December 13, 2017~Year 10, No. 18

Youth Spread Holiday Cheer

                Last month, the Holy Family Youth Group decorated the flower park for Christmas. This month, the decorations have helped make Nazareth just a little bit brighter. Thanks to the teens who helped with the project.


Local Student Dances into a Panhandle Tradition

                Sixth grader Ainsely Schultz has been dancing ballet since first grade at the Star Ballet in Hereford, Texas. Over the last six years, she has danced a total of thirteen performances.

This year, Schultz danced in the Lone Star Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker. She completed a total of eight performances and countless hours of practice. She danced as a soldier and a balloon girl during the weekend performances.

“My favorite show that I’ve done was The Nutcracker because it was an amazing experience,” Schultz said. “I loved meeting new people and being taught by new people. It was fun to dance on the stage with a full orchestra.”


Community Announcements

Retirement Party

The retirement party for Father Ken is scheduled for Saturday, December 30 after mass. Everyone is invited to attend.

Band Christmas Concert

The Nazareth band’s Christmas concert will be Thursday, December 14, at 6:00 p.m. in the New Gym. All the community is encouraged to attend.

Annual Penance Service

The annual Penance Service is scheduled for Thursday, December 14, at 7:00 p.m.

Catholic Daughters Bake Sale

The Catholic Daughters bake sale will be December 16-17 after church. The funds they raise will be for charity.

Christmas Choir Practice

The choir for the 4:00 Christmas Eve mass will practice on Sunday, December 17, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. All students from sixth to twelfth grade are encouraged to sing. Pizza will be provided!


Basketball Season Continues

                This week was busy for the junior high and high school Swifts and Swiftettes.

The junior high teams played against Lazbuddie. Both teams defeated the Longhorns. The girls’ score was 31-17, and the boys’ was 36-16.

The high school teams traveled to Dimmitt to play in the Dimmitt tournament held on December 7-9. The boys won against Bovina, 60-40, and placed third in the tournament. The girls lost 28-30 against Bushland and placed second in the tournament. Congratulations to everyone!


April Schmucker


Jake Gerber

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December 6, 2017~Year 10, No. 17

Nazareth FFA Competes in State LDE Contests

                Six students from Nazareth ISD competed in two events at the State Leadership contest in College Station. Seniors Garrison Kleman, Faithe Huseman, Riley Durbin, juniors Kristi McAlister, Emily Heitschmidt, and Bryson High competed in Senior Quiz and Senior Creed Speaking.

The Senior Quiz team placed fourteenth out of 620 teams in 1A trough 6A. Kleman placed first out of 725 Senior Creed speakers from 1A to 6A schools.


Garrison Kleman, Kristi McAlister, Emily Heitschmidt, Faithe Huseman, Riley Durbin, and Bryson High


Garrison Kleman, and teacher Mr. Heck


Basketball Season Continues

                The Swifts and Swiftettes played well during the Nazareth Tournament. The Swiftettes played Slaton for the championship title, and won 46-42. The Swifts played Shallowater in the championship match, but lost the hard fought battle 51-52.

Monday, December 4, the junior high boys’ and girls’ teams traveled to Kress. The junior high Swifts won 24-19, and the junior high Swiftettes won 28-9.

Tuesday, December 5, the junior varsity and varsity teams played against Slaton. The junior varsity girls won 33-17, and the junior varsity boys lost 26-35. The varsity girls defeated Slaton 48-33. The varsity boys won 46-35.


Traytan McLain


Blakely Gerber


Community Announcements

Christmas Open House

The Peoples’ Bank in Nazareth will have a Christmas Open House on Wednesday, December 6, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Santa at the Inn

Santa will be visiting the Yellow Rose Inn on Sunday, December 10, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00p.m. Children of all ages are welcome. There will be cookies and beverages for everyone to enjoy!

Retirement Party

The retirement party for Father Ken is scheduled for Saturday, December 30 after mass. Everyone is invited to attend.

Band Christmas Concert

The Nazareth band’s Christmas concert will be Thursday, December 14, at 6:00 p.m. in the New Gym. All the community is encouraged to attend.

Annual Penance Service

The annual Penance Service is scheduled for Thursday, December 14, at 7:00 p.m.

