Which chamber of the Louisiana Legislature knows our state the best?
We will find out at the first House vs. Senate “Family Feud” face-off during Bowties for Babies: A Southern Style Soiree for Life, just a week away at the Capitol Park Museum in Baton Rouge. Senators Ryan Gatti, Beth Mizell, and Mike Walsworth will square off in a friendly, lighthearted competition against Representatives Frank Hoffman, Katrina Jackson, and Julie Stokes to see which chamber reigns supreme.
Each team will include three Legislators, and teams will score points based on their answers to questions focusing on Louisiana trivia. Teams will also receive points based on the number of colleague attending the event to cheer them on.
Have you made plans to attend? If not, you still have time! Not only will the event feature this fun “Family Feud” event, guests will also hear from actor/producer/businessman Nick Loeb, who will make a special appearance and speak briefly about the new movie “Roe v Wade,” which will be filmed in Baton Rouge and star Jon Voight, Stephen Baldwin, and Stacey Dash. Loeb is one of the producers and financers of the movie, described as “the real untold story of how people lied; how the media lied; and how the courts were manipulated to pass a law that has since killed over 60 million Americans.”
Bowties for Babies is Tuesday, April 17, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Capitol Park Museum, located across the street from the state Capitol. It is a reception-style event that will also feature live music by the Big Easy Jazz Band, delicious food, a silent auction and a live painting by Baton Rouge artist Stephanie Torregrossa. It will also be a time to honor the 2018 Leadership for Life Award winner, A. Hays Town Jr. All proceeds benefit the Louisiana Right to Life Advertise for Life project.