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Krewe of Akewa gives back

The Krewe of Akewa says it’s better to give than receive. Shown are members of the krewe at its Christmas gathering where they collected donations for Amedisys Hospice and the Gingerbread House.

Shown are Judy Willett, Tammie Branch, Lee McKnight, Tina Ashley, Victoria Chreene, Lenny Sullivan, Catherine Hunt, Julie Harmon, Debbie Haynes and Lisa Bailey.

Minden Press-Herald

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