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Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court Massabielle 1134, celebrated its 88th anniversary in August. During the August meeting, Court Massabielle recognized members with Years of Service Awards. From left are Frances Listi and Ina Miller, 25 years; and Regent Veronica Governale. Awarded for 50 years of service was Mary Lou Conrad. Court Massabielle members participate in activities in service to others in the community, promoting the CDA mission of unity and charity. The organization meets the third Wednesday of each month (no July meeting) at Sacred Heart Cafeteria in Morgan City. Catholic women, 18 years of age or older, are eligible for membership.
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Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court Massabielle 1134, celebrated its 88th anniversary in August. During the August meeting, Court Massabielle recognized members with Perfect Attendance Awards. From left are Betty Rulf, 19 years; Betsy Grizzaffi, 14 years; Sundra Deshotel, 13 years; Marian Jones, 29 years; Angela Mire and Marie Swiber, 5 years; and Barbara Strader, 1 year; and Regent Veronica Governale. Members were recognized with roses donated by Jones, in memory of her sister Joyce Russell. Court Massabielle members participate in activities in service to others in the community, promoting the CDA mission of unity and charity. The organization meets the third Wednesday of each month (no July meeting) at Sacred Heart Cafeteria in Morgan City. Catholic women, 18 years of age or older, are eligible for membership.

Court Massabielle celebrates anniversary, honors members

Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court Massabielle 1134, celebrated its 88th anniversary in August.

All-State award winners for Central Catholic High School baseball are Gregory Leger and Blake Hidalgo, first-team; and Drake Angeron, Mitchel Lemoine and Thomas Garber, honorable mention.
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All-District award winners for Central Catholic High School baseball are Gregory Leger, Drake Angeron, Samarick Paul, Mitchel Lemoine, Blake Hidalgo, Adam Dupuis and Thomas Garber, first-team; Tyler Longman, Bryce Grizzaffi and Thomas Mire, second-team; and Brooks Thomas, Nathan Hebb and Luke Barbier, honorable mention. Not all honorees were in attendance.

Many honorees at CCHS baseball awards ceremony

Central Catholic High School held its baseball awards ceremony Thursday at the school.

Rick Sartwell has been named Bowler of the Year by the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association. This is the third straight year he has won the award. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Dustin Fuselier, the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's 700 Club Tour nament champion, was recognized during the associations's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Larry "Pop" Delatte Sr. has been inducted into the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's Hall of Fame. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Anthony Falgout Jr., who set a city record of 2,233, was recognized as the Roland Crappel Memorial Award winner (John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament city champion and all events scratch champion) at the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress' Bowling Association's annual awards meeting and awards ceremony May 6. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Jerry Pillaro has been named the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's Senior Bowler of the Year. This is the second straight year he has received the honor. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Anthony Falgout Jr., winner of the Bobby Froreich Memorial Award (All-Events Handicap Award) at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Championships Tournament, was recognized during the MorganCity U.S.B.C. Bowling Association's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizen's Center. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Kevin Smith is the winner of the Morgan City U.S.B.C. Bowling Association's Most Improved award. He was recognized during the association's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizen's Center. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Mark Kleinmann was named the Mike Duke Award Memorial Award winner (Singles Champ) during the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Championships Tournament. He was recognized during the Morgan City U.S.B.C. Bowling Association's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Pairsh Senior Citizen's Center. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Jerry Pillaro and Mai Amador were the Leo Morvant Memorial Award (doubles champions) at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament Championships. The duo was recognized during the Morgan City U.S.B.C. Bowling Association's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizen's Center. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Mai Amador, Monique Aucoin and Joe Sobers were part of the Allen Price Memorial Award winners (team champions) at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament Championships. The trio was recognized during the Morgan City U.S.B.C. Bowling Association's annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizen's Center. Not pictured are team members Alyssa Rich and Marcus Jones. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of The Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Morgan City bowlers recognized

The Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association held its annual meeting and awards ceremony May 6 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizens Building in Morgan City.

Bayou Vista Garden Club announced its numerous awards earned at the Louisiana Garden Club Federation Convention and the Deep South Region Convention. Displaying the awards at Bayou Vista Garden Club’s April meeting were, from left, Donna Richard, Jean Chauvin, Ann Breaux, President Donna Bucci, Janice Verret and Jo Ann Ryan.
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Annita Blanco presented a program on her travels to Southern gardens at the April Bayou Vista Garden Club meeting.

Donna Richard, right, of Bayou Vista Garden Club was presented with a Louisiana Garden Club Federation Lifetime Membership. With Richard is the local club’s President Donna Bucci. The membership was given by Richard’s husband, Doyle.

Darlene Aucoin, left and Suzan Fangue were hostesses for the Bayou Vista Garden Club April meeting. They also created the floral design, “Easter Friendship.”

Southern gardens topic of April BVGC meeting

During Bayou Vista Garden Club’s April meeting, member Annita Blanco provided brochures and shared pictures of the Southern gardens that she has visited.

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