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Fri
17
Nov
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KIWANIS CLUB DONATIONS

KIWANIS CLUB DONATIONS — The Perryton Kiwanis Club presented checks for $200 each to several local nonprofit organizations.

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Fri
17
Nov
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Jennie June Club has program on new museum projects underway

The Jennie June Club met Nov. 8 at the Museum of the Plains. Hostesses were Janelle Cochran, Joyce Sawatzky and Carolyn Thomas.

The program was given by museum director Stacy Brown. She showed a video of around seven projects being worked on and added to the Great Hall. The video included pictures of volunteers and board members and each project being completed.

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Wed
15
Nov
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LITTLE CAESARS RIBBON CUTTING

The Perryton-Ochiltree Chamber of Commerce and the Perryton Pardners held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Little Caesar’s pizza place, located at 24 SW 28th Street. The owners of Little Caesars, front row, center, are Sunny Khandhar, Jignesh Domadia, and JP Parekh.

 

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Wed
15
Nov
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JIREH OUTREACH DONATIONS

The blitz sponsored by FirstBank Southwest and Covenant Title Company for Jireh Outreach food bank brought in over $2,000 worth of food and monetary donations for the organization. The doors to Jireh Outreach are open every Thursday evening at 5:30 p.m.

Pictured are, from left, Sherrel Lehnhoff, Debora Cowan, Brady Yeary, Tim Ramsey and Margie Ramsey.

 

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Sat
11
Nov
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Dr. Jay Blasingame trains with the best

Perryton native Jay Blasingame is receiving a world class education. Thankfully for our community, he is anxious to bring that training home. Blasingame is polishing his skills in general surgery training at Methodist Dallas Medical Center.

After graduating from Perryton High School, where he shined both on the football field and in the classroom, Blasingame attended Texas Christian University. He received his bachelor’s degree in biology with double minors in chemistry and business. His academic success and personal skills placed him in the Texas Tech School of Medicine from which he graduated in 2015.

Sat
11
Nov
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OGH Auxiliary updated on hospital renovation

The Ochiltree General Hospital Auxiliary met Nov. 6 in the OGH conference room.

President Betty Caddel opened the meeting, and the prayer was given by Evelyn Barnett.

Ruby Piersall gave a report on the gift shop. She said October was a very good month. Auxiliary member Jean Pshigoda made popcorn balls, Rice Krispie bars and Oreo cookie pops individually wrapped for sale in the shop, which were very successful.

OGH administrator Bob Pascasio updated members on the hospital construction, which is near completion.

 

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Sat
04
Nov
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Lea Thomas named Employee of Month

Lea Thomas was chosen as Ochiltree General Hospital Employee of the Month for October. Board president Steph Tarvin presented her with a certificate and pin at a party in her honor.

She attended Perryton High School and Monterey High School in Lubbock.

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Sat
28
Oct
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Seybert, Reiter wed Oct. 7 in Oklahoma City

Jacy Rhae Seybert and Landon Kent Reiter, both of Oklahoma City, exchanged wedding vows on Oct. 7, 2017, at 5:30 p.m. at Renaissance-Waterford Hotel in Oklahoma City. Officiating minister was Kris Jones.

The bride is the daughter of Jim and Nancy Seybert of Perryton. The groom is the son of Ken Reiter and Debora Bost, both of Plano.

The intimate outdoor wedding ceremony was held in the garden of the hotel. The colors chosen for the wedding were black, white, raspberry and shades of pink, with gold accents.

 

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Sat
28
Oct
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Wolf Creek DAR has program on museum

The Wolf Creek Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution met Oct. 24 at the Museum of the Plains.

The program, “What’s New at the Museum” was given by director Stacy Brown and museum board member Sherrie Rima. They showed pictures and gave information about the museum’s history and recent additions.

Regent Minta Wilson opened the meeting with the ritual, assisted by Barbara Johnson, Roberta Christian, Sandra Sears and Cecelia Cates. They led members in the Pledge of Allegiance, the Star Spangled Banner, the American’s Creed, the Preamble to the Constitution and the Pledge to the Texas flag.

 

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Sat
21
Oct
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HIGH POINT AWARDS

At the 4-H Banquet on Monday, Oct. 16, High Point Awards were presented to a boy and girl in three different categories. They were from left, High Point Senior Girl Lydia Miller, High Point Senior Boy Isaiah Tanner, High Point Intermediate Girl Chloe Tanner, High Point Intermediate Boy Austin Merrick, High Point Junior Boy Kile Merrick and High Point Junior Girl Karson Pribble.

 

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