Port Vincent group donates ‘Reader Bags’ Port Vincent group donates ‘Reader Bags’ Photo provided by JINX BERTHELOT -- Members of the Port Vincent Volunteers for Family and Community, from left, Marie Matherne, Jonnie Dorris, Fay Brady, Jane Vizinat and Mona LeBlanc, donated 'Raise a Reader Bags.' Advocate staff report July 10, 2013 Comments The Port Vincent Volunteers for Family and Community donated 70 “Raise a Reader Bags” to the Livingston Parish Health Unit last month. Each bag contained a book and information about the importance of reading to young children. The club also donated aboud 30 books to the 7th Ward School library. Members held a plant sale and meeting at the Port Vincent Community Center. Proceeds from the plant sales will be used for community service projects. Nathalie Savoy, area nutrition agent with the LSU AgCenter in Livingston Parish, talked about to participants about eating well. The program included nutrition information and exercises to build strength, improve balance and increase flexibility. Members visited the Golden Age Nursing home in Denham Springs and gave mothers flower pins. Club members attended the Parish Wide Fun Day, visited the West Baton Rouge Museum and historic Plaquemine. Club meetings will resume in August. For information about Volunteers for Family and Community, call the LSU AgCenter in Livingston Parish at (225) 686-3020.