BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – On Monday, a community meet and greet took place for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It happened in the Glen Oaks Area and involved the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office, Baton Rouge Police Department, Superintendent Narcisse, members of EBR Parish Schools and TRUCE board members.
Everyone gather at Maplewood Park around 5 p.m and TRUCE Baton Rouge summed up the event with this Facebook post:
We are BACK! Today was our first Community Meet and Greet since the pandemic. It felt sooo good to be back. The weather held up and we were so thankful! Thank you to Superintendent Narcisse and the entire @ebrparishschools faculty and staff for joining us today. @bridgeagencyinc, y’all rock! Thanks for always supporting. @mannersoftheheart, thanks for always spreading love and respect in the community. @kraby26, thanks for representing the DA’s office today. Thank you to @batonrougepolice, @ebrsheriff, and all TRUCE board members for coming out today. Special thank you to the residents of the Glen Oaks neighborhood for welcoming all of us. We laughed, danced, and enjoyed the best snowballs from @konaicebr. We had a blast and we are looking forward to the next walk. @nae_norman I think being a DJ is your calling. Lol. You were great! @doeseatplacebr @clay_youngbr. If you would like to participate in future walks, please send a DM or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you to the thread. We are coming to a neighborhood near you…until next time!