Lifestyle

Thu
11
May

Volunteer Grant

Vidor Elementary received a $500.00 Volunteer Grant on behalf of Exxon Mobil. Presenting the check is Amanda Lindow, who husband Daniel Lindow works for Exxon Mobil.

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Thu
11
May

Puppet Residencies

Young Audiences of Southeast Texas sent artist Dru Woods to conduct weeklong puppet residencies in Vidor Schools this year. All second graders had the opportunity to learn the elements of a fairy tale, listen to several tales told by a master storyteller, and fracture their own fairy tales.

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Thu
11
May

Sweet Pups Gift

Pine Forest PTO encouraged students to bring money to aid in the work of Sweet Pups, a pet rescue and sanctuary in Vidor. Sweet Pups provides vaccinations, spaying and neutering, microchipping, and flea prevention.

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Tue
09
May

Cookie Winner

The April attendance/birthday cupcakes winner at Vidor Elementary is Gaby Perry.

 

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Tue
09
May

Pine Forest Ribbon Cutting

Mayor Cathy Nagel congratulates business owner Faisal Hafeez, for expanding his current business operations at LakeView Grocery to include Hot Stuff Pizza. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Friday 21 April 2017 at 1:00 p.m. Joining Mayor Nagel and Mr. Hafeez are Constable Pct 4 Lane Mooney, Scott Dodge of Orion Food Systems, and employees of LakeView Grocery and Hot Stuff Pizza. Mayor Nagel is excited for local businesses and the growth the City of Pine Forest has experienced this past year. The City of Pine Forest welcomes new businesses, and encourages business owners to contact the city regarding future growth. Please visit the City of Pine Forest on Facebook for additional pictures and menu items.

 

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Thu
04
May

State UIL Academic Meet a winner for LCM

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School brought home two State Championship teams and one Fourth Place finisher from the recent UIL Academic Meet.

The Current Events Team of Matthew Cox, Spencer Johns, Dalan Jones, Bayleigh Swanton, Nyah Patel, with coach Melissa Becker, was the first LCM group to win the top spot. In individual competition, Matthew Cox placed Third in State.

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Thu
04
May

VE Music Program

Vidor Elementary’s seco nd grade rs held a music program , “Through the Decades with Disney” on Friday April 28, 2017. The songs that w ere preformed was -- “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”, “Under the Sea”,”Hakuna Matata”, and “Teen Beach Movie Medley”. Music teacher is Ms. Renee Sprayberry.

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Tue
02
May

Masons honor two VHS seniors for Honesty, Integrity

Vidor Lodge No. 1286 A.F. & AM. held the 6th Annual Honesty and Integrity Award ceremony Thursday night April 27, 2017. The event was well attended by friends, families, interested folks and VHS administrators. The event was also well attended by representatives of The Grand Lodge of Texas.

The event began at 6:30 PM with a traditional BBQ meal with assorted deserts provide to the attendees The Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 914 ladies and others served the meal and provided the deserts.

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Tue
02
May

Babin visits LCM for military appointees, Capitol Hill Challenge

On Wednesday, April 19, Representative Brian Babin of the US Congress, visited Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School to congratulate Trey (Ronald) Guillory, who has been appointed to the Air Force Academy and Mack Patterson, an Orangefield senior who has won a West Point appointment.

Babin, who nominated both young men, spoke highly of their commitment, involvement, and work ethic and encouraged them to be their best as they begin the next stage of their education.

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Tue
02
May

Vidor Junior High Band receives Superior rating

By Sally Andrews

During the first week of April, the VJHS Concert and Symphonic bands participated in University Interscholastic League (U.I.L.) Concert and Sight-Reading Contest at Groves Middle School.


The Symphonic band, under the direction of Mr. Trubie Smith, received Superior ratings for their concert performance and excellent ratings for their work in sight-reading. Judges’ comments on the concert performance included such remarks as, “ Really nice band sound! Very clean performance today! Really fine young band.

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