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    June 29, 2019
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0AT POKER RN $5 Mana The 10th Annual Delcambre Boat Poker Run honors Elise Mencacci the daughter of Taylor and Amy Mencacci of Erath and the children of St. Jude's Baton Rouge Clinic. Elise is a survivor at St. Jude's Children's Hospital, she was diagnosed at the age of 3years old and has fought her battle for five years. Once a dream for a board member of the Delcambre Boat Poker Run, Ben LeBlanc of Delcambre always had a passion for giving back proceeds and benefiting the children of St Jude's Hospital for this event. This year with the support and love for this event; we were able to donate 16,635.00. On June 5, 2019 Elise and her family invited president of the Boat Parade Committee Marae Fontenot to an affiliated St. Jude's Hospital clinic in Baton Rouge to present the donation. With great joy and proudness of Elise's journey, Fontenot is delighted and humble to volunteer her time for such a great cause "Life is a wave, catch a hand" I cannot thank everyone enough who made this event possible and such a huge success Life is a Wave, Thanks for Buying a Hand! Marae Fontenot, President of the Delcambre Boat Parade 0AT POKER RN $5 Mana The 10th Annual Delcambre Boat Poker Run honors Elise Mencacci the daughter of Taylor and Amy Mencacci of Erath and the children of St. Jude's Baton Rouge Clinic. Elise is a survivor at St. Jude's Children's Hospital, she was diagnosed at the age of 3years old and has fought her battle for five years. Once a dream for a board member of the Delcambre Boat Poker Run, Ben LeBlanc of Delcambre always had a passion for giving back proceeds and benefiting the children of St Jude's Hospital for this event. This year with the support and love for this event; we were able to donate 16,635.00. On June 5, 2019 Elise and her family invited president of the Boat Parade Committee Marae Fontenot to an affiliated St. Jude's Hospital clinic in Baton Rouge to present the donation. With great joy and proudness of Elise's journey, Fontenot is delighted and humble to volunteer her time for such a great cause "Life is a wave, catch a hand" I cannot thank everyone enough who made this event possible and such a huge success Life is a Wave, Thanks for Buying a Hand! Marae Fontenot, President of the Delcambre Boat Parade