Littlefield Life

Sun
15
Dec

“CELEBRATION OF LIGHT”

Sunday afternoon, a “Celebration of Light” was conducted in memory of lost loved ones this past year. A large crowd attended and participated by placing an ornament, with the name of their loved ones, on a tree at Trinity Church. The special service was sponsored by Legacy of Love Hospice and Hammons Funeral Home.
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Fri
06
Dec

Reinke recognizes B&M Pump with the Gold Pride Award

B&M Pump,Irrigation Sales and Service, Inc., of Olton received a Gold Reinke Pride Award, at the annual convention held Oct. 20-22, 2013 in Omaha, Neb. The award is in recognition of the company’s 2012-2013 marketing year success. Shown, left to right, are Reinke President Chris Roth, Corny Banman with B&M Pump, Irrigation Sales and Service; and Reinke South Central Territory Manager, Joe O’Brien.

Reinke Manufacturing Company, Inc., a leading manufacturer of mechanized irrigation systems, has announced that B & M Pump, Irrigation Sales & Service, Inc. in Olton, has received a Gold Reinke Pride award in recognition of the company’s 2012- 2013 marketing year success. The Reinke dealership was honored during Reinke’s recent annual convention held Oct. 20-22, in Omaha, Neb.
 
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Wed
04
Dec

FOOD DELIVERIES

Vehicles representing the 143 families that were served Christmas boxes from five food stations Tuesday morning, are shown as the moved along both sides of the stations. They were receiving a box of frozen foods, a box of dry foods, a Christmas box, a ham and a chicken. Littlefield Junior High School Student Council officers and representatives were helping with the distributions, along with members of the First Baptist Church’s Hunger Relief Ministry team. Usually, there are 126 families that are served, but Tuesday, 143 were served.
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Wed
04
Dec

U-CAN SHARE DRIVE

Cub Scouts are: back row: Sylvester Ramon, Edward Nwanegbo, Francis Nwanegbo, and Sebastian Jasso; middle row: Dominick Medina, Emilio Rios, Armando Ramon, and Jordan Torres; bottom row: Jonathan Mendoza, Steven Lowe, Carlos Roque, Rico Ramon, and Noah Richards.

Littlefield Cub Scouts are participating in a community effort to feed those who might otherwise go hungry. They will pick up food for the drive in Littlefield. Donations of non-perishable food may be placed in a bag and set on the front porch by 9 a.m. Saturday, or put in the box available at United Supermarket by Saturday, Dec. 7. The food will be donated to the Littlefield Salvation Army.
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Sat
30
Nov

Public invited to donate gifts for needy children

Names of needy children may be found on the cards hanging on this Angel Tree in the lobby of First United Bank in Littlefield. The selected card may be taken off the tree, and registered with the person at the front desk. The unwrapped gifts, with the receiver’s name on them, should be dropped off at the Lamb County Family Resource Center, 232 Phelps Avenue, by Friday, Dec. 13. Instructions are left with the trees, with information regarding the gifts. Gift sacks are preferred, when deliveries are to be made. Members of the Littlefield Salvation Army Board of Directors are shown, left to right. On the left is Beverly Tiller, board member and member of First United Bank’ staff; Jane Parker, Retha Williams, Mamie Dangerfield, Tammy Vander Kuy, and Juanita Fortenberry.
Wed
27
Nov

READY TO BE BAKED

These pans of bread dough had risen and were ready to go into the ovens Tuesday morning. Volunteer workers are, left to right, Madison Demel, Bridgett Wells, Nancy Demel, Joyce Simnacher, and Darlene Risinger.
 
Wed
27
Nov

HIGH SCHOOL SNOWMAN

These Littlefield High School students built this snowman on the school grounds Monday, during a short lunch period. Catching the eye of LHS Theatre Director Coronado, they were happy to pose for a historic photo with the snowman, since his lifetime won’t be too long — that is, if the sun comes out and he begins to melt. Shown in front are Kori Klein, Luis Miller, and Ryan Hodge. Standing in back are Alek Mendoza, Stetson Timmons, Nathaniel Moore and Chris Aguilar.
Fri
22
Nov

RED KETTLE CAMPAIGN TO BEGIN

The Lamb County Salvation Army will begin its Red Kettle Campaign Friday, Nov. 29. It will continue each Friday and Saturday, until Christmas. Ringers will be at United Supermarket and Lowe’s Market from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each Friday and Saturday.
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Fri
22
Nov

BAZAAR AND BAKE SALE

Among the Lamb Healthcare Center’s Auxiliary members who were working Tuesday in the hospital atrium during the annual Auxiliary’s Bazaar and Bake Sale, were, left to right, June Smith, Marie Wallace, Harry Heckard, Janice Sokora, Audra Shipp, and Betty Kemp. The event was held to raise funds for the gift shop, which are used to purchase equipment for the hospital.
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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.

 

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