Rhythms on the River is a Friday evening ritual in downtown Morgan City. The music prompts dancing at an April 2013 Rhythms on the River. The event resumes Friday.
(The Daily Review File Photo)

The downtown live music series “Rhythms on the River” is scheduled to begin Friday and continue each Friday through June 20, according to a Cajun Coast Visitors and Convention Bureau news release. The dates for this year’s series are April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, June 6, 13 and 20.

CENTERVILLE LADY BULLDOGS SENIOR players Lacy LaGrange, Brittany Grimes and Jamie Thibodaux are pictured while Taylor Saucier was absent due to an injury during Centerville’s Senior Night Monday at the CHS Lady Bulldog Field.

CENTERVILLE _ Centerville’s Lady Bulldogs displayed their version of stepping up on the big stage as the No. 7 seeded Lady Bulldogs defeated No. 26 seeded Patrick Taylor 15-0 here Monday in four innings in a State Class B bidistrict-round playoff game at Lady Bulldog Field.
Mayors Raymond Harris of Franklin, seated left, and Wayne Breaux of Baldwin, seated right, joined secretaries from local public schools to sign a proclamation declaring April 21-25 as Secretaries Week. The proclamation recognizes school secretaries for their crucial and demanding roles in education.

Rhythms on the River is a Friday evening ritual in downtown Morgan City. The music prompts dancing at an April 2013 Rhythms on the River. The event resumes Friday.
(The Daily Review File Photo)

CENTERVILLE LADY BULLDOGS SENIOR players Lacy LaGrange, Brittany Grimes and Jamie Thibodaux are pictured while Taylor Saucier was absent due to an injury during Centerville’s Senior Night Monday at the CHS Lady Bulldog Field.

Donation to St. Mary Outreach

M C Bank Customer Service Department donated to St. Mary Outreach-United Way food drive held recently. From left are Pat Aucoin, Customer Service Department supervisor; Julie Landry, Ann Hooper, Brandi Landry, Charlene Hall; and standing, Wendy Duhon, Maria Bolano and Linda Brown. (Submitted Photo)

M C Bank Customer Service Department donated to St. Mary Outreach-United Way food drive held recently.

‘Shop with a Cop’ brings cheer

From left, Mrs. Claus (Bobbie Courville), Morgan City Police Chief Travis Crouch, Santa Claus (Roger Courville), Lt. James Blair, and Jan Dossett, chief of police secretary, stand next to gifts they brought to families in Morgan City. (The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

Police officers, Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus brought some Christmas spirit to families in need Wednesday by delivering gifts and Christmas dinners.

Socks donated to prisoners

From left, front row, Mt. Era Baptist Church member Deealan Lowry, Mission President Vera Jones and Correspondent Secretary Carolyn Gash hold about 150 pairs of socks donated to the Morgan City Jail. At right is Morgan City Police Assistant Chief Mike Banks and in the back row is Morgan City Police Sgt. Mark Griffin Sr. (The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

Inmates at the Morgan City Jail will receive some of the roughly 150 pairs of socks Mt. Era Baptist Church donated to help keep inmates warm who cannot afford to buy socks.

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The Franklin Senior High School Hornets will host the 2014 Boys and Girls District 9-3A Track and Field Meet Thursday at Albert Perry Field at the J. C. Dry Stadium.

Lifestyle

Leslie Price and Gilbert LaCombe Jr.
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Shawn Price and Annette Campos of Morgan City wish to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Leslie Price, to Gilbert LaCombe Jr., son of Gilbert and Connie LaCombe of

Obituaries

NEW IBERIA _ John Guienze smacked a home run while Jacob Hebert earned the mound win as the Hanson Memorial Tigers beat Highland Baptist 10-1 in District 8-A action here Tuesday at Highland Baptist

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