Lifestyle

Tue
14
Jul

Final Summer Program

The Vidor Public Library held the final 2015 Summer Reading Program “Every Hero Has A Story” on Wednesday, July 8, 2015. Andy Gardner and his  assistant Beverly Ketchum with Artto- Go from the Art Museum of Southeast  Texas talked to the audience  about the museum. The children made super hero tote bags for the craft. Children  completing 20 or more books by Friday July  10, 2015 will be eligible to attend the Grand Finale on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at  the Vidor Public Library starting at 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
 
Thu
09
Jul

How to create happy campers

Thu
09
Jul

How necessary is a new boat?

Tue
07
Jul

Summer Camp Fun

Children in VISD Community Education summer camps had fun last week making things. Wild With Wood saw kids making airplanes, wooden Texas flags, and wood-burned photo holders. In cooking camp, children made deviled eggs and cakes as well as a huge array of main dish items.
 
Tue
07
Jul

Reading is Fun

The Vidor Public Library held the Summer Reading Program on Wednesday, July 1, 2015. Guest Katrina Smith and her R.E.A.D. dog Evie entertained the audience.
 
Thu
02
Jul

Interact President

At left, outgoing Vidor Rotary Club President Darrellyn Ford awards incoming VHS Interact President Erina Walden with the Presidential Citation that the Interact Club earned in the past year. AG Bobby Simon inducted Erina Walden as Interact President at Vidor High School for 2015-2016.

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Tue
30
Jun

Racing Heats Up

Golden Triangle Raceway Park is the place to be on Friday, July 3rd for an early holiday celebration. Fans will be greeted by two kinds of fireworks. The traditional display will take place right before
the feature races.
 
Tue
30
Jun

Special Summer Reading Guest

The Vidor Public Library held the Summer Reading Program on Wednesday, June 24, 2015. Zydeco artist Sean Ardoin with Young Audiences of Southeast Texas performed with his accordions for the audience. Sean explained to the children that each individual has their own unique thumbprint and his saying is “Can’t Nobody beat me at being me, why? Cause I’m Special!” teaching them to be positive and that they can do anything they put their minds to. 
 
Thu
25
Jun

CTE Pins 28 New CNAs

The Career Tech Health Science II students passed their Certified Nursing Aide CNA Exam. The students are now nursing assistants that fulfill basic quality of life needs for patients of any age, ethnicity or gender in residential nursing care facilities or outpatient clinics. Since nursing assistants have daily contact with patients, they are gatherers of vital information about the patients’ conditions, which they must then transmit to their supervisors.

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Thu
25
Jun

Summer Camps

Summer camps are in full swing in Vidor ISD! Pirate camp is going on this week along with reading camp, which is in its last week. Wild About Wood starts next Monday at Oak Forest at 9 a.m., so patrons should sign kids up now. Call 951-8700 for more information, or pay with a credit card at www.vidorisd.org, Community tab, then Community Ed. The camp is only $35. Dru Woods is courtesy of a grant from Texas Commission on the Arts. Camp funding also came from Foundation for Southeast Texas, Rotary District 5910, and Vidor Rotary Club.

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