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CAET will move from Fondren into the larger quarters, expanding to 10,000 square feet from the current 2,000.
The Canadian Association for Enterostomal Therapy (CAET) is a not-for-profit association promoting high nursing standards for the care of wound, ostomy and continence patients.
His first novel, Caet e s (1933), was written in the mid-1920s and was published after the vivid style and sardonic tone of one of his official reports had won him national attention.
The day before the wedding a bridesmaids' luncheon was held at Caet in Fondren.
"The event has certainly brought out a lot of new people to district," said Russell, who serves as general manager of soon-to-be-opened wine bar Caet. "Once they get here, they find out how nice it is."
The theme was the brainchild of Jennifer Emerson, who along with her husband Derek owns Walker's Drive-In, Local 463, and CAET restaurants.
Opening soon in the Duling Building, just around the corner from Walker's Drive-In, is Caet, a wine and "small plates" bistro offering relaxed conversation and delectable bites.