The adult choir of First Baptist Church of Morgan City held a practice Dec. 1 for its upcoming Christmas program, How Great Our Joy cantata, which will be presented at 6 p.m. Sunday in the church’s sanctuary. First row, from left, are Sara Rush, Melody Turner, Sally Tullier, Fannie Jones, and director Sylvia Whiting. Second row, from left, Cathy Hadaway, Betty Patterson, Billie Plaisance, Peggy Tucker and Barbara Sandras. Third row, from left, Nathan Rush, Sherman Whiting, James Hadaway and L.J. Sandras. The public is invited. Choir members not pictured are George Hite, Maxine Hite, Nancy Pendas, Genevieve Michel and Danny Carl and Albert Pendas, technical support. (Submitted Photo)
The adult choir of First Baptist Church of Morgan City held a practice Dec. 1 for its upcoming Christmas program, How Great Our Joy cantata, which will be presented at 6 p.m.
Kaylee Robinson, left, looks over some of the items that Swiftships and others are shipping to Battle Company in Afghanistan where her husband, acting platoon Sgt. Joel Robinson, is serving a nine-month deployment. Swiftships spokeswoman Morgan Rhoades, right, is working with one of the boxes of supplies that will be sent in Project Comfort and Relief. (Daily Review Photo by Preston Gill)
More than a half ton of supplies were sent out of the Swiftships facilities Tuesday to Battle Company in Afghanistan in the first of what is expected to become monthly shipments dubbed Project Comf