Lifestyle

Tue
13
Dec

Lions Club Winner

The Vidor Lions Club is happy to announce the winner of our Houston Texans football drawing. Pictured is Club President, Deborah Sanders, with winner Connie Solly. Connie won two tickets to the Texans Christmas Eve game, a parking pass and a J.J. Watt jersey. Thanks go to Clayton Keen of Memorial Funeral Home for donating this game package to the Vidor Lions Club.

 

Thu
08
Dec

14 Make Region Band at MMS

Students at Mauriceville Middle School recently earned seats in the Texas Music Educators All Region Band. They are, front row from left- Layne Dunbar, Jack Burke, Traevin Nelms, Airik Cast, Timothy Weaver, Kaila Low, and Guido Swanton. Second row from left are Reanna McKay, Faith Stanley, Matalyn Hill, Lizzy DeLaFuente, Rylee Wiszmann, and Madison Brinkley. Kathy Smith is the Director of these talented students.
 
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Thu
08
Dec

LCM Board recognitizes outstanding students

Tue
06
Dec

Story Time

Vidor Public Library held Story time on Thursday, December 1, 2016. Program Coordinator, Megan Ridlespurge read “Penguin Says “Please” by Michael Dahl and “Penguins” by Liz Pichon. The audience learned everyday activities for penguins at the zoo, 1. Swim. 2. Eat fish. 3. Play penguin games. 4. Sleep standing up. 5. Look at people. 6. Look at more people. The children made paper penguins for the craft.

 

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Tue
06
Dec

Tri-Con Donation

Mickey Holtzman from Tri-Con presented a $500.00 check to Carolyn Wedgeworth, Vidor Elementary Assistant Principal. The money was donated by Tri-Conn to be used for math and science activities for the students.

 

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Thu
01
Dec

EduGard presentation helps keep students safe

Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD hosted a cyber safety presentation for parents and staff on Monday, November 14, at Little Cypress Junior High. FBI Special Agent Chris Day with EduGard was the speaker. Special Agent Day addressed a variety of cyber safety topics, including apps, social media, and other digital activities that have the potential to put students at risk.

 

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Thu
01
Dec

Career Tech Students of the Month

Vidor High School named November C areer and Technology Education Students of the Month Georgie Allen and Mathew Samuels. Computers and photography are the subjects in which Georgie excels. Automotive Technology is Mathew’s forte. Pictured is CTE Director Penny Singleton, Georgie Allen, Computer Business Teacher Lisa Domec. Auto Teacher Al Waits, senior Mathew Samuels, CTE Director Penny Singleton

 

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Tue
29
Nov

Village of the Nativity set December 9-10

The entire family is invited to come out on Friday, December 9th and Saturday, December 10th from 6:00-8:00 pm to experience “Village of the Nativity.” Over 100 church members are joining together to recreate Bethlehem in order to help you hear first hand from the townspeople about the newborn King as you walk through a lighted first century recreation 
Tue
22
Nov

Care Center Donation

The Vidor Elementary students collected for the Christian Care Center. Pictured, left to right, are Carson Chesser, Harrison Jobe, Trinity Sturm, and Brody Mauboules.
 
Tue
22
Nov

Story Time

Story time was held at the Vidor Public Library on Thursday, November 17, 2016. Program Coordinator Megan Ridlespurge read “The Very Stuffed Turkey” by Katharine Kenah. Turkey has been invited to everyone’s home for dinner! With five homes to visit Turkey knows there will be a ton of food to eat. 
 

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