Principal Ryan DuBose and Dr. Pauline Hargrove, Superintendent of Schools for Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD, were the ribbon cutters at the public tour of the new Little Cypress Junior High. Dozens of staff, students, parents and former school attendees were on hand for the ribbon cutting and tour. Dr. Hargrove welcomed the crowd and Mr. DuBose told the attendees how much the staff and students appreciate and are enjoying their new school.
Teens from the Pecan Acres Baptist Church Youth give of their time to assemble Thanksgiving gift bags from items donated to and/or purchased by the United Christian Care Center of Vidor. These young teens spent Wednesday evening carefully stacking and fitting non-perishable food items enough for a family of four to prepare a Thanksgiving feast. Selected clients of the UCCC will pick up their Thanksgiving gift basket along with a frozen turkey or chicken next week.
These girls participated in the VHS Cheerleader Cheer Clinic on October 29th. The girls were also invited to show what they had learned during the first quarter of the Pirate football game against Port Arthur Memorial on November 4th. The funds raised from the clinic will be used towards the upcoming leadership/cheerleading clinic that six of the junior cheerleaders have been invited to attend at the University of Hawaii this summer.
Vidor High School students who were named to All Region choir and participated in the recent concert are: Mitchell Allen, Jaimee Cameron, Mallory Chilton, Seth Durham, Javier Espinoza, Jamie Forsythe, Shane Helms, Chance Kelly, Hannah Morris, Madaline Moyer McClendon, Morgan Roberts, Jenna Scholl, Meighan Shouse, Lexi Stevenson, Alton Teinert, and Cameron Teinert. Director is Mr. Bryan Brassard.Vidor High School students who were named to All Region choir and participated in the recent concert are: Mitchell Allen, Jaimee Cameron, Mallory Chilton, Seth Durham, Javier Espinoza, Jamie Forsythe, Shane Helms, Chance Kelly, Hannah Morris, Madaline Moyer McClendon, Morgan Roberts, Jenna Scholl, Meighan Shouse, Lexi Stevenson, Alton Teinert, and Cameron Teinert. Director is Mr. Bryan Brassard.
The Vidor FFA students participated in the Texas Rice Festival this past weekend. Jenna Hoffmann-2nd Place Lamb & Goat & 4th place Steer. Elizabeth Hoffpauir-4th Place Heifer. Caleb Smith- 1st Place Steer & 6th Place Heifer. Jasney Bean- Reserve Champion English Steer & 5th Place Goat. Tyler Root- 5th Place Steer, Senior Showmanship, & 2nd Place Heifer. Emileigh Singleton- 5th Place Heifer & 7th Place Steer. Chandler Lovelace- 4th Place Heifer. Cortni Dubose- 4th Place Steer.
The Vidor High School CTE Auto Tech students toured the automotive facilities at San Jacinto College in Baytown last Tuesday. The Vidor students discovered the many different areas of an automotive degree such as collision repair, auto body repair, mechanical and electrical service, engine performance, analysis and diagnosis, transmissions etc.
Miriam Lutcher Stark had a deep and abiding love of literature, inspired by her father, who kept a large library and was extraordinarily well read. Miriam did much to advance the enjoyment and appreciation of literature in Orange, actively contributing to the Shakespeare Club, supporting both the local library and the library at University of Texas, and beginning the Stark Reading Contest. This tour will incorporate dramatized readings similar to those Miriam enjoyed in the Stark Reading Contest.
ORANGE — NETworks Presentations, LLC, WarnerBros. Theatre Ventures and Unique Features, bring the Broadway musical Elf to the Lutcher Theater in Orange, TX, Saturday, November 12, 2016 for two performances at 3:00 PM and 8:00 PM. Tickets ranging from $45-$65 are available now at Lutcher.org or by calling the Lutcher Theater Box Office at 409-886-5535. From the producers that brought Shrek the Musical, Annie, and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast to the Lutcher, Elf is the hilarious tale of Buddy, a young orphan child who mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported back to the North Pole.