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.

Morgan City High School students in attendance at Sunday’s candlelight prayer vigil sang their alma mater at the close of the event held in the school’s parking lot. (The Daily Review/Jean McCorkle photos)

In response to a letter demanding the removal of prayer in public school-sponsored events, hundreds of community members and students held a candlelight prayer vigil at Morgan City High School Sunday night.

Morgan City High School student Michael Mancuso, center in red shirt, speaks to the news media Thursday at Lawrence Park in Morgan City in response to another high school student who objected to prayer at an assembly at the school.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

School leaders said today that St. Mary Parish school system policy affords students the opportunity to pray.

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.

Morgan City High School students in attendance at Sunday’s candlelight prayer vigil sang their alma mater at the close of the event held in the school’s parking lot. (The Daily Review/Jean McCorkle photos)

Morgan City High School student Michael Mancuso, center in red shirt, speaks to the news media Thursday at Lawrence Park in Morgan City in response to another high school student who objected to prayer at an assembly at the school.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

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The Breeze Yogurt Shop ribbon-cutting ceremony

The Breeze Yogurt Shop located at 6402 La. 182 East in Morgan City held its ribbon-cutting ceremony April 2. The shop, open from 2 to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, sells a variety of frozen yogurt along with specialty toppings. On hand for the ribbon cutting were, from left, Cherie Laiche, St. Mary Chamber of Commerce ambassador; Cliff Couture, KQKI; Kevin Voisin, St. Mary Parish councilman; Lily Dearman, Kristen Crews and Kassie Roy, The Breeze Yogurt Shop and Tropical Smoothie employees; Aimee and Paul Arcemont, owners; Tommy Longman, District Attorney’s Office representative; Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, Morgan City mayor; Donna Meyer, chamber president and Lisa Nezat Patterson, chamber marketing manager.
(The Daily Review Photo by Diane Miller Fears)

The Breeze Yogurt Shop located at 6402 La. 182 East in Morgan City held its ribbon-cutting ceremony April 2. The shop, open from 2 to 9 p.m.

5K Run/Walk set Saturday

Diane Freeman, left, Human Resources Director at Teche Action Clinic is pictured with the first registrant for the Running of the Bears 5K Run/Walk, Tara Oncale Derouen. Teche Action Clinic is the sponsor of the Running of the Bears 5K Run/Walk which will be Saturday morning beginning at the St. Mary Parish Courthouse square in conjunction with the Bayou Teche Black Bear Festival. For more information, visit www.bayoutechebearfest.org or call Freeman at 337-828-2550 ext. 2126.

A 5K Run/Walk sponsored by Teche Action Clinic and radio station KBZE and KFRA will travel throughout Franklin.

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Harry Granger, a native of Morgan City and resident of Houma, died Friday, Nov. 21, 2014.
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