Today the last of the nineteen hundred evacuees left in the Jewella Shelter in Shreveport headed back south as the shelter is standing down it's operations. The last of Hurricane Isaac evacuees who stayed here in Jewella Shelter loaded up they're belongings in their personal vehicles and on buses to take the long ride south. The residents were eager to go home despite not knowing the conditions of their homes. But a special donation made the trip a bit more enjoyable for many. Each family received a one hundred dollar bill from the Northpoint United Methodist Church in Shreveport. "Right now I'm feeling blessed, and highly favored by God in spite of, in spite of the storm," said storm victim Tasha Johnson who lives in LaPlace. Sandy Davis, Director of Caddo-Bossier Office of Homeland Security says they can now stand down operation of the Jewella Shelter because of the opening of several shelters in South Louisiana.