Littlefield Life

Sat
28
Feb

Blayne McCarty to wed Molly Moore on April 11

Norman and Marchelle Moore of Shallowater, are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter, Molly Moore, to Blayne McCarty, son of Grant and Melissa McCarty of Spade. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Orby and Gay Moore of  Lubbock and Patricia Forgay of Roscoe, along with the late SteveForgay of Sweetwater.
 
Wed
25
Feb

DAUGHTERS LEARN VALUABLE INFORMATION

These were the daughters who attended the educational safety seminar Saturday in the Ag and Community Center. They heard stories about the dangers of posting one’s picture on social media, about sexting messages to someone they don’t even know (or even those they do know), don’t get involved with sex before marriage, how to defend themselves if threatened with bodily injuries, about drinking and driving, texting while driving, and other things that could cause a lifetime of regret.

 

Sat
21
Feb

LCEC’S YOUTH TOUR WINNERS

Winners of the 2015 Lamb County Electric Cooperative’s Government-In-Action Youth Tour, which is scheduled for June 10-19, 2015, are Jose Melendez of Sudan High School and Parker Sarchet of Shallowater High School.

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Wed
18
Feb

FILLING THEIR PLATES

 
ABountiful choice of food was  available for the Valentine’s Fellowship Banquet Saturday night in the Our Place Event  enter. Catering the event was Danny’sFins and Hens. Lines moved down both sides of the tables, to get their choice of roast beef, pork, vegetable salad, mashed potatoes, and gravy, rolls, and cheese cake for dessert. Six churches, New Hope of Amherst, St. John Baptist Church, Irvin Street First Baptist Church, Macedonia Baptist Church of Anton, Peace  eliverance, and New Jerusalem Baptist Church were representedat the event. Pastors participating on the program were James Price, Jr. of New Hope, Ray Trevino of St. John’s, Mitch Atkins of Irvin Street Baptist, Bishop Reggie McDowell of Macedonia of Anton, John McCarty of Peace Deliverance, and Donald Ross of Jew Jerusalem.
 
Wed
18
Feb

SINGING WITH THE BAND

 
Special songs, including “”Because of Who You Are”  were sung by a duet of Adrian Williams and Candy Weaver, and later Adrian and Candy sang several songs as they were accompanied by the Deacon Horton Band, comprised of Isaac Hicks, left, Yurinian Horton, center, and Michael Horton, right. The program ended with closing remarks from Vickie Jurado,expressing her appreciation for those who attended, and those who participated on the program. Retha Williams expressed her appreciation for the many businesses who donated door prizes.
 
Sat
14
Feb

Veach-Silvas wedding vows to be exchanged March 21

Taylor Veach and Patricio Silvas, both of Littlefield, are pleased to announce their engagement and approaching marriage. Taylor is the daughter of Donna Veach of Littlefield. Patricio is the son of Wendi and Miguel Silvas of Littlefield. Taylor and Pat are both 2012 graduates of Littlefield High School. Taylor is currently attending Odessa College and is employed by Medical Center Hospital in Odessa.

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Sat
14
Feb

Valentine Sweethearts!

Tatum & Tyson Jephcott, Kinsler Jephcott, & Rylan & Logan Jephcott

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Sat
07
Feb

Kristin Macha, Brandon Finney plan Saturday, March 14 wedding

Christie Daniels of Hobbs, N.M., and Sheldon Macha of Littl3efield are proud to announce the engagement and approaching wedding of their daughter, Kristin Macha, to Brandon Finney, son of Travis and Spring Finney of Littlefield. Kristin’s grandparents are the late Emil Macha and Nadine Macha of Littlefield, and Gerald and Jerri Daniels of Littlefield. Brandon’s grandparents are Richard and Rhelda Finney of New Braunfels and Garry and Linda Tiller of Ballinger. Kristen is studying Early Childhood Education at Lubbock Christian University, and is employed at LCU’s Mentor’s Office as a receptionist.

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Sat
07
Feb

Texans warned, be aware of false unemployment benefits websites

The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) warns Texans’ seeking unemployment benefits to be aware of third-party vendors offering assistance. Unemployment insurance (UI) claims should be filed through the TWC website or by phone, and never through a third-party. Individuals in Texas have reported receiving emails soliciting personal information from a thirdparty vendor who is not affiliated with TWC called the Unemployment Advisory Department, with an email address support@usbenefits. org. Emails stated the claimant’s initial benefits application was received, but not complete, and provided links to complete the filing process. TWC advises claimants to ignore these emails. TWC does not send these types of emails and would never require confidential information be shared with a third-party to obtain unemployment benefits.

Wed
04
Feb

Xi Nu Nu has second 2015 meeting

Six members of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday, Jan. 26. Donna Neinast called the meeting to order in the absence of the president, and after the Opening Ritual was recited, the business meeting was begun. Roll was called and the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The treasurer’s report was given; and there was no new correspondence. The sorority members discussed the upcoming Valentine’s social; the social committee would be making inquiries and reservations, etc. With the closing of the business meeting, the Closing Ritual was recited.

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