Lifestyle

Thu
02
Jun

Adult Studio Workshop and CREATE! Workshop

ORANGE — Curious about how a work of art is made? Join in the fun at the next Adult Studio Workshop: Acrylic Still Life Painting on June 4, 2016 and learn to see art through the artist’s eyes! This workshop’s special guest artist will be Stephanie Garza. She received her Bachelor of Science in graphic design and teacher certification from Lamar University. Garza has been an art teacher for 15 years and has been teaching painting classes at Painting with a Twist for 5 years.  

 

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Thu
02
Jun

LCM names “Of the Year” employees

At the Annual End of Year Celebration event, Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD honored staff who had completed service years in increments of 5 and its retirees. Others who were recognized were the staff members “Of the Year” who were selected by their co-workers. This year’s Teachers of the Year included Shannon Blankenship – Mauriceville Elementary, Heidi Strandberg – Mauriceville Middle, Billy Gay Davis – LCM High School, Michael Corman – Little Cypress Junior High, Stacey Arabie – Little Cypress Elementary and Brenda Jones – Little Cypress Elementary.

 

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Tue
31
May

Getting Ready

About to be graduates of the Vidor High School Class of 2016 anxiously await word that their graduation ceremony is about to begin as they check their caps and gowns and exchange last minute words in the dressing rooms of the Lamar University Montagne Center just before the Vidor High School Class of 2016 Commencement ceremonies were about to begin last Friday night.
 
Tue
31
May

Large Crowd

Despite heavy thunderstorms and wrecks on the freeway, a large crowd filled much of the Lamar University Montagne Center last Friday night for the Vidor High School Class of 2016 Commencement.
 
Thu
26
May

Lutcher Theater Announces 2016-17 Season

ORANGE — Twelve incredible events headline the Lutcher Theater 2016-17 Season! The Lutcher’s 37th Season begins in the fall with a festive outdoor concert followed by a diverse lineup of spectacular shows that promise something special for everyone: SYMPHONY AT SHANGRI LA – Sun., Oct. 16, 2016, Directed by Maestro, Chelsea Tipton, returns to Shangri La Gardens at the peak of Scarecrow Festival for a festive evening of seasonal nature and magnificent music! Bring lawn chairs and picnic baskets and soak up the alluring sights and sounds of autumn, the art of sunset, and a beautiful evening of Broadway hits!  

 

Thu
26
May

Donation to Deweyville

Pine Forest Elementary first grade classes sold lemonade at track and field. They were able to raise enough money to donate $500 to Deweyville’s elementary classes. Pictured with Deweyville’s Principal, Ms. LaJuan Addison, are Brody Stankovich, Payton Byrd, Ella Spencer, Dawson Collins, and Kyra Sims.

 

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Tue
24
May

Another triple first division rating for Vidor

Tue
24
May

Perfect Attendance Incentive

Vidor Elementary students were treated to a fun time of jumping in an inflatable obstacle course and inflatable bounce house as a reward for perfect attendance. Pictured are some of the students who enjoyed the treat. First graders: Karlee Armstrong, Jayden Magee, Sebastian Rendon, Kason Rodrick, Robert Dalstra, Ethan Jones, Brynlee Morgan and Warren Johns. Second Graders: John Harvey, Spencer McKusker, Luis Ibarra, Lynsie Jinks, Leland Boyett, Tristen Tipton, Ashtyn Dean, Tara Vander, Harrison Jobe, and Colby Opferkuch.
 
Thu
19
May

DPS urges motorists to stay alert, use caution around motorcyclists

AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding drivers to use extra caution around motorcycles on roadways as part of Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month in May. DPS recommends all drivers “Share the Road: Look Twice for Motorcycles,” which is the Texas Department of Transportation’s public awareness campaign highlighting motorcycle safety.
 
Thu
19
May

Fun, educational summer camps for grades K-12

ORANGE — EcoRangers and Art Quest Summer Camps are designed to actively engage students during the summer months. All camps have a low student-to-teacher ratio, which enhances handson learning in all environments. Depending on the camp, students may explore a variety of ecosystems, study different critters, complete art projects, and engage in many hands-on activities and active games.
 

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