Central Catholic first baseman Mitchell Lemoine follows through on an attempt to tag a baserunner out at first during
the Eagles 5-3 Class 1A regional round victory against Grand Lake Monday. Lemoine and the Eagles will hit the
road Thursday to take on Cedar Creek in the Class 1A quarterfinals. First pitch in Ruston is set for 6 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic will look to continue its playoff run as Class 1A’s top-ranked team when it makes a four-plus hour road trip to Ruston to face No. 9 Cedar Creek Thursday at 6 p.m.

The ribbon was cut at the new offices of the St. Mary Parish Council on Aging on Monday. St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce representatives, local officials and others were on hand for the opening. The agency has moved into their new headquarters at the Blevins Building in downtown Franklin. The ribbon cutting was followed by an open house.

Older adults are a growing and increasingly vital part of this country.

Central Catholic High School advanced to the Class 1A quarterfinals Monday with a 5-3 win against No. 16 Grand Lake at M.L. “Tigue” Moore Field at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Above, Central Catholic catcher Thomas Garber throws to second base to get a runner trying to steal base as part of a 9-6-2 double play as the umpire signals Grand Lake’s Alex Guillory, left, out. The double play was started via a throw from rightfielder Adam Dupuis following a single and ended on a throw to shortstop Samuel Guarisco for an out at second base. Central Catholic, Class 1A’s top seed, will return to action Thursday when it travels to face No. 9 Cedar Creek in a 6 p.m. contest in Ruston.

LAFAYETTE — Central Catholic successfully weathered a two-day delay due to storms and navigated through Grand Lake en route to the Class 1A baseball quarterfinals. Now, the Eagles will travel to north Louisiana to get their shot at a creek called Cedar.

Central Catholic first baseman Mitchell Lemoine follows through on an attempt to tag a baserunner out at first during
the Eagles 5-3 Class 1A regional round victory against Grand Lake Monday. Lemoine and the Eagles will hit the
road Thursday to take on Cedar Creek in the Class 1A quarterfinals. First pitch in Ruston is set for 6 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The ribbon was cut at the new offices of the St. Mary Parish Council on Aging on Monday. St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce representatives, local officials and others were on hand for the opening. The agency has moved into their new headquarters at the Blevins Building in downtown Franklin. The ribbon cutting was followed by an open house.

Central Catholic High School advanced to the Class 1A quarterfinals Monday with a 5-3 win against No. 16 Grand Lake at M.L. “Tigue” Moore Field at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Above, Central Catholic catcher Thomas Garber throws to second base to get a runner trying to steal base as part of a 9-6-2 double play as the umpire signals Grand Lake’s Alex Guillory, left, out. The double play was started via a throw from rightfielder Adam Dupuis following a single and ended on a throw to shortstop Samuel Guarisco for an out at second base. Central Catholic, Class 1A’s top seed, will return to action Thursday when it travels to face No. 9 Cedar Creek in a 6 p.m. contest in Ruston.

CAA at Rotary

St. Mary CAA Chief Executive Officer Almetra Franklin recently informed Franklin Rotary Club members of the programs that function under her administration which benefit people across St.

Great American Cleanup Day sponsored by Cabot

Cabot’s sponsored cleanup crew included Mayor Rodney Grogan of the City of Patterson; Paul Naquin, St. Mary Parish Council member; Ryan Aucoin; Betty Jo Champagne; Mark Suellentrop, Canal Plant Facility General Manager; Didi Battle; Cindy Pusateri, Canal Plant; Ruthie Heard; Mayor Raymond Harris; Vel Minor; Ruth Ortego, Canal Plant; Scott Longon, Canal Plant; Nicole Eddlemon, Canal Plant; Jay Cunningham, Canal Plant; and Jose’ Luna-Becerra, Canal Plant. Not pictured: James Wilson, Canal Plant; Matt Barrilleaux, Franklin Foundation Hospital and Marguerite Robinson.

Keep America Beautiful recently launched the Great American Cleanup, the nation’s largest community improvement program.

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Central Catholic first baseman Mitchell Lemoine follows through on an attempt to tag a baserunner out at first during
the Eagles 5-3 Class 1A regional round victory against Grand Lake Monday. Lemoine and the Eagles will hit the
road Thursday to take on Cedar Creek in the Class 1A quarterfinals. First pitch in Ruston is set for 6 p.m. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic will look to continue its playoff run as Class 1A’s top-ranked team when it makes a four-plus hour road trip to Ruston to face No. 9 Cedar Creek Thursday at 6 p.m.

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph Landry Jr. of Morgan City, and Mr. and Mrs.

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