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Tue
10
Apr

FFA at YMBL Fair

The FFA show team participated in the SETX State Fair . The results are as follows: Elizabeth Hoffpauir 3rd in class with lamb, 3rd in class heifer; April Zerko - Showed her roasters and broilers; Olivia Mitchell - 4th in class heifer; Tyler Root - 2nd in class, 2nd in class, 1st in class with his heifers; Emileigh Singleton - 1st in class heifer, 1st in class steer and 15th overall steer; Caleb Smith - 1st in class heifer, 1st in class bull, 2nd in class cow/calf pair, 4th in class steer; Jenna Hoffmann - 3rd in class lamb, 3rd in class goat & 10th overall goat, Breed Champion Heifer, 2nd in class F1 Heifer and 7th overall, 3rd in class heifer, reserve champion steer;

 

Thu
05
Apr

2 Grand Champions

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School senior, McCartney Miller took both the Grand Champion Steer and Grand Champion Swine at the South Texas State Fair 2018.

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Thu
05
Apr

PF Students of the Month

Above is a photo of Pine Forest Elementary’s Students of the Month for March.

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Wed
04
Apr

Winning Art Students

Vidor High School art students who won ribbons at the Southeast Texas State Fair, from left to right, were Ila Spence, Vincent Post, Vivian Lindsey, and Sarah Maguire.

 

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Wed
04
Apr

Students present “We Love Texas” program

By Sally Andrews

On March 29, 2018 Mrs. Carol Post’s students at Oak Forest Elementary performed in a “We Love Texas” program. All eight students had one or more parts in which they shared facts about our great state. Anthony Holder narrated the performance with a report about the Alamo, the city of Houston and the state seal.

 

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Thu
29
Mar

LCM Actors Advance

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville One Act Play competed at Lamar State College - Port Arthur today and will advance to Area. The Tech Crew was named Overall Best Tech Crew. Individual recognition goes to Lucas Ridout - Honorable Mention, Ashley Knight and Rhys Howeth - All Star Cast, and Ashley Boze - Outstanding Tech. Clark Reed is the Theater Director for LCM High School

 

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Thu
29
Mar

Oak Forest Bee

By Bartee  Haile

 

On Friday, March 9th, the top two spellers in each 4th grade class at Oak Forest Elementary participated in the 4th Grade Spelling Bee. Erin Grady placed 3rd, and Natalie Hatton came in 2nd place. Elijah Price was the Oak Forest spelling bee champion and will go on to compete in the Vidor ISD spelling bee at Pine Forest Elementary on April 4th.

 

The winner of the district bee will receive a $500 scholarship available upon his/her graduation from Vidor High School. Pictured above, Spelling Bee Participates and Alternates, top row, left to right, are Railey Fletcher, Ariel Tubbleville, Vila Reed, Aubrey Addison, and Roger Pevoto; middle row, left to right, Spencer McKusker, Gabriel Leger, Brylee Booker, Evan Black, Cameron Clark, and Braelyn Whitsitt; bottom row, left to right, Erin Grady, Natalie Hatton, and Elijah Price. Winners are Natalie Hatton (2nd place), Erin Grady (3rd place), and Elijah Price (1st place

 

 

Tue
27
Mar

Overall Winner

Mallory Hood was the Overall Winner at the Pirate Escapades held earlier this month.

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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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