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There are roughly 540 LearnPads in St. Mary Parish classrooms and that number will nearly triple in the coming school year if $450,000 of previously dedicated funds are released during the school board’s meeting today.

During the final game of Patterson High School-based Frank’s Agency’s Swampland League season last month, plaques were given to graduates who earned Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 3A honorable mention All-State honors in softball or baseball. Rachel Easley was given the award for softball, while Spencer Landry earned the honor for baseball. From left are former head softball coach Coby Minton, Easley, Landry and head baseball coach Ryan Jensen. The duo also was honored as Academic All-State athletes in volleyball and football, respectively, during the school year. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Patterson High School)

The annual Pink Ladies Auxiliary Luncheon was held recently to honor the volunteers for their service to Franklin Foundation Hospital and the community.

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During the final game of Patterson High School-based Frank’s Agency’s Swampland League season last month, plaques were given to graduates who earned Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 3A honorable mention All-State honors in softball or baseball. Rachel Easley was given the award for softball, while Spencer Landry earned the honor for baseball. From left are former head softball coach Coby Minton, Easley, Landry and head baseball coach Ryan Jensen. The duo also was honored as Academic All-State athletes in volleyball and football, respectively, during the school year. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Patterson High School)

Jammin’ at the Gallery showcases parish gifted and talented students

M.D. Shannon Elementary fourth grader Kora McCorkle sings during Saturday’s “Jammin’ at the Gallery” in front of the Everett Street Art Gallery in Morgan City.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

St. Mary Parish students ranging from elementary to high school performed monologues, songs and poetry at Saturday’s Jammin’ at the Gallery event outside of the Everett Street Gallery.

Famous Chef Supper celebrates 25 years

From left, are Patrick Poupart, pastry chef at Pouparts Bakery in Lafayette, and his son, Aaron Poupart, talk with Susan Aucoin of Morgan City as Poupart serves herb, pumpernickel and sourdough breads during the 25th annual Famous Chef Supper held Sunday night in Morgan City.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

Sunday’s Famous Chef Supper fundraiser for Central Catholic High School held at the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium marked the 25th anniversary of the event that featured the dishes of six differe

Donation helping Marine Training Center

The H&B Young Foundation donated about five acres of land for the construction of a $3.7 million Marine Training Center facility at Young Memorial Campus. The donation, worth about $475,000, will satisfy the 12 percent matching funds requirement to get state funding. From left are foundation directors Emile Wagner, Gwen Ross and Brenda Ayo with college director Earl Meador.
(The Daily Review Photo by Preston Gill)

The Young Memorial campus received a donation of about five acres of land to build a new 42,000-square-foot facility housing 16 classrooms for the Marine Training Center to replace temporary buildi

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Dr. Thomas “Tommy” Casanova waves to LSU Tiger fans as his jersey --- No. 37 --- is retired during ceremonies in Tiger Stadium. On the field with their dad are son Dominick, left, and daughter Lauren. Also pictured is LSU Director of Athletics Joe Alleva, right. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Gail Chisum, Tiger Rag)

LSU’s cover boy is still living the good life — more or less.

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Stephen Fromenthal and Mariah Loupe
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Mr. and Mrs. Michael Loupe of Morgan City wish to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mariah Claire Loupe, to Stephen Thomas Fromenthal, son of Mr. and Mrs.

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