Castille Appointed to Board of Governors of City Club of Baton Rouge

May 21, 2021

Taylor Porter Of Counsel Preston Castille has been appointed to the Board of Governors of the City Club of Baton Rouge, a downtown professional and social club that has enriched the lives of community leaders, business professionals, and families for 60 years. Castille is one of three new appointed board of governors members, in addition to Dennis Blunt, commercial litigation lawyer and partner at Phelps Dunbar; and Jake Forshag, financial professional at Penn Mutual.

Castille is Taylor Porter Of Counsel, President of Helix Community Schools, and BESE Member District 8. 

Taylor Porter attorneys have a long history of serving in leadership and board positions within the City Club. In 2017, Taylor Porter Of Counsel Jim Ellis served as President, preceded by former Taylor Porter Partner Clayton Johnson in 1988, and one of the firm’s original founders, Charles Porter, in 1958, also the City Club’s first President. Partner Anne Crochet is also currently serving as a board member (since 2019) and is the chair of the board’s Membership Services Committee.

Located downtown on the corner of 4th Street and North Boulevard, the
City Club of Baton Rouge boasts 14 meeting rooms, a second floor private ballroom and veranda accommodating up to 550 people. The third floor has private dining, a bar and board room. In 2013, the club completed an extensive interior and exterior renovation as well as a 2,000-square foot addition featuring a banquet-style kitchen, a Garden room, and an outdoor Patio overlooking downtown Baton Rouge. 

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