Lifestyle

Tue
28
Apr

Cos goes to State

The Vidor High School Career Tech Cosmetology students competed in the group and individual projects of Manikin Head and Salon Construction. Five students received 1st place Superior and four won 2nd place Excellent with their projects. Congratulations to all who advanced. In addition Kaitlyn Smith and Hailee Riley won Best of Show with their salon at the district level.

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Thu
23
Apr

Even small volunteer efforts brings forth hope

Casa Ole staff, above left photo, helped with Vidor Rotary Club’s annual scholarship breakfast last Friday morning. Above, some Rotarians working the breakfast were past president Tim Andrews, Secretary Gayle Nagai, Shirley Torres, Treasurer Johnnie Keen Brown, Leslie Williamson, President Darrellyn Ford, and MikeKunst. At left, guests enjoyed a good breakfast and contributed to sending a youth to college as Rotary President Darrellyn Ford made the rounds.

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Thu
23
Apr

Even small volunteer efforts brings forth hope

National Volunteer Week (NVW) was April 12 –18. It was established in 1974. One might think NVW is all about recognizing volunteers and showing them appreciation. While this is true, NVW is really about taking action. It is about encouraging communities and individuals to change their communities through volunteering. 

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Tue
21
Apr

LIT begins registration for May, Summer and Fall semesters

Tue
21
Apr

Foundation urges teens to go with their own glow

Thu
16
Apr

The Readers were

Mrs. Klock’s Pre-K class at Pine Forest received a visit from Vidor High School Interact students, who read to them on Friday. The Readers were: Pearce Bland, Maegan Bowers, Kimberly Turner, Dylon Mooney, and Will Johnson. 
 
Thu
16
Apr

LU students win numerous awards

Lamar University voice students from the Mary Morgan Moore Department of Music earned numerous award placements at the annual Greater Houston Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing classical auditions on March 28, 2015, at the University of Houston.
 
Tue
14
Apr

Vidor Rotarians to host annual Scholarship Breakfast April 17

Vidor Rotarians are hard at work on their annual scholarship breakfast to be held on Friday, April 17 at Vidor Casa Ole from 7:00 until 9:00 a.m. The breakfast, always a fun event, provides funds for the scholarships which Rotary provides each year to graduating seniors at Vidor High School. Tickets are $10 and that provides a huge breakfast of sausage, eggs, refried beans, tortillas, fruit, potatoes and a drink. Casa Ole generously donates $8 a ticket of that amount back to Rotary to put into scholarships for local students.

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Tue
14
Apr

Homework Help

Grace Community Church is reaching out to the citizens of Vidor once again. They are providing free homework help and tutoring every Wednesday at 6:00pm for 1st-6th grade. This outreach is directed by Alice McDonald. If you would like more information you can contact the church office at 769-6609.

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Thu
09
Apr

Scholarship blast

Vidor Rotarians have announced their annual scholarship breakfast, to be held Friday, April 17 from 7:00-9:00 a. m. at Vidor Casa Ole. Tickets are $10 a person, with Casa Ole generously donating $8 back to the club from each ticket sold. Funds go to provide scholarships for graduating VHS students. See a Rotarian or call 409-951-8713.  

 

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