Littlefield Life

Sun
29
Jun

ROLEY’S FOOD COLLECTION

The bed of this new Silverado pickup on the showroom floor of John Roley’s AutoCenter in Littlefield, is almost full to the tailgate. Monday, June 30, is the last day of the special drive, to donate food for the hungry.

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Wed
25
Jun

Juneteenth Celebration draws huge crowds

Plates that were delivered to shut-ins in the community were being filled at noon Saturday, during the annual Juneteenth Celebration in the Van Ashley Memorial Pavilion in Littlefield’s Dunbar Park. Shown at work are Beverly Walton, Katherin Ingram, Marianne Flores, Ann Bradley, Retha Williams, Robert Nichols, Minnie Moore and Betty Kemp. On the menu were smoked chicken and sausage, pinto beans, potato salad, pickles, onions, olives and tomatoes. After the plates were delivered, plates were served to everyone else.
 
Sun
22
Jun

Juneteenth Celebration recalls Texas history

Jerome Johnson, Jr., pastor of Gospel Cathedral Church in Lubbock gave the message Thursday evening, for the crowd that had gathered at the Van Ashley Memorial Pavilion in Dunbar Park to kick off the Juneteenth Celebration.

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Littlefield’s annual Juneteenth Celebration is now about to become history, with only one more event scheduled. This afternoon (Sunday) at 3 p.m., everyone is invited to attend a community-wide service at the Irvin Street First Baptist Church.

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Sun
22
Jun

DISC JOCKEY FOR JUNETEENTH

Brandon Tyler, with 806 Records, was playing several numbers to entertain those who had gathered in Dunbar Park Thursday for the beginning of the Juneteenth Celebration. He also played for other activities during the weekend’s events.

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Sun
22
Jun

DANCING TO THE MUSIC

These youngsters were enjoying the music that was being played by Brandon Tyler Thursday evening, before the Juneteenth program got underway in the Van Ashley Memorial Pavilion in Dunbar Park.

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Wed
18
Jun

Enjoying Emil Macha Day activities

SNOW CONES–Sharon Johnson made several snow cones Daturday during the Emil Macha Day activities. She also served as a judge for some of the barbecue cook-off contests
 
Wed
18
Jun

CUSTOMER APPRECIATION OPEN HOUSE

Jan McCrary’s State Farm Insurance Agency sponsored its second annual Customer Appreciation Open House Friday from noon to 2 p.m. in the State Farm office. This group posed for a photo with Jan McCrary during the event. Hot dogs and chips were served as treats to those who attended
 
Sun
15
Jun

Cancer survivors treated to dinner

Recognized Tuesday night at the third annual Survivor and Caregiver Dinner at First Baptist Church’s MAC Center, were these men who are cancer survivors, and were treated to the special dinner. They were each presented a woven cancer survivor bracelet, made by 12-year-old Bryson Flores of Littlefield.

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Sun
15
Jun

HOPE SPEAKERS

Ann Archer, speaker at the third annual Survivor and Caregiver Dinner Tuesday night, is shown at the dinner table with Jason Morton, 1996 graduate of LHS, who is a cancer survivor. He will be delivering the Hero of Hope message at the Relay For Life, Friday, June 27.

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Sun
15
Jun

HONORARY CHAPTER MEMBERS

Andrew Hokanson, ag teacher at Amherst High School, was surprised with the Honorary Chapter FFA Degree from the chapter, which was presented to him by School Superintendent Joel Rodgers Friday, May 23, at the annual Amherst FFA Banquet. Rebecca Hokanson and John VamderPol were presented the Honorary Chapter Awards by the chapter, for their outstanding service to the Amherst FFA Chapter.

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