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Participants in the Patterson New Age Civic Organization’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. event walk down the street named for the late civil rights leader on their way to a ceremony held
to honor his legacy at Park Street Park Monday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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The Rev. Jaylan Grogan, minister of Congregational Care & Prayer at St. John Baptist
Church in Belle Place, delivered the keynote address. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

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Attendees practice COVID-19 safety protocol Monday during the Patterson New Age Civic Organization’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ceremony. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Honoring King's dream

The act of love — toward friends or foes — is something the world should strive to do.

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Mary LeBlanc talks to the Patterson City Council about plans to open a healthcare practice in Patterson. Looking on is Alec Jeansonne of Collective Healthcare Solutions, who is helping LeBlanc with the process.
—The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

Nurse practitioner may work in Patterson

Medical services for all ages could be coming to the City of Patterson in 2021.

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Hattie Watts Elementary students Dakari Burns, 6, (left) and Isaac Miller, 8, both of Patterson, flipped the switch for the City of Patterson’s annual Lighting of the Christmas Tree at Morey Park Sunday evening. Giving them a helping hand was Santa.

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Balin McNally, 6, and Natalie McNally, 7, both of Morgan City, pose for a picture with Santa during the City of Patterson’s annual Lighting of the Christmas Tree Sunday at Morey Park.

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Charles Mckinley and the Tri-Parish Gospel Singers perform during the lighting.

Patterson holds annual Lighting of the Christmas Tree

The City of Patterson held its annual Lighting of the Christmas Tree Sunday evening at Morey Park. Here are scenes from the event.
--Photos by The Daily Review's Geoff Stoute.

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The sixth Fete-Dieu du Teche marking the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary was held Saturday. St. Joseph Catholic Church in Patterson was represented by one of the many boats in the water portion of the procession.
—LSN/Harlan Kirgan

Fete-Dieu du Teche included local church

LEONVILLE — The muddy Bayou Teche once again served as the artery in which flowed the Fete-Dieu du Teche Eucharistic Procession to commemorate the arrival of the first Acadians in South Louisiana

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