Meet the ST. CHARLES VooDoo Dolls

By Heather R. Breaux

February 14, 2007 at 2:49 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Four ladies from St. Charles Parish were chosen for the VooDoo Doll Dance Team.
Four ladies from St. Charles Parish were chosen for the VooDoo Doll Dance Team.
The New Orleans VooDoo arena football organization has chosen four St. Charles Parish ladies as part of the 2007 VooDoo Dolls Dance Team. They are Jenna Faul, Annie Johnson, Kara Jefferson and Emily Griffin.

Faul is a 2003 graduate of Hahnville High School, a former HHS Hi-Stepper, Houma Bayou Bucks cheerleader and a Nicholls State University Colonelette Dancer. She is a student Delgado Community College, an employee of the St. Charles Parish President’s Office and the daughter of Roy and Judy Faul of Hahnville.

Johnson is a 2000 graduate of DeLaSalle High School, a former Cavelette Dancer, a 2005 graduate of the University of New Orleans and the owner of Posh Clothing & Accessories in Metairie. She is the daughter of Stephen and Cindy Johson in Paradis and Janice Gray of Houston.

Griffin is a 2001 graduate of Hahnville High School, former HHS Hi-Stepper and is expected to graduate from Nicholls State University in May with a bachelor’s degree in biology. She is the daughter of Donald Griffin of Bayou Gauche and Mary Griffin of Luling and is employed at Adam & Eve Day Spa in Luling.

Jefferson is a 2002 graduate of Hahnville High School, former HHS cheerleader, an employee of Wink’s Company Enginneering Firm in St. Rose and a 17-year Dance Unlimited veteran.  She is the daughter of Scott and Tammy Jefferson in Luling.




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