LSU AgCenter agent awarded

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November 12, 2010 at 9:40 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

NEAFCS President Mary Ann Lienhard Cross, left,  presents an award to AgCenter agent Deniese Zeringue.
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NEAFCS President Mary Ann Lienhard Cross, left, presents an award to AgCenter agent Deniese Zeringue.
LSU AgCenter agent Deniese Zeringue was recently awarded the National Extension Association for Family and Consumer Sciences award for continued excellence.

The award recognizes NEAFCS members who have previously received the Distinguished Service Award and continue to be actively involved in professional improvement programs, the promotion of professional development of others and leadership. Zeringue has been employed with the LSU AgCenter for 22 years and has been a member of LEAFCS and NEAFCS for 16 years. She attended the NEAFCS in Portland, Maine to receive this award. Zeringue is in charge of classes at the local office, including First Time Homebuyers, Saving and Investing for the Future, Identity Theft, Money Management and Watching out for Predators. To take a class, contact Zeringue at (985)785-4473 or e-mail dzeringue@agcenter.lsu.edu. On Saturday, Nov. 13 from 9 a.m.-noon, she will offer a High School Free Enterprise class to teachers and others interested in learning more about finances. The free class will be held at the LSU AgCenter office at 1313 Paul Maillard Road Suite E in Luling. Pre-registration is required. Curriculum binders and student workbooks will be provided to all in attendance.




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