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Dow Community Grants

The Town of Brusly, the Brusly Fire Department and the West Baton Rouge Historical Association each won a Dow Chemical Community Grant. The Town received their grant for the “Preservation of the Back Brusly Oak Tree”. The WBR Historical Association will use their grant on the Parish History Timeline Project. The fire department will use their grant to purchase a smoke cube that demonstrates to the children in our schools to stay low in a fire in order to exit a building full of smoke.

Kenny Hunts - Brusly Fire Department, Genie Hendry - West Baton Rouge Historical Association, Councilwoman Joanne Bourgeois - Town of Brusly, Scott Rodrigue - Brusly Fire Department, Mayor Joey Normand - Town of Brusly, Gerald Mabile - Dow sponsor for the Town of Brusly, Mike Alleman - Brusly Fire Department, Earl Shipp, Site Manager for Dow Louisiana Operations who presented all the winners their checks.(Absent: Keith Crousillac - Dow representative for WBR Historical Association)

Kenny Hunts – Brusly Fire Department, Genie Hendry – West Baton Rouge Historical Association, Councilwoman Joanne Bourgeois – Town of Brusly, Scott Rodrigue – Brusly Fire Department, Mayor Joey Normand – Town of Brusly, Gerald Mabile – Dow sponsor for the Town of Brusly, Mike Alleman – Brusly Fire Department, Earl Shipp, Site Manager for Dow Louisiana Operations who presented all the winners their checks.(Absent: Keith Crousillac – Dow representative for WBR Historical Association)

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