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Info about Kenner and Metairie
      Thu Sep 01 2005 04:43 PM

I've got relatives who live in Kenner and Métairie. I'm living in France and I didn't manage to reach them by phone. Can anyone help me? I feel really desperate not having news from them? Some of them live in Chateau Magdelaine (Kenner) and the others near Métairie Avenue. I would like to know if they are safe, if they still have their house.... I really need help.
All the French are with you and think of you. God bless you all
Céline

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