If you are familiar with the NOELA Newsletter or NOELA Magazine you already know NOELA Services. If you’re not familiar with either of these publications, I hope you’ll get to know us.
Since July, 2009, NOELA (New Orleans East LA) Services has been devoted to promoting positive images of the East, through stories and ads about businesses, people and places found in the East. Many of those stories, including advice by local medical, security, environmental and financial experts and consumer watchdogs, were found on the previous NOELANews.com website, and while some of that prior content will be brought back, you will also see new content here. Continue reading “Welcome to NOELA Services!”→
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has announced a two-year $420,000 grant to Delgado Community College. The grant comes through the NASA Minority University Research and Education Program (MUREP) under its Innovations in Space Technology Curriculum (MISTC) initiative.
The grant will assist Delgado in preparing students for future employment at NASA, with an emphasis on advanced manufacturing in space applications. The award enables eligible Delgado students to receive up to $5,000 in direct scholarships to take three newly created classes over three semesters beginning in spring 2020. The new classes are offered within the Computer Aided Design and Drafting Department at the Delgado Sidney Collier Site, which is located in New Orleans City Council District E—also the location of the NASA Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans East. Read more.
In September 2009, Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank held its Grand Reopening in New Orleans East. At the time, Retail Manager Betty Brown was among the bank’s staff who worked tirelessly to integrate the bank and its operations into the New Orleans East community. In addition to supporting the NOELA Newsletter, by advertising and distributing copies of the NOELA Magazine, the bank hosted numerous community events at its 5530 Crowder Blvd. location.
Today, the bank, now called simply Fidelity Bank, continues to have a strong relationship with the community, nurtured by current Assistant Vice President and Financial Center Leader Anthony Bridges. Bridges has been employed with Fidelity Bank for three years, starting in the New Orleans Central Business District location, which he managed for two years. Continue reading “Fidelity Bank: Community banking at its best”→
The krewe expects to have more than 200 riders on more than 15 floats, says krewe captain Zenia Smith. Its route will go from Bullard Avenue and Lake Forest Boulevard to Read Boulevard and end at Joe Brown Park. Read more.