Littlefield Life

Wed
12
Jul

VISITING AT FARMERS’ MARKET

While others were selling their farm produce, Brent Robison and Jerry Fudge enjoyed visiting and talking about all sorts of subjects Saturday, during the Farmers’ Market, on the grassy area in front of the Santa Fe Depot building in downtown Littlefield.

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Wed
12
Jul

Dan Foley bike ride/benefit meal

COOKING THE BRISKETS - Craig Doty, Tyler Moss, Troy Moss, Pete Edwards, Dan Foshee and John Shipp.

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Wed
12
Jul

SETTING FOR ASSISTANCE

The Anton Senior Citizens’ Center was the setting for Anton residents who needed assistance with their lives, following the tornadic-like wind and hail storm that blew through the Anton area Friday night, June 30 or Saturday morning, July 1.

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Wed
05
Jul

Bands ready to perform for Celebrate Littlefield

Plans for the 2017 annual “Celebrate Littlefield” are being finetuned, with most of the events now set.

The giant event will begin at 5:30 p.m. Friday, July 14, and continue all day Saturday, July 15.

At 9 a.m. Saturday, gates will open for Celebrate Littlefield at the Lamb County Ag and Community Center grounds.

Tickets are now on sale for $15 per person at Littlefield’s City Hall, 301 XIT Drive; the Littlefield Chamber of Commerce office, 601 East Fourth Street; and at Jo Jo’s Attic, 200 East Marshall Howard Blvd. (Highway 84). Tickets will be exchanged for wristbands at the gate, to allow admission throughout the day, in case anyone has to “go out and come back in.”

 

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Wed
05
Jul

SILENT READING PROGRAM PARTY

The Littlefield Public Library held their party for the Silent Reading Program last Wednesday at the Littlefield Community Center. The kids, parents and staff enjoyed hot dogs, burgers and ice cream to end their summer reading program.

 

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Sat
01
Jul

1997 LHS class celebrating 20th reunion July 14th, 15th

The Littlefield High School Class of 1997 will celebrate its 20-year reunion during the Celebrate Littlefield Activities July 14 and 15.

Classmates are encouraged to attend all of the celebration activities.

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Sat
01
Jul

Horseshoe Tourney sign-ups end July 10th

The annual Celebrate Littlefield Horseshoe Tournament is back this year, but will be done a little differently.

The tournament will be a two-day event, starting with the preliminary playoffs Friday, July 14th at 7 p.m. For those who make it to the championship bracket, the finals will begin Saturday morning, July 15th at 9 a.m.

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Wed
28
Jun

DEDICATED TO DOWNTOWN

Judy Reese has taken ‘Clean-up Littlefield’ to a new level. She can be seen at any time working on the downtown landscaping on the blocks of 300 and 400. She encourages all the business owners and volunteers downtown to do their part to Keep Littlefield Beautiful. He came home with two awards. He won second place in Ring B and third-place in Ring A, with his Charolais Heifer.

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Wed
28
Jun

Winners at Plainview Parade of Breeds

TAKES TWO PLACES—Trace Goodman of Earth participated in the 35th annual Panhandle Parade of Breeds Junior Heifer Show in Plainview June 15, 16 and 17 in the Ollie Liner Center.

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Wed
28
Jun

Community-Wide Clean-up!

COMMUNITY-WIDE CLEAN-UP – Members of the Littlefield’s Girl Scout Troop 6048 asked volunteers to help them with a community-wide clean-up in Littlefield this past Saturday. The clean-up began at the Girl Scout Hut in Laguna Park and focused on different spots throughout the community.

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