Louisiana Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser has declared Ethan a Louisiana Ambassador. This recognition came from Ethan's humanitarian works for his dedication to bringing awareness to Louisiana's litter problem and for promoting the beautification of the state of Louisiana.
Louisiana Ambassador and recent Louisiana Tech graduate Ethan Jeffus partnered with State Farm agent Kim Dupree and the LA Tech tennis club to host a salute to first responders. Jeffus along with his partners baked homemade cookies and bought treats to give to Ruston first responders.
Louisiana ranks in the top five states with the highest rates of food insecurity and poverty. Ethan Jeffus, a student at Louisiana Tech, sought out to fight those numbers almost a year ago by opening the first of many little food pantries across north Louisiana.
Ethan met with Louisiana Tech University President Dr. Les Guice to discuss the importance of civic engagement and what could be done to emphasize that importance to college-aged students. Since this meeting, Ethan will now work alongside students and faculty to create a civic action plan for the university.
Advocating against hunger insecurity is a passion Ethan continues to hold close. During his time in Baton Rouge, he went on a tour of the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank which distributes food to area pantries in the 11 surrounding capital parishes.
To bring awareness and signify the success of Love the Boot week, Mayor Ronny Walker, City of Ruston issued a proclamation declaring Love the Boot week to acknowledge the efforts of Ethan and the community to clean up the community of Ruston.
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