BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – Mayor President Sharon Weston-Broome is helping mark the 10-year anniversary of MetroMorphosis on Tuesday, July 12.
July 12, 2022 will be known as MetroMorphosis Day after Mayor Broome offers a proclamation at a news conference on North Blvd.
The news conference will mark the beginning of MetroMorphosis Week which runs from July 12 to July 19.
After the presentation of the proclamation, the individuals listed below will be recognized as recipients of the 10 for 10 Community Fund initiative.
- Courtnie Cook- CPR Training for Youth
- Hazel Bradley-Davis- North Baton Rouge Youth Empowerment
- Mirando Georgetown Riley- Normalizing Autism in Children, One Play Date at a Time
- Murelle Harrison- Youth- led Bike Repair Shop
- Amanda Moorer- Mental Health Support and Life Coaching for Moms
- Ella Morgan- Addressing Blight in Eden Park
- Laci Sherman- Culinary Training Program for Youth
- Stacci J. Tobin- “The Longest Table” A Community Conversation
- Lynda Turner- Community Revitalization and Voter Registration
- Sophie Ziegler- The Louisiana Trans and Oral History Project
“The 10 for 10 Community Fund serves as another strategy to invest resources into the residents and
change agents who are actively working to transform their communities from within,” according to MetroMorphosis.
Along with help from MetroMorphosis, recipients will get $1,000 which can be used on a project that creates change in the community.