Lifestyle

Thu
14
Jan

Stark Museum of Art invites families to make Art After Dark

The Stark Museum of Art is excited to welcome families to make art after dark during Third Thursdays Art Night, Thursday, January 21, 2016, from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Admission is free for all Orange County public, private or home school students, grades pre-K-12, wearing school colors or spirit wear. Admission for Adults (18-64) is $6; Seniors, (65 or over) $5; and children, 3 years and under, are admitted free. Stark Cultural Venues Members will also receive free admission.

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Thu
14
Jan

LCM Board recognizes students, faculty

Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD’s Board of Trustees were recognized by Superintendent Dr. Pauline Hargrove and administrators during the regular January Board of Trustees meeting. Dr. Hargrove asked the administrative team to share one word that they feel described the Board. Those included supportive, committed, loyal, dedicated, servanthood, caring, empowering, devoted, intelligent, optimistic, understanding, and a two-word phrase…common sense.

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Tue
12
Jan

TOPS Awards

TOPS held awards for the month of Dec. and Ms TOPSI was Glenda. Ms KOPSI was Janis. TOPS is a non profit weight loss organization that is open to men and women. Meetings are held on Mondays at First Methodist Church. Weigh in begins at 5:30, meetings are at 7. For more info contact Stephanie at 550-8598 

 

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Tue
12
Jan

LCM Claims Medals

Eight Little Cypress-Mauriceville art students of Betsy Kaufman submitted paintings for the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Art Contest this past weekend. Of the submissions, three seniors received medals for their work.Sundas Imtiaz took best of show for her painting, “Boot Scootin’.” Brooke Tant and Veronica Ibarra both won Gold Medals. Brooke’s painting is titled, “Bovine Beauty” and Veronica’s is “Desert Gabriel.”  

 

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Tue
12
Jan

Vidor Represented at RYLA

Attending Rotary Youth Leadership Awards this past weekend were Charlie Huang, Emma Huebel, Alexus Franks, and Mykailyn Harbison. They are pictured with President Elect Tim Andrews. The students heard from Rotarians and Rotaractors about trust, kindness, and friendship, and learned leadership skills at the camp.  

 

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Tue
12
Jan

Itty Bitty Story Time

Vidor Public Library held Itty Bitty Story Time on Thursday, January 7, 2016. Program Coordinator Megan Ridlespurge read New York Times bestseller “Dragons Love Tacos” by Adam Rubin. The audience learned why dragons love tacos and not spicy salsa. The children made paper dragons for the craft.

 

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Thu
07
Jan

Annie to play Lutcher Theater on January 23, 2016

Thu
07
Jan

Christmas Card Contest Winners

Thu
07
Jan

Vidor and area first graders given free Prevent Tooth Decay Kits by local Masons

About 1,400 first graders at 12 schools in nearby ISDs (including Evadale, Vidor, Little Cypress-Mauriceville, Deweyville, West Orange-Cove, Orangefield , Bridge City and Diocese of Beaumont) were recently given free prevent tooth decay kits through the Fantastic 
Wed
06
Jan

LCM Claims Spots in All-Region Band

Twenty-seven musicians from the Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Band earned positions in the Texas Music Educators Association All-Region Band. Several students also placed achieved All-Area and/or All-Region Orchestra.

 

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