Littlefield Life

Wed
09
Aug

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION—The Olton Enterprise honored Olton writer, Mozelle Trotter, Saturday afternoon at the Enterprise Offices, with a reception in recognition of her 50 years of service to her community newspaper. She has been writing historical stories, that remain true today, and she brings some of them back to current issues of the Olton Enterprise.

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Wed
09
Aug

Olton Classes Celebrate at the Annual Sandhills Celebration

OLTON CLASS OF 1967

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Wed
09
Aug

Awards Presented at Olton

A.G. HUGULEY FAMILY--Janet Pyle, John Huguley, Kay Galloway, and Daryl Huguley. They honored their father as Parade Marshal, due to his death on April 13, 2017.

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Sat
05
Aug

WINNER OF JOHN DEERE MOWER

Keith Kelton was the winner of the raffle drawing for this John Deere mower Saturday evening, at the closing of the Amherst Celebration. He already has it at home in Littlefield.

 

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Sat
05
Aug

Ice Cream drew big crowd Wednesday, for Olton’s Celebration Cavett Memorial Center open house, EMS’s Hamburgers, and Cake Auction

SAMPLING ICE CREAM -- After the three divisions of ice cream (fruit, candy and other) were judged, the people who had bought a cup (which went to benefit the Olton Chamber of Commerce) were allowed to taste test as much ice cream as they could hold, or as much as they wanted Wednesday night during the Sandhills Celebration at Olton.

 

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Wed
02
Aug

Amherst Celebration draws good crowd

APPLAUSE FOR THE SINGERS—After the Bigham sisters had sung one of the many songs they played and sang Saturday morning, during the annual Amherst Celebration, the crowd that had gathered in the shade of the Amherst Park Pavilion, were offering their appreciation applause.

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Sat
29
Jul

Olton gearing up for 38th Sandhills Celebration

By JOELLA LOVVORN

Many former residents of the Olton community will be returning this weekend to Olton for the 38th annual Sandhills Celebration.

The event will begin this upcoming Wednesday afternoon and night, Aug. 2, and continue through Thursday, Friday, and all day Saturday, Aug. 5.

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Sat
29
Jul

AWARD HONOREE

AWARD HONOREE – Melissa Cristan-Foley a Daisy Award Honoree, was recognized on Wednesday, July 26th. Melissa works at Covenant Hospital on South 9 as an RN floor nurse and relief charge nurse, she is also a Student Advocate and Preceptor.

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Sat
29
Jul

Trotter, Parker vows exchanged July 1, 2017

Alexis Nacole Trotter and Jared Eugene Parker were married July 1,  2017  at  Le  Chateau Venue  in Littlefield, with Rev. Tanner Wilson  of  First  Baptist  Church  of Littlefield officiating.

Alexis is the daughter of Kasey Trotter of Littlefield, and Crystal Trotter of Andrews.

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Wed
26
Jul

Mallie McGehee wins Capital Farm Credit’s $1,000 scholarship

To further strengthen its commitment to youth in agriculture, Capital Farm Credit is continuing its tradition of awarding 100 scholarships to Texas students. Littlefield High School Senior Mallie McGehee was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from Capital Farm Credit’s Littlefield branch office. In addition to various scholarships given through colleges and universities, as well as other methods, each of Capital Farm Credit’s branch offices across the state is awarding at least one scholarship.

“A big part of our mission is to help rural areas grow and thrive by providing farmers and ranchers with the capital they need to make their businesses successful,” said Ben Novosad, chief executive officer. “We’re also proud to help build the next generation of agricultural producers through our scholarship program. By supporting Texas’ youth, we’re helping invest in the vibrancy of rural communities throughout Texas.”

 

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