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.
The Lamesa Community Players will be holding auditions on Jan.
Students are encouraged to register for classes at Howard College’s Lamesa Campus via Campus Connect on the school’s home page or by visiting the local office and speaking with an advisor.
On Sunday, Dec. 16, members of the Dawson County 4-H Club went to the First Baptist Church and helped sort canned goods for Feed One Food Bank. Shown along with
Those present at the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club Gala last Saturday included (left to right) Cindy Barton Hatchett, Fontaine Cope, Linda Barron Taylor, and Peggy Barron.
Some of the students who were present at Lamesa Middle School just before Christmas break were (left to right, front) Dayna Hilburn, Sorviah Fernandez, Zoakiyah Walee, (back) Lexi Hernandez, Julius
Children at North Elementary School who wore Christmas-themed clothing on the last day before Christmas break were (left to right) Davien Ramirez, Danielle Ortiz, Mireya Ornelas, Benjamin Riggins, and Eli