Littlefield Life

Sat
10
Mar

PERFECT ATTENDANCE FOR FIRST GRADE

These students in first grade at Littlefield Primary School have achieved perfect attendance for the first six weeks. Those in Mrs. Miles Room 10 are:

Alana Coronado, Eliver Fernandez, Anissa Gonzalez, Trenton Harris, Brandon McMullen and Angel Pacheco. Mrs. Comacho Room 11: Kyzer Billingsley, Zoey P. Cristan, Jocalynn Hernandez, Rylee Miller, Hector Rosa, Ilyanna Vargas, Yanelii Villafranco, Kiara Yarbrough and Angel Zapata. Those in Mrs. Villanueva Room 12: Carlos Almance, Nalia Cleveland, Zaidyn Leal, Holden McKinnerney, Adyleigh Rodriguez, Jacob Rodriguez, and Kayliz Trejo. Those in Mrs. Bennink’s Room 15: Easton Diaz, Jordon Finch, Avelyn Garcia, Crystal Garcia, Leah Garcia, Jericho Hernandez, Nicholas Marquez, Eziquell Prieto, Carson Robinson, Janella Rodriquez, and Juan Santillan. Those in Mrs. Rena’s Room 16: Heidi Fernandez, Alyson Hernandez, Hayden Lopez Tristen Ramirez, Morgan Rivas and Cristian Rubio.

 

Sat
10
Mar

4-H and FFA members attend major state Livestock Shows

Lamb County Youth have traveling Texas roads after the Lamb County and Area Shows.

They have already participated in three major stock shows, including Fort Worth, San Angelo and San Antonio Stock Shows, with two more to compete in.

Youth from Lamb County 4-H, Sudan, Littlefield, Olton, Springlake-Earth and Amherst FFA have been traveling many of miles to participate in these stock shows that they have worked all year to attend.

 

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Wed
07
Mar

INDEPENDENCE DAY BANQUET

A meal of rib-eye steak, baked potato, salad, and fruit cobbler, dinner rolls, and iced tea was served Saturday night in the Springlake Volunteer Fire Department building. The event is celebrated for Texas’ Independence from Mexico, on March 2, every year. The Lone Star Flag as we see it today, was adopted by the Republic of Texas in January 1839, and flies the same colors as the U.S. Flag. It became the official state flag when Texas entered the Union as the 28th state, on December 29, 1845.

 

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Wed
07
Mar

South Plains College announces United gift to Culinary Arts Dept

LUBBOCK--South Plains College hosted a press conference Wednesday morning, March 7, to announce a gift for the Culinary Arts Program.

The United Family® has granted South Plains College $750,000 to support the program. The grant from United Supermarkets establishes a $250,000 scholarship endowment to provide financial assistance to students in the program. The remaining $500,000 is dedicated to the facility renovations that will result in a state-ofthe- art culinary instructional space.

“We are very appreciative of the ongoing partnership we have with United Supermarkets. This support helps South Plains College better serve the educational and workforce needs of Lubbock,” said Dr. Robin Satterwhite, SPC president.

 

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Sat
03
Mar

Olton Chamber hosting 61st Banquet

The Olton Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its 61st Annual Banquet at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 10, in the Olton ISD cafeteria.

“Adventure Begins in Olton” it the theme for this year’s annual banquet, which will feature a meal of pork tenderloin with sides, a drink and dessert, which will be prepared by the Olton Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture’s Board of Directors.

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Sat
03
Mar

EARLY RISERS LIONS PROGRAM

EARLY RISERS LIONS PROGRAM—Rob Ybarra, director of marketing for Lowe’s/Food King, and owner of Willie’s Grill in Littlefield, presented the program for the Early Risers Lions Club Tuesday morning. Welcoming him to the meeting were Lion Boss Mitch Grant, left; and Program Chairman Ronnie Vaughn, right.

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Wed
28
Feb

CORN MEAL COATING ON FISH

Getting the Talapia fish ready to fry, are Nicholas Garcia, waiting to fill the pan to be taken to the frying crew; and Rosie Loredo and Lily Loredo dipping the fish in the corn meal coating for the Friday evening, Feb. 23, fund-raising fish fry at Sacred Heart Church.

 

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Wed
28
Feb

KINDERGARTEN PERFECT ATTENDANCE

These Kindergarten students in Littlefield Primary School have been recognized as having perfect attendance for the fourth six weeks. In K-1, Mrs. Davis’ room, are: Dylan Adkins, Isahi Avalos, Alaina Barrera, Dalinda Habekott, Emma Marquez, and Jazmine Rojero. Those in K-2, Mrs. Trugillo’s room: Nadia Martinez and Annalicia Vargas. In K-4, Mrs. Hartley’s room: Alianna Medina, Caylie Navarrete, and Colin Yarbrough. In K-5, Miss. Ferguson’s room: Isaias Cedillo, Kenny Dymoke, Amaris Martin, Gabriel Nevarez, Emmaris Ojeda, Kenya Reyes and Kendall Vargas. In K-6, Ms. Weldon’s room: Griffin Carrasco, Ma’Kayla Chavez, Jacob Garcia, Analyna Hinojosa, Noah Martinez, Elijah Mesa and Sonilee Pizana.

 

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Sat
24
Feb

McNabb catches calf at San Antonio scramble

Layton “Gus” McNabb, 4- year member of Littlefield FFA Chapter, caught a calf during the Calf Scramble Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 at the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo.

4-H and FFA youth competed for certificates to purchase a breeding animal to show at next year’s San Antonio Stock Show. Throughout the year, the winners complete reports over specific topics such as: animal selection, animal care, nutrition, etc.

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Wed
21
Feb

Trace Goodman wins scholarship during San Antonio Calf Scramble

SAN ANTONIO – A Calf Scramble was held Feb. 17, 2018 during the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, where 4-H and FFA youth competed for certificates to purchase a breeding animal to show at next year’s San Antonio Stock Show. Throughout the year they complete reports over specific topics such as: animal selection, animal care, nutrition, etc. Also, Trace Goodman of Earth, the first of many who caught a calf during the scramble, won the premium scholarship in this event. Goodman is a member of Springlake-Earth FFA Chapter. He plans to purchase a Charolias heifer with his certificate.

 

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