Lifestyle

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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Thu
09
Apr

Building Trades Receives High Marks

Vidor High School Career Tech Construction Trades students competed in the Skills USA State Contest this past weekend in Corpus Christi. All 11 projects placed in the individual project competition. Mr. Guthrie is very proud of the work and professionalism that these students have accomplished. They will be showing the projects in the Vidor High School hallway next month. 

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Tue
07
Apr

MMS Student Finalist

Mauriceville Middle School eighth grader, Tesa Bourque, was recently named as a finalist in the Better Business Bureau’s “Laws of Life” Essay Contest. Over 3,100 Southeast Texas students participated in the program and Tesa is one of the 15 whose work was chosen.

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Tue
07
Apr

LCM One Act Play Success

The LCM UIL One Act Play Company performed at the Bi-District Contest this past Thursday in Kingwood and walked away again as champions! The crew of Amanda Warner, Clint Jordan, Dalan Jones, Shawn Blair and Canyon Cassidy were once again awarded the top technical crew at the contest.

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Thu
02
Apr

Pictured

Pictured are, back row: Garrett Houseman, Mario Espindola, Jordan Green, Jordan Root, and Samuel Taylor. Front row: Samuel Johnson, Hunter Block, Amanda Harder, Evelyn Baker, Logan Harris, Blake Shafer, Ms. Ana Pereda (Presenter), Maegan Moore, Luis Espinoza, and Myles Porter.

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Tue
31
Mar

Vidor City Hall gets landscape spruce up

The Vidor Beautification  Task Force is agroup of civic minded  Vidorians, started and headed by Vidor Council Member Gary Herrera. The Beautification Task Force supports and advocates a public  eautification policy, ordinances and organizes city-wide 
Tue
31
Mar

Library Friends Sale

The Friends of the Library Annual Spring Sale will be held April 8, 2015 in the Mellie Nagai Community Room at the Vidor Public Library, 440 E. Bolivar from 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Those wishing to donate either books or white elephant items for the sale are asked to bring them April 6th and 7th to the library between the hours of 8 a.m.-5 p.m. No clothing items accepted for the sale.  

 

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Thu
26
Mar

Entergy head sends letter to MVE 5th grader

Representatives of Entergy were at Mauriceville Elementary on Tuesday, March 24, to present Cody Steiert, a fifth grade student in Mary Kay Berndt’s Language Arts class, with a written response from Leo P. Denault, Chairman and CEO of Entergy. Cody and his classmates wrote letters to individuals of their choice culminating a business letter-writing lesson. The student letters went to a variety of people from the  President of the UnitedStates, to the Department of Defense, NFL players, 

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