LUPUS Monthly Meeting

May 16 @ 6:00 pm 7:00 pm CDT

Meet us there May 16th 6pm Girard Park 4 A’s Sisters Lupus Club Monthly Meeting with Guest Speaker Dr. Dr. Winford Amos Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor Mental Health.

Bring a friend with you. Questions and answers allowed.

Brenda Andrus is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Also, if and when you have some free time please log on www.lupus.org for their upcoming Virtual Lupus Summit.

Topic: 4-A’s Sisters Club (Lupus) w/ Dr. Winford Amos

Time: May 16, 2024 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us05web.zoom.us/j/83166649987…

Meeting ID: 831 6664 9987

Passcode: 7wqJdB

Refreshments afterwards.

Busy 🐝

Brenda Andrus

337-258-1666

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Girard Park

500 Girard Park Dr
Lafayette , Louisiana 70503

Meet Carol A George-Perry

4 A’s Sisters Lupus Club recognize our March monthly Lupus Warriors. Meet Mrs. Carol A George-Perry who was diagnosed at 16 yrs old. This was late 80s when there was very little research on lupus. She had to move to Houston to seek treatment. The diagnosis turned her active lifestyle upside down.

Carol was told she should never have kids. She was told that pregnancy could kill her. Lupus didn’t know she had a praying grandmother. She has 4 beautiful sons. They were all healthy.

At age 52, Carol have now lived with Lupus longer than she has lived without. Carol have had some really difficult times. She always push through. Carol never succumb to the pain.

Carol is fortunate to live in NC now. She receives her care at Duke Rheumatology. She has been able to get off most of her medications. Only have an infusion monthly.

Quote, “I am happily married to my best friend. I love to travel”. She’s currently a Dental Territory Manager for a Federal Dental Plan.

Help us show Carol some πŸ’•

3RD ANNUAL LUPUS WALK

May 11 @ 9:00 am 1:00 pm CDT

$25.00 Registration Fee

More than just a walk! Join the the 4 A Sister’s Club as they fight to end LUPUS!

This volunteer-led experience unites the community to remember loved ones lost to LUPUS, celebrate LUPUS survivors, and raise funds to improve the lives of people and their loved ones with LUPUS through advocacy and patient support.

You can join us Saturday, May 11, 2024 at 9am at the GIRARD PARK in Lafayette, Louisiana as we demonstrate together that we are all united in our fight against LUPUS.

100% of funds raised by participants directly support 4 A’s Sister’s Club to end LUPUS.

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Girard Park

500 Girard Park Dr
Lafayette , Louisiana 70503

Brenda Andrus

337-258-1666

View Organizer Website

Anazia Andrus-Sam

205-602-0323

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Meet Carl Tart

4 A’s Sisters Lupus Club February’s Spotlight Carl Tart this month Lupus Warriors. Carl was diagnosed with lupus in 1995 when he was 14. Lupus stopped his athletic career and it causes him to have seizures and organ problems.

He’s originally from Connecticut but lives in South Carolina now. Dallas Cowboys Fan! NY Yankees fan! Phoenix Suns fan and the color of their jerseys is purple, lol.

He love kids, loves watching sports and really loves watching old school boxers like Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali. Carl works as a cook, he enjoys freestyle wrestling, he enjoys MMA, loves fitness training and lately he’s been utilizing a lot of vegan methods. Show Carl some love and let him know we are here for him all the time.

Meet Delebra Hudson

Delebra Hudson is a Louisiana native that is a passionate lupus advocate and public speaker dedicated to raising awareness and empowering those affected by this chronic autoimmune disease. Having personally battled lupus for 18 years , Delebra Hudson understands the physical and emotional challenges faced by individuals and their families. With a deep commitment to making a difference, I actively engage in community outreach programs, support groups, and educational initiatives to provide valuable information and support to those living with lupus. Through her compelling personal story and expert knowledge, Delebra Hudson aims to inspire hope and resilience in others facing similar struggles.

As a dynamic public speaker, Delebra Hudson has delivered impactful presentations at various local events, and shares her journey advocating for improved healthcare services, research funding, and patient rights. Delebra is also the founder of the Power of Purple a Lupus awareness event held in August. Delebra is also the Founder of the 1st annual Lupus Awareness Butterfly Ball held on January 27 th.

Delebra is also creating a foundation that honors all of her family members that have and had lupus and enjoys giving back to the comnunity.Delebra’s ability to connect with diverse audiences through authenticity, compassion, and unwavering determination sparks inspiration and ignites positive change. Whether it’s speaking on topics such as self-care strategies, navigating the healthcare system, or fostering a supportive lupus community, Delebra Hudson leaves a lasting impression with their words of encouragement, practical advice, and infectious optimism. My mission is to break down barriers, challenge societal misconceptions about lupus, and ensure that every person affected by this condition feels heard, understood, and empowered to live their best life.

Meet Sheree Taylor

Sheree Taylor is the Founder of Taylor Consulting Solutions, LLC.

Her experience includes working as the
Assistant Director/Childcare Coordinator of Help Me Grow Alabama. She has over 10 years of experience
in educational outreach in Nutrition, early care education and chronic disease management. Sheree has
served on several coalitions at the grassroots level while managing grant dollars to enhance the quality
of life of Alabamians on health initiatives during her time with Auburn University. Sheree has served as a
Regional director over several counties for equitable neighborhood initiatives in Alabama.

Sheree holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition & Foods from Jacksonville State University and a
Masters of Adult Education from Auburn University. Sheree is a certified Senior Diabetes
educator/facilitator from the University of Chicago in Illinois). She holds several certifications in the
areas of Sports Nutrition, Extension, and Nutrition and Wellness. Through her experiences, she has
gained knowledge in assisting communities in reaching their goals through building partnerships,
curriculum development, developing publications and articles for academia, promoting family, and
community engagement using strategic planning and professional development.


Sheree enjoys watching football, crafting and most of all spending time with her family and friends
making memories. Sheree has served her community volunteering with youth sports organizations as a
board member and she is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. A service to all mankind.

Meet Sheree Taylor at this month’s

Monthly Lupus Meeting

Meet Alzina Burrell Dural

The 4A’s Sisters Club 2023 Grand Marshal at our 2nd Annual End Lupus Walk May 27th 9am Girard Park Lafayette, La. Alzina Burrell Dural is Lupus Warrior here in our city. A go get her, never stop, keep moving, Community Activist in the State of Louisiana. Lupus since 2011, Retired with LCG, Owner of Season the Green Leaf πŸƒ Sits on many Local, City and State Boards. A daughter, wife, sister mother, aunt, friend, etc. PS-Community Activist. Show your πŸ’˜! We thank you for all you do for others.