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Hurricane Katrina / Road to Recovery / Mississippi / Catholic Schools #802375

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 07, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Pascagoula, Mississippi: Beth Nissen) The recovery of Pascagoula, Mississippi, after Hurricane Katrina featured; scenes shown of the damages from winds & water; details given of the local problems in dealing with supplies & FEMA. [Police OFFICIAL - comments on the devastation & the relief supplies; states we will rebuild over time.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The return of displaced students to school in other states noted.

(Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Delia Gallagher) The future for the 108 Catholic schools of New Orleans examined; scenes shown from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, of the meeting of the staff of the St. Elizabeth school. [Teachers Charlotte RIZZO†, Ann GOGARTY†, New Orleans superintendent Father William MAESTRI†, mother Gaynell GAINES†- comment on the school situation.] [MAESTRI - shows where portable classroom could be set up.]

Brown, Aaron;
Nissen, Beth;
Gallagher, Delia

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