This is one of 25 eagles spotted by Eagle Expo participants during Saturday's boat tour along the Intracoastal Waterway.
The Daily Review/Bill Decker

Dozens of eager eagle-watchers flocked to Morgan City over the weekend. They wanted to see bald eagles, and they wanted to hear how bald eagles are doing. “Bald eagles are doing fine in Louisiana,” said Michael Seymour of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries at a Saturday morning seminar at the Petroleum Club.

Shelby Thibodeaux, at top, was awarded the Champion Percentage Boer Doe goat honors at the St. Mary Parish Junior Fair and Livestock Show. Below, Carlie Sauce won La. Bred Grand Champion Market Hog honors.

Supreme Outboard Service, at top, was joined by
St. Mary Chamber of Commerce representatives,
local public officials and guests to cut the ribbon at
their 1718 Main St. location in Franklin Thursday.
Owners Keth Parker, Andrea Dupre, Lloyd Gros and
Jennifer Gros said the business is a certified Mercury
and Yamaha service center, and also offers
parts, hi-performance gear and more. Their hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and
Saturday hours are seasonal. At bottom, the Arc of St.
Mary/Center of Hope held a ribbon cutting for the
grand opening of the Betty Verrett Vocational Training
Facility in Centerville on Wednesday. Local officials,
Chamber of Commerce members, friends,
family, clients and employees were on hand for the
occasion. Clients held fund raisers, selling raffle
tickets for more than 16 years, to raise the funds
required to build the new facility. Additional funding
was received from the parish. The facility is open
from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and
provides vocational training for individuals with
intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout
the parish. For more information, call (337) 836-
9445.

Roy hopes coffeehouse will make development perk up

Fred’s Plumbing Contractors owner Fred Robicheaux, far right, and employees Darrin Robicheaux, center, and Ricky Moreno, far left, inspect plumbing Tuesday after roughing in the concrete slab. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

CC’s Coffeehouse and Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt franchises are scheduled to open in Morgan City around April 1, pending all things construction-wise come together smoothly and in a timely manner.

Ku Klux Klan recruitment fliers found in Berwick

James Dawson, national director of the Patriotic Brigade Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, emailed The Daily Review the Klan recruitment flier that Dawson said was distributed in the Morgan City area on Christmas Eve.

A Ku Klux Klan group distributed recruitment fliers in Berwick on Christmas Eve to spread its message, which the group says is not about hate.

Correction

The last known address of Brock Broussard’s was incorrect in Friday’s newspaper. The Patterson Police Department sent a correction stating Broussard’s last address was at 905 First St.

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Sports

Hanson’s Casey Fitzgerald goes to the hoop for two of her game-high 31 points during Monday’s Division IV playoff game at Billy Gene Talbot Gymnasium.

Casey Fitzgerald and Carlie Pellerin combined for 49 points, leading the No. 7 seed Hanson Memorial Lady Tigers to a thrilling 71-40 Division IV second-round victory over the No.

Lifestyle

Adonis Crown Club members gathered for an annual dinner on Feb. 1 at the Petroleum Club of Morgan City. The club is composed of past queens and wives of past kings of the Krewe of Adonis. Special guests were Captain Keith Leonard, King and Queen Adonis XLII Jake Breaux and Carey Gaddis. Past queens also in attendance were, seated from left, Allie Hudson, guests Breaux, Gaddis and Leonard, and queens Sheila Adams and Yvonne Marcell. Standing from left are Frances Smith, Christie Dragna, Sherry Lester, Mena Leonard, Linda Bradley, Camille Izaguirre and JoAnne Radtke.
—Submitted Photos

The Adonis Crown Club gathered Feb. 1 for its annual dinner. The event was held at the Petroleum Club of Morgan City.

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