Penny J. Hall running for District 4 Council seat
LAPLACE — Penny J. Hall said she is pleased and honored to announce her candidacy for St. John the Baptist Parish Council District 4
Hall moved to Laplace with her three kids in 2000. As a public servant for 20 years in Laplace, she works for Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans and HHS Behavioral Health in Laplace.
As a resident of Laplace, Hall is the wife of Devin Hall, mother of three, one deceased, grandmother of five girls and the daughter-in-law of the late Grady Hall, retired principal of Leon Godchaux.
After graduating from F.T. Nicholls High School in New Orleans, she went on to earn her bachelor in business administration and a master’s in business management.
Currently, she is the founder and president of the Distinguished Sister Organization for 14 years and a member of the Order of Eastern Stars.
Hall was the formal president of PHI BETA LAMDA, in 2012. She was the formal vic-president of education for Herzing Toast Master Organization in 2016, and then became the formal president of Toast Master Organization.
“In announcing my candidacy for the council, I relish the task of becoming the voice for the people and helping the people,” Hall said.
“My Stand for being a council member for the people and our community is to provide good Governance and respond and repent local views and concerns.”
Hall said she will take planning and priority seriously and enact policies and procedures and establish rules and regulations that enhance the quality of the community.
Hall states that she would like to continue to help with getting a levee for the people in the community. She would also like to introduce her ideas for the high water bills.
“I ask that the voters allow me to be their voice as I humbly seek support from the citizens of District 4 to vote for me, and let’s make a great difference together,” Hall said