Holly Hebert

A 35-year-old Franklin woman accused of using a stolen credit card and forging the victim’s signature is the new addition to December’s Daily Review Most Wanted edition. Franklin Holly Hebert, 35, whose last known address is in the 1800 block of Main Street in Franklin. Hebert is 5 feet, 4 inches and 130 pounds.

The Morgan City High Fancy Dancers excelled at a regional competition at Thibodaux High School in December, as the team was the overall highest scoring team at the event. At the event, the Fancy Dancers also won trophies in the three categories they competed, earning first-place finishes in High Kick and Pom Pom
and second-place in Hip Hop. The team also won another trophy for their High Kick routine. The trophy was given to the team at the event who the judges felt performed the most original and best choreographed routine. The team’s sponsor, Courtney Matherne, choreographed the routine. The Fancy Dancers will be traveling to the CajunDome in Lafayette to compete in the American All-Star State Dance Competition in January. They then will travel to Orlando, Florida, at Walt Disney World to compete in American All-Star National Competition in February. The Fancy Dancers include, kneeling from left, OzZanay Jones, Jamie Scioneaux and Erinique Wilson. On the middle row are Paige Landry, Cassie Giroir, Ta'Nyre Thomas, Noelle Topham and Ali Tregle. On the back row, from left, are Sponsor Courtney Matherne, Amari Martin, Milia Gash, Tayla Weary, Elizabeth Ramirez, Ta'Janaye Hawkins and Kelsey Crochet. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Cay Price)

St. Mary Community Action Agency’s Adopt-A-Family program was held Dec. 16 and several Head Start families benefitted through the charitable efforts of others. There were big presents wrapped and topped with shiny ribbons along with bicycles and dollhouses for eligible Head Start boys and girls.

Holly Hebert

The Morgan City High Fancy Dancers excelled at a regional competition at Thibodaux High School in December, as the team was the overall highest scoring team at the event. At the event, the Fancy Dancers also won trophies in the three categories they competed, earning first-place finishes in High Kick and Pom Pom
and second-place in Hip Hop. The team also won another trophy for their High Kick routine. The trophy was given to the team at the event who the judges felt performed the most original and best choreographed routine. The team’s sponsor, Courtney Matherne, choreographed the routine. The Fancy Dancers will be traveling to the CajunDome in Lafayette to compete in the American All-Star State Dance Competition in January. They then will travel to Orlando, Florida, at Walt Disney World to compete in American All-Star National Competition in February. The Fancy Dancers include, kneeling from left, OzZanay Jones, Jamie Scioneaux and Erinique Wilson. On the middle row are Paige Landry, Cassie Giroir, Ta'Nyre Thomas, Noelle Topham and Ali Tregle. On the back row, from left, are Sponsor Courtney Matherne, Amari Martin, Milia Gash, Tayla Weary, Elizabeth Ramirez, Ta'Janaye Hawkins and Kelsey Crochet. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Cay Price)

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Louisiana Week at Berwick Elementary

While celebrating Louisiana Week at Berwick Elementary, the students participated in many activities throughout the week. Angela Deville, district administrative coordinator for St. Mary Water Conservation District, and Shelia Bonvillian, earth team volunteer, presented their “Dig Deep” presentation to the students. Front, from left, are Jesse Arceneaux, Stephen Swisher, Grace Matte, Emma Matte, Maddox Sampey and Jayden Aucoin. Middle row, from left, are Billy Jack Caldwell, Donnie Adams, Sydney Sampey, Mallory Menard, Kali Lasseigne, Alexis Clark and Brandon Bearb. Back row, from left, are guest speaker Deville, Brett Bearb, Cade Toups, Jayde Lasseigne, Keegan Cronier, Clay Menard, Jayden Milton, Katie Tayor and guest speaker Bonvillian.

While celebrating Louisiana Week at Berwick Elementary, the students participated in many activities throughout the week.

Test piles driven at emergency center site groundbreaking set for late July

Workers were driving test pilings Wednesday at the new Government and Emergency Operations Center in Morgan City. The center is expected to be in operation by the 2015 hurricane season.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

As of Wednesday afternoon, workers had driven six or seven test pilings at the site of the Port of Morgan City’s new $9.5 million Government and Emergency Operations Center, Port of Morgan City Exe

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The Morgan City High Fancy Dancers excelled at a regional competition at Thibodaux High School in December, as the team was the overall highest scoring team at the event. At the event, the Fancy Dancers also won trophies in the three categories they competed, earning first-place finishes in High Kick and Pom Pom
and second-place in Hip Hop. The team also won another trophy for their High Kick routine. The trophy was given to the team at the event who the judges felt performed the most original and best choreographed routine. The team’s sponsor, Courtney Matherne, choreographed the routine. The Fancy Dancers will be traveling to the CajunDome in Lafayette to compete in the American All-Star State Dance Competition in January. They then will travel to Orlando, Florida, at Walt Disney World to compete in American All-Star National Competition in February. The Fancy Dancers include, kneeling from left, OzZanay Jones, Jamie Scioneaux and Erinique Wilson. On the middle row are Paige Landry, Cassie Giroir, Ta'Nyre Thomas, Noelle Topham and Ali Tregle. On the back row, from left, are Sponsor Courtney Matherne, Amari Martin, Milia Gash, Tayla Weary, Elizabeth Ramirez, Ta'Janaye Hawkins and Kelsey Crochet. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Cay Price)

Lifestyle

Taylor Clark and Joseph Crappell III
--Amico J. Aloisio Photography

Youles and Rhonda Clark, of Searcy, Arkansas, wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Taylor Marie Clark, to Joseph Crappell III, son of Joe and Alisa Crappell,

Obituaries

Mary Ann Thomas

Mary Ann Thomas, 85, a native of Galveston, Texas, and resident of Berwick, died Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, at Teche Regional Medical Center in Morgan City.

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