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CCT Meetings

The CCT Board meets at 6pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month at Deutsches Haus (off Airline in Metaire) and meetings are open to members and people interested in joining. The Haus usually offers a plate dinner for about $5. German beer will be available at a good price. Please contact us if you plan to attend in case of meeting date changes and so we can provide The Haus with a meal head count.

We also meet at Noon on "Tiger Tuesday" (which is EVERY Tuesday) at Mike Serio's Deli on St. Charles Ave 1 block off Canal St. near Common. Stop by and try the muffaletta that won the Bobby Flay Throwdown and talk about the Tigers!


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LSUSports.net Headline News

Lightning Forces Spring Game Indoors; White Wins, 26-7
BATON ROUGE -- With four minutes left in the first half, the 2017 National L Club Spring Game was moved indoors due to lightning near in Tiger Stadium with the Purple leading White, 7-3.
Beach Volleyball Falls To FIU In Semifinals At CCSA's
BATON ROUGE, La. The No. 7-ranked LSU beach volleyball team falls in the semifinals to Florida International.
Cherry, Mitchell-Blake Headline Alumni Gold
BATON ROUGE Michael Cherry won the men's 400-meter dash with a personal best of 44.77 seconds in his season-opening race before Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake claimed the men's 200 meters with a time of 20.15 in his season opener to highlight Saturday's LSU Alumni Gold held at the Bernie Moore Track Stadium.
Gallagher Posts 2-Under on Day 2 of SEC Women's Golf
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. LSU's Kathleen Gallagher posted a five-birdie round of 2-under 70 on Saturday in the SEC Women's Championship at the Greystone Country Club Legacy Course.
Softball Falls to Tennessee, 6-4
BATON ROUGE, La. In a wild first inning that saw a combined six runs scored, the No. 16 LSU softball team once again had the lead over No. 11 Tennessee, but the Volunteer offense would not quit and turned a two-run deficit into a two run lead by scoring four unanswered runs in an eventual 6-4 win over the Tigers to claim the series.

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