Paula Manship is First Diamond Key Contributor

Sandra Scallan, Reichel, Claudette Hanks  |  3/22/2005 2:39:16 AM

Paula Manship was honored with a ceremonial tree planting at the Louisiana House Site Premier for her generous contribution of $100,000 to support landscaping the six-acre Louisiana House Learning Center site. With this gift to the LSU Foundation for the LaHouse Project, Mrs. Manship became the first Louisiana House Diamond Key Contributor. Representing Mrs. Manship in the ceremony was her niece, Nadine Russell.

Other Key contributors of funds, products or professional services to the LSU Foundation for the Louisiana House Project who were recognized at the Site premier include Neil Odenwald (Gold Key), Remson-Haley Architects and Tom Pope (Silver Key), and Claudette Reichel (Green Key).

The Louisiana House project involves a growing array of participants. Partners have made grants to support the project; allies are units or organizations contributing expertise and helping make the dream of a sustainable future for Louisiana a reality. Key contributors, partners and allies are listed on the Web site.

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