How’d you like to get paid to eat pizza or brownies? Or earn a gift card to talk about what, when and how you eat? Pennington Biomedical Research Center on Perkins Road invites people of all ages and backgrounds to participate in their clinical trials. All of the studies are free, and some offer compensation.
Alexander’s Highland Market sponsored a booth at the Cancer Services of Greater Baton Rouge’s 31st annual Capital Chefs’ Showcase at the River Center downtown last week. Executive Chef Michael Bogdan prepared and served attendants with three crowd-pleasing signature dishes: Alexander’s Boudin, Smoked Sausage and Crawfish Pasta, and Cajun Smoked Salmon Canapes. The event included a Read more
Proceeds from the sale of original artwork done by children at Alexander’s Purple and Gold Paint Party raised $260 for the Community School for the Arts’ I Wanna Be An Artist scholarship fund. The fund helps young artists attend camps, classes and workshops offered by the Community School for the Arts and the Arts Council Read more
Alexander’s is proud to participate in the first annual Freedom Day USA on Thursday, Sept. 12, one day after the nation mourns the losses of 9/11. Freedom Day USA was conceived as a way for businesses and communities to honor and remember fallen military members by saying thank you to active and retired military.
The Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank sends many thanks to our Alexander’s community for the generous response to both Trevor’s City Wide Food Drive and the summer campaign, “Check out hunger.” Alexander’s gave the most in donations during the latter, which raised important summer funds for the local charity. In addition, you filled an orange barrel for the 10-year-old boy with terminal cancer whose wish was to feed the hungry.