Littlefield Life

Wed
04
Oct

TAKING BLANKET DONATIONS

These members of the Lamb County Electic Cooperative, Inc. employees, are receiving blankets for the second annual blanket drive, sponsored by the South Plains Community Action Center. The drive began Tuesday, Oct. 3, and will be receiving the blankets through Friday Nov. 3. They will be distributed on Tuesday, Nov. 7, to the elderly and disabled population of the Littlefield Area.

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Sat
30
Sep

Thomas-Shipp united in double ring ceremony

Kristin Kelley Thomas and Jaren Trace Shipp were united in marriage on Sept. 9, 2017 during a 6 p.m. outdoor  ceremony  at  the  Llano Estacado Winery in Lubbock.  The double  ring  ceremony  was  performed by Jeff Smith, college friend of the bride. The bride is the daughter of Ric and  Rhonda  Thomas  of  Lubbock. Her  grandparents  are  the  late Ronnie and Darla Greene, of Lubbock and Ken and Susan Thomas of Portland, OR. The  groom  is  the  son  of  John and Kathy Shipp of Littlefield.  He is the grandson of Audra Shipp of Littlefield and the late Miller Shipp and Geraldine Blackburn.

 

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Sat
30
Sep

Early Risers’ Steak Supper

Early Risers’ Steak Supper

 

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Sat
23
Sep

CHECK PRESENTATION

The Littlefield High Scholl Student Council along with their fellow classmates and teachers, were able to raise $3,300 during their sixth period class competition that they had. The money will be donated to Rockport ISD to help buy school supplies and whatever teachers may need for classes. (Pictured L-R): Mabri Tillman (DASH officer), Mardi Birkelbach (Vice President), Courtney Reed (President), Brinleigh Ray (Parlimentarium), Claudia Martinez (Secretary), Jenna Miles (Energy & Environment officer), and Madison Rios (Pride & Patriotism Officer).

 

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Sat
23
Sep

Hospital Board of Managers receive several reports Tuesday

By JOELLA LOVVORN

At noon Tuesday, Sept. 19, members of the Board of Managers of the Lamb County Hospital heard several reports during a regular business meeting.

After the call to order by the President, Tony Barton, there was no business to discuss during an open forum.

Minutes of the Aug. 15 meeting were approved as presented. A review of the financial report was presented by Chris Felton, Chief Financial Officer, who began by saying, “August was a rough month!”

 

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Wed
20
Sep

D.A.R.E. OFFICER VISITS STUDENTS

D.A.R.E. OFFICER VISITS STUDENTS—D.A.R.E. Officer Elliot King, shown standing to the left of the tree in the center of the picture, visited with the Kindergarten classrooms on the front yard of the Primary School Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 12. He talked about the various Authority Figures in the community, as part of their lesson that day.

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Sat
16
Sep

Nichole Merrifield to marry Tanner Heffington Sept. 23

Kambra Nichole Merrifield and Bradley Tanner Heffington, both of Littlefield, have scheduled their wedding date for Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 at “The Walnut Tree” at Olton.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Chad and Hyla Merrifield of Peoria, Ariz.

The prospective bridegroom is the son of Brad and Kim Heffington of Littlefield.

Nichole is a graduate of Sunrise Mountain High School in Peoria, Ariz, and also from Grand Canyon University. She is employed at Littlefield High School as the High School math teacher.

Tanner is a graduate of Littlefield High School, and a cotton farmer in the Littlefield area.

 

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Sat
16
Sep

Art Club selling cookies to help hurricane victims

The Littlefield High School Art Club is having a fund raiser to earn money to send to the Texas hurricane victims.

The Art Club is selling large chocolare chip, raisin and chocolate cookies for $2 each.

Anyone wishing to purchase some of these cookies to help our Texas friends who are affected by the hurricane, please call Mrs. Tammy Green at Littlefield High School, (806) 385-5683.

 

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Wed
13
Sep

Beginning Day held by sorority

Members of the Xi Nu Nu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held their first meeting for the 2017- 2018 year in the home of President Jan McCrary on Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017.

Beginning Day has traditionally been the day all active members of Beta Sigma Phi celebrate the beginning of a new sorority year.

 

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Wed
13
Sep

CHEERLEADING SQUAD

Littlefield High School Cheerleaders honored a former cheer squad leader, Iris Harlin, resident of Arbor Grace Wellness Center, during the special “Homecoming Ceremonies” for the residents Friday afternoon, Sept. 8. The special recognition brought back memories of her younger years, as she was in a cheering squad. Shown with Iris are: left to right, Daisy Garcia, Trinity Ayala, Marty Birkelbach, Brinleigh Ray, Tiffany Lopez, Monica Orona, Alyssa Castillo, and Jeana Acevedo. During the celebration, finger foods and othe refreshments were served to all of the residents who attended.

 

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