Littlefield Life

Sat
07
Jul

DAVY TROTTER

DAVY TROTTER of Spade was honored Monday, July 2, during a special retirement ceremony, and following a special dinner for Lamb County Employees.

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Wed
04
Jul

Malaspina-Ensor vows repeated at wedding

Tara Malaspina and Coty Ensor, both formerly of Littlefield, exchanged wedding vows Saturday, June 16th, at The Abbott House in Seguin, Texas in the presence of their daughter, Tatum, family and a small group of friends.

Lt. Colonel Sean Dublin (brother-in-law of the bride) officiated the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Cynthia Reed of Lubbock; Jack and Teresa Malaspina of Itasca, TX; and the late A.D. and Wanda Chaney of Fieldton.

 

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Wed
04
Jul

FOOD KING SUMMER OF SHARING

Last week, at Food King on Slide Road in Lubbock, the store celebrated all the food they had gathered during the South Plains Food Banks Summer of Sharing program. Those who attended were treated to hot dogs, drinks and other activities in the stores parking lot. A watermelon eating contest was also held. Shown are Food King employees along with this year’s Texas Watermelon Queen.

 

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Sat
30
Jun

New museum exhibition has Parker’s headdress

CANYON— The Panhandle- Plains Historical Museum is excited to announce the new Native Lifeways of the Plains. This exhibition will be located in the Bivins Gallery, and opened on May 26, 2018 and will be on exhibition until May 2019.

Among the exhibit’s greatest treasures are the headdress and war lance of Quanah Parker, a Kiowa calendar recording events from 1874-1892, and art by the Kiowa Five. An interactive teepee will help visitors imagine the lived reality of nomadic Plains tribes as they migrated alongside the massive buffalo herds that once covered the American West from horizon to horizon. However, the relationship between these tribes and the animals of their environment was not limited to their interactions with buffalo. Visitors will see devices designed to harness the power of dogs as pack animals and, later on, how native peoples adopted the horse and transformed their lifeways fundamentally.

 

Sat
30
Jun

CAMP HOBLITZELLE PARTICIPANTS

These five local youth attended Salvation Army’s Summer Camp at Camp Hoblitzelle in Midlothian, from June 18-23. Hoblitzelle Camp and Conference Center is part of The Salvation Army’s worldwide Christian evangelical ministry. Its goal is to share God’s love with others by encouraging them to explore, discover and appreciate nature; provide quality service and clean facilities in a peaceful setting; and provide opportunities for fun, adventure and fellowship through social and recreational activities. Shown, left to right, are: Mercedes Mojica, Christian Solis, X’Zander McDowell, Daphne Gage, and Noah Martin.

 

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Wed
27
Jun

SUMMER READING PROGRAM

SUMMER READING PROGRAM—The third grade students in summer school participated in the Barnes and Noble summer reading program. The students read eight books, listed the title, the author, and their favorite parts, in order to receive their free books. Shown on the Back Row L-R:

Terry Handley, Jasmine Brown, Aracely Troche, Arianna Dewbre, Jade Silva, Elijah Perez, William Klatt, Zander Lopez, and Mrs. Adkins. Those on the Center Row are: Jeremiah Longoria, Isaac Mata, Nathaniel Garcia, and Evan Mendoza. On the Front Row are: Brendan Alcantar, Katelynn Gallegos, Shayla Lepez, Ava Guerrero, Jayden Brown, Erykah Moore, and Ashlynn Collins

 

 

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Wed
27
Jun

Lfd. Cheer Camp

Lfd. Cheer Camp

 

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Wed
20
Jun

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo awards $1.4 Million in scholarships

Jonathan Burt of Lamb County is among 70 students from the Texas 4-H program who will attend college, thanks in part to $1.4 million in scholarships from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™, presented during the Texas 4-H Roundup in College Station, Thursday, June 14, 2018.

“Texas 4-H is the largest youth development program in our state, promoting knowledge, leadership and self-confidence through hands-on learning experiences, many of which involve some facet of agriculture,” said Joel Cowley, Show president and CEO. “Because these goals and values directly align with those of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, it is very rewarding to recognize the accomplishments of these talented scholars.”

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Wed
20
Jun

Juneteenth Celebration

JUNETEENTH BAKE-OFF WINNERS—First place winner is Ann Bradley; second place, Retha Williams; and third place, Tiffany Herrera.

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Sat
16
Jun

Third Grade Awards

THIRD GRADE MOST IMPROVED—These Littlefield Elementary students received Most Improved and Outstanding certificates in each of the school subjects. Most Improved in English: Jonah Ramirez. Most Improved in Math: Elijah Perez. Most Improved in Reading: Cobi Saldana. Most Improved in Science: Calissa Jouett. Most Improved in Social Studies: Phoenix Carrasco. Excellence in Music: Brianna Aleman and Boston Haltom. Most Outstanding in P.E.: Cobi Saldana and Jayden Barrio. Excellence in English: Nevaeh Lopez. Excellence in Math: Alexis DeLeon. Excellence in Reading: Jayden Barrio. Excellence in Science: Marcus Mora; and Excellence in Social Studies: Boston Haltom.(Submitted Photo)

 

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