Busy Week for the FFA
On April 27, the dairy cattle judging team competed at the state meet on the Texas A&M campus. The team includes Mike Schilderink, Ozzy Mansanales, Amy Schilderink, and Brady Robb. Amy placed sixth as an individual, and the team placed sixth overall.
The veterinary science team competed April 29, and included Alee Christian, Maddie Smith, Kristi McAlister, and Hydie Dyer. The team placed 44 out of 70 teams.
The livestock judging team consisted of Molly Johnson, Emily Heitschmidt, Chandler Schulte, Faithe Huseman, Bryson High, and Riley Durbin. They competed April 29, and placed 42.
Congratulations to these teams!
Dairy cattle judging team
Five Advance to State Track
High school students competed in regional track in Levelland on April 28-29. Abby Schmucker, Blakely Gerber, April Schmucker and Shania Schacher placed first in the mile relay, and Ellen Schilderink placed second in discus. The above students will compete in the state meet held May 11-12.
Bree Cornett– 10th in the 3200 m
Brady Robb- 7th in 3200 m, 9th in 4×100
Caitlin Kleman– 6th in 800 m, 7th in 1600 m, 10th in 4×100
Shania Schacher– 5th in 400 m
Eric Hill– 4th in 400 m, 12th in 200 m
Congratulations to all track competitors.
Mile relay team
Junior High Students Compete in District Tennis
Twenty-two junior high students traveled to Hart to play in the district tennis meet held on April 25. Nazareth sent six doubles teams and sixteen individuals to the competition.
Boys’ Doubles Girls’ Singles
Trent Gerber, Aiden Moore-1st Makenzy Corrales-1st
Jayden High, Tye Schulte-2nd Bliss Betzen-2nd
Girls’ Doubles Kyanne Dunn-3rd
Merry Gerber, Emma Kleman-1st
Maggie Nelson, Kari Schulte-2nd
Eighth grader Jayden High
Baseball Playoffs Begin
The Nazareth Swifts played against Wellington on Monday, May 1. The Swifts dominated with a score of 9-1. Their first playoff game will be Thursday, May 4, at 6:00 p.m. at Stinnett against Booker.
Students Compete at Regional Golf
Seven high school students competed at the regional golf tournament held in Lubbock on April 24-25. The students competed both days starting at 9:00 in the morning.
The Nazareth competitors included junior Kinzi Cleavinger, sophomore Emily Dyer, senior Tucker Huseman, junior Traytan McLain, junior Tristan McLain, sophomore Tristan Nelson, and freshman Brayden Dyer.
Traytan McLain advances to State with a combined score of 104. The state meet will be held on May 22-23 on the Lions Municipal Golf Course in Austin, Texas.
Congratulations to these students for a great season.
Community Supports Dale Birkenfeld
Saturday, April 29, the Knights of Columbus held a fundraiser for Dale Birkenfeld. The fundraiser included a steak dinner and silent auction that had around thirty items.
Dale Birkenfeld received a liver transplant this April.
The family says that Dale is recovering well and asks for continued prayers.
“Pot Luck” Lunches
The Greater Nazareth Community is welcome to attend a “Pot Luck” lunch starting 10 May, and continuing every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. This will be at the Nazareth Senior Citizen’s Center. Lunch will start at noon, followed by Bingo.
Please bring a “Pot Luck” of your choice, or make a $7.00 donation to help defray the expenses for the upkeep of the Nazareth Senior Citizen’s building.
Bob & Katherine Fisher will be the 1st volunteers to organize and set up the lunch on 10 May. For the next and following lunches, volunteers will be welcomed.
Geraniums & Petunias
Friday, May 12
Pre-order: $22 At Hall: $25
1:30 p.m. under awning at community hall
Contact any junior high cheerleader
Schedule Change for WT President
May 10 at 1:00 p.m., President Wendler from WTAMU will be speaking at the new gym to discuss what WT has to offer.
All community members are invited to attend.
VBS Meeting for Teens
There will be a safe environment meeting for teen volunteers May 10 after school in the CCD building.
The eighth grade parent meeting has been postponed because of the Swift baseball game on Thursday. The new date will be announced soon.
Sunday May 7 at 7:00 in the Home Merc
Anyone interested in performing, contact Carolyn Evers at 806-344-6771.