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Monday, September 20, 1999

Middle school elects officers

Lamar Middle School sixth graders recently elected student council officers for the year 1999-2000.

Hillary Hinojos was elected president; Amanda Natividad, vice president; Evelyn Florez, secretary and Marissa Gabaldon, treasurer.

Forty-six candidates for the offices gave brief speeches during an assembly at their school on Sept. 10. After the assembly, students returned to their homerooms to vote.

In addition to the officers, homerooms each elected two representatives and an alternate to serve on the council. Class representatives and alternates, respectively, are:

Imair Ornelas, Disiree Lara and Mark Lyles (Martha Ricketson's homeroom); Bill Moody, Deannady Herrera and Candice Moore (Betty Cook); Jonathan Garcia, Amber Baeza, Shelly Martinez (Pam Miller); Ashley Orona, Joe Rudy Rodriguez, Jasmine Solis (Oscar Guerrero); Thomas Paz, Ashley Dunn, Christina Ortiz (Carolyn Bynum); Luke Lindsey, Kimberly Chavez, Soraida Samaguey (Jeanne Holt); Andrea Medrano, Bianca Guerrero, Stephanie Mendoza (Criselda Armenta); Heather Hignojos, Johnny Morales, Luis Licon (Becky Wein); Vanessa Metcalf, Eddie Vela, Jonathan Rubio (Rebecca Jeffries); Amanda Contreras, Amanda Espudo, Samantha Urias (Jesus Prieto).

Student Council officers and representatives will help organize and present Lamar's fun nights and other student projects and activities. The first such activity will be a fundraiser, at the Reeves County Fall Fair, where the student council will have a booth to sell cokes.

Pancake breakfast planned

An "all you can eat" pancake breakfast will be held from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 2, at the Reeves County Fair.

The breakfast will consist of pancakes, sausage, choice of coffee, milk or juice, for $5.

The event is sponsored by the Pecos Rotary Club.

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