Lamesa school officials are inviting the public to participate in a program to read books to local children.
The following memorial donations to the Dal Paso Museum have been received during April.
Cornerstone Fellowship estimated attendance at 350 people for a drive-up service held by the church at the A&W Events Center (former Country Club) on Easter Sunday. With a trailer set up as a stage, the service was broadcast over a PA system and was transmitted to car radios with the help of the FM transmitter for the former Sky-Vue drive-in theater. Communion was celebrated by providing individually wrapped bread and a juice bottle for each car. Cornerstone Fellowship Pastor Daniel Reese said they plan to continue the outside services through the remainder of the quarantine period. Everyone is invited to attend and even bring their lawn chairs to sit outside their cars while still practicing social distancing. Reese said the service this Sunday will be at 5 p.m. so that it will not interfere with other church services.
The Dawson County Library is giving away bundles of books.
While the COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in gatherings of 10 or more people being banned at this time, that didn’t prevent a baby shower from being held for a local couple this past weekend.
Until further notice the lobby and dine-in are closed. We are offering curb side service on the south side of the building from 11 a.m. until 12:15 for seniors 60 and over. We continue delivering home delivered meals to our existing clients.
The Lamesa school district was not able to provide meals for the weekend when they distributed food for children on Friday, according to Superintendent Jim Knight.
Until further notice the lobby and dine-in will be closed. We will be offering curb side service on the south side of the building from 11 am until 12:15 p.m. for seniors 60 and over. We will continue delivering home delivered meals to our existing clients.