Littlefield Life

Wed
28
May

COUNTING COINS FOR CANCER

Littlefield High School students are down on the floor of the front office, counting coins collected to benefit the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Lamb County. In the center is the Relay For Life of Lamb County jug, in which the collection was placed after being counted. Shown at work are Tori Streater, Daisy Fuentes, Maggie Wallace, Abrahm Lucero, and Bradley Reed. The collection ended Wednesday, May 21, and the total collected was more than $700.
 
Sun
25
May

Littlefield students honored at Awards Reception

Alyssa Gregory and Mark Reed were selected by the teachers as the Outstanding Girl and Boy of the 2014 Littlefield High School graduating class. They also received $2,500 scholarships from Security State Bank, in addition to their framed certificates.

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Many Littlefield High School students were recipients of a variety of awards Tuesday night, during the annual 2013-2014 Awards Reception. At the close of the presentations, students and the guests who attended the event, were treated to a reception of cookies and punch.
 
Sun
25
May

LHS SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

A grand total of $199,980 in scholarships were awarded to these Littlefield High School graduating seniors Tuesday night, during the annual Awards Reception. Of those, the total known local scholarships awarded amounted to $132,400.
 
Wed
21
May

Sudan celebrates Memorial Day in cemetery Monday

As the Color Guard from the U.S. Marine Corps at Lubbock, posted the U.S. flag and the Marine Corps flag to close the 24th annual Sudan Memorial Service Monday morning, six members of the Sudan High School’s Bold Gold Band played Taps as they stood in the far background.

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
A huge crowd attended the 24th annual Sudan Memorial Service in the Sudan Cemetery Monday morning. Students from the Sudan Schools joined others from the community, and those who came into Sudan for the special ceremony.

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Sun
18
May

Littlefield FFA members honored at annual Banquet

Roy Ramirez, right, one of the advisors to Littlefield High School FFA students, is retiring at the end of this school year, and was honored Tuesday evening at the annual Littlefield FFA Banquet. Presenting the award plaque is Brandon Bowman, advisor to the LHS FFA Chapter.

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
The Littlefield High School Cafeteria was buzzing with activity Tuesday evening, May 13, as FFA Chapter members, their parents, grandparents, school administrators and other well-wishers attended the 2014 annual FFA Banquet. Keyton Davis, Chapter president, welcomed the guests to the banquet, and after Vice president Rhett Butler offered the invocation, he invited those attending to join the chapter for the hamburger meal.

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Sun
11
May

ELECTRICAL DEMONSTRATION

Thursday afternoon, employees with Xcel Energy gave several demonstrations about how electricity can damage anything, if it isn’t handled properly. Jonathan Cantu announced what was going on as the demonstrations were done by Danny Gomez (in the light blue shirt), as he held the “shotgun”. Each of the demonstrations was given as advice to the students, as to the dangers of electricity.

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Wed
07
May

Bingo games raise funds for Activity Center

READY TO ROLL–Karl Ford was “ready to roll” the Bingo balls to mix them up before drawing numbers for the Bingo players Saturday afternoon in the Our Place Activity Center. The event was held to raise funds for the center’s upkeep and expenses.

By JOE GONZALES.
 
As the school year winds down, most high school students have their minds set on summer, two Littlefield track and field athletes have their minds set on something else – a state title. Littlefield’s Ashley Dendy and Kaylee Edgemon both qualified for the state track meet being held in Austin this Friday and Saturday at Mike A. Myers Stadium, located on the campus of the University of Texas.

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Sun
04
May

FINANCIAL LITERACY MONTH

Security State Bank promoted 10 modules and CDs of information in English and Spanish during April, Financial Literacy Month. Information is available on all phases of banking, including savings accounts, budgeting, and other things about how to handle one’s money. Shown with the display at the bank are Linda Ramirez, fraud officer, on the left; and Cecilia McCamish, asssitant vice president, right. The bank has had a lot of interest in the various subjects offered.

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Wed
30
Apr

FUN RUN WINNERS

Awards for the first three places in the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Lamb County’s Fun Run, were presented early Saturday afternoon, after strong winds began blowing in Littlefield. On the left, Shanna Friday, widow of David Friday who died in 2011 following his battle with cancer, presents the $100 cash prize for first place to Matthew Nelson of Littlefield.

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Sun
27
Apr

Sudan Farmers Co-op pays dividends

Members of the Board of Directors of the Farmers Co-op Assn. of Sudan attended the 79th annual Stockholders’ Meeting Thursday night in the Sudan ISD Activities Center.

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Farmers Cooperative Association of Sudan distributed $1,793,130 in patronage dividends Thursday night, following the 79th annual stockholders’ meeting in the Sudan ISD activity center. Since the auditor, Randall Fields of Randall Fields PC was unable to attend to present the auditor’s report, Tara Provence, gin controller, presented the financial information.
 

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