Littlefield Life

Sat
18
Nov

EARLY RISERS PROGRAM

Past Lions District 2-T2 Governor Dan Pope, right, who is also Director of the Texas Lions Camp for the District, presented an update on the Lions Camp at Kerrville. He explained there were 1,570 campers who attended camp this summer, with 46 of them being from District 2-T2. The three categories for campers are Handicap Disabilities (ages 7-16), Diabetics, (8-15 yrs. old) and Down Syndrome (12-15 years old). Applications for may be acquired on line, starting Jan. 1, 2018, with a deadline at the end of January. The 70 to 75 counselors range in age from 17 to 25 years old. The High Rollers Harley Davidson Bike Club, presented the camp a $50,000 check of support this past summer. The next camp will be held June 17 – 29, 2018 at no cost for the bus trip or camper. Contact a Lion, or Pope at 806-790-7811, or RonnieVaughn at 806-928-4595, or Mitch Grant,724-5231, or Texas Lions Camp 830-896-8500.

 

Sat
18
Nov

Shopko Hometown announces its 2017 Black Friday hours

Littlefield’s Shopko Hometown announces its 2017 hours on the biggest shopping days of the year and unveils more than 400 doorbusters and 55 WOW doorbusters available, starting at 4 p.m. while supplies last on Thanksgiving and Black Friday. For the second year in a row, Shopko Hometown stores will be open for Black Friday shopping on Thanksgiving Day from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Door buster deals continue on Friday, Nov. 24, at 7 a.m. through 2 p.m. Select Black Friday doorbusters will also be available early on Shopko.com starting Wednesday, Nov. 22.

 

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Wed
15
Nov

Hospital Auxiliary hosting Bake Sale; Bazaar Nov. 16

Lamb Healthcare Center’s Auxiliary will be hosting its Bake Sale and Bazaar from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, in the atrium of the hospital.

Area residents are invited to “go and check things out.”

“Come and buy your Thanksgiving baked goods, and shop a big selection of Christmas items,” members of the Auxiliary encourage.

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Wed
15
Nov

MUSEUM’S THANKSGIVING DINNER

A large crowd is shown as they attended the annual Duggan House Museum’s fund-raising Thanksgiving Dinner during the noon hour Friday, in the Lamb County Senior Citizens’ Center.

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Sat
11
Nov

CHARACTER COUNTS

These five Littlefield High School Students were awarded certificates in honor of their discipline at school. Those on the front receiving certificates for “Kindness” are Mason Rodriquez, Kelsea Sierra, Adam Garcia and Nichayla Sanchez. In back, Jayden Longoria’s certificate was for his “Citizenship”.

 

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Sat
11
Nov

Olton Methodists to serve up its Chili-Stew lunch Nov. 18

Olton’s First United Methodist Church will serve its annual Chili and Stew lunch on Saturday, Nov. 18, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the church’s Fellowship Hall, 312 Avenue D in Olton.

On the menu for the meal are chili or stew, relishes, cornbread or crackers, homemade pie, and water, tea or coffee.

Take-outs will be available.

Children younger than 2 years old may eat free of charge, while the cost for children 2 to 10 years old, is $3; and the cost for adults is $7 per plate.

 

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Wed
08
Nov

MARKING A VETERAN’S GRAVE

Charlie and Lilli Burt were marking the grave of Jimmie L. Armstrong, an Air Force veteran, so that a flag holder may be installed. This allows veterans to be recognized – even when the ground is too dry to place a flag.

 

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Wed
08
Nov

CHILI-STEW SUPPER AND BUSINESS FAIR

The Lamb County Ag and Community Center was a busy place Friday evening, when the Littlefield Rotary Club’s annual Chili- Stew Supper was served, and joined by the Chamber of Commerce’s Business Fair. After the supper was eaten, many made a tour of the business booths that were set up to offer information about what is offered in Littlefield. Lots of free information and take-home items were picked up by those who visited the booths.

 

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Sat
04
Nov

CANDY GUESSING WINNER

WINNER—During the month of October, a jar full of candy corn was displayed for customers to look at and guess the number of kernels in the jar. There were 750 candy corns in the jar, and Rosie Jefferson was the winner, with her guess of 750 candy corns. Congratulations Rosie!!!

 

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Sat
04
Nov

Lamb County 4-H Members successful at Food Challenge

By KATIE MANGOLD

Forty-nine Lamb County 4-H members participated in the District 2 4-H Food Challenge, Monday, Oct. 23, 2017, at the Mallet Event Center in Levelland.

The Food Challenge contest is modeled after such competitions as the Food Network’s Iron Chef. This contest challenges teams of 4-H members to create a dish using only a pre-determined set of ingredients. From these ingredients, team members must identify and prepare the dish, then make a presentation about it to the judges.

District 2 4-H had a record number of participants this year, with 445 4-H’ers participating, 16 senior teams, 43 intermediate teams, and 50 junior teams.

 

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