Catholic Daughters Bake Sale

The Catholic Daughters bake sale will be December 16-17 after church. The funds they raise will be for charity.

Boxes for the Elderly

The gift boxes for the elderly are due this weekend at church. Please turn them in on time so they can be delivered!


Two Earn a Place in the Spotlight

                Eight junior high students and one high school student tried out for the All Region band last week.

On Tuesday, November 30, sixth graders Samantha Fulkerson, Chloe Birkenfeld, Tanner Wethington, Harley Gerber, Mattie Coberly, seventh graders Iris Schilderink, Mary Nelson, and Caroline Myrick traveled to Pampa to compete against other students from 1A to 6A schools. Sixth grader Chloe Birkenfeld earned the sixth chair in the concert band on French horn.

On Monday, December 4, senior Katherine Fulkerson competed at Panhandle against sixty other flutists for a spot in the bands. Fulkerson earned eleventh chair in the concert band.

The two band members will perform with the bands at WT A&M campus in Mary Moody Northern Hall on January 20.

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November 29, 2017~Year 10, No. 16

Community’s Bright Light Remembered in Season’s Lights

“Bright with hope and joy” was the way so many of us encountered the wonderful new neighbor that joined Nazareth community and school in the last couple of years.  Jo Pierson, struggling with her health, never struggled with sharing her light and love with others, especially her family and all the new friends in Nazareth.

Jo, 43, passed away on November 21, 2017 at home with her family in Nazareth, Texas.  She was born June 25, 1974 at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma to Terry and Sherri Moore.  She married Wayne Pierson on July 8, 1995 and they have lived life together in Oklahoma Lane, Muleshoe, Hereford and Nazareth.  She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Hereford.

Jo is preceded in death by her mother, Sherri Moore, and is survived by her husband, Wayne Pierson of Nazareth, son, Tobin Pierson of Nazareth, daughter, Megan Pierson of Canyon, father, Terry Moore and Vicki Moore of Amarillo, brother, Shawn Moore of Spearman and in-laws, Steve and Bobbie Pierson of Oklahoma Lane.

Celebration of Life service will be held on Friday, December 1, 2017 at 3:00 PM at the Holy Family Catholic Church in Nazareth, Texas with Deacon Bob Birkenfeld and Pastor Kevin Bushart officiating.  The family will receive guests afterwards at the Nazareth Community Hall.

Memorials can be sent to The Opportunity Plan Inc., P.O. Box 1035, Canyon, Texas 79015 or the charity of your choice.



Community Announcements

Santa at the Inn

Santa will be visiting the Yellow Rose Inn on Sunday, November 10, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00p.m. Children of all ages are welcome. There will be cookies and beverages for everyone to enjoy!

Painting at the Home Merc

There will be a painting class for elementary students on Friday, November 30, from 3:45 to 5:15 p.m. taught by Carolyn Bloodworth. All students from kindergarten to fifth grade are welcome, and a small snack will be provided. It is $20 per person.

Basketball Season Continues with Nazareth Tournament

On Monday, November 27, the junior high girls’ and boys’ teams played against Silverton. Both the Swifts and Swiftettes defeated their opponents.

Tuesday, November 28, the junior varsity and varsity boys’ and girls’ teams played the Tulia Hornets. The junior varsity girls won, and the final score was forty-eight to nine. The junior varsity boys’ were also victorious, with a score of thirty-three to twenty-seven. The varsity Swiftettes defeated the Hornets; the final score was seventy-seven to thirty. The varsity Swifts had a close first game and defeated Tulia. The final score was fifty-eight to fifty-four. Congratulations on a great start to the season!

The 2017-18 Nazareth Basketball Tournament will start on Thursday, November 30. There will be twelve girls’ teams and thirteen boys’ teams participating in the tournament. The first teams will play at 10:00 a.m.

On Thursday, the Swifts play Hale Center at 7:20 p.m., and the Swiftettes play Lockney at 6:00 p.m. Come out and support these teams throughout the tournament!

Football Honors

The end of the district football games brings the announcement of the All District Honors Teams. Congratulations to all these players for their achievements!

