Dec 10, 2013 17:45 Pam’s Party Line for April 14, 2013 Pam’s Party Line for April 14, 2013 Advocate staff photo by PAM BORDELON -- Parkway Promenade -- With Kenner Mayor Michael Yenni, second from left back, at the Jefferson Beautification's Parkway Promenade April 7 at the Chateau Golf & Country Club are committee members, front from left, Joan Ingram, Lisa Baynham, Beulah Oswald-Soto, chairwoman Diane Hollis and Pat Golemi; and, back from left, chairwoman Joy Shane, Pat Starnes and Kenner Councilman Paul Johnston. Jefferson Parish Promenade goes international for ’13 BY PAM BORDELON Dec. 10, 2013 Comments The sun was beginning its descent and a nice breeze was keeping things cool for the Jefferson Beautification’s annual Parkway Promenade soirée at the Chateau Golf & Country Club in Kenner April 7. The theme for this year’s fundraiser, chaired by Joy Shane and Diane Hollis, was “Going International.” Proceeds from the event are used for beautification, tree planting, environmental projects and education in Jefferson Parish. Welcoming guests as they arrived were Rachel Schultz, the 76th Greater New Orleans Floral Trail Queen; Floral Maid Ella Maria Workman; and Flower Queen Kaelynn Steltz. Among those guests were Kenner Mayor Michael Yenni and wife Michelle. In keeping with the theme, food and wines represented 10 international cuisines. Participating restaurants included Acme Oyster House, Chateau Golf & Country Club, Zea Rotisserie and Martin’s Wine Cellar. Music for dancing was by the Groovy Seven. Items for “Pam’s Party Line” and “Scenes from Around Town” must be received by 9 a.m. the Monday preceding the run date. Digital photos should be emailed to email@example.com; hard copy photos should be dropped off at or mailed to The Advocate, 7290 Bluebonnet Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70821. Events will run no later than four weeks after they have taken place. The date, place of the event and a contact name and phone number must be included. Photos may not include more than nine people and will be used on a space-available basis. Hard copy photos can be picked up in the lobby of The Advocate for up to three months after they run. By submitting photos to The Advocate, you agree that they can be published in any of The Advocate’s print or digital publications.