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Tue April 28, 2015

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Mon April 27, 2015
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Navy Week brings dozens of sailors to Shreveport/Bossier

Torpedoman's Mate Second Class Bradley Davis and Lt. Cmdr. Maura Thompson of the USS Louisiana are in Shreveport and Bossier City for Navy Week events.
Credit Kate Archer Kent

Dozens of Navy sailors are in Shreveport/Bossier putting on a variety of events at schools, delivering musical performances and parachute demonstrations, and lending a hand in community service activities to raise the Navy’s profile and put a face to this branch of the military. This Navy Week is one of 12 underway in select cities nationwide.

Torpedoman’s Mate Second Class Bradley Davis is aboard the USS Louisiana based at Naval Base Kitsap in Washington. He says it’s a bit intimidating to be in an Air Force community in the shadow of Barksdale Air Force Base.

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Mon April 27, 2015

9:20am

Fri April 24, 2015
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Shreveporters bring in retreat leader Paula D'Arcy to discuss mindfulness

Paula D'Arcy, president of the Red Bird Foundation, gives dozens of retreats each year on gaining perspective in life and how to bring meaning to it.
Credit Submitted / Red Bird Foundation

Author and retreat leader Paula D’Arcy who turned a personal tragedy into her life work and mission will bring her message to Shreveport May 1.

In 1975, D'Arcy lost her husband and 21-month-old daughter in a car accident. She was pregnant with her second child at the time.

D’Arcy launched the Red Bird Foundation in 2001 to help people grow spiritually and to find inner peace. A dozen Shreveporters are sponsoring her retreat. D’Arcy of Austin, Texas, says these women have been to her retreats before and support the vision.

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8:33am

Fri April 24, 2015

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