Alana Renfro posed with the Sunset Baptist Church’s tree, which will benefit the Texas Baptist Home for Children, in the Dal Paso Museum’s Christmas Tree Forest.
Those who work for the City of Lamesa visited with residents from around town at the city’s Christmas Open House last Friday. Among those present at the event were (left
Lori Vogler represented the Rainbow Room for the Dal Paso Museum’s Christmas Tree Forest. The Rainbow Room is a local organization that benefits children through the Child Welfare Board.
The Nazarene Mexico Missions organization does an annual toy drive to benefit children in Mexico. Ainsley Wick-man is pictured next to the organization’s tree in the Dal Paso Museum’s Christmas
Lubbock resident Amy Pope and her children, Will and Abby, dressed in period clothing last year and will return again this year to bake Christmas cookies in the century-old Harrell
The Lamesa ISD Golden Tornado Bands will perform at their Annual Christmas Concert this coming Thursday, at 6 p.m., in the O.W. Follis Gym at Lamesa Middle School. Admission to
As its final fund raiser for the year, the Lamesa Christian Women’s Job Corps (CWJC) will be holding a raffle this coming Thursday at Lamesa’s Christmas on the Square event.
Christmas-related activities are continuing at various churches in Lamesa as they prepare to celebrate the birth of Christ. Services and activities that have been reported to the Press-Reporter follow. First
The First Baptist Church Children’s Ministry “Girls In Action” group set up its tree for the Dal Paso Museum’s Christmas Tree Forest with pink and gold decorations.
Letters to Santa from children in the third grade and under are due at the Press-Reporter’s office no later than 5 p.m. this coming Wednesday.