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Happy Thanksgiving

Gena Vitale 

We all know that the first Thanksgiving was a celebration between the Pilgrims and the Indians. It was in 1621 and was a three day feast in which the pilgrims invited the natives to the table to celebrate their first successful harvest. The menu was different than today’s tradition of turkey, stuffing and potatoes.

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Labadieville Primary School Hosts School Board Meeting

Gena Vitale 

School Board members were impressed with the turnout of parents and students at a meeting held on November 9, 2014 at Labadieville Primary School. Students led the Pledge of Allegiance and the prayer before the meeting began and then the Board was entertained with a song sung by a young group of Head Start students and presented with a harvest themed bag of goodies and homemade holiday craft from the kindergarteners.

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Stolen ATV

Assumption Parish Sheriff Mike Waguespack reports that on the morning of 11/21/2014, the Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office received a call from 4070 Hwy 1 in Napoleonville, LA in reference to a stolen all-terrain vehicle. Deputies arrived on scene, and learned that the complainant identified as Mr. Billy Richard had a Blue Polaris All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) that is described as only having one seat with oversize tires.

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Groundbreaking Ceremony Held For Cardinal Place

Gena Vitale 

Groundbreaking for the new Cardinal Place, an over 55 residential community took place in Thibodaux on November 20, 2014. Cardinal Place will serve as an independent residential community for those mature citizens who are interested in maintenance- free living. Cardinal Place is the vision of St. Joseph Manor's Board of Directors and the vision of Monsignor Francis Amedee, who was instrumental in getting the Manor opened nineteen years ago.

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