A NOLA girl, I recently moved to Covington and couldn’t be more excited for my historic home, the walkable community and the natural surroundings. Growing up, I always loved Covington because of its sense of history and the wonderful times I shared with my godparents, who lived on South America Street.
I attended Washington and Lee in Lexington, Virginia, a town I loved at first sight. When I returned to New Orleans a few years after graduating, Covington started calling my name, and I obliged.
Covington has a true sense of place, and I’m lucky to be part of it.
– Sarah H. Centorino, The New Orleans 100