The Baton Rouge Area Foundation is governed by directors who are appointed for three-year terms. Members may serve two consecutive terms after which they must rotate off for at least one year. The Board has fifteen at-large directors elected by the members. The immediate past Board Chair serves as a member of the Executive Committee and member of the Board, as does the Chief Executive Officer of the Foundation. Founding Chair John W. Barton Sr. has a permanent seat as Chair Emeritus on the Board and its Executive Committee.
Members of the Baton Rouge Area Foundation provide the resources that drive the administrative activities and leadership programs they undertake on an annual basis. Without membership dues the staff could not continue to provide the support that they offer to both the nonprofit agencies and their donors.
... East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana is named for the largest city therein and the state capitol, Baton Rouge ... The name Baton Rouge is French for "red stick" ... Eddy, the first cattleman in the area Eddy County, North Dakota Ezra B ...
... contest between the two schools since 1935, when LSU defeated Auburn 6-0 in Baton Rouge ... LSU leads the series in games played in Baton Rouge and Montgomery, Alabama, with a 15–5–1 and 2–0 record, respectively ... Generally speaking, games in Baton Rouge tend to be in October, while games in Auburn have been in September ...
... BTA # Basic Trading Area MTA # Major Trading Area 1 Aberdeen, South Dakota 27 Minneapolis—St ... El Paso—Albuquerque 9 Alexandria, Louisiana 29 New Orleans—Baton Rouge 10 Allentown—Bethlehem—Easton, Pennsylvania 30 New York 11 Alpena, Michigan 13 Detroit 12 Altoona, Pennsylvania 35 ... Montana 43 Spokane—Billings 42 Biloxi—Gulfport—Pascagoula, Mississippi 29 New Orleans—Baton Rouge 43 Binghamton, New York 30 New York 44 ...
... International Airport P-N 179,129 Baton Rouge BTR BTR KBTR Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport (Ryan Field) P-S 382,687 Lafayette LFT LFT KLFT Lafayette Regional Airport P-N 220,211 Lake Charles LCH ... LS14 Lyon Airport (formerly public-use, FAA 3L0) Notable former airports Baton Rouge EBR Downtown Airport (closed 1976) Haynesville 5F3 Haynesville Airport (closed 2006) Houma 3L1 Charlie Hammonds ...
... Coordinates 30°27′2.32″N 91°11′13.11″W / 30.4506444°N 91.186975°W / 30.4506444 -91.186975. ...
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