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Amar Broussard placed first in fifth-grade fiction in the Nicholls Reading Council Young Authors Contest while at Bayou Vista Elementary. He received a medal and his entry was published in the Louisiana Reading Association anthology, “Les Jeunes Ecrivains.” The Patterson Junior High student is with Almetra Pierce-Stansbury, assistant principal.
—Nicholls Reading Council Photos

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Tre’mond Sneeze placed first in kindergarten fiction in the Nicholls Reading Council Young Authors Contest while at J.B. Maitland in Morgan City. His entry also placed at state. He received a medal and his entry was published in the Louisiana Reading Association anthology, “Les Jeunes Ecrivains.” He now attends Hattie Watts in Patterson and is with Charles Foulcard, assistant principal.

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Alexzander Burbante placed first in fourth-grade non-fiction, first in fourth-grade poetry and first in fourth-grade fiction in the Nicholls Reading Council Young Authors Contest while at Hattie Watts Elementary in Patterson. His fiction entry also placed at the Louisiana Reading Association level. The Patterson Junior High student is with Courtney Andrews, assistant principal.

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Ella Dudoussat placed first in eighth-grade fiction while at Patterson Junior High School.

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Jace Hammonds placed first in second-grade poetry at Hattie Watts Elementary in Patterson in the Nicholls Reading Council Young Authors Contest. He is with Charles Foulcard, assistant principal.

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Jeffrey Bratsch Jr. placed first in kindergarten non-fiction and A’riya Kelly placed first in kindergarten poetry at J.B. Maitland in Morgan City. They are with Principal Tonia Verrette.

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Kimberly Perez-Deleon place second in first-grade fiction in the Nicholls Reading Council Young Authors Contest while at J.S. Aucoin Elementary in Amelia. The Morgan City Junior High student is with M C Bank’s Emily Berry, left, and Principal Carmen Lagarde.

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Anthony Calderon at J.S. Aucoin in Amelia placed second in fourth-grade poetry in the Nicholls Reading Council Young Authors Contest.

Nicholls Reading Council gives young author awards

The Nicholls Reading Council Young Authors Contest for 2019-20 was unable to hold its awards ceremony due to COVID-19 restrictions.

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The St. Mary Parish Red Ribbon Week slogan and grand champion art contest winners were recognized during Thursday’s St. Mary Parish School Board meeting. The art contest grand champion winner is Kailynn Gaudet, a Berwick Junior High School student. Sophie Dufrene, a student at J.B. Maitland Elementary in Morgan City, and Aiden Sherville, a student at St. John Elementary in Franklin, were the slogan contest co-winners. Each had the slogan “Don’t Huff, Don’t Puff, stay AWAY from that stuff! Be Drug-Free!” From left are Dufrene, Gaudet and Sherville.
—The Daily Review Photos/Geoff Stoute

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St. Mary Parish Red Ribbon Art Contest winners, whose artwork will be featured in the parish’s 2020-2021 Red Ribbon Calendar, were recognized during Thursday’s St. Mary Parish School board meeting. Winners were, from left, Katelyn Besse, Morgan City Junior High School; Sydreanna Powell, Morgan City High School; Meredith LaGrange and Cora LaGrange, both of M.E. Norman Elementary School in Morgan City; and Silas Hastings of Morgan City Junior High School. Other art contest winners not pictured are Aeris Ladday of Berwick Junior High School; Ann-Marie Guagliardo, Morgan City Junior High School; Allie Blakeman, Patterson High School; Emily Rogers, Hanson Memorial High School in Franklin; and Bailey Crochet, M.E. Norman Elementary.

Red Ribbon Week slogan, art contest winners recognized

The St. Mary Parish Red Ribbon Week slogan and art contest winners were recognized during Aug. 13’s St. Mary Parish School Board meeting.

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The Morgan City Oilfield Fishing Rodeo was held
May 19, with winners announced following weighin
at the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium. This
year's event featured 103 boat entries and more
sponsorships than a year ago. Above, a fish is laid
down to be measured during the weigh-in. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

MCOFR winners announced

The Morgan City Oilfield Fishing Rodeo was held May 19 with winners being announced at the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium following weigh-in.

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