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Thu
19
Feb

Band students earn first division medals

Students from the Vidor High School Band earned 121 first division medals at the UIL Solo- Ensemble contest held at Lumberton High School Friday, February 6, 2015. Soloists qualifying for the UIL Texas State Solo-Ensemble Contest are Zach Domec, piano and alto saxophone; Dakota Ard, tenor saxophone; Ana Plake, flute; and Hannah Hudgins, percussion.

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Wed
18
Feb
Wed
18
Feb

Texas Travels Essay Contest entries due by March 13th

Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush would like to remind parents and teachers to encourage 4th and 7th grade students to participate in Save Texas History’s 2015 Texas Travels Essay Contest.
Thu
12
Feb

February KOPSI

Ms KOPSI of the Month of February was Opal Gray and Ms TOPSI was Shirley McLain. TOPS is a non profit organization that meets Mondays at 7 p.m. for weigh ins at United Methodist Church. For more information contact Stephanie 550-8598 or Opal 656-0863. Not pictured but also named Ms TOPSI was Melody Lefler.

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Thu
12
Feb

LCM Quiz Team

On Saturday, January 31, the LCM Quiz Bowl team competed in the 1st round of the Channel 6 Academic Challenge. They defeated Vidor 255 to 40. The team members are Shri Murthy, Aaron Rose, and Arish Bheraiya. Jessica Robertson is alternate. This segment is scheduled to air on Saturday, February 21. The team is coached by Charlette Roddy and Marcia Brown. Students are, from left, Shri Murthy, Aaron Rose and Arish Bheraiya.

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Tue
10
Feb

Itty Bitty StoryTime

The Vidor Public Library held Itty Bitty Storytime on Thursday, February 5, 2015. Program Coordinator Megan Mack read “The Night Before Valentine’s Day” by Natasha Wing and “Where Is Baby’s Valentine?” by Karen Katz. The children made Valentine cards and enjoyed a cupcake.

 

Tue
10
Feb

LCM Education Foundation, Inc. grants over $16,000 for projects

Lisa Martin’s class at Mauriceville Elementary received a grant to help with reading skills today.

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville Education Foundation, Inc. held its annual “Prize Patrol” on Tuesday, February3, funding 14 grants totaling $16,314.89. The “Grants-To-Educators” program began in 2004 and this year’s donation brings the total given to $158,276.23 for 130 grants.
 
Thu
05
Feb

The Vidor Chamber of Commerce welcomed Subway

The Vidor Chamber of Commerce welcomed Subway #62184 located at 1545 North Main Street with a ribbon cutting on November 18. The owners are Greg and Brock Galloway.
 

 

Thu
05
Feb

LCE readers get to have dinner with the teacher

Tue
03
Feb

TALH program offers Preview Day Feb. 21

The Texas Academy of Leadership in the Humanities (TALH) will host a spring preview day at the Mary and John Gray Library on Saturday, Feb. 21. The Academy is an early entrance college residential honors program at Lamar University.
 

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