Seventy-five pro-life advocates conducted Patterson’s seventh annual Life Chain on Respect Life Sunday, Oct. 6. The chain was held along U.S. 90 at Wise Street.
As part of giving back to the community and the agencies that serve it, B&G Food Enterprises of Morgan City makes annual donations to area agencies including first responders. On hand for the donation presentations were Greg Hamer Sr. of B&G Food Enterprises, Berwick Volunteer Fire Department Chief Allen Rink, Patterson Volunteer Fire Department’s Ryan Aucoin, Patterson Police Department Chief Garrett Grogan, Morgan City Fire Department Assistant Chief Joe Marino Sr., B&G’s Jay LeBlanc, St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office Capt. Nick Rogers, B&G’s John Hover, St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office Capt. Gilbert Blanchard, St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office Major John Kahl, Morgan City Police Department Chief James Blair, B&G’s Greg Hamer Jr., St. Mary Parish Sheriff Blaise Smith, Morgan City Fire Department Chief Alvin Cockerham, St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office Deputy Chief Terry Guidry, St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Gary Driskell, Morgan City Mayor Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, Morgan City Police Department Assistant Chief Mark Griffin Jr., and Amelia Volunteer Fire Department Chief Jason Brown.
B&G Food Enterprises of Morgan City, which owns 140 Taco Bell restaurants in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas, recently made annual donations to the Morgan City Petting Zoo, local police depart
The battle among the top three teams in District 8-3A continued Tuesday night at Patterson at David Thibodaux knocked off the homestanding Lumberjacks 54-49 in overtime.
Members of St. Catherine of Siena Court 2735 of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas helped with the St. Joseph Catholic Church Fun Fest on Oct. 27 in Patterson.
Patterson continues to ‘self-destruct’ in games, but with a District 8-3A win against Abbeville this Friday, Patterson Coach Don Jones says the Lumberjacks’ goals are still ahead of team.