Littlefield Life

Wed
19
Sep

SPECIAL PLAQUE PRESENTATION

Ronnie Vaughn, right, Early Risers Lions Club Secretary and Program coordinator, was presented a special pen mounted on a State of Texas plaque from District 2 T-2 Governor Terry Hawkins, in honor of Vaughn’s work and dedication to the Lions Club and District 2 T-2 through the years. Making the presentation during the meeting Tuesday morning, is Early Risers Lion Boss, Eric Turpen, left.

 

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Wed
19
Sep

WAYNE SWART PLAYING HARMONICA

Bluegrass Harmonica music was another treat for those attending the Littlefield Bluegrass Association’s Jam Session Saturday night in Jim Harris’ home’s back yard. He is shown with Dennis McCain, who was playing the guitar, along with the other members of the musical group.

 

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Wed
12
Sep

NEW EXTENSION AGENT

Early Risers Lion member Danny Pdilla, center, who is the club’s new member chairman, expressed his “thank-yous” to County Extension Agent Katie Mangold, left, for her introduction of the county’s new Ag Extension Agent, Kyle Howard, right. Howard grew up as a member of a 4-H program, so he has a working knowledge of how 4-H is a benefit to the county’s youth and the leadership they depend upon.

 

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Wed
29
Aug

OLTON MUSTANG MARCHING BAND’S MARCH-A-THON

Saturday morning, Aug. 25, the Olton High School’s Mighty Marching Band marched up and down Olton Streets for four hours as they conducted their third annual March-A-Thon. They marched and played their instruments from 8:30 a.m. to about 12:30 p.m., while stopping in front of homes to present mini concerts, where they attempted to raise at least $100 in pledges per band student. They were raising funds to benefit the band and its needs.

 

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Wed
29
Aug

NEW CARDIAC MONITOR

The Littlefield EMS Volunteer Association, in partnership with the City of Littlefield and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), teamed up in the purchase of a new Zoll Cardiac Monitor. The USDA provided grant money with the EMS Volunteer Association and City providing funds to round out the purchase. The cardiac monitor has the newest state-of-the-art capabilities and will be a great asset to enhance patient care. Shown, left to right are: Eric Turpen, Mayor, City of Littlefield; Vivian Klecker, USDA Community Program Specialist Rural Development; Janine Butler, Littlefield EMS Volunteer President; Michael Jordan, Littlefield EMS Training Officer; Monica McGee, Littlefield EMS Director; and Mitch Grant, Littlefield City Manager.

 

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Sat
25
Aug

MUSEUM PROGRAM FOR ROTARY

hursday noon, members of the Littlefield Rotary Club were treated to a three-soup and cornbread luncheon, by members of the Board of Directors of the Duggan House Museum. Rotarians made tours thru the Museum; heard information about the rooms in the home, from Wanda Erickson, director (left); an encouraging message of the museum’s current need of financial support

 

 

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Wed
22
Aug

GETTING SCHOOL SUPPLIES

Friday evening, Lori Zinn was busy volunteering at the Inspire Youth Program in the “Our Place Community Center” in Laguna Park. After Ricky Zinn had checked in the recipients, gave them some gifts, and marked their hands, she presented them with sacks and some school supplies, before directing them to go down in front of the table in the background, to get other supplies.

 

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Tue
21
Aug

JUNIOR HIGH WILDCAT MASCOT

The energetic Wildcat Mascot at Littlefield Junior High School, was at the Inspire Youth’s Back-to-School Bash, while many students were provided with free school supplies Friday evening at the “Our Place Community Center” in Laguna Park. The Mascot is shown with Wildcat supporter and the Lamb County Leader-News editor, Joella Lovvorn. A volunteer photographer took an opportunity to snap this unique photo on the Leader-News’ camera.

 

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Sat
18
Aug

WILDCAT STREET PARTY

Littlefield Wildcat Head Football Coach Brent Green talked about the upcoming season and thanked everyone that attended the 2018 Wildcat Street Party.

 

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Sat
18
Aug

SERVING BURGERS

Many volunteers took the time to help serve burgers at Friday’s Wildcat Street Party.

 

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