Littlefield Life

Wed
06
Dec

LHS CHARACTER COUNTS AWARDS

Honored Monday, Dec. 4, at Littlefield High School were these four students, who were recognized for good citizenship while on the campus.

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Sat
02
Dec

EARLY RISERS AWARDS

The Early Risers Lions Club of Littlefield received recognition from Lions Club International, and received a Membership Satisfaction Patch to display on their banner in the background. Membership growth exemplifies the Lions’ Mission Statement:

“To empower volunteers to serve their community, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace, and promote interntional understanding.” Also recognized individually were Danny Padilla, second from right; and Eric Turpen, right, who received Silver Centennial Pins, and Ronnie Vaughn, second from left, who received the Gold Centennial Pin. Shown on the left, congratulating these members is Lion Boss Mitch Grant, left.

 

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Sat
02
Dec

SERVING APPRECIATION LUNCH

These women served the customers who attended the South Plains Irrigation’s Customer Appreciation Lunch Thursday noon in the Olton Ag Pavilion. Standing behind the salads and packaged dressings, are, left to right, Guille Montalvo, Sarahi Rodriguez, Ana Calvillo, Anita Campos, Selena Diaz, Ermelinda Cortez and Letty Gutierrez. The end of the line-up for having their plates served was just after 1 p.m.

 

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Wed
29
Nov

Pep draws huge crowd to 72nd annual Festival

These were only a few of the 1,286 people who stood in line to attend the Thanksgiving Festival at Pep Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. That is the combined total number who ate their meal at St. Philip Neri Parish Hall, and those who picked up their carry-out meals, and ate them somewhere else.

 

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Wed
29
Nov

SERVING CARRY-OUT PLATES

Several people waited in line to get their Thanksging carryout plates filled Thursday morning, Thanksgiving Day. At work are Karfen Green and Marilyn Driskill, who put their assigned part of the food in the plates, before covering them. Karen is dipping green breans, while the German Sausage is shown beside them.

 

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Sat
25
Nov

WORKING IN METHODIST KITCHEN

Saturday, Nov. 18, members of Olton’s First United Methodist Church, served their annual chili-stew lunch and conducted their Bazaar. Those found working in the kitchen were, left to right, Angie Martin, who was holding her granddaughter, Steelee Martin; McKenzie Cearley, Mary Bass and Christine Falcon. Shown behind McKenzie is Ray Lehman. A guest is shown choosing some goodies to go with her bowl of chili or stew, whichever she chose.

 

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Sat
25
Nov

SCHOLARSHIP FUND

A scholarship has been established at Texas Tech University to honor life-long Anton farmer and resident, Johnie Harper, Jr. The 2017 recipient of the award, Emma Mortensen of Brush, Colo., was recognized at the 90th Annual Texas Tech University Agriculture Department “Pig Roast” Scholarship Banquet at the Lubbock Civic Center on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. Miss Mortensen is the daughter of Bradley and Cristi Mortensen and is a sophomore at Texas Tech majoring in Animal Science-Meat Science. This scholarship is awarded annually to a member of the university’s collegiate meat judging program, and Emma is a member of the 2017-18 Team. Also shown are Susan Fletcher (Johnie’s daughter) and her husband, Tom. Harper’s son, John Harper III was unable to attend due to the harvest.

 

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Wed
22
Nov

WORKING AT AUXILIARY BAZAAR

Janet Conkin, member of the Lamb Healthcare Center’s Auxiliary, was working Thursday in the Auxiliary’s Bazaar, held in the Atrium of the hospital. A varity of things were for sale, to raise funds to purchase items for the hospital.

 

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Wed
22
Nov

Veterans’ Day Program honors Springlake-Earth area veterans

A Veterans’ Day program and breakfast honoring Springlake-Earth area Veterans was prepared by Springlake-Earth FCCLA high school students.

A prayer was given by Pastor Rob Norris of the First Baptist Church of Springlake.

President Kamryn Alvarez and other FCCLA students led the pledges to the U.S. and Texas flags.

 

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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.

 

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