The St. Tammany Farmer

The Key Clubs of St. Tammany Parish held their third annual Carnival ball for the special-needs community with music, dancing, food and entertainment on March 9 at the Northshore Community Center in Covington.

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A $10 ticket gave attendees all the gumbo they could eat at the annual Northshore Gumbo Cook-Off, held recently at Slidell Little Theatre to benefit area youth programs. Winners were chosen in three categories: gumbo; seafood and non-seafood.

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