Fête de Noël

2017 Fête de Noël

The annual Fête de Noël was held on Saturday, December 9th and was attended by about 60 members of L’Union Française and their guests as they celebrated the beginning of the Christmas holidays.
The house was festively decorated for the occasion.  President Hilda Sapera and First Vice-President Danny Lewis and several of our board members were present to welcome guests and wish everyone a Joyeux Noël. There was a delicious array of food offerings along with a well stocked bar. It was a fine way to anticipate the arrival of Père Noël.

L’Union Française does not discriminate regarding race, creed, religion, gender, age, national origin, or sexual orientation.
 updated 12/11/2017

 

Membership Meeting

Membership Meeting 2017

The annual business and election meeting was held on Sunday, November 12, 2017 at The Rose Garden. There were 66 members in attendance.  The business portion of the meeting included a reading of the financial report and a presentation of the State of the Organization President Hilda Sapera.  Following that, the election of the Board of Directors for 2018 was held. All enjoyed a buffet dinner and continued socializing.

The following members have been elected to the Board:

Hilda Sapera
 President
Danny Lewis
 1st Vice President
Kay Kerr
 2nd Vice President
Max Reinhard
 Secretary
Linda Sins
 Treasurer
Frank Kerr
 Historian
Amy Stein
Anna Teixeira
Claiborne Floyd
Jacalyn Moss
Jacqueline Graff
Jeffrey Cohen
Judith Faust
Mary Frances Biggers
Kathleen Moisiewicz
 

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Bastille Day Festivities

Bastille Day

This year, we participated in the Grand Celebration sponsored by the Consulate General of France in Louisiana and the French-American Chamber of Commerce-Gulf Coast Chapter as well as L’Union Française among others. The Consul General, Grégor Trumel is being re-assigned and this was somewhat of a farewell party. We were joined by many at the New Orleans Museum of Art for a wonderful Bastille Day party on Friday, July 14. There was music, food, and drink.

Members and Friends of L’Union Française

Met at NOMA to enjoy the festivities.

This year we joined the citywide celebration in anticipation of New Orleans’s tricentennial next year.

  Voted by Reuters as the third best Bastille Day celebration in the world – how could we miss it! Hope you were there to join us!!!!!

 

 

 

L’Union Française does not discriminate regarding race, creed, religion, gender, age, national origin, or sexual orientation.
last updated 8/25/2017