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Troy Kleinpeter

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Tobacco Prevention Month

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Did you know that 92 percent of East Baton Rouge middle and high school students don’t smoke?... Read full article

Taking on Team Building

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We took our team building to Topgolf this month, and we brought along the kiddos, too! Topgolf is the newest entertainment destination in Baton Rouge, and after we practiced our golf swings, we really dove in on the exciting experience.... Read full article

Celebrate New Year's Eve with the Kids

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Whether you couldn’t find a sitter for New Year’s Eve or you just don’t feel like fighting traffic, you can still have a fun, kid-friendly celebration. The key is to keep the kids occupied as the clock counts down. Here are a few family-friendly idea... Read full article

Summer Fun at the LA Sports Festival Weekend

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The Louisiana Sports Festival is the perfect opportunity to get outdoors with your family while also getting in some exercise.... Read full article



Taking Back Summer: The Benefits of Being Bored

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The pace was slow, but our bicycles were fast, and we rode them everywhere.... Read full article

Bless Their Heart

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It is a widely-known witticism that when you talk about someone in the South, one can self-pardon by simply adding the words, “bless their heart.” The reality is, what is being said rarely does actually bless anybody. It seems harmless enough, until ... Read full article

Justin Vincent

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From the farm to the football field, Justin Vincent has experienced some feats that others could only dream about. Justin grew up in Lake Charles on a farm, and before his dad convinced his mom to let him play football, he was all about calf roping. ... Read full article

Pine Cone Pals

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Did You Bring Your Money?

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So, I’m in the camp that there's always a job to be done and everyone can do a job. That means, even my children need to be doing some form of a job. So, when my children want something at the store, my response has always been, “Did you bring your m... Read full article

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