Littlefield Life

Sat
30
Dec

SAINT MARTIN LUTHERAN CHURCH YOUTH DONTATES BLANKETS

Saint Martin Lutheran Church of Littlefield youth group recently made a nice donation to patients at Lamb Healthcare Center. The youth bought the material, made blankets and donated them. The blankets were handed out the Friday before Christmas. Shown are: (front row, from left to right) Mitzy Jennings, Rey Silvas, Mark Warsing, Sarah Maybriar, Emily Hitchcox, Sydney Jennings and Gabby Medina. (Back row, from left to right) Cindy McNeese, Rafael Ramon, Andrea Ramon, Adrian Medina, Angela Medina, Carrie Warsing and Daphne Haston. Not shown are: Craig Jennings, Mitch McNeese, Alee McNeese, Maddy McNeese, Maggie McNeese and Major McNeese.

 

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Sat
30
Dec

McElroy’s celebrate 58th anniversary in Maui, Hawaii

Floyd and Janice McElroy have recently celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary in Maui, Hawaii; a gift from their daughter, Kim.

Kim was also their tour guide during the trip. Floyd McElroy and Janice Heard married November 29th, 1959 in Littlefield.

While in Hawaii, the couple went snorkeling, took a helicopter tour, went on a dinner cruise, did a beach photo shoot at Kapalua Bay, visited Pearl Harbor, went sport fishing, did a Hana Adventure tour, went to the Royal Lahaina Luau and did a ReefDancer tour.

 

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Sat
30
Dec

SNACK DAY!

Last week, the Lamb County District Attorney’s Office held their 25th Annual Lamb County Attorney’s Snack Day. This year’s theme was “Happy ChristHalloGive Year!” District Attorney Scott Say was Halloween, Michellle Perez was Thanksgiving, Assistant DA Rickie Redman was Christmas, and Lori Zinn was New Year’s.

 

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Sat
23
Dec

IT’S CHRISTMAS TIME!

THE TUCKER FAMILY

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Wed
20
Dec

Xi Nu Nu conducts Christmas meeting

Sunday, Dec. 10 was the endof- the-year meeting for the Littlefield Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, and nine members and several friends met in the home of Jan McCrary for dinner and exchange of presents.

Following the meal, everyone settled into a comfortable chair, for the business meeting.

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Wed
20
Dec

Hospital employees awarded with service pins

35-YEAR LHC EMPLOYEES—Receiving a 35-year pin in recognition of 35 years of employment at Lamb Healthcare Center was Barbara Colbert, who began working in 1982.

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Sat
16
Dec

First State Bank in Amherst Christmas Open House

ENJOYING FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP—These Amherst residents were enjoying the atmosphere at Amherst’s First State Bank Open House Wednesday.

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Sat
16
Dec

EARLY RISERS LIONS PROGRAM

Jamie Grey, Fire Chief for the Littlefield Fire Department, took the Department’s newest acquisition, a brush-fighting truck to the Tuesday meeting for Lions to see. A $200,000 grant was applied for several years ago, and recently the department received it to help pay for the $230,000 truck. It holds 1,000 gallons of water, has four-wheel drive and it can go where a regular fire truck can’t.

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Wed
13
Dec

Downtown Lighted Christmas Parade

Downtown Lighted Christmas Parade

 

 

 

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Wed
13
Dec

South Plains College honors Phi Theta Kappa fall inductees

South Plains College’s Kappa Mu Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society recently inducted 49 students into the organization. The induction ceremony was recently held in the Sundown Room. Janine Fox, instructor of Speech Communications at SPC, presented the keynote address.

 

The new PTK inductees include: The Lamb County inductees: Christian Byers, Rosario Cruz and Jannie Rosales, all of Littlefield; and Robin Baker of Sudan.

 

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