Lifestyle

Tue
27
Mar

Pancho Houston Honored

The Vidor Teachers Federal Credit Union recognized Pancho Houston for his 44 years of service at their Annual meeting on March 22nd. He has served in many different positions, from president to credit committee just to name a few.

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Thu
22
Mar

1920s Day during Art in the Park, April 7th

ORANGE – Celebrate Day at TCelebrate 1920s Day at The W.H. Stark House! We’ll have a swell time on April 7 during Art in the Park. No dough needed with free tours of the House from 10:00 am to 3:15 pm.

 

“Our historic craft activities are the Bee’s Knees,” says Jenniffer Hudson Connors, Curator of Public History for the W.H. Stark House. “Guests are invited to make bow-ties, and fascinators while enjoying mocktails. No gigglewater allowed, remember, it was the era when alcoholic drinks were prohibited by law!”

 

 

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Tue
20
Mar

2018 HLSR Livestock Judging Contest

This past Monday, the Orange County 4-H Livestock Judging Team competed in the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Livestock Judging Competition. Orange County 4-H brought two skilled teams.

 

The Junior team placed 78th out of 145 teams. This team consisted of Caleb Pyatt, Jaydon Miller, Rebecca Wright, and Walker Swindell of Vidor. Individually placings are as follows: Caleb Pyatt placed 87th out of 464. Jaydon Miller placed 127th out of 464. Rebecca Wright placed 426th out of 464. Walked Swindell placed 455th out of 464 all from Vidor.

 

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Tue
20
Mar

Rotary speaker

Wayne Beaumier of Disaster Aid USA was the guest speaker at the Monday meeting of the Rotary Club of Vidor. Beaumier and other Rotarians work hard assisting those who have suffered from tragedies, such as the recent Hurricane Harvey.

 

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Thu
15
Mar

Citizen Bee

Congrats to Reese Bonin, Reagan Alston, and Ashley Rushing, pictured at right, for their great performances March 4th at the annual Citizen Bee Competition hosted at LSCPA. And a special congratulations to Reese Bonin who came in 3rd place.

 

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Thu
15
Mar

5th Grade Spelling Bee Participants

Eric Odom, pictured at left, was the winner of the fifth grade spelling bee and will compete in April in the District bee.

 

The fifth graders who competed in the bee were, front row, left to right, Todd Vaughn, Hayden Segrest, Braden Norton, Skylar Stankovich, Aiden Tompkins, Keaton Hamm, Isabella Dycus, Camden Young, and Jordan Lowe; back row, left to right, Jillian Allen, Aryel Haynes, Reese Moree, Bobby Reese, Rylee Moree, Erik Odom, Mckenna Tucker, Hunter McCoy, and Conner Davis.

 

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Tue
13
Mar

Brookshire Bros Donates $1000

Last week Brookshire Brothers, Inc. donated $1,000 to the Vidor I.S.D. HurricaneHarvey Recovery Fund to help Vidor teachers and students in their eventual return to Harvey flooded campuses.

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Tue
13
Mar

Dollar General Grant

Miley Rice, Skylar Stankovich, and Brayden Bailey, all fifth graders at Vidor Middle School, were on hand to receive a check from Dollar General’s Beyond Words grant. The $20,000 will go to purchase books when their VMS library re-opens in the future.

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Tue
13
Mar

Students of the Month

Attached is a picture of the February Students of the Month from Pine Forest Elementary.

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Thu
08
Mar

Nichols receives Texas State Rifle Association Award

AUSTIN – On Saturday, the Texas State Rifle Association (TSRA) presented State Senator Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville) with the Doc Brown Legislator of the Year Award. In the 85th Texas Legislative Session, Nichols authored and passed Sb 16, which lowered License to Carry fees in Texas. Gov. Greg Abbott signed the bill into law in the summer of 2017.

 

“With what was one of the highest fees in the nation to obtain a license to carry, an undue burden had been imposed on Texans rights to obtain a license to carry. By lowering the fee, we have made it more affordable to exercise their Second Amendment rights,” said Nichols. “ I am grateful to TSRA for this honor, and thankful to Governor Abbott, Lt. Governor Patrick and my colleagues in the Legislature for helping to pass this important piece of legislation.”

 

 

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