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Head Start, Breast Cancer awareness

St. Mary Community Action Agency Head Start students made “Healing Hands” banners in support of Head Start Awareness and Breast Cancer Awareness month. On Thursday, there was an official dedication to the radiation and cancer departments of Teche Regional Medical Center. One student from each center along with his father or father figure was selected to dedicate the banner to the hospital. From left, holding the banner, are David Teno, fatherhood coordinator and Jeff Beverly, director for St. Mary Community Action. From left, back row, are Debby Acosta, Oncologics Cancer Center; Marvin Young III, Baby Bear Head Start; Guy Jones Sr., Yogi Bear Head Start; Jamal Hartman, Cinderella Head Start; Ronald Billiot Jr., Tweety Bird Head Start; and Sabrina Roy, Teche Regional Medical Center. From left, front row, are James Young, Guy Jones Jr., Jamal Hartman Jr., and Ronald Billiot III.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thlelepape)

St. Mary Community Action Agency Head Start students made “Healing Hands” banners in support of Head Start Awareness and Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Kiwanis Club Election Day food drive

The Daily Review’s Thursday edition included a paper bag for the East St. Mary Kiwanis Election Day Food Drive. Recipients are asked to fill the bag with food and leave it at their polling place Tuesday. If the bag has been misplaced, any other bag will do. Kiwanians at The Daily Review, from left, are club members Bernadine Morgan, Cal Carrier, Judy Kraemer and Jason Watson; Olivia Kraemer, Berwick Key Club member; and Mickey Fabre, president-elect.
(The Daily Review Photo)

The Daily Review’s Thursday edition included a paper bag for the East St. Mary Kiwanis Election Day Food Drive.

2nd oldest city building to be restored

Deborah Price has helped organize efforts to save and restore the Gathright House in Morgan City. The house’s origins have been traced to the 1850s.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

A group of residents plan to restore the second oldest building in the city and turn the building into a museum, and have a fundraising campaign for the project starting in January.

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St. Mary Now & Franklin Banner-Tribune

Franklin Banner-Tribune
P.O. Box 566, Franklin, LA 70538
Phone: 337-828-3706
Fax: 337-828-2874

Morgan City Daily Review
P.O. Box 948, Morgan City, LA 70381
Phone: 985-384-8370
Fax: 985-384-4255

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