Littlefield Life

Wed
21
Jun

SECOND GRADE BIKE WINNER

Springlake-Earth second grader, Braylee Herriage, earned the most AR points for reading at her grade level and won a brand new bike. Braylee is the daughter of James and Tami Herriage and her teacher is Jill Winders. The bicycle was donated by Farm Bureau Insurance (Kerry Winders.

 

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Wed
21
Jun

YOUTH THEATER CAMP

The 2017 Youth Theater Summer Camp was held for the first time in Sudan this past week, from June 12 to 16, 2017. Participants, ranging in ages from 8 to 11, met for two hours each day and received vocal, dancing, and acting instruction. Participants included: Avery McCain, Ross McCain, and Addesyn Garcia of Littlefield; Andrew Larsen, Emma Sowder, and Teagan Miller of Sudan; and Lyla Ruiz and Kenlee Whitaker of Muleshoe. A final showcase of the week’s work was presented Friday, June 16 at the Sudan Lodge. Shown, left to right, are: Emma Sowder, Lyla Ruiz, Teagan Miller, Avery McCain, Ross McCain, Andrew Larson, Addesyn Garcia, and Kenlee Whitaker.

 

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Sat
17
Jun

LITTLEFIELD CLASS OF 1967

LITTLEFIELD CLASS OF 1967 – The Littlefield High School Class of 1967 had their 50th reunion on June 2nd – 3rd. (Pictured from L-R) Phylis Giles monical, Gary Conway, Wilmer Lee Williams, Joanie Brantley Stafford, Gary Purdy, Mike Lumsden, Brenda Mitchell Fowler, Glenda Parrott Elam, Pat Alexander Conway, Frances Hampton Meigs, Barbara Britt Boughton, Nevill Manning, Ann Yarbrough Kier, Barbara Burleson Petty, Suzann Tatum Wells, Bernie Wall, Edith (Ede) Lynch Birkelbach, Richard Wright, Ann Farmer Manning, Carol Tubbs McDole, Bob Richey, Donna Feagley Williams, Randy Birkelbach, Marcia McBride Roberts, Denny Walker, Bill Nowlin, Verna Jo Chambers Herttenberger, Martha (Mert) Naylor Clark, Cleo Rangel and Ralph Hobratschk.

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Sat
17
Jun

Littlefield Elementary Awards

3RD GRADE COURT OF HONOR — These Littlefield Elementary 3rd grade students received Court of Honor awards for all A’s during the school year. Mrs. Jones’ Class: Katelyn Pollard. Mrs. Kloiber’s Class: Joshua Parker, Bryndle Ray, and Althea Reyna. Mrs. Teafatiller’s Class: Ally Dalton, Iris Hernandez, and Jose Payan.

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Wed
14
Jun

11 County dairies to observe June as National Dairy Month

The Texas Association of Dairymen – which represents Texas’ 395 dairy farmers in legislative and regulatory issues – invites Texans to celebrate June as National Dairy Month.

The Dairy industry is very important in Lamb County, since there are 11 dairies located here, and a milk processing plant is currently being constructed, with 2018 as the projected time to be in operation.

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Wed
14
Jun

BBQ and Bluegrass event a success

Last Saturday, June 10th, the Littlefield Bluegrass Association hosted its first event, the BBQ and Bluegrass Evening, at the Lamb County Ag Barn. 120 people attended the event, which ran from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. According to Jim Harris, people began arriving for the event before 4 p.m. in order to get good seats and good parking.

Three bluegrass bands performed for an hour each. The bands included Outta Bownds (a five-man group from Littlefield), From the Heartland (a three-person group from Oklahoma), and Pecos Valley Bluegrass (a fourperson band from New Mexico). Robert Nichols served excellent BBQ and fixin’s, and everyone enjoyed the music and the fellowship together.

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Sat
10
Jun

Littlefield Elementary Awards

4TH COURT OF HONOR—These Littlefield Elementary 4th graders received their Court of Honor certificates for all “A”s: Presley Haltom, Kyra Nesbitt, and Sean Ybarra.

 

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Sat
10
Jun

Youth Theater Summer Camp set to begin at Sudan June 12

The Youth Theater Summer Camp is coming to Lamb County and Sudan for the first time this summer!

This interactive day camp, to be held at the Sudan Lodge, located on the corner of Second Street and Temple Street in Sudan, is designed for youth ages 8-12, who love to perform.

The camp will run from Monday, June 12 through Friday, June 16, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon daily, and will be directed by Amy Baldauf.

 

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Wed
07
Jun

Juneteenth Celebration offering fun for everyone

Littlefield’s Juneteenth Committee is inviting everyone out to enjoy the annual Junteenth Celebration, starting Saturday, June 17, with the parade, then continuing on Sunday with a 3 p.m. church service in Dunbar Park; and events in Dunbar Park on Monday, June 19.

Saturday, June 17

All churches, businesses, floats, organizations, walkers, bike riders, horse riders and bands, are invited to participate in the Annual Juneteenth Parade, to form “the Gospel Train” which will line up at 9:30 a.m. on the Phelps Avenue vacant lot between Delano Avenue and Third Street.

 

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Sat
03
Jun

EARLY RISERS LIONS PROGRAM

EARLY RISERS LIONS PROGRAM—Littlefield Fire Chief Jamie Grey presented an update on the fire department for the Early Risers Lions Club Tuesday morning during their regular meeting. Neal Ray, Lion Boss, expressed his apprecition to Chief Grey for the information about the 15 volunteers who are active with the department. A grant has been received from the Forrest Service to allow them a new fire fighting tanker, which should be here in the next few months.

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