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Ryan Veillion was named the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association Bowler of the Year. He also won the organization's 700 Club Tournament. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

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Tamara Aucoin was named the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's Female Bowler of the Year. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

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Mark Kleinmann was named the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's Senior Bowler of the Year. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

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Kayla Myers was named Most Improved by the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

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Wesley Rink was named the winner of the Bobby Froreich Memorial Award (All Events Handicap Champion) at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Association Championship. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

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Linda Powell was named City Champ (All Events Scratch) and All Events Handicap Champ, both at the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Association Championship. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

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Rosie Fournier was honored posthmously as the Singles Champion of the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament during the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association's awards ceremony in May. Accepting her jacket for her achievement are friends, from left, Beverly Mayon, Lillian Rebardie, Mark Hebert, Angela Fields and Cathy Daigle. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

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Wally Arcemont, center, Morgan City Youth Bowling League president, presented a $500 scholarship each from the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association to Scott Price of Berwick High and MacKenzie Amador of Morgan City High School. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

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The Allen Price Memorial Award, given to the team champion of the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament, was presented to Chabill's. Team members include Sterling Roy, Mark Corbin, Gretchen Corbin and Miles Suire. Not pictured is Eric Cortez. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

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The women's team champions of the John "Push" Rogers Memorial Tournament were Cajun Crew. Team members are Pam Hensgens, Beverly Mayon, Angela Fields and Lillian Rebardie. (Submitted Photo/Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association)

Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association distributes awards

The Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association’s Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet was held May 4 at the St. Mary Parish Senior Citizens Center in Morgan City.

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Central Catholic High School recognized Maggie Bergeron as CCHS Alumnus of the Year in a ceremony held April 27 prior to the annual CCHS Alumni Chefs’ Supper. The recognition was for her many years of service and dedication to Catholic education over the past 60 years. Bergeron is the founder of the alumni association’s biggest fundraiser, the annual Chefs’ Supper, and has been a huge contributor in the auction and other activities over the years.
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Central Catholic recently inducted three new members into its Hall of Fame. Warren Landry was the recipient of the Meritorious Service Award, and Quincy Verdin and Jamarr Garrett were inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame.

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Central Catholic High School recognized Maggie Bergeron as CCHS Alumnus of the Year in a ceremony held April 27 prior to the annual CCHS Alumni Chefs’ Supper.

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Morgan City Hospital Auxiliary held its Spring Luncheon April 9. Recipients receiving service awards for years of service are, from left, Dawn Thigpen, 5 years; Donna Uzzo, 20 years; Francis Smith, 15 years; Sheran Blanchard, 20 years; and Rose Marie Vining, 25 years.
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Service hours awards were presented during Morgan City Hospital Auxiliary’s Spring Luncheon held April 9. From left are Elizabeth Griffin, 500 hours; Carol West, 3,000 hours; Lois Giroir, 7,000 hours; Sandra Ratcliff, 8,000 hours; and Linda Crapell, 9,000 hours. Mary Etta Taylor earned 500 hours.

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Incoming officers for 2019-21 were recognized at the Morgan City Hospital Auxiliary Spring Luncheon held April 9. From right are President Sandra Ratcliff, Vice President Lea Hebert, Recording Secretary Lois Giroir and Treasurer Linda Crapell.

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Morgan City Hospital Auxiliary held its Spring Luncheon April 9.
During the luncheon, members were presented awards for years and hours of service.

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The Morgan City Youth Bowling League held its awards banquet for the 2018 Fall League Dec. 11 at Charlie's Lanes. Above are the youth league members and the adult league officers. A new Junior League will begin Jan. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at Charlie's Lanes. For more information, contact Charlie's Lanes. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Jerry Pillaro)

Morgan City Youth Bowling League members honored

Morgan City Youth Bowling League members were honored during an awards ceremony Dec.

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