Saturday, March 9, was the third and final tournament for the Louisiana B.A.S.S. High School Trail East division. Hunter Pinho and Jake Childress placed 3rd out of 157 teams with only 63 teams bringing fish to the scale. They had a five fish limit weighing in at 10.53. They launched from Doiron's in Stephensville and had to trailer to Lamar Dixon for official weigh-in. This 3rd place finish jumped them in the final standings for the East division. They finished 13th out of 210 teams. Also shown is Boat Captain Hal Pinho.
Registration begins February 14 for the Louisiana Youth Seminar, a week long leadership camp held at LSU, July 14-19, 2019. This program is available to incoming sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Contact Ms. Andrews for more information or visit their website. Space is limited.
Patterson K.C. Council 1710 donated $1000 from the Brittany Guidry Memorial Fund to Patterson High School. The Council holds a yearly golf tournament to generate funds to help children in St. Mary Parish. The tournament will be held in April. The fund was established in 2000. Brittany died at 12 years old in Kemper Williams Park while batting at home plate in softball. Her jersey was retired and a picture is displayed at the Patterson Area Civic Center.
Shown in the photo are Natasha Jackson, PHS assistant principal, Lane Larive, PHS principal, Pat Vidrine, District Deputy and Grand Past Knight, Melvin Vinning, Past District Deputy and Past Grand Knight, Dan Guidry, Brittany Guidry Memorial Fund Chairman and Council Financial Secretary, and Frank Guarisco, Past Grand Knight and District Deputy.
Jean Angeron, Lumberjack Class of 1961, of Lakeside Services/Patterson Stazione Exxon gave a donation to support Patterson High School. Shown with Ms. Angeron are Lane Larive, principal and Natasha Jackson, assistant principal. PHS appreciates the support of our local businesses.
If you've been affected by a recent natural disaster, has someone called and asked you to verify your FEMA registration?
Multiple complaints have been filed by people who have been scammed by thieves pretending to be employees of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). These include survivors from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, as well as victims of the California wildfires.
Victims have received phone calls asking them for personal information--even though they didn't apply for FEMA assistance.
When victims do try to apply for FEMA assistance, they discover that someone has already applied using their names because they receive a "verification error."
People claiming to be FEMA inspectors have been asking to gain entry to damaged homes. These individuals wear a shirt or jacket with the FEMA name, but they do not possess a FEMA photo ID badge.
Inspectors ask for money before starting an inspection. (Federal and state workers will never ask for or accept money.
If you or someone you know may have fallen victim to or have knowledge of these types of frauds, visit the FEMA Disaster Fraud page for more information.
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