Presented by the Louisiana State Society
Centenary ~ LSU ~ La Tech ~ Loyola ~ McNeese ~ NSU ~ Tulane ~ ULL ~ ULM ~ UNO


About Us

About the LSS
The Louisiana State Society of Washington, D.C. is a social and philanthropic organization of native and adopted Louisianans living in our nation's capital. Membership is open to any Louisiana native or aficionado with an interest in good times, great people, and the unique culture and way of life we miss.

About the DC LCC
The largest crawfish boil east of Louisiana all started 15 years ago. Hosting a crawfish boil 1,500 miles from home is extremely expensive. In 2003, due to high costs and poor productions, LSU, ULM, UNO, and NSU, decided to pool our resources so we could host a better quality event for our members. By doing so, and contributing an annual membership start up fee, the big alumni chapters were able to supply the ticket numbers while hosting an event for far less money. Like wise, by joining resources with the larger chapters, the smaller chapters were able to create an official Washington, DC chapter while hosting a boil up here for their alums at a minimum cost. Interesting enough, we were in the red for the first DC LCC boil, barely consuming 300 lbs of crawfish, and unable to float two kegs. Fast forward through 15 highly successful years, along with the addition of La Tech, Louisiana State Society, Loyola, McNeese, UL Lafayette, and Tulane, we have proudly created the largest crawfish boil east of the Florida Parishes with over 10,000 lbs, 50 kegs of beer, tons of jambalaya, live Louisiana band, and much, much, more. *All Louisiana alumni chapters are welcome to join.

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