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Thu
21
Feb
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RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION SHEEP –

Raylee Murry showed the reserve grand champion sheep at the Ochiltree County Junior Livestock Show and Sale on Jan. 25-26, She also had the reserve grand champion swine. Exhibitors are only allowed to have one animal in the sale and Murry opted to sell her pig. Also pictured is Blakelee Gillispie.

 

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Sun
17
Feb
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DeSantiago, Brosowske, are named Rotary Students of Month

Perryton High School seniors Hadley DeSantiago and Griffin Brosowske were chosen at the Perryton Rotary Club’s Students of the Month for February.

DeSantiago is the daughter of Pete and Nicole DeSantiago. She has three siblings, Hannah, Hope and Samuel.

She is involved in the National Honor Society, played volleyball and is basketball manager, as well as a member of the show choir. She also does Crossfit.

 

 

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Sun
17
Feb
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PJH teacher earns area honor

Representatives from Mrs. Baird’s Bread and United Supermarkets were at Perryton Junior High Tuesday to honor Terri Hansen as the January Middle School/Junior High “Teacher On The Rise.”

Shane Sumrow with Mrs. Bairds announced that PJH student Stephania Ramirez had nominated Hansen, saying in her letter, “Mrs. Hansen has been there for me ever since sixthgrade. Mrs. Hansen is more than just a teacher to me, she is like a second mom.”

Perryton United Supermarket store directorMonty Kinnard presented Hansen with a $100 gift card. Brian Hill from Amarillo Custom Box, a sponsor of the event, gave Hansen an additional $100 American Express gift card.

 

 

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Thu
14
Feb
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RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION STEER –

Maddie Schickedanz, at right, showed the reserve grand champion steer at the Ochiltree County Junior Livestock Show and Sale on Jan. 25-26. Her animal was purchased by Broken Arrow Crop Insurance and Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home. Also pictured are, from left, Sydney Schickedanz and Brent Boxwell.

 

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Sun
10
Feb
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OGH Auxiliary meets Feb. 4

The Ochiltree General Hospital Auxiliary met Feb. 4 in the OGH conference room.

Betty Caddel, president, conducted the meeting, which opened with a prayer by Carol McGarraugh.

Jean Pshigoda gave the gift shop report. She said new spring merchandise will be arriving soon.

Ethel Rudd distributed calendars, noting some scheduling changes were made for volunteers in the gift shop and the floor.

 

 

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Sun
10
Feb
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Wolf Creek DAR has program on early Ochiltree County schools

The Wolf Creek Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution met Jan. 22 at First United Methodist Church.

The program was given by Perryton Junior High principal Dimitri Garcia. He gave a presentation about “Early Ochiltree County Schools.”

Regent Sherrie Rima opened the meeting. The invocation was given by chaplain Kathy Allred. Debra Dye led the pledges to the U.S. and Texas flags, Carolyn Thomas led the National Anthem, and Rima led the American Creed.

Rima read portions of President General Ann Turner Dillon’s message emphasizing how vital volunteers are to organizations and the community.

 

 

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Thu
07
Feb
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GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER

Ethan Born showed the grand champion heifer at the Ochiltree County Junior Livestock Show and Sale on Jan. 25-26. The animal was purchased by Frontier Accessories, Kevin Pshigoda and Duane Pshigoda. Pictured with Born were, from left, Kevin Pshigoda, Duane Pshigoda, Brandt Oquin and Saraelee Pshigoda.

 

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Sun
03
Feb
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WED DEC. 29

Erica Kear and Nathan Hester exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018 at 3 p.m. at Stonebridge Church in Plainview. The bride is the daughter of Eric and Doris Kear of Perryton, and the groom is the son of Danny and Karen Hester of Anchorage, AK. 

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Thu
31
Jan
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Butler, Harris named Students of the Month

Perryton High School seniors Trey Butler and Abbigayle Harris were chosen as the Rotary Students of the Month for January.

Butler is the son of Tommy and Candy Butler. He has three siblings: Cassidee, Em and Caydee.

At PHS he is a member of FFA, the National Honor Society and student council.

 

 

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Sun
27
Jan
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McAnally named Young Careerist

The Young Careerist for the month named by Panhandle Professional Women is Lynsey McAnally, the Community Outreach Director for Ochiltree General Hospital. She is involved in committees for Leadership Perryton, SHAC and the Wheatheart of the Nation.

The training and qualifications required for her profession are experience in design, layout, social media management and presenting educational presentations. She would advise others to enter her profession, and said, “YES! My job is different every single day, offers opportunities for creativity and developing relationships and there is never a dull moment.”

She believes the key to success for young careerists is “finding a career that you love, in a field you’re passionate about.”

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