Lifestyle

Thu
17
May

Joint Meet and Greet

Vidor’s Best Western Plus on East Courtland hosted a Meet and Greet   Vidor city and Vidor Chamber of Commerce members and officers Tuesday evening. Pictured above are Vidor Chamber President Hal LaPray and local realtor and chamber member Charlotte Ragan.

 

Dozens of Vidor Chamber of Commerce members joined City of Vidor and Vidor Chamber of Commerce officials at a Meet and Greet held Tuesday at the Vidor Best Western Plus on East Courtland to talk about and cement the city and chamber’s strategic relationship in promoting the city and its business community.

 

 

 

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Tue
15
May

Students from Vidor ISD will perform at Arts Afternoon

Sally Andrews
Coordinator of Community Relations

Vidor Independent School District will host Arts Afternoon on Tuesday, May 22, from 3:30 -5:30 at Pine Forest Elementary, 2450 N. Main. The event, which has been held each Spring for a number of years, features the art work of Vidor students. In addition, students from the Pine Forest Elementary, Vidor Junior High, and Vidor High School choirs will perform, as will VHS band students and members of the awardwinning VHS Pirate Players.

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Tue
15
May

MMS Brings Home Sweepstakes

The Mauriceville Middle School Band, under the direction of Kathy Smith and Justin Hargraves, brought home a Sweepstakes award from the UIL Concert and Sight-reading Contest.

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Tue
15
May

Pillar Award

Pastor John Mooney was named Vidor Rotary Club’s Pillar of the Community on May 14.

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Tue
15
May

PF Students of the Month

April Students of the Month at Pine Forest Elementary are, in no particular order, Remington Warwick, Hayley Prado, Grayson Jackson, Easton Bass, Natalie LaBleu, Drake Stephenson, Kade Knighton, Makayla Lutz, Jesse Wiencek, Hope Prestridge, Camryn Bergeron and Kenya Correia.

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Thu
10
May

LCM’s Ready, Set, Teach goes on field trip

 

Babs Foster’s “Ready, Set, Teach” students from Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School went on a field trip recently to see what local educational oppor-tunities were available in our area. They visited the Lutcher Theater, where they watched a perfor-mance of “GO DOG GO,” and then enjoyed time at the Lake Charles Children’s Museum.  Before the trip, students prepared lesson plans that were age appropri-ate for a field trip to the museum, for which they received a grade.

 

 

 

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Tue
08
May

VHS Choir

The Vidor High School choir, under the direction of Bryan Brassard, received a superior rating on stage and an excellent rating in sight-reading at the recent Spring UIL

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Tue
08
May

Vidor to host national ACF checkers $2500 cash prize tournament June 1-2, 2018

Is is true! Can one actually win money playing checkers? YES! The Annual District 8 & Texas State Championship Checkers Tournament will be held again in Vidor, TX on June 1- 2, 2018 at the Holiday Inn Express with $2500 to be awarded in cash prizes! This is recognized by the American Checker Federation as one of the National Tournaments in America. The winner will be the District 8 Champion which is a five state area of Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Kansas. The Texas resident that wins will be recognized as the Texas State Checkers Champion.

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Thu
03
May

Choir Receives Sweepstakes Rating

The Vidor Junior High Choir received a Sweepstakes rating recently at concert and sight-reading contest. They were rated first division in both competitions. The choir is under the direction of Robin Corley.

 

 

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Thu
03
May

ASE Certifications

Congratulations to the Automotive Tech 2 students on passing all their ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certification exams. Since 1972 this independent non-profit organization has worked to improve the quality of vehicle repair and service by testing and certifying automotive professionals.

 

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