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Wednesday, January 31 2018

On Sunday the 21st of January, Jon received a call from The White House, the caller stated, “ The President would like to meet you in DC, would you be interested?”  Jon jokingly said, “ He would check his schedule!” And then of course said he would be honored to be there. As you can imagine it was the longest week of our lives. We wanted so badly to tell our family and friends, but “The White House” asked us to keep it confidential. And when the President asks you to keep it quiet, you do! Lol... Days before our flight it started to weigh on our hearts that we would be representing so many people who gave so much; time, love, compassion, and effort to help so many. What kept coming to mind for me was the women who just showed up at Costco the week of Harvey to help. These ladies worked tirelessly, dispatching, directing, taking calls continuously, and loading boats and trailers full the supplies being donated from our Baton Rouge community. Let’s just say “The Ladies of Cajun Navy 2016” are awesome! There are endless stories of people in our community stepping up to help others, it was truly the Lord at work. What happened during Harvey proved citizens helping citizens works. There truly are people who just want to help others. Numerous groups and individuals showed what can be accomplished by the hands of many! We certainly knew going to DC would be an honor, but we had no idea how humbling it would be. We spent 12 hours with some truly amazing people and heroes! The most touching moment for me was a conversation I had with Otto Warmbier’s father. If you don’t know his story look it up. After everything his family has been through, it was so moving to hear him say he still had hope! We are leaving DC with hearts filled with love and hope for our great country! 

Thank you and God Bless! 

Laurie Bridgers 

 

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Friday, January 19 2018

Cajun Navy 2016 is a Nonprofit Corp committed to citizen lead search and water rescue. Everyday men and women using their own boats and assets to save others. If you would like to become a member visit our website @ www.cajunnavy2016.org and fill out the Volunteer form.

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Friday, January 19 2018

The water is gone but the destruction is still visible. Texas has a long road ahead of them. Please keep them in your prayers. Check out Cajun Navy 2016 @ www.cajunnavy2016.org

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Thursday, January 18 2018

  It's a new year and Cajun Navy 2016 is looking for members. We are forming an official SAR"search and rescue"Team. This will keep us active year round and not just during historic flooding. We currently have individuals with K9s, medics, LEOs, firemen, sonar specialists, underwater recovery, drones, cook teams and of course boats. Sign up. We would love to have you. Go to www.cajunnavy2016.org, click volunteer and fill out the application. God Bless!

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    About us

    Cajun Navy 2016 is based out of south Louisiana in Watson in the heart of cajun country. We are excited to be launching our new website, and our customer feedback has been super! Thank you for visiting, and we look forward to seeing you again and again!

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