Littlefield Life

Sat
24
Mar

CHAMBER BANQUET ATTENDANCE

The Lamb County Ag and Community Center was alive in the “Garden of Growth” Saturday night, as the annual Littlefield Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture Awards Banquet was being conducted. The final tally of the number who were there, has not been reached, but looking at the heads shown here in a part of the crowd, there

 

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Sat
24
Mar

RETIRING CHAMBER BOARD MEMBERS

Sue Williamson and Sharon Johnson were among the four board members who received recognition for their service to the Littlefield Chamber of Commerce, and retired at the end of 2017. Others retiring, but not present to receive their plaques, were Brian Saenz and Rene Duran.

 

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Wed
21
Mar

BREED CHAMPION STEER

Sayler Beerwinkle of Earth, eighth-grade student and FFA member from Earth-Spinglake ISD, exhibited the Breed Champion Hereford Steer at the 2018 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo on March 14. Her 1,294 pound market steer was named Champion of the Breed after placing first in the Middle Weight Division. Sayler participated in the Grand Champion Drive in NRG Stadium on Friday night. Jack Ward from Kansas City Missouri, was the judge of that show.

 

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Wed
21
Mar

STATE BOUND

The Littlefield Academic Team is heading to Belton Texas after recently qualifying for state at their last meet, which was held in Denver City.

(Back L-R): Logan Coffman, Andi Comer, Brianna Ellibee, Luke Riley and Jonathan Scroggins. (Front L-R): Kailyn Mata, Toby Spoon, Nichayla Sanchez and Jessica Williams.

 

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Sat
17
Mar

GRAHAM HENLEY

GRAHAM HENLEY, among the new members of the Littlefield Rotary Club presented his personal history for the Thursday, March 8 program. New members of the club give an introduction of themselves when it is time for them to give a program. He earned his Master’s degree in ag education, and met his future wife at WTA&M, and got to know her because of her love of horses. He moved to Littlefield on Jan. 15, 2015, when he became an Extension Agent for Lamb County. He married Christy after he came to Littlefield, and their daaughter is due to arrive later this March. In August, 2017, he began a new career in ag finance with Capital Farm Credit. He enjoys living here, and really likes the friendly atmosphere here.

 

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Sat
17
Mar

Pro Bass Fisherman Jason Reynolds to perform at Great Outdoors Expo

Jason Reynolds, Professional Bass Fisherman, will be at this year’s Great Outdoor Expo in Lubbock, March 24 and 25 at the Lubbock Civic Center.

Show hours are Saturday 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday 11 am to 5 pm.

Admission is only $8 for adults, $7 for seniors 62+ and $5 for kids 5 to 15 years old.

 

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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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