How to Help With Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office Deputy Parker Vaughan’s Recovery
On Saturday, April 31, 2018, Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office Deputy Parker Vaughan was in an accident while riding his motorcycle on Ryan Street in Lake Charles, LA. The deputy sustained serious injuries and was transported to a Lafayette area hospital.
There has now been a GoFundMe campaign as well as a blood drive setup for him to help with medical bills and his recovery.
The blood drive is tomorrow, Tuesday, April 4 at the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s office on Broad Street from10 am till 6 pm.
Address: 5400 Broad St, Lake Charles, LA 70615 – Click or tap here for directions.
The GoFundMe campaign was posted to the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office Facebook page and has already surpassed the $10,000 goal, however, donations can still be made through the campaign.
Click or tap here to visit the GoFundMe Campaign.
The GoFundMe Campaign can also be found on the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s office Facebook post below.
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?”