The Only Supermoon of 2017
On Sunday, December 3 going into Monday, December 4 of 2017 we got a beautiful view of the only Supermoon to occur this year. A Supermoon is when our Moon reaches it’s closest distance to Earth while there is also a full Moon. This makes the Moon appear to be slightly larger in the sky than usual.
While the Southwest Louisiana weather didn’t make for great viewing of the only Supermoon of the year, I was still able to get a few photos through the clouds.
Not your typical bear hunt. No weapons are needed for this bear hunt, only eyes, and maybe a smartphone.
The Calcasieu Parish feeding program will begin again on April 1, 2020. Starting April 1, the feeding program will change to providing five breakfasts and five lunches to take home for the week.
We have seen this question asked in several local groups “Why is everyone on unemployment getting an additional $600 during the COVID-19 pandemic even if they didn’t normally make that amount while working?”