About 150 people attended the 11th annual Tri-City Helping Hearts Foundation banquet at the St. Mary Seniors Citizen Center in Morgan City. The organization helps families of deceased who cannot afford a proper burial. They serve the communities of Morgan City, Berwick, Patterson and Amelia. Volunteers at the banquet include, seated from left, Janice Willoughby, Barbara Walker, Connie Veal, Lisa Jordan, Ella Mahannah and Ruby Maize. Standing, from left, are Reginald Weary, Freddie Pitcher Jr., Jack Pratt, Edward Robinson, Herman Hartman, Larry Frank, Cornel Keeler and Raymond Colar.
(The Daily Review Photos by Preston Gill)
About 150 people attended the 11th annual fundraising Tri-City Helping Hearts Foundation banquet Saturday afternoon at the St. Mary Senior Citizens Center in Morgan City.
Heart of Hospice will host a Celebration of Life Butterfly Release to remember and honor loved ones by dedicating a butterfly in their memory.
St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert reported the following arrests:
Scores of people gathered to listen to Déjà Vu as the group kicked off this year’s Rhythm’s on the River on Front Street in downtown Morgan City Friday. The five-piece band entertained the crowd with an eclectic list of songs that included Motown, country, disco, rock and hits from the 1980s and 1990s.
(The Daily Review Photo by Preston Gill)
Friday night began the annual Rhythms on the River on Front Street in downtown Morgan City. The event continues with music and dancing each Friday night until June 20.
With the start of the menhaden season April 21, fish spotters converged on the Patterson airport to begin their search for pools of the small, oily-fleshed, silver fish that are processed into omeg