Littlefield Life

Tue
19
Nov

GIRL SCOUT DONATION

Alan Newton receives a $3,050 check from the Helping Hands secretary, Ranai Dempsey, at noon Tuesday, for the local Girl Scouts’ program.

 

Tue
19
Nov

HELPING HANDS ALLOCATIONS

Members of Littlefield’s Helping Hands organization presented checks to organizations that are benefitted by the funds raised in the third quarter. On the left, Lane Broadhurst receives $8,000 from the Helping Hands vice president, Barbara Colbert, for the Meals on Wheels program.

 

Sat
16
Nov

Heart menders luncheon set Tuesday noon

4-H Club members who participated in the District 2 4-H Food Show were:
Legacy of Love Hospice’s Heart Menders luncheons have kicked off for a series of new activities, and is inviting anyone who has suffered a loss, to attend. The next luncheon will be held Tuesday, Nov. 19, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Legacy of Love office at 125 Marshall Howard Blvd. (Highway 84), in Littlefield.

 

Sat
16
Nov

Sudan Speech Team wins Sweepstakes award

The Littlefield Junior High School Wildcat Band performed some numbers during the Wildcat Band Boosters’ annual Thanksgiving dinner and cake auction at noon Sunday. Directing is Gina Muela. More than $2,200 was raised for the bands when 11 cakes were auctioned off.
The Sudan Resonance Speech Team won the Small School Sweepstakes Award Saturday at the WTA&MU Speech Tournament in Canyon on Saturday, Nov. 9th. The CX Debate Team of Alex Hernandez and Deric McCurry were named CX Debate Champions. Joe Luis Melendez and Brianna Azua were CX Debate Quarterfinalists in Expert CX. Anakin Cantu and Andrew Harper placed second in Novice CX, while Rance Johnson and Trae Smith placed sixth in Novice CX.

 

Wed
13
Nov

CUB SCOUTS RAISING FLAGS

With the leadership of Marine Reserve Officer Joshua Villarreal of Littlefield, the Cub Scouts marched to behind the granite monoliths to raise the POW-MIA, the United States, and the Texas flags for the Veterans’ Day Program in Littlefield Sunday afternoon. The U.S. flag was raised first, then the POW-MIA flag on the far left, and the Texas flags on the right, went up together. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Charlie Meier, president of the Lamb County Veterans’ Memorial Committee, and who presided for the ceremony.
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Sat
09
Nov

Library beginning its ‘Story Time’, and is giving away dinner

The Lamb County Library is starting the “Story time” again with Adam Armstrong as the new volunteer reader. He has a deep, rich voice and loves to read to his own children, so the librarians believe all children will enjoy him too.
 
Sat
09
Nov

‘World Guy’ promoting diabetes awareness

Erik Bendl, known as “World Guy” has walked more than 6,000 miles for the cause of diabetes awareness. During the last six years he and his dog, Nice, have walked in more than 39 states and Washington, D.C., to help diabetes organizations and encourage people to get healthy with exercise and diet to control and prevent diabetes.
 
Thu
07
Nov

DISPLAYING HANDCRAFTS

Mandi Seaton, Lamb County Extension Agent, was showing some of the items she made for the Christmas season, during the Simply Christmas luncheon in the Our Place center Tuesday at noon.

 

Thu
07
Nov

Local residents exhibiting goods at Rotary Festival

The Levelland Rotary Clubs are proud to announce that two Littlefield residents, Sharrise Johnson and Linda Kay Shadden, will be among the exhibitors at next weekend’s Home for the Holidays Gift Festival at the Mallet Event Center, 2320 State Highway 385 in Levelland. Ms. Johnson will be will be exhibiting Rada Cuttery and other items while Ms. Shadden will be exhibiting grill racks at her booth, Texas Perfect Poppers.

 

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