May 16, 2013 17:26 Club News for May 8, 2013 Club News for May 8, 2013 Photo provided by MARK CLAESGENS -- LSU Faculty and Staff Retirees Club -- Louisiana State Penitentiary Assistant Warden Cathy Fontenot, center, visits after speaking to the LSU Faculty and Staff Retirees Club on April 8. With her are, from left, Joan Benedict, Jynx Marcel, and LSP personnel Marsha Lindsey and Trish Foster. Advocate story May 16, 2013 Comments LSU Retirees hears Angola asst. warden Cathy Fontenot, assistant warden at Louisiana State Penitentiary, spoke to the LSU Faculty and Staff Retirees Club on April 8. Fontenot is a 21-year veteran in corrections at the maximum security prison that houses 6,200 inmates, 97 percent of whom have life sentences. Fontenot discussed prison life for her and the inmates, along with her experiences as a mother of three. At the business meeting, President Shirley Mundt turned over the gavel to newly elected President Terril Faul. Serving with him will be Vice President Ken Paxton, Treasurer Eddie Bosworth, Recording Secretary Lorry Trotter, Parliamentarian Denver Loupe and Historian Tom Burch. Winifred Severance, Barbara Brown, Loupe and Joan Benedict provided refreshments. Christian comedian featured at lunch The Rev. Constance Saizon, a Christian comedian, was the featured speaker at the Laugh Out Loud Luncheon held by the Baton Rouge Christian Women’s Connection on April 9 at Oak Lodge Reception and Conference Center. Mimi Crabtree was the guest musician. Lafayette realtor Sharon Steen spoke about staging a house to make a great first impression. The group’s summer musical will be July 9 featuring Addison Hollis, Mackenzie Hollis and Michele Holland. Humorous speaker Linda Jacobson, of Fort Worth, Texas, will speak on “Angels’ Wings Don’t Flap.” The cost is $22. Email reservations to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (225) 362-3588. The “Club News” column runs every Tuesday and Wednesday, and Friday as needed, in The Advocate. Items and photographs should be submitted to “Club News,” Advocate People section, P.O. Box 588, Baton Rouge, LA 70821, or email@example.com. Events should be submitted in a timely fashion. Photos may not include more than 10 people and will be used on a once-a-month per organization basis. Photos will be returned if stamped, self-addressed envelopes are provided. By submitting photos to The Advocate, you agree that they can be published in any of The Advocate’s print or digital publications.