1st Team

#1 Garrison Kleman – Sr: Wide Receiver, Defensive Linemen

#2 Traytan McLain – Sr: Offensive MVP, Cornerback, Punter

#4 Aidan Moore – Fr: Newcomer of the Year, Tight End,

#14 Jacob Moroney – Jr: Spread Center, Defensive Linemen

#22 Nathaneal Van Dijk – Soph: Full Back, Cornerback

#15 Jake Gerber – Jr: Utility Back, Safety

#75 Garrett Annen – Sr: Noseguard

2nd Team

#13 Luke Betzen – Fr: Quarterback, Utility Player

#35 Bryson High – Jr: Defensive Linemen

#4 Aidan Moore – Fr: Safety

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November 22, 2017~Year 10, No. 15

Nazareth Swifts Finish Playoff Run

The Nazareth Swifts ended the 2017 season with a game against McLean on Friday, November 17. The Swifts fought hard but were unable to defeat McLean and the game concluded with a score of 89-49. The team completed the season with a 7-3 record. Congratulations to the Swifts on a fantastic season!


Traytan McLain and Nathaniel VanDijk


Jacob Moroney and Luke Betzen

Basketball Season Begins

On Saturday, November 18, the Nazareth Swiftettes traveled to Abernathy to play the Abernathy Antelopes. The Swiftettes were victorious, ending the game with a score of 51-27.

Monday, November 20, the girls’ varsity and junior varsity teams competed against Happy. Both teams added a victory to their record. The score of the junior varsity game was 28-26, and the varsity finished with a score of 57-29.

The junior high boys’ and girls’ team also played on Monday against Lubbock Home School. The junior high boys were defeated, and the final score was 16-38. The junior high girls started the season with a 23-14 victory.


JV vs Happy


Varsity vs Abernathy


JH boys vs Lubbock Home School


JH girls vs Lubbock Home School


Varsity vs Happy

Nazareth Junior High and Elementary Dominate UIL

The elementary and junior high students traveled to Silverton on Thursday, November 16, to compete at the district UIL competitions. The students competed in over fifteen events to bring home another victory for Nazareth ISD.

The junior high students accumulated a total of 704 points and earned first place as a whole. The elementary students received 1030.3 points and also won first place for the school.

Nazareth FFA Competes at Area

The Nazareth FFA competed in 9 different events at the Area 1 LDE contest on Saturday, November 18. Two of the teams will advance to the state competition. Congratulations to all who competed and good luck to those who advance!

Senior Creed – Garrison Kleman first place and state bound

Senior Quiz team – team 2 was 2nd and state bound

Team members – Emily Heitschmidt -2nd overall

Faithe Huseman

Garrison Kleman – 3rd overall

Riley Durbin

Team 1 placed 6th overall

Kristi McALister

Bryson High

Madelyn Smith

Chandler Schulte

Greenhand creed – 7th

Kari Schulte

Greenhand Quiz team placed 4th

Grace Huseman – 3rd overall

Tye Schulte – 8th overall

Emma Kleman

Maggie Nelson

Kylee Moroney

Greenhand Skills – 8th

Maggie Nelson

Kylee Moroney

Emma Kleman

Merry Gerber

Radio – 7th

Amy Schilderink

Caitlin Kleman

Ryan Hietchmidt

Grady McAlister

Senior skills – 6th

Hydie Dyer

Hattie Robb

Jacob Moroney

Brady Robb

Ag Advocacy – 11th

Hydie Dyer

Hattie Robb

Brady Robb

Jacob Moroney

Public Relations – 9th

Chandler Schulte

Bryson High

Riley Durbin

Molly Johnson

Emily Heitschmidt

Nazareth ISD Canned Food Drive

Last week, Nazareth ISD held a canned food drive for the local food pantry. The school raised a total of 1,808 cans. The third grade class raised the most, and Tye Schulte and Bradyn Bullard brought the most in junior high and high school. They were allowed to throw a pie at a teacher of their choice.


