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Half Shell Oyster House Helps Those Impacted by Hurricane Laura

Half Shell Oyster House Lafayette’s General Manager, Aimee Pugh has partnered with Lafayette Women’s Chamber of Commerce and Avanti Senior Living to distribute cleaning supplies, dry goods, and meals to the Lake Charles Area Fire Departments. Half Shell Oyster House locations across the Southeast Gulf Coast are donation drop-off points for those wishing to help. The company’s distribution company, Coast Foods, will pick up donations throughout the week and transport them to the Half Shell Oyster House in Lafayette, LA.

All Gulf Coast Restaurant Group restaurants are collecting donations for the following items: trash bags, rakes, shovels, wheelbarrows, work gloves, bleach, toiletries, first aid items, cleaning supplies, disinfectant, towels, sponges, hand sanitizer, disposable gloves and masks, toilet paper, buckets, batteries. No donations of clothing or perishable items will be accepted.

Biloxi dropoff location:125 Lameuse St., Biloxi, MS 39530. Gulfport dropoff location: 2500 13th St., Gulfport, MS 39501. For a full list of locations for drop please visit

Collection begins Thursday, Sept. 10. Donations will be dropped off at the Half Shell Oyster House Lafayette every Monday and Thursday.


Written by Kelsey Griffin

Coastal Mississippi native, University of South Alabama alumni, avid animal lover and enthusiastic coffee consumer. My brand = I'm always busy.


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