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LEH Launches Light Up for Literacy Campaign

On Thursday, September 18, the LEH launched an exciting campaign to celebrate literacy efforts across Louisiana. The Light Up for Literacy campaign kicked off with a reception at the St. Charles Avenue home of LEH Board Member Deborah Harkins, where guests joined LEH board and staff for the debut of artist Ashley Porter’s latest creation, the Light Up for Literacy earrings. ...

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LEH Attends Poverty Point World Heritage Inscription Ceremony

In June, Poverty Point became the first site in Louisiana to join the World Heritage List of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Dating back some 3,500 years, it represents the largest, most complex settlement of its age in North America. On October 11, LEH staff members traveled to Poverty Point for the official inscription ceremony. U.S. National ...

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