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Fri
19
Oct
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DECEMBER WEDDING

DECEMBER WEDDING—Mark and Janelle Buschman of Perryton announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Cindy Rose Buschman, to Miguel Angel Escobar, son of Miguel and Beatrice Escobar of Perryton. The couple will be married Dec. 15, 2018 at 5 p.m. at Community Worship Center. The bride-elect is currently employed at State Farm Insurance, and the groom is a student at West Texas A&M University pursuing a music education degree. The couple plans to reside in Canyon after the wedding.

 

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Wed
17
Oct
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EL TROPICO RIBBON CUTTING

The Perryton-Ochiltree Chamber of Commerce and the Perryton Pardners recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for El Tropico at 10 SW 4th Ave. Present for the ceremony were, Lucio Barragan, Gabriela Barragan, Claudia Reyes, Maria Moncayo, Jose Moncayo, Aloani Macias, Maria Santos, Agustin Andrade, Jaxyn Andrade, Joe Ogden, Penny Andrade, Becky Childers, owners Christian and Edgar Ramos, Janet Blasingame, Yareli Chavez, Chad Johnson, Shirley Howard, Briana Brown, and Ellie Blasingame.

 

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Sat
13
Oct
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KIWANIS DONATES TO NONPROFITS

The Perryton Kiwanis Club presented checks for $200 each to several nonprofit organizations. Accepting the checks were, seated from left, Crystal Harper for United Way, Becky Childers for Snack Pak 4 Kids, Bill Mac Tregellas for the Museum of the Plains, and Sheila Harris for the Senior Citizen Center; and standing, Kay Allison for Toys For Tots, Sandra Sears for Perry Memorial Library, Duke Underwood for the Perryton Christian Church Alliance, Veronica Herrera for Coats For Kids and Miguel Valenzuela representing the Kiwanis Club.

 

 

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Wed
10
Oct
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PHS Principal’s Honor Roll

Perryton High School has released the principal’s honor roll for the first six weeks.

Freshmen

Aubrey Admire, Jonathan Alaniz, Marshall Attaway, Abigail Baker, Evelyn Becerril Colin, Gage Bicknell, Brody Bigham, Christiana Broadbent, Reese Bruner, Cassidee Butler, Evelyn Camacho, Jose Carrera-Villa, Jarred Casta-neda, Lorely Castanon Villagran, Adrian Ceniceros, Patricia Ceniceros, Efrain Cervantes, Gabriela Cigarroa, Hope DeSantiago, Denisse Enriquez Rocha, Gabrielle Estes, Zane Eylar.

 

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Sat
06
Oct
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Food manager certification training planned in Pampa

 A professional food manager certification training course, “Food Safety: It’s Our Business,” will be offered Oct. 17-18 by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Gray County.

The meeting will be at the Gray County Annex, 12125 E. Frederic Ave., Pampa. The fee will be $125, and preregistration is due Oct. 12. To register for the course, call 806-669-8033. The fee includes training, materials and a national food manager certification examination.

 

 

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Wed
03
Oct
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BOYS STATE AND GIRLS STATE PARTICIPANTSer

BOYS STATE AND GIRLS STATE PARTICIPANTS – The Harry P Stumpf American Legion Post 254 honored the students who attended the American Legion Boys State and Girls State and their families at the September post meeting. The students are, from left, Cole Townsend, Sarah Reihm, Karen Becerril, Alexis Price and Klaudia Johnson. Not pictured is Bryce Juarez.

 

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Sat
29
Sep
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Findley chosen as PPW Young Careerist

Kimberly Findley was announced as September’s Young Careerist by the Panhandle Professional Women’s Club.

She is the head grain accountant for Perryton Equity Exchange. A working knowledge of commodity trading and basic accounting principles are required for her profession.

When asked if she’d advise others to enter her profession, she said, “Yes, this is a great job for anyone who likes puzzles or looking for needles in hay stacks. Farmers are great to work with plus the AC is very nice.”

 

 

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Sat
22
Sep
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Young Riders Club starts new year

The Young Riders 4-H Club met on Sept. 9 at the Expo Center to start the new year.

New officers were elected at the meeting. They are Lydia Miller, president; Jake Schickedanz, vice president; Maddie Schickedanz, secretary; and Shepherd Miller, reporter.

Chloe Tanner led an activity with members splitting into groups. They had 10 minutes to create antlers using balloons and party hats. They then showed off their antlers in an antler show.

 

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Sat
22
Sep
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Jennie Junes meet Sept. 12

The Jennie June Club met Sept. 12 at the First Christian Church for a luncheon to begin the new club year. Hostesses were Roberta Christian, Ruth Roberson, Sheila Harris and Janet Blasingame.

Minta Wilson introduced Lenora Barnes, who gave the program, a book review of “All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr, which she uses in her Perryton High School English classes.

The book, which was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 2015, takes place in Germany and France before and during the German occupation of France. It intertwines the stories of Brittany and Werner Pfennig, who, along with his sister Jutta, are orphans in a German mining town. Werner’s passion for radio transmissions eventually come to the attention of the Third Reich through is participation in Hitler’s Youth.

 

Wed
19
Sep
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FIRST PLACE COMMERCIAL FLOAT

On Aug. 25, Perryton Crossfit took first place in the Commercial Float division of the Wheatheart of the Nation Celebration Parade. Perryton was celebrating its 99th birthday.

 

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