Teacher Cindy Huseman


Bradyn Bullard and Coach Moore

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November 15, 2017~Year 10, No. 14

Our Deceased Loved Ones

Burials in Holy Family Cemetery this year…May they rest in peace

Ronald Braddock –November 18, 2016

(husband of Joan  Braddock)

Fred Ball –December 6, 2016

(Brother of Mary Kleman)

Bernard Brockman –December 28, 2016

Ricky Dobmeier –May 19, 2017

(Brother of Allen Dobmeier & Janice Johnson)

Gene Schmucker –May 24, 2017

(Brother of Dan & Ray Schmucker, Mary Ann Schulte, & Janet Schmucker)

Adam Wethington –May 29, 2017

(Brother of Rita Kern & Angela Acker)

Rosemary Ramaekers –June 9, 2017

(Mother of Henry Ramaekers, Sister of Mitzie Brockman)

Martha Huseman –July 24, 2017

(Mother of Imogene Drerup)


Other Loved Ones who died this year…May angels take them to paradise

Naomi (Brockman) McGrath –Nov 15, 2016

(Sister of Ralph, Dale & Art Brockman)

Sharolyn (Ball) Northcutt –Nov 16, 2016

(Sister of Twila Williams, Daryl Ball & Kyle Ball)

Ernest Duesterhaus –November 21, 2016

(Brother of Rose Ball)

Grant Kleman –December 10, 2016

(Grandson of Dorothy Kleman)

Johnny Dunn –December 20, 2016

(Father of Austin Dunn)

Ted Robb –March 10, 2017

(Father of Larry Robb)

Sister Mary Hawkins –March 15, 2017

Roberta Kleman –April 13, 2017

(Sister in law of Carl Kleman & Leola Ramaekers)

Steve Albracht –April 19, 2017

(Son of Samy & Margie Albracht & Brother of Cindy Huseman)

Mark Handing –May 15, 2017

(Son in law of Alphonse & Patsy Huseman)

Baby T Waggoner –June 15, 2017

(Son of Holly & Waggoner, Grandson of Doyle & Rosie Kleman)

Jim Leinen –September 23, 2017

(Brother of Betty Mae Acker)

Tatum Schulte –October 30, 2017

(Daughter of Travis & Shawna, Grandchild of Greg & Karen)

Jimmy Elliott –October 30, 2017

(Grandfather of Tausha Schacher)



Community Announcements

Thanksgiving Community Meal

The Christian Mother’s Thanksgiving Dinner will be Sunday, November 19, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. The meal includes turkey, dressing, and fixings. Plates are $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children 10 and younger. The Holiday Arts and Crafts Bazaar will be from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm.

Basketball Season Passes

Fans may purchas a season pass for the 2017-18 basketball season through Monday, November 13, 2017. the pass will cover entry to junior high and high school home games, excluding the Nazareth Tournament. The pass is $48. Please see Mona Brockman or K’Lynn Gerber.

Canned Food Drive

Nazareth ISD is having a canned food drive until Friday, November 17. Every elementary student who brings ten cans of food can take a picture with their favorite Swift or Swiftette. The student in Junior High and High School who brings the most cans has the opportunity to throw a pie in the face of a teacher of their choice.

Friday Night Lights

On Thursday, November 9, the Nazareth Swifts faced the Anton Bulldogs to earn the district championship and a spot in the playoffs. The Swifts won with a narrow lead, and the final score was 47-46. Nazareth will face McLean for the first playoff game of the season at Valley on Friday, November 17, at 6:30 pm. Come on out and support the Swifts as they fight to advance to the next round!


Nazareth Yearbook Receives Top Honor

The 2016-2017 Nazareth High School Yearbook received the overall Distinguished Merit rank at the annual yearbook analysis. The yearbook is judged in several categories, such as photography, captions, writing, headlines and design, and given a rating in each section. The ranks from worst to best are Merit, Honor, Achievement and Distinguished Merit.

Last year’s yearbook received Distinguished Merit in several individual categories, including photography, writing, headlines, people coverage, sports coverage, academic coverage and organization coverage.

“I am very proud of my students and their hard work and determination,” yearbook advisor Cindy Huseman said. “I am excited to see what this year brings and hope that we can continue to improve.”

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November 8, 2017~Year 10, No. 13

Nazareth FFA Dominates District LDEs

On Wednesday, November 1, the Nazareth FFA traveled to Abernathy to compete in the district LDE competitions. The thirty-four students and ten teams competed very well in seventeen events and helped Nazareth win the meet as a whole. The advancing students will travel to WT for the area meet on Saturday, November 18. Congratulations to all participants!


