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|Cultura welcomes Hayden|
Cultura Book club held the January meeting in the home of Mary Reed on Arlington Place, in West Monroe. Hostesses with Reed were Sue Crew and Doris Edwards.
Guest speaker was Mona Hayden, editor of the monthly magazine Louisiana Road Trips. Hayden explained that the magazine is distributed free, but home delivery is available.
Supported entirely by its advertisers, Louisiana Road Trips reaches about 52,000 people. Hayden credited the magazine's success to its writers.
She stated that the writers are, in many cases, well-known in their own right. For instance, Shellie Tomlinson, of "All Things Southern," and Lee Estes, noted photographer and author, are regular contributors.
The January issue of Louisiana Road Trips is the most popular of the year, Hayden stated, because it reports on "The Best of 2008," readers' selections of the best in 24 categories, ranging from bookstores to restaurants.
Sue Drewitt, club president, conducted the business session. Emma Burkett read a favorite poem, "My Shadow," by Robert Louis Stevenson. Christmas service projects at Grace Place, including the adoption of a family, were reported as being very successful.
Sue Greer, project chairman, stated that the club's contribution to the Blessed Mustard Seed Babies' Home, an orphanage in Hoima Uganda, had been made.