COA visits coffee house

Staff Report
February 14, 2007 at 1:08 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

HATS OFF, ER ... ON. St. Charles Parish Council on Aging clients (l to r) Mazie Dufrene, Marian Savoie, Joan Folse, Joan Acosta, Lupe’ Sweeny, Ellie Neiman, Dolly Bergeron and Roy Landeche enjoy tea at Demitasse Coffee House.
Photo courtesy of St. Charles Council on Aging
HATS OFF, ER ... ON. St. Charles Parish Council on Aging clients (l to r) Mazie Dufrene, Marian Savoie, Joan Folse, Joan Acosta, Lupe’ Sweeny, Ellie Neiman, Dolly Bergeron and Roy Landeche enjoy tea at Demitasse Coffee House.
The St. Charles Council on Aging's travel club hit the streets and stopped in at Demitasse Coffee House.

Ten seniors were in attendance and points of interest included: Chef John Folse Culinary Institute of Nicholls State University, Jean Lafitte National Parks & Preserve Cultural Center, Bubba’s II Restaurant, Debbie’s Antiques and the Demitasse Coffee House.




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