DHS band serves up jambalaya
The Destrehan High School’s Band Parents club is hosting a jambalaya dinner on Sunday, March 18 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The $5 plates will be served at the concession stand at Wildcat Stadium and will include corn, bread, and dessert.
The purpose of the event is to raise funds from the upcoming band competition trip to Dayton, Ohio on April 19.
For information: Call Byron Toups at 985-764-9946.Fireman’s Association holds golf tourney
The St. Charles Fireman’s Association wants you for their annual benefit golf tournament held on Friday, April 27 at the Willowdale Country Club.
Proceeds will assist parish firefighters with life threatening illnesses exceeding incurance coverage.
For information on sponsorship or donations: Call Reginald Gaubert - 504-559-8737, Craig Petit - 985-785-0181 or Barry Minnich - 504-559-5587.COA Annual Fishing Rodeo on tap this month
The St. Charles Parish Council on Aging's Annual Fishing Rodeo is scheduled for Friday, March 30 at the Spillway Park Pavillion in Norco from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for all residents over 60.
Meals and transportation are available by reservation only. For information, call 985-783-3008.Attention golfers: Nicholls needs YOU
Nicholls State University is holding the 16th Annual Bonnie J. Bourg Lecture Series Golf Tournament on Sunday, March 18 at the Bayou Country Club in Thibodaux.
The entry fee of the tournament is $300 per team or $75 per person. One mulligan per player is $10.
For information: Call Dr. Eugene Dial at 985-448-4021.Runners: show your stuff in 5K marathon
The American Heart Association will host the 32nd Annual Over and Under 5K Tunnel Run on March 10 the Houma Municipal Auditorium, 800 Verret St.
For information, call Kimberly Landry at 985-851-3479.Adult football team holds tryouts for men 19-30
The Louisiana Razorbacks football team is holding tryouts for men 19-30.
The team is an adult amateur minor leaague football team.
The team is a member of the North American Football League.
For information call Debra Riley at 225-281-2378 or Herbana Godfrey at 225-806-3238, or www.larazorbacks.com.Bull riding and roping at livestock show
The Terrebone Livestock Association hosts the 3rd Winter Rodeo Series on March 24 at the Houma Airbase Arena, 225 Moffet Rd. at 7 p.m.
For information, call Beth Lovell 985-580-2445 or Donna Price at 985-594-7545.Hahnville track team hosts Don Raymond track relays
Hahnville High School is host the Don Raymond relays March 16 at 3:30 p.m. in Tiger Stadium on Highway 90 in Boutte.
Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students.Adult kickball team is looking for new members
The WAKA Kickball team is now registering new members for its co-ed adult kickball division in New Orleans.
Registration for the LA Triumphs is $60 and open to individuals, small groups and full teams.
Kick-off is Thursday, May 3 in Audubon Park at 6 p.m.
For information, call Tiffany Ficklin at 505-239-5803 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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