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Many pallets of water were collected Saturday during the City of Patterson Stuff the Truck water drive. Volunteers and the Patterson High School basketball team helped collect water at the Place Norman Shopping Center in Patterson that was sent to Antioch Baptist Missionary in Beaumont, Texas, for distribution.
—The Daily Review Photos/Diane Miller Fears

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Patterson High School's basketball team helped unload water from vehicles as donors came to the Place Norman Shopping Center in Patterson. The City of Patterson hosted the Stuff the Truck water drive to help cities in Texas.

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One of the many contributors to the City of Patterson hosted the Stuff the Truck water drive Saturday was Pastor Mitchell Williams of God of a Second Chance Ministry in Morgan City, right. Patterson High basketball team members helped unload his vehicle.

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Donated water was placed on trailer beds by Patterson High School's basketball team to awaiting being loaded on into a truck for the trip to Beaumont, Texas.

Patterson holds successful Stuff the Truck campaign

The City of Patterson sponsored a Stuff the Truck water campaign on Saturday.

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A large crowd of volunteers descended on the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium Saturday morning as part of the City of Morgan City’s “Love Where You Live’ campaign’s Operation Beautification held in partnership with Keep St. Mary Beautiful.
—The Daily Review Photos/Diane Miller Fears

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Among the numerous area residents helping in the Operation Beautification held Saturday in Morgan City were siblings Mose (6) and Ruthie (3) Marcrum who worked together to pick up trash in the empty lot behinds McDonald’s. In the background are members of Boy Scout Troop 49 and Cub Scout Pack 438 of Morgan City.

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Members of Boy Scout Troop 49 and Cub Scout Pack 438 of Morgan City hunt for litter.

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Morgan City Mayor Lee Dragna did his part in the city’s “Love Where You Live’ campaign’s Operation Beautification on Saturday. He joined Boy Scout Troop 49 and Cub Scout Pack 438 of Morgan City in the empty lot behind McDonald’s. The group was just a small sampling of the numerous volunteers that came out to beautify the city.

Large crowd volunteers for Morgan City beautification event

A large crowd of volunteers descended on the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium Saturday morning as part of the City of Morgan City’s “Love Where You Live’ campaign’s Operation Beautification held in

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Morgan City Mayor Lee Dragna addresses the St. Mary Parish Fire Association during its meeting Thursday at the Emergency Operations Center in Morgan City. Dragna said the city would not opt out of the parish mutual aid pact.

The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

Morgan City will stay in firefighters pact

Morgan City will not opt out of its joint mutual aid agreement pact with fire departments across St. Mary Parish and replace them with mutual aid agreements.

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Patterson High School’s Kylan Griffin signed to play football with Sterling College, an NAIA school in Sterling, Kansas, Wednesday. With Griffin, center, are Patterson Head Coach Zach Lochard, left, and Griffin’s mother, Tyesia Hawkins.

Submitted Photo/Patterson High School

Patterson's Griffin comes back from injury, signs with Kansas college

Patterson High School standout Kylan Griffin thought his dream of playing football was over.

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