Martin Luther King parade is one you don’t want to miss
It begins with a parade from the Westbank Bridge Park to the steps of the courthouse at 10 a.m.
The reading of the first-place essays from area students will begin at 12 p.m.
This year’s winners are:
1st Place: George Rogers III
2nd Place: Jada Harrell
3rd Place: Julien Cancienne
1st Place: Brandon Smith
2nd Place: Chloe Babineaux
3rd Place: Sean Michael Morgan
1st Place: Americo Sheperd
R.K. Smith Middle
2nd Place: Andrew Celestine
R.K. Smith Middle
3rd Place: Deriyon Turley
Harry Hurst Middle
1st Place: Brandi Smith
Destrehan High School
All winners will be awarded a certificate and a special trophy. First place winners will receive a savings bond.
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