Community Activities Archives
Brusly Mayor Joey Normand, Council Members Joanne Bourgeois and Don Neisler attended a ceremony sponsored and hosted by U.S. Senator David Vitter at the Louisiana Pavilion of the National World War II Museum in New Orleans on August 22nd. The […]
An exhibit featuring historical photographs of people and places that are significant to the Town of Brusly opend with a reception from 4 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 17, at the West Baton Rouge Senior Center on Elaine Street. […]
Brusly Awarded Keep Louisiana Beautiful 2005 Award
Historic Brusly records dating to 1901 were recently preserved with funds through an Entergy Community Grant. Louisiana Binding Services, Inc., of New Orleans was contracted for the preservation process. The records include the original proclamation of incorporation signed by Governor […]
Brusly residents celebrated Arbor Day on January 21, 2005 with a special ceremony at the Back Brusly Oak Tree. The event recognized the completion of the Back Brusly Oak Tree Preservation Project, made possible through a cooperative endeavor between the […]
Essays Katie LeBlanc, 1st Place A dictionary definition of a veteran is a former member of the armed forces. To me, a veteran is just that. A veteran is a very important person to our country that will never […]
Katie LeBlanc receiving Certificate of Commendation from Brusly Councilwoman Joanne Bourgeois. Katie was the 10th Grade 1st Place Winner in the 2004 Veteran’s Day Essay Contest.
At the November 8th Town Council meeting, Certificates of Commendation were given to Ms. Sarah Gibson, Ben Clancy, Rebecca Lousteau, Karsheener West, and Kelsey Waite for their work on the Brusly High School Yearbook Staff. Ms. Gibson guided the yearbook […]
These are 8th grade students at Brusly Middle School who were winners in the Town of Brusly Cleanest City Essay and Poster contests. Essay Contest Winners: 1st – Taylor Robnett 2nd – Kristi Guerin 3rd – Kaila Martin Poster Winners: […]
Brusly area members of the West Baton Rouge Garden & Civic Club replanted and spruced up the Town of Brusly Memorial Plaza on Wednesday in preparation for the upcoming State judging of the Cleanest City contest and the dedication of […]
The Town held its clean up day on Saturday, March 20th to get the town ready for the Cleanest City Contest.
On Sunday, February 1st 75 interested citizens gathered in the Brusly Town Hall to hear Dr. Thomas H. Richey speak about a forgotten part of West Baton Rouge history, the Tirailleurs and the Delta Rifles. The Tirailleurs, a French word […]
The Town of Brusly hosted a Veteran’s Appreciation Reception at the Brusly Town Hall on Tuesday, November 11, 2003. The Council chamber was decorated with balloons and flowers in patriotic colors of red, white and blue. A large floral centerpiece […]