Tuesday, November 17, 1998
4-H competition held
4-H Tri-County Playdays started in April and continued
through August. 4-Her's competed in banels, poles, stakes
and goat ribbon pulling or goat tying. Points were totaled
at the end and prizes were awarded at a Horse Show Banquet
held in Monahans in October. Pecos 4-Her's that competed
are, Andrew Lopez, first place, sub jr.; Guthrie Long,
fourth place, sub jr.; Heath Armstrong, fourth place,
pee-wee; Conner Armstrong, participant, pee-wee; Dakota
Long, participant, pee-wee; Amanda Armstrong, third place,
jr.; Chris Armstrong, third place, sr.
Thank you gift awarded
Lessa McNeese, field representative for American Cancer
Society, for the Reeves-Loving Unit, Odessa, presents a
special gift to Marie Cardenas, county extenstion agent and
Nancy Ontiveros, Reeves County Hospital patient
representative for a job well done in the recent heart walk
held in Pecos. Both women did an outstanding job and were
rewarded for their efforts.
Top ticket sellers named
First grade student at Austin Elementary School Mateo
Tarango and second grader Lyndsay Chowning, sold the most
chili supper tickets at the school.
Members of the Public Relations Committee, at Austin
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