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Adoptable pets plentiful on the West Bank, East Jefferson in May 2013

From lap dogs to big playful dogs, pretty kitties and playful pups, the animal shelters on the West Bank and in East Jefferson Parish have all sorts of dogs and cats looking for good homes.

Shelters include: Jefferson Parish West Bank shelter, 1869 Ames Blvd., Marrero. Email Bbourgeois@jeffparish.net or call 504.349.5111. Jefferson Parish East Jefferson animal shelter, 1 Humane Way, Harahan. Visit www.jpas.petfinder.com or call 504.736.6111 for more information.

Louisiana SPCA: 1700 Mardi Gras Blvd., Algiers, 504.368.5191. The SPCA has dogs, cats and also rabbits and rats for adoption pictured on its adoption page. PAWS, 455 F. Edward Hebert Blvd., Belle Chasse, 504.392.1601. Puppy Power in Belle Chasse: Michelle Falgout, Belle Chasse, LA 70037; call 504.460.7562 or email Michelle@puppypowerrescue.com.

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West Bank, East Jefferson animal shelters brimming with adoptable pets

From lap dogs to big playful dogs, pretty kitties and playful pups, the animal shelters on the West Bank and in East Jefferson Parish have all sorts of dogs and cats looking for good homes. Shelters include: Jefferson Parish West Bank shelter, 1869 Ames Blvd., Marrero. Email Bbourgeois@jeffparish.net or call 504.349.5111. Jefferson Parish East Jefferson animal shelter, 1 Humane Way, Harahan. Visit www.jpas.petfinder.com or call 504.736.6111 for more information. Louisiana SPCA: 1700 Mardi Gras Blvd., Algiers, 504.368.5191. The SPCA has dogs, cats and also rabbits and rats for adoption pictured on its adoption page. PAWS, 455 F. Edward Hebert Blvd., Belle Chasse, 504.392.1601. Puppy Power in Belle Chasse: Michelle Falgout, 110 East X St., Belle Chasse, LA 70037; call 504.460.7562 or email Michelle@puppypowerrescue.com.

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West Bank Art Guild sponsoring children's art show: West Bank school news briefs

The West Bank Art Guild will sponsor a children’s art show open to children on the West Bank and east bank March 16 through April 3 at West Bank Regional Library in Harvey. The exhibit is free and open to children ages 3 to 18.

Only one entry per artist is allowed. The artist’s name, address, telephone number and age must be written on the back of the work. Email jddd01@yahoo.com for a registration form. Registration is March 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the library at 2751 Manhattan Blvd. Artwork can be a painting or drawing in any medium. The artwork must be framed and have proper screw eyes and picture wire; no plastic frames are allowed. The maximum size of work is 16 by 20 inches, including the frame.

An awards presentation will be March 23 at 2 p.m. at the library. Ribbons will be awarded in six age categories. Refreshments will be served. Winners’ work will be displayed in April at Ochsner Hospital.

The following Mount Carmel Academy students who live on the West Bank and were named to the varsity softball team: Olivia Bubrig of Belle Chasse, Caitlyn Betbeze of Belle Chasse and Amanda Cannella of Lafitte. Junior varsity: Cammie Betbeze of Belle Chasse, Laurel Coulon of Lafitte, Abi Olsen of Belle Chasse, Madalyn Brown of Harvey and Madison Jackel of Belle Chasse. Eighth grade: Macy Hornosky of Belle Chasse, Savanna Orgeron of Harvey, Caleigh Foto of Marrero, Madison Ciaccio of Belle Chasse, Jena Lafrance of Braithwaite and Ivana Thompson of Belle Chasse.

The Reich-Henderson Writing Competition, which honors the lifelong dedication of Robert Doc Reich and Paula Henderson to promote peace and social justice, is inviting entries from high school juniors in Louisiana. Download a registration form at www.bienvillehousecenter.org.

Reich was a founding member of the University United Methodist Church in Baton Rouge and was a teacher at Louisiana State University. Henderson was an educator, social activist and dedicated member of the Unitarian Church.

Students should write an essay in which they describe activities in which they have helped people in need. Maximum length is 1,000 words; there is no minimum.

Entries are due April 15. First prize is $250; second prize, $150; and third prize, $100.

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Plaquemines Parish west bank road and bridge construction projects announced

Plaquemines Parish has a couple of west bank construction projects that could back up traffic. The Belle Chasse Bridge will close for a week beginning Saturday and this week a year-long resurfacing project begins on Louisiana 23.

The resurfacing work, expected to be completed by the end of the year, is on sections of Louisiana 23, just south of Jesuit Bend to the Alliance Refinery. It will result in alternating closures of one of the two northbound and southbound lanes.

The patching, milling and overlay of new asphalt will take place daily from 6 a.m. until 5 p.m., according to the parish government.

“This overlay will include the lanes and shoulders and will help relieve some of the areas that pond and flood during rain events, making this stretch (of Louisiana 23) safer for motorists,” Parish President Billy Nungesser said. “We will continue to work on all sections of this heavily traveled highway.”

And in a short-term project, the state Department of Transportation and Development will close the Belle Chasse Bridge from Saturday to Sunday, March 3. As an alternative during that period, the Belle Chasse Tunnel will have two-way traffic, with one lane in each direction.

Truck traffic, though, will be prohibited from using the tunnel, according to DOTD.

DOTD has announced that the Belle Chasse Tunnel will be closed 7 p.m. Wednesday, through 5 a.m. Thursday for general maintenance and there will be two-way traffic on the Belle Chasse Bridge during that time.

The state highway department will replace the wire rope – or bridge lifting cables – and refurbish its gear boxes, as well as other related work. DOTD states that rehabilitation project is designed to reduce the number of mechanical breakdowns on the structure.

“We are asking residents to be extra cautious while traveling through the tunnel,” Nungesser said. “We know this will inconvenience our residents but know this is necessary to fix problems that will allow the bridge to operate more efficiently in the future.”

The closure was coordinated with the ongoing work being done by Jefferson Parish on the Lapalco Bridge.

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