A Social Studies Fair was held at Holy Cross Elementary School on Feb. 3. More than 60 projects by Holy Cross fourth, fifth, and sixth graders were entered, and nine projects were chosen to represent Holy Cross Elementary at the Regional Social Studies Fair at Nicholls State University. Chosen as Nicholls winners were, front row, fourth graders Emily Lipari, Sophie Webster, Mary Brinkley and Katelyn Breaux. Middle row, Anna Vaccarella, fifth grade; Charlotte Callais, fourth grade; Rhett Thomas, fourth grade; and Nicholas Percle, fifth grade.
The Krewe of Dionysus presented King and Queen Dionysus XXXVI Mike Thomas and Tamera Thomas at its annual ball Saturday at the Berwick Civic Complex. In keeping with the theme “A Party on Mount Olympus,” the king represented Zeus and the queen was Hera. Krewe members will parade 2 p.m. Saturday, in Bayou Vista. Members of the Krewe of Hannibal will participate in the Dionysus parade.
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Eustis Engineering workers take soil borings on La. 70 by Lake End Park Wednesday. The work is part of the stability analysis required by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development and FEMA in order to eventually raise the highway to make it part of Morgan City’s levee system, St. Mary Levee District Executive Director Tim Matte said.
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Mrs. Ed Leonard and Dr. Thomas Birriel were presented as Krewe of Galatea Queen and King XLVI during the krewe’s annual tableau held Saturday at the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium. The women’s krewe presented “Festivals of Louisiana” as its theme. Krewe members will present a Mardi Gras parade at 2 p.m. Feb. 15 in Morgan City. Members of the children’s Krewe of Nike will parade with Galatea.
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Several Holy Cross Elementary sixth-graders from Jean Cantrell’s class were guests at the Morgan City Public Library Commission meeting. They discussed the Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Award books for grades 3-8. The students partnered with Morgan City Public Library to participate in the Center of the Book Program of the State Library. Its purpose is to foster a love of reading by motivating students to recognize outstanding books. The class read the 12 nominated books and will vote in February for their favorite book. Votes are forwarded to the State Library to determine awards.
The children’s Krewe of Nike held its “Nike Lands in Oz” tableau Saturday at the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium. Presented as Nike King and Queen XLIV were Brynin Potter and Symone Wiggins. Wiggins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jarrod Wiggins. Potter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Potter. Krewe members will parade at 2 p.m. Feb. 15 with the women’s Krewe of Galatea in Morgan City.
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On the 40th anniversary of the Krewe of Adonis, Keith Leonard and Mrs. Rob Radtke were presented as King and Queen Adonis XL during a tableau titled, “Galactic Adventures,” held Saturday at the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium. The men’s krewe will present the area’s only nighttime parade at 7 p.m. Feb. 13 in Morgan City.
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A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Tuesday for Peace by Piece, located at 619 Southeast Blvd in Bayou Vista. Among those present were, back row, Gean Nezat, Clifton Couture, chamber ambassador; Justin Gros, Ross Fruge, Jerry Barrilleaux, Kathleen Barrilleaux and Nadine Walker. Front row, are Edie Nezat, St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce ambassador; Emily Berry, chamber board member; Courtney Gros, employee; Lindsey Fruge, owner; Jarrod Longman, St.