SLU Public Information Office News Release, April 13, 2015
HAMMOND – Southeastern Theatre presents “Peter & Tink” by playwright and Southeastern Louisiana University alumna, Chelsea Krause. The show will run Tuesday-Friday, April 21-24.
“Easter Basket Beauty” arrangements and decorations adorned outside and inside of the Kentwood Museum on March 16 for the Kentwood Garden Club’s March meeting. Hostesses Marie Coon, Eleanor Morris, and Fay Gehringer treated members to a Spring supper at the museum, which has beautiful, newly installed flooring.
In 1981 Sam Campo started his lock and key business and took over the Amite nursery from the Ballard sisters, who founded the nursery back in 1967. The nursery houses a variety of bedding plants, house plants, shrubbery, trees, vegetable plants, fruit trees, and Sam Campo’s personal passion, roses.