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Geno McLaughlin

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Geno McLaughlin’s love for his community is unmatched. His weekends are often spent venturing from one location to another with his children in tow, volunteering his time throughout Baton Rouge. For Geno, he is at his best when he is serving others, ... Read full article

Steven Oubre

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Megan H. Kelly

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“Enjoy the moment and just breathe,” are brilliant words of advice that mom of two, Megan Kelly lives by each day. Her love of life, infectious smile, and excitement of learning (especially about all things techy!) are just a few of the reasons why s... Read full article

Shannon McKernan

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Shannon McKernan works as a part-time office coordinator for her husband, Gordon McKernan, though she considers her job as a mom of four children to be the best job. Her children are older now, and they’ve all moved out the house, but she sees her re... Read full article

Nikki Fargas

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Colleen Waguespack

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Life as a mom is busy, real busy. When you add on your career, which includes owning your own business, things can begin to get even more hectic and harder to juggle. However, Colleen Waguespack has found a way to always live her life on the go, but ... Read full article

Donna Edwards

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Aimee Poche

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Through the miracles of adoption and birth, Aimee Poche and her husband saw their family increased from no children to eight children in three years. They adopted a son domestically, internationally adopted five siblings from Peru, and then had two b... Read full article

DAD NEXT DOOR: Chris Hester

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After running for a political office, living your life as if you’re an open book is almost written in the stars. To some, this close up view of a person’s daily life could become a bit overwhelming. However, Chris Hester embraces it all with a smile.... Read full article

Donna Travis

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At just nine years old, Donna Travis began working at Party Time–which started in the family’s garage–as a way to help her parents. After she would get off the bus from school, Donna would work the cash register, helping to make sure that each custom... Read full article

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