STUDENTS COMPETE AT STATE UIL
Fourteen Nazareth High School Students competed in the State UIL Academic Meet April 21-22 at the University of Texas in Austin.
The journalism contests took place throughout the morning and afternoon on Friday. Nazareth students competed in all four journalism writing contests including feature writing, editorial writing, news writing, and headline writing.
Later in the day, students competed in ready writing and current issues and events. On Saturday, the four members of the spelling team competed against several other individuals and teams from across Texas.
Congratulations to all of these students.
Feature Writing Paige Gerber 2nd Place
Editorial Writing April Schmucker 2nd Place
Cambrie Heiman 6th Place
News Writing Allie Schulte 1st Place (tops in Texas)
Laci Backus 2nd Place
Abby Schmucker 4th Place
Headline Writing Allie Schulte 1st Place
Journalism Team Champions (88 points)
Ready Writing Emily Dyer 2nd Place
Spelling Katherine Fulkerson 6th Place
Journalism State Champion Team
ELEVEN SECOND GRADERS MAKE FIRST COMMUNION
Sunday, April 23, the second grade CCD class was celebrated by family and friends as they received the Holy Eucharist.
Solemn Communion Candidates:
Kate Brockman, daughter of Mitchell & Lindsey Brockman
Tripp Ethridge, son of Shane & Tanya Ethridge
Callen Hochstein, daughter of Micky & Meredith Hochstein
Harper Johnson, daughter of Troy & Lori Johnson
Annaly Morales, daughter of Luis Morales & Yadira Carnero
Cameron Pohlmeier, son of Daryl & Marsha Pohlmeier
Lincoln Pohlmeier, son of Daryl & Marsha Pohlmeier
Addison Schulte, daughter of Stacy & Tiffany Schulte
Dayne Schulte, son of Kit & Kira Schulte
Zane Schulte, son of Leroy & Jenny Schulte
Pierce Wilhelm, son of Brent & Lindsay Wilhelm
Huge thanks to Christian Formation Teachers, Peggy Ramaekers & Celina Brockman, who have shared their faith with these children all year.
1st Communion Candidates and sponsors
Steve Albracht, 52, of Hart, Texas, passed away on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 in Lubbock, Texas.
Steve Albracht was born on July 20, 1964 in Tulia, Texas to Sam Albracht and Marjorie (Schacher) Albracht. He was raised in Nazareth and graduated from Nazareth High School in 1982. Steve married Sheryl (McLain) Albracht on September 19, 1987 in Hart, Texas at the First Baptist Church.
Steve farmed most of his life and was a member of the One – Ton Club and received many awards including 11 National Yield Titles. Steve was a spokesman for Pioneer Seed and Stoller through the years and enjoyed sharing his farming knowledge with other farmers. Farming was his life but he also enjoyed driving cars (Corvette), playing cards, playing golf and challenging his children in different sports. Above all he loved spending quality time with his family.
Steve is survived by his wife, Sheryl Albracht of Hart, 1 son, Keenan Albracht of Hart, 2 daughters, Kembra Schulte and husband Dustin of Lubbock and Kelcy Albracht of Lubbock, parents, Sam and Marjorie Albracht of Nazareth, 2 brothers, Chris Albracht and wife Anna of Amarillo and Dale Albracht and wife Tami of Lubbock, 2 sisters, Liz Hernandez and husband Pascual of Sonora and Cindy Huseman and husband Scott of Nazareth, 2 brothers-in-law, James McLain and wife Julie of Springlake and Benny McLain and Aimee of Nazareth, 2 sisters-in-law, Dana Black of Tulia and Jill Smith and husband Jerry of Amarillo, numerous nieces and nephews.
Steve was preceded in death by his grandparents, W.J. and Irene Albracht, F.P. and Lucille Schacher, father and mother-in-law, Cleve and Shirley McLain and a brother-in-law, Cary McLain.
Memorials may be made to the Steve Albracht Love Fund, c/o Vista Bank, 701 Main St., Hale Center, Texas 79041.
Funeral service were held at 10:30 AM on Monday, April 24, 2017 in the First Baptist Church of Hart with Pastor Gene Meacham officiating. The burial followed in Hart Cemetery under the care of Colonial Funeral Home of Dimmitt.
Nazareth Knights of Columbus will be having a STEAK DINNER BENEFIT for DALE BIRKENFELD
Saturday, April 29th
5:30pm – 8:00pm
Nazareth Community Hall
(If you would like to donate to the Silent Auction please call Brian Ramaekers at 647-7372)
Enchilada Dinner at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
Sunday, April 30th
11am to 2pm
$10 per plate
Take–Out and Delivery available.
Call 647-4219 in advance or contact Donna Reinart at 647-2243.
The Senior Citizens have moved their May Meal & Social to May 7th due to Mother’s Day falling on the 14th. It will resume in June, back to 2nd Sunday of the month.