legacy and events
The Colonial Dames and the Louisiana Society of Colonial Wars recently co-hosted the annual Fall Court at the New Orleans Country Club. The invitations featured the insignia of both organizations (Colonial War Society of Louisiana and Colonial Dam of America Society of Louisiana), with an eagle and flag overhead. The opening ceremony featured a flag presentation by a “warrior” (during a speech) dressed in a replica of the uniform of the colonial militia.Leading the entourage was the Beefeater Heralds, who provided some fitting fanfare during the evening. Needless to say, it added to the celebratory nature of the occasion. Peter McEnery joined by his wife, Marthaalong with their wives and guests, welcomed the assembled ladies and warriors.
No good Meg Charbonnethandcrafted centerpieces were drawn to one lucky couple. Some of the chairs had pre-tagged undersides. One of her observant attendees said, “It was a lot of fun to see everyone trying to peek under their chairs.” Dining delights included turtle soup, duckling and asparagus filets, and bread his pudding. Even champagne!
In addition to McEnerys, the masthead was the Louisiana Colonial Women’s Association of Louisiana. Jane Middletonformer governor Pierre McGraw When Howard Thompson,Each Margie Rabbit When Kate Prechter, Richard “Rich”, Mary McConnell, Arthur “Artie” and Elizabeth Seaver, Hunter Charbonnet with Meg Martin and Evelyn De Laureal, JJ and Pat Morrison, Craig and Louise “Wheezy” Ripley, James and Jonelle Kepper, Carlo and Rosemond Capomazza di Camporattaro, Hai and Ribbah McEnery, Ed and Cindy Bush, Jim Elsebeth Fenner, When Frank and Carly Tessier.
The title of “Churchill vs. Hitler, The Golf Match That Unmasked The Führer And Saved The West, A Historical Novel” John Gegenheimer Jefferson parish court clerk. It was also the topic of his speech at Winston’s Lord Churchill’s annual birthday celebration, held by the Churchill Society of New Orleans at his New Orleans country club.Officer is president J. Greg Collinsvice president Christopher Tidmoresecretary Edward F. “Ted” Martin and secretary William D. “Bill” Reeves,doctorate
Dressed in a rhinestone-encrusted blue dress, the National WWII Museum’s Victory Bell provided the evening’s entertainment with popular tunes such as “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” and “In the Mood.”I listened carefully Joan Malter Collins, Berkeley Rafferty, Sally Reeves, Anne (Mrs Herschel L) Abbott, Dave and Madeline Jorgensen, Ron and Kathy Whitcomb, Susan Couvillon, Sandy Villeret, Nicole Spangenberg, Pat Denneshaw, Ouidah Laudumiei, Catherine de Montresin, Pennyjack Bryant, Hilton Bell, Madeleine Crawford, Kathy Singleton, Ben Bagato, Stephen Gold, Robert E. Young, Nancy RathboneWhen Michele Bordenave Braeden.
Addressing the large Churchillian audience, President Collins began to look to the past and the crucial present, saying, “Courage is still very important,” and “Tonight we are here to celebrate great leadership.” I’m in.” Chairman Gegenheimer’s speech followed. Rounding out the entire program was a dinner menu of delicious Caesar salad, choice of chicken or fish, white chocolate bread pudding and wine.
Ph.D. was similarly noted. Rand and Terry Boleys, Shirley Trusty Corey, Catherine Barnes Tremaine, John and Edie Wilson, Betsy and Wendell Stout, Helen Flammer and Raul Fonte, Beth and Nick Mueller,doctorate, Hill Riddle Jr., Lois, Jay Van Kirk, Guy Winstead And dozens more. at the last minute. Greg Collins praised the speakers and thanked all who attended, thanking them for reminding them of, as he said earlier about Churchill, “an integral figure of the 20th century.”
Past directors at the Office of Government Research’s annual luncheon at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside to mark the 90th anniversary of “a private, nonprofit, independent research organization dedicated to informed public policy.” The chairman of the meeting welcomed: Harry J. Blumenthal Jr., Edgar L. Chase III, J. Kelly Duncan, Ludovico Feoli, Hardy B. Fowler, Louis M. Freeman, Richard W. Freeman Jr., Ronald J. French, David Guidley, Hans B. Jonathan, Diane M. Lewis, Mark A. Mayer, Ann M. Milling, R. King Milling, Lynes R. “Poco” Sloss When Sterling Scott Willis. Chairman of the luncheon hosted by Hancock Whitney, Norma Grace Together with the officers Merritt Lane, Stephen W. Usdin, Ann P. Banos, Blake J. Stanfill, Christine Albert and Feoli. The 22 board members are Ryan Adkerson To Jonathan A. Wilson.
Norma Grace led the program including President and CEO of BGR Rebecca “Becky” Mowbray (Samuel Zemaray, Chair of Research Leadership), Merritt LaneGary Lorio And Ann Milling, who introduced the speakers, Judy Woodruff, a recently retired anchor and editor-in-chief of PBS NewsHour, whose topic is defending democracy. A question and answer session followed. (Her presentation was Janet Howard Government Studies Speaker Series. Howard He was the former president and CEO of BGR. )
Mixed green salad, pecan-crusted chicken breast, and s’more cakes made up the menu. John Georges, Peter Kovacs, Dennis and Carol Walterling, Jody and Walt Handelsmann, Susan Jones Gundlach, Sybil Favrot, Alex Garshanik, Daniel and Melanie BlonphinWhen Robert Sternhell When Al Hunt Grace and Woodruff’s respective spouses. Among Norma Grace’s closing words were, “Judy, thank you so much for your generous time today.”
The Southern Yacht Club was the venue for the Holy Cross Ditta Family Scholarship Dinner, a reminder of the generosity of Rose Grilletta and Joseph “Jay” Carlo Ditta.Attendees were UHC Presidents Stanton McNeely EdD, MBA, and Spouse Stephanie, Congregational Leader of the Maria Knights of the Holy Cross Anne LacourtUHC board chair Todd and Andrea MazanVice-Chairman jerry bologna Carlo Ditta Ready Mix Concrete President Joey Ditta and Colette Mandina Ditta, Michael and Nicole Chaccho with my son John Paul, Danica Ansaldi, Emile Barriviero, Warren Haynes, Hartley Crank, Ken Sheksneider, Dan Linke, Karl Romig, Pierre Villeret, When Edmund RedTaste beef fillets, participate in auctions, Matt Johnson trio.