Louisiana Cultural Arts Day at Lee Road Junior High was held Friday, with Superintendent W. L. "Trey" Folse, III, Parish President Patricia Brister, School Board President Jack Loup, School Board Member Elizabeth Heintz, and Principal Anna Bowie on hand to welcome visitors.
Principal Anna Bowie, Richard Tanner, School Board Member Elizabeth Heintz
and Superintendent W. L. "Trey" Folse, III
Parish President, Pat Brister, School Board Member Elizabeth Heintz, School Board
President Stephen J. " Jack" Loup, III, and Richard Tanner
Mayor Mike Cooper of Covington talked to students about the history of the Covington area.
Pat Brister speaking to a group of third grade students.
Students line up for lunch.
Lunch was served.
Strawberries for dessert
Displays on everything Louisiana
Mardi Gras was on display
Visitors enjoyed the many informational displays
The students enjoyed lunch with traditional Louisiana foods.
School Board President Jack Loup was one of the visitors viewing the displays.
School Board Member Elizabeth Heintz viewed the exhibits on Louisiana music.
The Louisiana State Police gave talks on safety.
The Louisiana State Police brought their seat belt safety demonstration unit.
Many informative presentations were given to the students.
Petting an alligator was one of the hits of the program, courtesy the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Clyde Keating gave a lecture on the Catahoula Hound, along with his bow-hunting photos.
Clyde Keating is shown with Catahoula Hound Blitz.
Red Beans and Rice photograph frames were in abundance.