Littlefield Life

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.
 
Wed
23
Apr

LISTENING TO BLUEGRASS BAND

This crowd of Bluegrass supporters had gathered into the Lamb County Ag and Community Center before 6 p.m. Friday. They were listening to the Vintage Band of Roswell, N.M., the first to perform on the schedule for the 19th annual XIT Arts and Heritage Bluegrass Festival.
 
Wed
23
Apr

Area children enjoy Easter egg hunts

Residents of the Harmonee House in Amherst prepared 3,100 eggs for their Easter egg hunt Saturday morning. Residents were seated outside the home, to watch as the children of all ages participated in the hunt. Here, on the northeast side of the yard, many of the older children were running to fill their baskets.
 
Sun
20
Apr

EASTER EGG HUNT

Littlefield kindergarten students from Brandi Gonzales’ Primary class, were one of many classes that got the chance to get out and hunt Easter eggs Thursday morning at Laguna Park. Gonzales said she had 17 students from her class out hunting Easter eggs.
 
Sun
20
Apr

Bank Group Visits Scotland

This group traveled with Security State Bank’s FunChasers Travel Club during a 10-day trip to Scotlant. Standing, left to right: Jimmy Durham, Lori Durham, Carla Synatschk, John Synatschk, Janice Sokora, Jimmy Sokora, Cindi Manint, Louie Manint, Martha Vincent, Boyd McCamish, Louie Vincent, Ronnie Bowers, David Lovett, Carole Faver, Nina Provence, Dwight Faver, Kirsten Lappe. Those kneeling in front are: Cecilia McCamish, Ann Bowers, and Marcella Lovett.

A group of 20 traveling with Security State Bank’s Funchasers Travel Club recently returned from a 10 day journey to Scotland. Flying into Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city, the group was treated to a welcome dinner and show, complete with a bagpiper, singing, and Scottish dancers. The next day, a city tour of Edinburgh, complete with a stop at Edinburgh Castle, home of the Scottish Crown Jewels, and a tour of the Palace of Holyrood, the Queen’s official residence in Edinburgh, started off the day.
 
Wed
16
Apr

CITY HALL 101

The City of Littlefield continued its City Hall 101 courses Monday night with presentations from Littlefield’s Fire Chief Jamie Grey and the city’s Emergency Management Coordinator Michael Jordan. Grey explained to those attending the duties his fire department undertakes on a daily basis to ensure the publics safety.

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Sun
13
Apr

City Hall 101 Classes continuing on Mondays

Monica McGee, director of Emergency Medical Services, is shown as she began her presentation about the EMS and its operations in the community, and into the northern part of Hockley County. The mission statement of the department reads: “Littlefield EMS is dedicated to providing the highest quality pre-hospital care at the lowest possible taxpayer burden.” She commended the staff and volunteers, for their dedication to their jobs.
 
Wed
09
Apr

DONATION FOR HOSPITAL

Two leaves were placed on the tree in the hallway of Lamb Healthcare Center, in honor of Fortunato and Ventura Rangel, parents of Elisa Saenz of Arlington, and Dolores Sarinana of Andrews. Money raised through the purchase of the leaves, goes to the Lamb Healthcare Center Foundation, to purchase equipment for the hospital, which is not budgeted.
 
Wed
09
Apr

Retha McCarty-Williams honored for 70th birthday

The theme was “Denim & Diamonds - A Fun but Elegant event” as more than 140 family and friends gathered at Our Place Saturday night, April 4, to celebrate the 70th birthday of Retha Williams. Her birthday is actually April 8, so she was able to celebrate also on the real day. Retha (accompanied by her husband Rufus Williams) was presented to her guests as the song, ‘Isn’t She Lovely’ by Stevie Wonder was played and the theme was displayed on the big screen.
 

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