Senior Creed Speaking

Garrison Kleman – 1st and area qualifier

McKenna Sanders – 8th

Greenhand Creed Speaking

Kari Schulte – 1st and area qualifier

Ryan Hietschmidt – 3rd

Greenhand Quiz

1st and area qualifier – Grace Huseman, Maggie Nelson, Tye Schulte, Kylee Moroney

9th – Emma Kleman, Merry Gerber, Kyann Dunn, Aidan Moore

Senior Quiz

1st and area qualifier – Garrison Kleman, Bryson High, Riley Durbin, Faithe Huseman

2nd and area qualifier – Chandler Schulte, Madelyn Paige Smith, Kristi McAlister, Emily Heitschmidt

Radio Broadcasting 

2nd and area qualifier – Amy Schilderink, Caitlin D’nae Kleman, Ryan Hietschimidt, Grady McAlister

3rd – Molly Johnson, Dylan Howell, Shelby Annen, Bree Cornett

Senior Skills 

1st and area qualifier – Hydie Dyer, Hattie Robb, Brady Robb, Jacob Moroney

Greenhand Skills 

2nd and area qualifier – Emma Kleman, Kylee Moroney, Merry Gerber, Maggie Nelson

Public Relations 

2nd and area qualifier – Chandler Schulte, Molly Johnson, Emily Heitschmidt, Bryson High, Riley Durbin

4th – Dylan Howell, Kari Schulte, Tye Schulte, Jayden High

Ag Advocacy 

2nd and area qualifier – Hydie Dyer, Jacob Moroney, Brady Robb, Hattie Logan Robb

Job Interview 

4th – Amy Schilderink

8th – Bree Cornett


Community Announcements

Battle of the Bands

The Nazareth High School Band is entered into the battle of the bands contest. This week, they are competing against the Olton Band. You can vote once every minute at Voting ends on Thursday, November 7, at 3:00 p.m.

Holiday Arts and Crafts Show

On Sunday, November 19, the arts and crafts show will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Booths are 8’ X 10’ and cost $20 per booth. The last day to make reservations for a booth will be Saturday, November 11. For more information, contact Elaine Kern at (806) 945-2258 or Angela Fulkerson at (806) 344-8304.


Nazareth Cross Country

On Saturday, November 4, the Nazareth Varsity girls’ and boys’ cross country teams ran at the State Cross Country meet in Round Rock, Texas. The girls’ team consisted of senior Caitlin Kleman, junior Blakely Gerber, sophomore April Schmucker, sophomore Amy Schilderink, freshman Kyanne Dunn, freshman Maggie Nelson and freshman Emma Kleman. The boys’ team consisted of senior Tristan McLain, senior Tate Schulte, senior Slade Gerber, senior Mike Schilderink, junior Brady Robb, junior Tristan Nelson, sophomore Brayden Dyer and freshman Ryan Heitschmidt. The boys’ team placed sixth, and the girls’ team brought home a gold medal.


Girls’ team                                                                       Boys’ team

Caitlin Kleman– 6th place; 12:22.54                           Brady Robb– 4th place; 16:46.74

April Schmucker– 13th place; 12:39.19                      Tristan McLain– 39th place; 18:49.33

Kyanne Dunn– 9th place; 12:43.75                              Ryan Heitschmidt– 46th place; 18:54.96

Maggie Nelson– 10th place; 12:47.43                          Slade Gerber– 53rd place; 19:14.04

Emma Kleman– 15th place; 12:56.15                          Brayden Dyer– 54th place; 19:15.72

Blakely Gerber– 29th place; 13:39.65                          Tristan Nelson– 93rd place;20:43.14

Amy Schilderink– 39th place; 13:58.07                       Tate Schulte– 99th place; 21:23.26


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November 1, 2017~Year 10, No. 12

Halloween Carnival

                The band’s Halloween Carnival held on Friday, October 27, provided a fun way to celebrate Halloween.

Families were able to enjoy a Mexican Stackup dinner and participate in the games as well as the scavenger hunt after. The band organized several games for the children, including plinko, a jailhouse, and a fishing station. Participants wrote the names of others to be thrown in “jail”, and the captives had to have whipped cream thrown at them to get out.

“I think the kids enjoyed the carnival,” senior Slade Gerber said. “I think the carnival was a huge success.”

