Lifestyle

Tue
14
Feb

Pirate Pride Award Winners

Oak Forest Elementary announce s thei r Pirate Pride award winners for the fir st semester. This is a new award given to only one boy and one girl out of each class based on excellent behavior and character.

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Tue
14
Feb

Rotary Guest

Bridgett Hlavinka from TXDOT was the guest speaker at Vidor Rotary Club’s Monday meeting. The group meets at noon on Mondays at Capital One. Hlavinka told about the many safety programs offered by TXDOT.

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Thu
09
Feb

Presidents Day Play at Oak Forest

Students in Mrs. Carol Post’s class at Oak Forest Elementary celebrated the presidents with a play. The students marched in to “Hail to the Chief” and then each got up and told about themselves as seven of our nations most famous presidents. Mrs. Beverly Sarver designed the costumes. Mrs. Lisa Arndt did the sound. The presidents performed by rapping the song “Mighty Mighty Presidents”. Parents and faculty were in attendance.

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Thu
09
Feb

LCM artists place in rodeo art show

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School art students recently participated in the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Art Contest and received several ribbons and a medal for their efforts.

According to LCM’s art teacher, Betsy Kaufman, at the HLSR each school district is judged by the divisions of elementary, intermediate, junior high/middle school and high school. Each student, from each district in their division, will receive the following, as per the judges: A trophy for the Best of Show Winner, a medal for the Gold Medal Winner, or ribbons for First, Second, and Third places.

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Tue
07
Feb

New Names Added

The Vidor Lions Club has completed the addition of new names to the military service walls at the Veterans Park Field of Freedom. Almost 100 new names collected in 2015-2016 were engraved during December. There were additions to the Army, Marines, Navy and Air Force walls. The Lions Club is once again taking applications for the next group of names to be added to the walls. Over 50 names must be collected before the engraver will work on the walls.

 

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Tue
07
Feb

Story Time

The Vidor Public Library held Story Time on Thursday, February 2, 2017. Program Coordinator Megan Ridlespurge read “Mr. Goat’s Valentine” by Eve Bunting. After reading in the newspaper that it’s Valentine’s Day, Mr. Goat sets out in search of very special gifts for his first love. The children made a valentine card for the craft.

 

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Tue
07
Feb

Escapades Junior Talent Winners

First place in the junior division of the Pirates Escapades talent competition was awarded to Ariel Collier, right, for her original vocal solo. Junior competition’s second place award went to the LaPray sisters, left photo below, who sang. Third place in junior competition went to a twirling trio consisting of Leah Baker, Lakin Funderburke, and Reece Fielder, right photo below.

 

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Thu
02
Feb

Friedecks Honored

Roger and Sheila Friedeck were honored by Vidor Rotary Club at their Monday meeting. They were recognized by President Tim Andrews as Pillars of the Community, an award given by the club to single out Vidor citizens who have contributed in a huge way to the local community.

 

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Thu
02
Feb

CTE Students of the Month

Congratulations to seniors Destiny Marsh and Steven Landry on being chosen the Career & Technology Students of the Month . Destiny shows great potential in her Pharmacy Tech class and Steven in both his pharmacy and construction trades classes.

 

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Tue
31
Jan

Pirate reading

Brandon Beach came dressed as a pirate to Vidor Elementary to read “Shiver Me Letters” to life skills and PPCD students. The students made hats, listened to the story, talked and danced like pirates. He is an ex-Life Skills student from Orangefield ISD, and is a former student of Vidor Elementary teacher Wanda McLane.

 

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