We know many of you are still trying to sort out all the red tape in your recovery from the 2016 flood. We know this because we’re also trying to make the tough decision of whether repairing, rebuilding or relocating.
But life, as it must, goes on, so we’re sending out this reminder to send us your stories and/or photos of your own flood experience—good or bad.
We are compiling a book to be published by Cavalier House Books of Denham Springs.
We need stories and photos of damages, losses, evacuations, reunions, shelter experiences, food and shelter provisions offered by volunteers, churches and governmental agencies; problems and frustrations experienced with FEMA, local and state governments, SBA, Louisiana National Guard, etc.
We especially need stories of the incredible rescue work performed by the Cajun Navy, sheriffs’ deputies and other law enforcement agencies (state and municipal police), fire departments, and emergency ambulance services, including AirMed.
Most of all….photos, photos, PHOTOS!
And, please, don’t worry about spelling, punctuation or grammar. That’s why we have editors.
One-half of all net profit from the book will go to flood relief.
Please email your information/photos to:
All those who submit stories and/or photos that are used will receive complimentary, signed copies of the book