Jul 8, 2014 16:05 Around the Westside for July 9, 2014 Around the Westside for July 9, 2014 First cases reported for 2014 Advocate story July 08, 2014 Comments The annual Corey and Cody Co-Ed Softball Tournament will tee off Saturday at the Fordoche Ball Park. Corey and Cody Gueho were twins who both died from leukemia. Cody passed away in November 1995 and Corey died in September 2013. The annual tournament is held to raise money for the St. Jude’s Children Hospital in the twins’ memory. The twins were both patients at the hospital. The family encourages people to participate in the tournament by volunteering, donating or attending. Team entry fees are $100 per team. The all-day event will feature softball tournaments, food and live entertainment. Lunches will be sold at 11 a.m. For information, contact Ronnie at (225) 978-1654. Business After Hours The Iberville Chamber of Commerce will host a Business After Hours cocktail from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. July 24 at Marcello’s Ristorante in Plaquemine. Complimentary beer, wine and food will be served. There also will be a cash bar. The Chamber encourages attendees to bring plenty of business cards. WBR Museum Family Day The West Baton Rouge Museum will host Bastille Day from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday for a family fun day with a French twist. Activities will include French food, music, art demonstrations and hands-on activities. The event is free. Bastille Day is an event designed to complement the museum’s current exhibit “A Louisianan’s Grand Tour in the Belle Époque.” The exhibit is inspired by the diary of Aurelie “LeLe” Levert, of St. Delphine Plantation in Addis, who, at the age of 25, traveled to Europe with her sister, brother and cousin during the Belle Époque. The group spent the summer of 1900 traveling in western Europe as well as London, but spent most of its time in Paris for the famed Exhibition Universelle (World’s Fair) of 1900. Christina Nicosia, lead baker and pastry instructor at the Louisiana Culinary Institute, will be on hand Sunday for Bastille Day for French pastry making demonstrations and local Cajun band “Brown Town” will provide live music all day. Also this month ... The West Baton Rouge Museum will hold a lunchtime lecture titled, “Impressionism in Paris Around 1900,” featuring art historian and new curator at the LSU Museum of Art Katie Pfohl on July 17. The event is free. Through Aug. 31, the museum’s exhibit “Carving Their Niche: The Bowie Family in Louisiana” will be on display. Barbecue fundraiser tickets The Kiwanis of Pointe Coupee hosts its annual Winner, Winner, Bar-B-Q Chicken Dinner on July 20 at the St. Mary Kiwanis Park, across from St. Mary’s Catholic Church, in New Roads. The organization will be serving dinners from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for $8 per plate. Each dinner will consist of chicken, baked beans, coleslaw and a roll. Dinner tickets can be purchased from any Kiwanis member. For information or to purchase tickets, call (225) 718-1319. Submit news to Terry Jones by phone, (225) 326-6627; fax, (225) 344-0099; or email email@example.com.