Nedra and Larry Giroir joined friends and family at Morgan City Health Care Center Tuesday for the facility’s annual Thanksgiving gathering of residents and their families.
(The Daily Review Photo by Jean L. McCorkle)

While the Pilgrims held their first Thanksgiving celebration in 1621, several days of thanks were scheduled periodically in a practice repeated over the course of America’s history.

Joan Simon, a commissioner at the St. Mary Parish Registrar of Voters Office in Morgan City, assists Pat Stansbury and Kim Stansbury with signing in to cast their vote today. Early voting continues through Saturday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Early voting totals in St. Mary Parish neared 1,800 ballots cast through the third day of voting Tuesday, Registrar of Voters Jolene Holcombe said in a news release. A total of 1,774 people in St. Mary Parish cast votes by the end of early voting Tuesday, Holcombe said. Early voting began Saturday.

From left, volunteers Tim Mayon and Mike Rebich, both with Matthew 25 International, work on a 4-inch water line Monday for the sprinkler system at the Adullam Household of Faith dormitory in Patterson.

Organizers for the Adullam Household of Faith expect to be able to start taking children into the home shortly after Jan. 1, 2015, the Rev. Marty Harden of Bethel Pentecostal Church said Monday.

Nedra and Larry Giroir joined friends and family at Morgan City Health Care Center Tuesday for the facility’s annual Thanksgiving gathering of residents and their families.
(The Daily Review Photo by Jean L. McCorkle)

Joan Simon, a commissioner at the St. Mary Parish Registrar of Voters Office in Morgan City, assists Pat Stansbury and Kim Stansbury with signing in to cast their vote today. Early voting continues through Saturday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

From left, volunteers Tim Mayon and Mike Rebich, both with Matthew 25 International, work on a 4-inch water line Monday for the sprinkler system at the Adullam Household of Faith dormitory in Patterson.

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HOBY Ambassador chosen

Mayavellie Bochas was selected by Central Catholic High School to be a Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Ambassador. HOBY Ambassadors are high school students selected as representatives from their high schools because they have demonstrated the potential to lead others. Founded in 1958 by veteran actor Hugh O’Brian, HOBY’s mission is to provide lifelong leadership development opportunities that empower individuals to achieve their highest potential. O’Brian set out to help young people make a difference and become positive catalysts for change — in the home, school, workplace, and community. HOBY now has more than 355,000 alumni. Bochas is a sophomore at Central Catholic High School. (Submitted Photo)

Berwick Junior High sends care packages to soldiers

Berwick Junior High’s Student Council and seventh-grade American history class recently collected items for care packages to send to soldiers overseas. Some of the participating students are Chase Roberts, kneeling, and on middle row, Katelyn Richard, Justin Baltes, Seth Canty, Devin Leblanc and Randi Joubert. On the back row are Landon Harris, Natalie Bourgeois, Alyssa Gray, Lauren Cantrelle and Isabella Lodrigue. (Submitted Photo)

Community action agency receives donation

Carol Bethea, left, and Suzanne Ramagos, center, Family Service workers with St. Mary/Vermilion Community Action Agency, received a donation from Patterson State Bank presented by Pamela Manuel, the bank’s Community Outreach manager. The donation will be used for the Adopt-A- Family program held annually to help provide a better Christmas to under privileged families in the area. (Submitted Photo)

Berwick Junior High Operation Christmas Child

Berwick Junior High’s Student Council, 4-H and Anime clubs collected items for Operation Christmas Child. Students were able to pack 73 boxes that will be sent to children in need around the world. In the front row are Randi Joubert, Katie Taylor, Jordan Gallegos, Ryan Domingue, Alyssa Gray and Kennedy Hill. In the back row are Cody Williams, Emily Roy, Shalyn Leonard, Rustin Scarbrough, Kamryn Dehart, Scott Price, Natalie Bourgeois, Katie Conrad, Patricia Lloyd, Madeline Bourgeois, Isabella Lodrigue, Miranda Rodriquez and Dylan Lambert. (Submitted Photo)

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Sports

Robert Premeaux shot his first hole-in-one Oct. 22 at the St. Mary Golf and Country Club in Berwick. Premeaux, 78, who has played golf for more than 60 years, achieved the feat on the fifth hole, a par 3, from 132 yards using a pitching wedge. Witnesses to the event were Jim “Twister” Williams, Rodney Leblanc, Brandon “Bubba” Smith, Jake Breaux and DJ Aucoin. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Nina Parker)

Obituaries

Mrs. Rose Narcisse Gabriel, 76, a resident and native of Sorrell, died Saturday, November 22, 2014, at 5:35 a.m., at her residence following a short illness.

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