Littlefield Life

Wed
20
Jun

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo awards $1.4 Million in scholarships

Jonathan Burt of Lamb County is among 70 students from the Texas 4-H program who will attend college, thanks in part to $1.4 million in scholarships from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™, presented during the Texas 4-H Roundup in College Station, Thursday, June 14, 2018.

“Texas 4-H is the largest youth development program in our state, promoting knowledge, leadership and self-confidence through hands-on learning experiences, many of which involve some facet of agriculture,” said Joel Cowley, Show president and CEO. “Because these goals and values directly align with those of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, it is very rewarding to recognize the accomplishments of these talented scholars.”

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Wed
20
Jun

Juneteenth Celebration

JUNETEENTH BAKE-OFF WINNERS—First place winner is Ann Bradley; second place, Retha Williams; and third place, Tiffany Herrera.

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Sat
16
Jun

Third Grade Awards

THIRD GRADE MOST IMPROVED—These Littlefield Elementary students received Most Improved and Outstanding certificates in each of the school subjects. Most Improved in English: Jonah Ramirez. Most Improved in Math: Elijah Perez. Most Improved in Reading: Cobi Saldana. Most Improved in Science: Calissa Jouett. Most Improved in Social Studies: Phoenix Carrasco. Excellence in Music: Brianna Aleman and Boston Haltom. Most Outstanding in P.E.: Cobi Saldana and Jayden Barrio. Excellence in English: Nevaeh Lopez. Excellence in Math: Alexis DeLeon. Excellence in Reading: Jayden Barrio. Excellence in Science: Marcus Mora; and Excellence in Social Studies: Boston Haltom.(Submitted Photo)

 

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Wed
13
Jun

Sudan High School Senior wins Capital Farm Credit scholarship

To further strengthen its commitment to youth in agriculture, Capital Farm Credit is continuing its tradition to award 100 scholarships to Texas students.

Among them in 2018, Sudan High School Senior Kaegan Edwards was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from Capital Farm Credit’s Littlefield branch office. 

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Wed
13
Jun

Fourth Grade Awards

FOURTH GRADE “A & B”—These Littlefield Elementary students received awards for all A’s and B’s. Mrs. Ingle’s Class: Ty Carr, Samantha Love, Bryndle Ray, Althea Reyna, Kamila Silveira. Mrs. Jenkins’ Class: Sophie Garcia, Raylee Morrow, Kevin Nachak, Lizeth Torres. Mrs. Mitchell’s Class: Nathan Castaneda, Iris Hernandez, Mia Marquez, Joshua Parker, Jose Payan, Katelyn Pollard. Mrs. Steadman’s Class: Madison Contreras, Addesyn Garcia, Marissa Martinez, Matthew Rios, Damon Salazar, Brittani Wright. Mrs. Teafatiller’s Class: Ally Dalton

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Sat
09
Jun

HEALTH PROGRAM FOR LIONS

Pam Foshee, a practice representative for Lorenz Family Chiropractic, presented the program Tuesday morning for the Early Risers Lions Club. She was welcomed to the club by Ronnie Vaughn, program chairman. Lorenz Chiropractic offers help for all ages, as they work on the spine to solve problems. Inormation from a stress test form that is completed by the patient, and X-Rays and other conditions are evaluated before they begin treatment. The business now deals with Medicare, Medicaid, and other insurance to take care of the cost. The new customer consultation fee is $30. The firm also donates to many charities in the community, as a way to give back to the community. To set up an appointment to manage pain, call Dr. Kimberly Lorenz’s office at 806-485-7000.

 

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Sat
09
Jun

Littlefield Summer Reading Program gets underway

SUMMER READING PROGRAM – Marie Quintela read three books to the children at the Littlefield Public Library during the first day of the Summer Reading Program on Wednesday.

 

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Wed
06
Jun

Elementary students receive awards

These Littlefield Elementary students were the All Wildcat Girl and Boy: Kyra Nesbitt and Brandon Marines.

 

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Wed
06
Jun

PROGRAM FOR ROTARY

Pam Foshee, a practice representative for Lorenz Family Chiropractic, addressed the Rotary Club for the club’s May 31 meeting. She advised about the benefits of chiropractic treatment to take care of various health problems. They do free spinal screenings, to detect the various causes of pain in a person’s body.

 

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Wed
30
May

BICYCLE WINNERS

These two students won the Rotary Club’s Perfect Attendance Challenge. Each Elementary School student who has perfect attendance for the semester is entered into a raffle for a new bicycle. One boy and one girl win a bicycle. The bicycle winners for this semester are Erykah Moore and Emmanuel Lepez, who received the awards Thursday morning, May 24, in an assembly of all of the students who had perfect attendance. Rotarians who attended the presentation, are: left to right, Sue Williamson, Dave Gruver, Brandon Jacobson, Nigel Purdon, Jerry Hernandez, and Dezi Vargas.

 

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