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This is a photo of Zachary and Benjamin Breaux, sons of Tad and Lainie Breaux. Zachary was born days before Hurricane Katrina and his parents had to evacuate to Houston without him. Later, the hospital nursery had to be evacuated to Fort Worth. Several days went by where the Breauxs did not know the location of their son. They were happily reunited in Fort Worth.
This is Janice Jucker's journal of her experiences volunteering with Hurricane Katrina evacuees in Houston's Astrodome. Jucker, a Houston resident, was part of a volunteer team that set up technology for Hurricane Katrina evacuees staying at the Astrodome. Her team provided phones and technology to enable evacuees to find family and friends displaced by the hurricane.
This is a picture of Zachary, born to Tad and Lainie Breaux days before Hurricane Katrina hit. Because of a health issue, Zach was forced to stay behind in the hospital nursery, while the Breaux family evacuated to Houston, TX. Soon after, the hospital was evacuated and for a few days, his family was not able to locate him. They were joyously reunited in Fort Worth.
This is a photograph of volunteer clown Jeannie Lindheim wirh Hurricane Katrina evacuees in Houston's George R. Brown Convention Center shortly after the storm. Lindheim is the founder of the Boston based Hearts and Noses Clown Troupe, an organization of volunteer clowns who specialize in improvisation-based, child-centered, hospital clowning.
This is a journal kept by Jeannie Lindheim of the Hearts and Noses Hospital Clown Troupe. She kept this journal of her experiences while clowning for Hurricane Katrina evacuees in Houston's George R Brown Convention Center shortly after the storm. The Hearts and Noses Clown Troupe is a Boston based organization of volunteer clowns who specialize in improvisation-based, child-centered, hospital clowning.