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Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide
for Pecos Country of West Texas
Tuesday, November 21, 2000
Christmas special planned
A Living Nativity Scene, presented by the youth group of West Park Baptist
Church, 7th and Eddy Streets, along with a Christian Concert,
by Kristen Carreon are part of the plans for a Christmas Special at the church.
The special event will be held on Saturday, Dec. 2, at the public is invited
Armbruster named to Dean's List
Pecos resident Leslie A. Armbruster, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. David Armbruster,
was named to Schreiner College's spring semester Dean's List. The honor requires
full-time students to earn a 3.0 grade point average or better.
Schreiner College is a Presbyterian-related liberal arts college with
a primarily residential student body. U.S. News and World Report's 2001,
America's Best Colleges Guide named Schreiner one of the top tier regional
liberal arts colleges in the western United States.
OC golf team named first in country
The Odessa College men's golf team was recently ranked number one among
junior colleges in the country by the National Junior College Athletic Association's
Division I Men's Golf Coaches Association Poll.
Speaking of the national recognition, OC golf coach Paul Chavez said,
`It's an honor to be recognized as the top junior college golf program in
the country. It's great for our golf program, for our college and for our
community," he said.
The superior ranking resulted from the OC squad doing well in several
of its fall series tournaments, including placing first in the Oklahoma City
University Invitational and the Odessa College Invitational where the team
beat a field of 17 regional and out-of-state competitors.
For more information, contact coach Chavez at 335-6331.
Greeman earnsTop Ten finish
Tammy Jo Greeman, of Toyah, with Quick Little Cutter, a bay gelding
was a top 10 finalist in the Amateur Working Cow Horse Class at the
2000 American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show, held
Nov. 5-18 in Oklahoma City, Okla.
"This is the most prestigious of all American Quarter Horse Shows," said
Bill Brewer, AQHA executive vice-president. "Tammy Jo Greeman and Quick Little
Cutter are to be commended for such an outstanding achievement," he said.
The AQHA World Championship Show is the largest, richest, world championship
horse show in existence, with $1.78 million awarded to 3,604 entries from
49 states, six Canadian provinces, England, Germany, Italy, Mexico and the
Netherlands. Horses must have earned a predetermined number of points between
Aug. 1, 1999 and July 31, 2000, to qualify for the invitational competition.
The Amateur Division is reserved for people who do not show, train or assist
in the training of horses for remuneration other than prize money.
Sponsors for the event are Bayer, Centaur, GMC, Justin Boots, Markel Insurance,
MBNA America, MCI Worldcom, MD Barns, Montana Silversmiths, Nutrena, Oklahoma
City Chamber of Commerce, Professional's Choice, Resistol, Rio Vista Products,
Sooner Trailer, State Fair of Oklahoma, Tex Tan, "The Quarter Horse Journal."
York M. "Smokey" Briggs, Publisher
Division of Buckner News Alliance, Inc.
324 S. Cedar St., Pecos, TX 79772
Phone 915-445-5475, FAX 915-445-4321
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