Representing the Red Ribbon Committee, front, from left, are Corey Burgess, DARE officer; Kimberlyn Gibson, school resource officer; Karla Cornes, school resource officer; Liska Kemp, committee member; Herman Hartman, Red Ribbon president; and Marshal Kenny Duval, committee member. Front, from left, are Gidget Everitt, at-risk interventionist; Lena Henry, school resource officer; Donna Meyer, St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce president; and Brenda Liner, St. Mary Outreach.
(Submitted Photo)

Red Ribbon Week is set to finish this weekend with a “Parade of Schools” and “Zoo-to-Boo Family Fun Day” Saturday.
The Chitimacha Fire Department visited with toddlers and Head Start children at the West End Library Branch in Baldwin to help promote home and personal safety during National Fire Prevention Month in October. Fire Chief Billy Mora, Capt.
The St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce sponsored a Business After Hours and Harvest Moon Festival Kick-off Party at the Teche Theatre for the Performing Arts Thursday. Participants enjoyed food and drinks provided by several local vendors as well as live entertainment.

Representing the Red Ribbon Committee, front, from left, are Corey Burgess, DARE officer; Kimberlyn Gibson, school resource officer; Karla Cornes, school resource officer; Liska Kemp, committee member; Herman Hartman, Red Ribbon president; and Marshal Kenny Duval, committee member. Front, from left, are Gidget Everitt, at-risk interventionist; Lena Henry, school resource officer; Donna Meyer, St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce president; and Brenda Liner, St. Mary Outreach.
(Submitted Photo)

Morgan City High School library project winding down

Mike Hudson with Library Interiors installed shelves in the library at Morgan City High School on Tuesday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Furniture installation continues, and $50,000 in new books are scheduled to arrive Friday as the $3.55 million library construction project at Morgan City High School winds down.

Diocese honors Holy Cross teacher

Sherrel Landry, a Pre-K3 teacher at Holy Cross Elementary, was named a 2014 Inspirational Teacher of the Year by Catholic Schools Office of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux. From left are Bishop Shelton Fabre; Landry; Bill Barbera, chief financial officer and vice-president of Community Bank, which donated the $500 award; and Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux Superintendent of Schools Marian Fertitta.
(Submitted Photo)

Holy Cross Pre-K3 teacher Sherrel Landry was recognized as a 2014 Inspirational Teacher of the Year by the Catholic Schools Office of the Houma-Thibodaux Diocese.

Fallen warrior photos needed

The Fallen Warriors Memorial is to be completed by Veterans Day. The memorial is to be located on the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium grounds.
(Submitted Photo)

Nineteen photos of fallen warriors are sought for the Fallen Warriors Memorial book to be completed by the Nov. 11 unveiling and dedication, Terry Mayon Sr., project co-chairman, said.

Rainy Monday at Bayou Vista Elementary

Stephanie LaCoste, a Bayou Vista Elementary School crossing guard, met students after school with an umbrella during afternoon showers on Monday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Stephanie LaCoste, a Bayou Vista Elementary School crossing guard, met students after school with an umbrella during afternoon showers on Monday.

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Sports

Central Catholic High School defeated Lafayette Christian, 17-7 Thursday in District 7-1A action in Morgan City. The Eagles’ Stefano Guarisco, above with the football, took over at quarterback for Blake Byrne after Byrne went out of the game with an injury, according to Central Catholic coach Tommy Minton. The Eagles will return to action Oct. 31 when they host Metairie Park Country Day
for homecoming. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)

Central Catholic honored its seniors before Thursday night’s game and head coach Tommy Minton said all of them contributed to the Eagles’ hard-fought 17-7 win against Lafayette Christian Academy.

Lifestyle

Iris Roy serves as Louisiana Garden Club treasurer, as well as Patterson Garden Club treasurer. She was in charge of the Ways and Means raffle for the district.
(Submitted Photo)

Patterson Garden Club members attended the Louisiana Garden Club Federation District III meeting Oct. 14, hosted by the St. Martinville Garden Club.

Obituaries

Randy J. Adams

Randy J. Adams, 57, a resident of Berwick, passed away Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014, at Teche Regional Medical Center.

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