The four School Resource Officers (SROs) employed by Lamesa ISD who attended North Elementary School’s lunch this past Wednesday were (left to right) Gabriel Flores, Jermaine Davis, Johnny Ortegon,
Brett Seely of Lamesa was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) around August of last year. According to his wife, Tammy Seely, “Brett is doing somewhat better.”
Dal Paso Museum board members have announced the individuals who received the most votes for the Christmas Tree Forest Community Fundraiser recently held at the historic downtown museum.
“Out with the old and in with the new” is a phrase often used by those who make a list of resolutions at the start of every New Year.
A Women’s Luncheon will take place at Second Baptist Church this coming Thursday, Jan. 17, from 12 noon until 1 p.m. All ladies are welcome to attend to receive food and fellowship.
The individuals who run the Dal Paso Museum have finished the museum’s holiday events for 2018 and are preparing new projects and events for the coming year.
North Elementary School is planning to celebrate Law Enforcement Day this coming Wednesday, at 11:30 a.m., by inviting the Lamesa ISD campuses’ local law enforcement officers to lunch.
As Christmas and New Year break ends for schools in the area, students and teachers throughout Dawson County are preparing to return to class in the next few days.
Mobile mammography screenings will be offered in Lamesa on Monday, Jan. 7, at United Supermarket by Covenant Health and the Arrington Comprehensive Breast Center.
The River Of Life Fellowship church will have a New Year’s celebration this coming Monday, beginning at 8 p.m. and continuing through midnight as 2019 begins.