Students work in math class on their LearnPads at Hattie Watts Elementary School on Tuesday. Among the fourth graders were Trevor Caballero, Reign Bass, Cheyenne Olinsky and Jolene Doughty.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

With the allocation of $91,861 from the sale of property, the St. Mary Parish School Board agreed to purchase 229 LearnPads for District 1 students where there was a disparity in distribution of the iPad-like devices.

No. 3 Central Catholic will meet No. 6 Ouachita Christian in the Division IV quarterfinals Friday in Morgan City. Central Catholic escaped No. 14 Delhi Charter 12-8 a week ago, while Ouachita Christian defeated No. 11 seed Covenant Christian 56-21. Above, Central Catholic wide receiver Samarick Paul and Delhi Charter linebacker Mike Darrough battle for possession of the football during Central Catholic’s first-round contest. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)

No. 3 Central Catholic will meet No. 6 Ouachita Christian School Friday in a top 10 showdown in the Division IV quarterfinals in Morgan City. While Central Catholic enters the contest after edging No. 14 Delhi Charter 12-8 on a late touchdown score, Ouachita Christian rolled past No. 11 seed Covenant Christian 56-21.
Members of the St. Mary Parish Council heard comments Wednesday on the physician contract situation at Franklin Foundation Hospital but without the issue being on their agenda, took no action.

Students work in math class on their LearnPads at Hattie Watts Elementary School on Tuesday. Among the fourth graders were Trevor Caballero, Reign Bass, Cheyenne Olinsky and Jolene Doughty.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

No. 3 Central Catholic will meet No. 6 Ouachita Christian in the Division IV quarterfinals Friday in Morgan City. Central Catholic escaped No. 14 Delhi Charter 12-8 a week ago, while Ouachita Christian defeated No. 11 seed Covenant Christian 56-21. Above, Central Catholic wide receiver Samarick Paul and Delhi Charter linebacker Mike Darrough battle for possession of the football during Central Catholic’s first-round contest. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)

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Blue Star Marker ceremony in Patterson

The Blue Star Memorial Service honoring veterans hosted by the Patterson Garden Club and the City of Patterson was held Friday at Patterson City Hall. Among those present, from left, were Rodney Grogan, Patterson mayor; Iris Roy, Blue Star Marker chairman and Patterson Garden Club; Evelyn Estay, Patterson Garden Club; Daisy LeBlanc, Patterson Garden Club; Linda Thomas, Patterson Garden Club; and Rosa Butler, Patterson Garden Club.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

The Blue Star Memorial Service honoring veterans hosted by the Patterson Garden Club and the City of Patterson was held Friday at Patterson City Hall.

Patriotic program

Mark Distefano, retired Army veteran and co-organizer of the Fallen Warrior Memorial, spoke to the students at Central Catholic High School about Veterans Day, citizenship and love of country. From left, are Gerrie Byrne, curriculum director; Distefano; and Deacon Vic Bonnaffee, principal.
(Submitted Photo)

Mark Distefano, retired Army veteran and co-organizer of the Fallen Warrior Memorial, spoke to the students at Central Catholic High School about Veterans Day, citizenship and love of country.

Marine Corps birthday observance

In celebration of the Marine Corps’ 239 years, David Martin, junior vice commandant of the Marine Corps League’s Department of Louisiana and commandant for the St. Mary Detachment, cut a piece of cake and handed it to senior Marine Bob McClelland, who handed it to the youngest Marine, David Picou III, at the American Legion Hall in Patterson on Monday. The ceremony was part of the official birthday celebration and symbolizes the handing down of traditions and information.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

In celebration of the Marine Corps’ 239 years, David Martin, junior vice commandant of the Marine Corps League’s Department of Louisiana and commandant for the St.

Emergency call in Bayou Vista

St. Mary Parish Sheriff Office spokeswoman Traci Landry confirmed at about 2:45 p.m. Tuesday that the department is investigating a death at Phoenix International in Bayou Vista. Sheriff’s patrol cars were at the scene along with fire trucks. No other details were available.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

St. Mary Parish Sheriff Office spokeswoman Traci Landry confirmed at about 2:45 p.m. Tuesday that the department is investigating the death of an employee at Phoenix International.

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Morgan City High School began its season with a 62-51 victory against Jeanerette High School in opening round action at Jeanerette’s tournament.

Lifestyle

Daisy Leblanc presented a program on “Bulb Beauty” during Patterson Garden Club’s November meeting. The club’s horticulture committee co-chairman discussed the planting and care of amaryllis, lilies and daffodils.
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Patterson Garden Club’s November meeting and social was held Nov. 18 at the home of Iris Roy. Hostesses for the meeting were Fedora Boudreaux and Juanita Bienvenu.

Obituaries

Marjorie Rita Landry

Marjorie Rita Landry, a native of Patterson and long-time resident of south Lafourche, passed away peacefully in her home in Cut Off on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014.

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