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BRANCH OUT e-newsletter | 2012 | Issue 5


PARC PROGRESS
SCHOOL'S OUT
SPECIAL DATES
Bayou District NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS
PARC PROGRESS
Construction will begin on the Educare early learning center in June. Once opened, this will be an essential asset for the Bayou District neighborhood and a valuable convenience for its residents. June will also welcome the opening of the playfield, which is scheduled to be complete by the end of the month.
SCHOOL'S OUT
Even though summer hasn't officially started yet, the mood is already here. Our younger residents will be spending their days playing outside and enjoying the pool and splash park. (Please remember that children must be accompanied by an adult when participating in these activities.)
If parents are looking for some other options for summer, there are many recreational and educational camp programs. In fact, the budget for the New Orleans Recreation Development Commission (NORDC) has nearly doubled since last year. For more information about camps and availability, click here or call the City at 504-658-3000.
SPECIAL DATES
Tuesday, June 5th & June 19th, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm: The Job 1 Mobile Bus will be on-site with job hunting and interview tips.
Wednesday, June 20th: Food distribution for qualifying seniors at least 60 years of age. Contact Kingsley House for more information at
504-284-2424.

Bayou District Foundation

Bayou District Foundation is a 501(c)3 non profit organization dedicated to the healthy revitalization and sustainability of the Bayou District and surrounding neighborhoods through quality education, housing and recreation opportunities.

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Bayou District Neighborhood News

Bayou District Neighborhood NewsBDF would like to thank Usher’s New Look Foundation and the New Beginning Charter School Network for helping facilitate Usher’s New Look’s Powered By Service leadership training hosted at Medard Nelson Charter School. Eighth graders from Columbia Parc and surrounding Gentilly schools were selected to participate in a world-class leadership training program, focused on service and empowerment conducted by youth leaders and special guests such as former Saints player Michael Lewis. The day was filled with interactive games and lessons on how to empower the community. Thank you to all who made this possible!

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