Meet the ST. CHARLES VooDoo Dolls
Four ladies from St. Charles Parish were chosen for the VooDoo Doll Dance Team.
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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