Archive - Dec 22, 2010

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Woodmen donate to local senior citizen complex

December 22, 2010

The Woodmen of the World Lodge #136 of Abilene recently donated many items to the Sunrise Villa senior citizen complex in Sweetwater as part of the Assist Our Community (AOC) project.
Kathryn and John Pendergrass of Sweetwater are members of the Abilene lodge and were the coordinators of this donation.

Manroe speaks at Kiwanis meeting

December 22, 2010

The Sweetwater Kiwanis Club weekly meeting last week had guest Helen Manroe, representative of Tenaska, as their program. She went into more details of what Tenaska is all about and the next steps for the project. These steps are to include finding a water resource for the plant, detailed engineering plans and to get the federal government to create a policy on what the value would be to catch carbon dioxide for a plant of this size. The Kiwanis Board also decided to donate $300 to a needy family for clothing and coats to brighten their Christmas holiday.

Craddick files legislation to clarify raffle act for charities

December 22, 2010

On Tuesday, Rep. Tom Craddick (Midland) filed House Bill 457 to amend the Charitable Raffle act to clarify that qualified organizations who host charitable raffles may promote the raffle in their E-mail newsletters and Internet websites.

Vance Robert Inman

December 22, 2010

Vance Robert Inman passed away Dec. Friday, 17, 2010, in Lubbock, Texas.
Services will be held Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010, at First Baptist Church in Amarillo, Texas.
He was survived by his father, Timothy Inman; his mother, Rachel Inman; his sister, Katherine Inman; his brother, Thomas Inman of Amarillo, Texas; grandparents, Paul Chambers and Lynn Chambers of Atlanta, Ga., Charles Inman of Amarillo and Louise Inman of Abilene.

Stangs lose; Lady Hornets win

December 22, 2010

The Highland girls won, but the Sweetwater and Blackwell boys were unable to produce a victory in their final games prior to the Christmas holiday break.
The Sweetwater boys (5-8) lost at Andrews, 75-36, on Monday, continuing a slump that has seen the team drop seven of eight games after starting out 4-1.
Andrews jumped out to a 20-11 lead after one quarter, then really took charge as the hosts increased their lead to 46-15 at half-time and 60-24 after three periods.

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