forward.

Thank you! It’s their fight. It’s our fight. It’s time to take it forward.

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1: Karnival Krewe de Louisiane (Baton Rouge) 2: Benefits of Home Gala (Covington) 3: Taste of the Tournament Par-Tee and Auction (Houma) 4: Geaux Pink (Hammond) 5: Rubicon Golf Tournament (Gonzales)

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