Littlefield Life

Sat
22
Apr

Littlefield getting funding to expand economic development for creation of more local jobs

By JOELLA LOVVORN 

Cecily A. Miller, director of Economic Development with SPAG, (South Plains Association of Governments) presented information during a workshop Tuesday morning, regarding the Small and Microenterprise Revolving Fund, (SMRF), awarded by Texas Department of Agriculture to the City of Littlefield.

The current need for this fund, to be offered by the City of Littlefield, and administered by SPAG, is to expand economic development, and create jobs.

The city is expanding lending opportunities to small business and microenterprises in the area, through a cooperative agreement with the non-profit development organization (SPAG), to support job creation and retention activity for predominately low and moderate income person, but requires additional capitalization to do so.

 

Wed
19
Apr

RESERVE SENIOR ANGUS HEIFER CALF CHAMPION

Karlee Jones of Earth, is owner of the EXAR Frontier Gal 5901 Angus heifer that won the Reserve Senior Heifer Calf Champion at the 2017 Western National Angus Futurity Super Point Roll of Victory Show, on April 2, in Reno, Nev. She was among the Angus exhibitors who led 156 entries at the show. Dean Janssen of Peoria, Ill, evaluated the entries before naming the champions.

 

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Wed
19
Apr

Harmonee House Easter Egg hunt, Sat.

OFF AND RUNNING—The younger children that were lined up for the Harmonee House Easter Egg Hunt Saturday afternoon in Amherst, were allowed to go first, then the older ones were released. Shown here are some of the younger children before the older ones were released, and outran some of these younger ones. At least 2,400 eggs were highly visible in the grass, here on the south and east side of the Harmonee House in Amherst, and it didn’t take very long for all of the colorful eggs to be picked up. Residents of the home were seated on the south, east and in the shade on the north side of one of the wings of the residence, to watch.

 

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Sat
15
Apr

Holly Nelson to marry Zach Bounds June 24

Holly Michelle Nelson of Littlefield, and Zachary Joe Bounds, also of Littlefield, have announced their engagement and approaching marriage on Saturday, June 24, at First United Methodist Church in Littlefield.

Holly is the daughter of Lane and Vonda Nelson of Littlefield.

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Sat
15
Apr

Stueart wins 2017 Jerry Barton Service Award at April 12 lunch

LEVELLAND – Michael Stueart, formerly of Littlefield, was named the winner of the 2017 Jerry Barton Service Achievement Award during the annual Service Club Luncheon held Wednesday, April 12, in the Sundown Room of the Student Center on the South Plains College campus.

Each year, the Levelland service clubs nominate an outstanding member for the Jerry Barton Service Achievement Award. This distinguished member has gone above and beyond in his or her volunteer efforts through service to the club and the community.

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Wed
12
Apr

2017 LHS TALENT SHOW WINNERS

Littlefield School students competed in the school’s first talent show. Students sang, performed magic or played instruments for the high school student body and faculty.

Taking first place was Lexi Leos, second from left, who played the guitar and sang, while the trio of Jaquelyne Garcia, Andrew Deluzio and Jonathan Scroggins performed a piece using Xylophones to take second place; and Sergio Savala’s voice earned him third place. Shown, left to right, are: Sergio Savala, Lexi Leos, Andrew Deluzio, Jaquelyne Garcia and Jonathan Scroggins.

 

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Wed
12
Apr

Saturday, 47th annual Ranch Day

Activities for the whole family made ranching—both past and present—come alive from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for visitors to the 47th Annual Ranch Day Saturday, April 15, at the National Ranching Heritage Center (NRHC) in Lubbock. “Ranch Day has one focus— ranching,” said Helen DeVitt Jones, Director of Education. Julie Hodges, predicts more than 5,000 visitors will visit the spacious 19- acre historical park. Visitors willl be able to see chuck wagons, cowboys, horses, heifers, sheep, an old-time “Snake Oil” magic show and even an authentic

Sat
08
Apr

LUNCHEON SPEAKER

LUNCHEON SPEAKER—Cindy Muller, Salvation Army Board Chairman was the featured speaker for the Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon for April at noon Tuesday. She talked about the fun and inspiration children have when they get to attend the free Camp Hoblitzelle for their age group in the summer. Camp for children 10 to 12 years old is set for June 12 through 14; while camp for the Tween Retreat for ages 13 through 15 is set for July 17 through 20.

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Sat
08
Apr

Littlefield students at SPC inducted in Phi Theta Kappa

LEVELLAND – This spring 66 students joined South Plains College’s Kappa Mu Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. An induction ceremony was held recently in the Sundown Room to recognize those students who attended.

Dr. Gail Malone, Ph.D., Director of the Teaching and Learning in the SPC Education Department, presented the keynote address.

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Wed
05
Apr

Adriana Cueto receives scholarship from GenTX

Littlefield senior, Adriana Cueto was one of 50 recipients in the area to receive a $1,000 scholarship from GenTX, and the only recipient from Littlefield High School.

Gen TX day is a state-wide celebration where they recognize seniors.

 

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