On behalf of the band, I would like to thank everyone for their support.


Nazareth Students Attend National FFA Convention

                The Nazareth FFA area officers traveled to Indianapolis, Indiana for the National Convention held on October 21-28. The Nazareth students were some of the thousands of teens to attend the convention. The group made several stops along the way to prepare for the convention, including Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, and Casey, Illinois. Many of the extra visits were to prepare the teams to compete. The convention included several speeches and presentations, including one by boxer Laila Ali. The students also attended leadership workshops on technology, vehicles, and veterinary aspects to help them succeed in future careers.

Reunion Dinner for Benedictine Sisters

                Last Saturday, October 28, the community had a benefit steak dinner for the Benedictine Sisters who are leaving back to Fort Smith, Arkansas. The sisters will use the funds raised to build a new monastery. The fundraiser included a steak dinner, a silent auction and a video message from Sister Adrian. Many Benedictine Sisters have been stationed here as school teachers over the course of seventy-five years, from 1915-1990.

Heaven Has a New Angel

                On October 30th, 2017, Tatum Lee Schulte WON her battle with osteosarcoma.  She gained her angel wings and now rests in the arms of Jesus.

Services will be 11:00 A.M. Friday, November 3 at Hillside Christian Church West Campus in Amarillo with Rev. Rick Enns, pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Canyon and Rev. Mark Metzger, pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Perryton, officiating. The family will receive friends on Thursday from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. at the First United Methodist Church in Canyon. Arrangements are by Brooks Funeral Directors.

She was born in Amarillo TX, on November 19th, 2007 to Travis and Shawna Schulte and her big sister Shaylin.  She lived in Perryton for the first 7 years of her life.  She attended Victory Christian Academy and 1st grade at Wright Elementary in Perryton.  She and her family moved to Canyon in 2015 where she attended Crestview Elementary; she was a 4th grader this year. She loved her schools and all her very special teachers especially those that taught her during her homebound.  Tatum fought osteosarcoma for almost 2 years and lost her lower left leg through the battle.  Tatum changed the world as she quickly became an icon with her strong spirit and #tatumtough attitude.  She loved the Lord dearly and was continually covered with His armor.  Her contagious smile that lit up a room and her unparalleled determination were God given gifts.  She loved playing with her American Girl Dolls and with her friends.  Her favorite sport was basketball, and she continued to play once she received her prosthetic leg. She also loved watching her daddy coach and his teams, she was their biggest cheerleader.  Tatum was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Canyon, and she attended the Awana’s children ministry at the First Baptist Church in Canyon.  She was inspired by all of her wonderful doctors and nurses in Houston and in Amarillo.  She had set her sights on being a nurse at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston when she grew up.

She is preceded in death by her uncle Chase Schulte, grandfather Leon Schulte, very special great grandparents that she loved dearly, and by her very special principal, Shelly Willeford.

Those left to cherish her memory are her parents, Travis and Shawna Schulte and her very special sissy, Shaylin of Canyon; grandparents, Greg and Karen Schulte of Nazareth, Bryan and Sherri Prater of Amarillo, and Tommy and Sherri Kenworthy of Perryton, great grandfather, Donald Wright of Dimmitt, great grandmother, Janice Burke of Pratt, KS;  aunts and uncles, Josh and Sharla Strickland of Canyon, Shayla Kenworthy and Josh King of Perryton, Kit and Kira Schulte of Nazareth; and her loving cousins Dayne and Cooper Schulte, Breklyn and Hunsley Strickland. She leaves behind many friends from Perryton, Canyon, and especially Crestview Elementary; including her special girlfriends Tai, Riley, and Dacie.

Memorials may be made to the Tatum Tough Foundation at any First United Bank location.

There’s still time to send flowers to the Visitation at the First United Methodist Church of Canyon from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM on November 2, 2017.                     -Brooks Funeral Directors in Canyon


Community Announcements

Voting Begins

Early voting will last until November 3. Voting on next Tuesday, November 7, will be from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and will include seven propositions. You must have one of the seven approved forms of ID.

Legion Auxilary

The Legion Auxiliary will be selling raffle tickets for a quilt after Saturday and Sunday mass. Proceeds go to the VA Christmas fund. Tickets are $1.00.

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