Littlefield Life

Wed
30
May

Rotary Club honors Scholars at Banquet

By JOELLA LOVVORN

Littlefield Rotary Club hosted its annual Rotary Scholarships Award Banquet Tuesday evening, in the Fellowship Hall of First United Methodist Church.

The nine Littlefield High School Senior recipients of the 2018 Rotary Scholarships were the special guests, along with their special guests, including parents, some grandparents, some siblings, and current scholars from previous years, who are still utilizing their scholarships.

 

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Sat
26
May

Area Veterans invited to Resouce meetings

The Central Plains Center’s Military Veteran Peer Network (MVPN) in Plainview serves nine area counties to assist their veterans, and area veterans are invited to participate. Veteran Resource Meetings are held every second and fourth

 

Thursday of each month, starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Plainview Salvation Army Center, located at 201 Ash Streeet (Ash and Second Street). Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m., and the meeting will proceed after the meal. The MVPN Peer Services Coordinator is available to assist military service members, veterans, and their families to get help and support; find resources; meet other veterans; or for PTSD, TBI, MSI and MI support. The Military Veteran Service Peer Network also considers assistance to veterans who are having problems with utilities, food, rent, or other situations.

 

 

Sat
26
May

Chamber of Commerce honors Littlefield Students

FIRST GRADE “A” HONOR ROLL – Honored Thursday evening, May 17, 2018, during the Chamber of Commerce’s All- School “A” and “A & B” Awards Ceremony and Reception, were these First Grade students at Littlefield Primary School. Introducing them was Principal Jan Richards, as Superintendent Robert Dillard presented their certificates. They are, left to right, Alana Coronado, Donavin Franklin-Garcia, Jacob Fuentes, Anissa Gonzalez, Zaidyn Leal, Brenna Lowe, Adyleigh Rodriquez, Chanel Salinas and Zephaniah Silvas

 

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Wed
23
May

Jubilee Cotton graduates from JC State Home School

Jubilee Grace Cotton, daughter of Tim and Janet Cotton, graduated from JC State Home School at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 12, 2018, at the Indiana Baptist Church, 9507 Indiana Avenue, in Lubbock.

Her school and other activities include Christ in The Arts Ballet company six years; Lubock JUBILEE COTTON Aquarium Student Ambassador; Redeemer Lubbock Praise and Worship Team (violin, keys, and voice); Youth Leadership Team; and Youth Praise and Worship Team.

She also worked with Meals On Wheels four years, Tiatan Cross Country, two years; Wigs for Kids; Drama, three years; and West Texas Running Club, four years (medalist and volunteer).

 

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Wed
23
May

Chamber of Commerce Awards Ceremony and Reception

ADMINISTRATORS AT AWARDS AND RECEPTION— These Littlefield ISD Principals, Superintendent, and Chamber of Commerce President introduced and presented awards to students in every grade Thursday evening, May 17, in recognition to their being on the “All-A and A&B” Honor Rolls during the entire 2017-2018 school year. Students were honored during the annual Chamber of Commerce’s Awards Ceremony and Reception. Shown, left to right, are Ricky Hobbs, Littlefield High School principal; Mitch McNeese, Littlefield Junior High School principal; Tom Whistler, Elementary School principal; Jan Richards, Primary School principal; Rick Richards, Assistant Superintendent; Robert Dillard, Superintendent; and Jason Hunter, Chamber of Commerce president.

 

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Sat
19
May

Eight $2,000 scholarships awarded to area seniors

Five Area Telephone and West Plains Telecommunications have awarded eight $2,000 scholarships to students continuing their education at an accredited vocational school, college or university.

The Board of Directors of Five Area/West Plains selected the scholarship winners at the board meeting held on May 3, 2018. These scholarships are awarded to high school seniors who reside in one of the telephone exchanges served by our Companies.

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Sat
19
May

LHS Seniors receive hundreds of awards

By JOELLA LOVVORN

Hundreds of awards for a wide variety of student accomplishments were presented Monday night to Littlefield High School students, when the 2017-2018 High School Awards Assembly and Reception was held.

The program got under way when High School Principal Ricky Hobbs called on Courtney Reed to welcome the guests, Nick Garcia to give the invocation, and Brittney Smith to lead the Pledge of Allegiance.

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Wed
16
May

NEW ROTARY MEMBER

NEW ROTARY MEMBER – Last week, Thursday, April 26, 2018, Sharon Kaye King was inducted into the Littlefield Rotary Club as a new member. Kaye is an EMS Specialist and Investigator with the Department of State Health Services. 

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Wed
16
May

Benefit for the Senior Citizens held Saturday

CAR SHOW—These newmodel cars drew a lot of attention Saturday afternoon, during the Support our Seniors Benefit. Many people took looks at these vehicles, as well as some of the older models that were parked on the parking lot across the street from the Lamb County Senior Citizens’ Center. 

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Sat
12
May

Rocky Ford Church gets surprise guests

By JUNE HEIM

On Sunday, May 6, 2018, members of Rocky Ford Baptist Church experienced a special treat and surprise.

Ninety-year-old Weldon Reed, his son and daughter-in-law, Kenny and Darla Reed, all of Portales, N.M. had come to attend worship services.

Weldon had attended Rocky Ford with his family when he was a child, and had moved to the Portales vicinity many years ago, but had never forgotten the ties he had to this little, country church. Weldon’s family had attended services at the old community tabernacle north of Blackwater Draw, which was a mile from what is now Hwy. 385, and his dad helped construct what is now Rocky Ford Baptist Church. The present-day building was constructed in 1938 after Hwy 385 was paved.

 

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