Aug 4, 2014 10:24 Pam’s Party Line for July 2, 2014 Pam’s Party Line for July 2, 2014 Photo provided by ANGELA DEGRAVELLES --- 'On the Trail' --- At a reception following author and preservationist Randy Harelson's talk on the life's work of 18th century naturalist William Bartram at the Foundation for Historical Louisiana's June 12 Heritage Lecture at the Old Governor's Mansion are, from left, Jon Emerson, Peggy Coates, Harelson, Michele Deshotels, Tara Hebert and Jonathan Harris. Bartram explored the natural landscape and human habitations of Georgia, Florida, Alabama and West Florida into present day Baton Rouge, where LSU's Hilltop Arboreteum and FHL are advocating for signage in Louisiana to mark the famous Bartram Trail. Advocate story Aug. 04, 2014 Comments Happy early Fourth of July! If you’re still looking for ways to celebrate our nation’s birthday, I’d like to invite you to my neighborhood for the annual Kenilworth Fourth of July Parade. It actually takes place the evening of July 3, beginning at 6:30 p.m., and rolls from Kenilworth Science & Technology School on Boone Drive, down the parkway and loops around and heads back towards the school. It’s a lot of fun, and, if you have young children, it only makes it better. Celebrate Nursing At the recent 25th annual Celebrate Nursing banquet several local nurses were honored. Wanda Spurlock with the Southern University School of Nursing received the Helen Johnson Cremeens Excellence in Education Award. Antiqua Smart and Cynthia York both received the Edith Lobue Scholarship Award. Also recognized were: Sadye Batts, Angela Clouatre, Terra Hotstream and Christy Perry, Baton Rouge General; Amy Rome. Lane Memorial Hospital; Stephanie Debarbieris, Janene Ducote, Shelley Graphia, Kristy Koontz, Kelly Landry, Nicole May and Teresa Palombo, Ochsner; Rosalind Albarado, Paula June Allen, Kayla Farrar, Rosa Franklin, Pattie Jackson, Rebecca Ory, Jeffrey Peno, Alison Richard and Myra Russel,Our Lady Of The Lake Regional Medical Center; and Karrie Delise, Megan McNemar, Angela Musso and Kelly Sasser, Woman’s Hospital. Follow this link to the photos. Follow Pam on Twitter@pamspartyline.com. Items for Pam’s Party Line must be received by 9 a.m. the Monday preceding the run date. High-resolution digital photos should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 daytime phone number must be included. Photos will be used at the discretion of The Advocate.