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There is more to life than football and the War on 84 t-shirt sales this year between both the Littlefield and Muleshoe communities raised $5,300 to be split between two families, who have been hit very hard with Health issues. “We are very grateful for all who participated,” Littlefield Booster Club President Brad Heffington said.

The checks were presented to the families by Muleshoe Athletic Booster Club President Todd Shipman and Littlefield Athletic Booster Club President Brad Heffington, during halftime of the annual War on 84 football game that took place between Muleshoe and Littlefield on Friday night at Wildcat Stadium.

The recipients of the checks this year were the Fernando and Roslinda Toscano family and the Andy Alfaro family. (Shown L-R): Todd Shipman; Muleshoe Athletic Booster Club Vice President Shirley Aguirre accepting the check on the behalf of the Andy Alfaro family; and Vero Toscano Flores and Raymond Flores accepting the check on behalf of the Toscano family.

Nathan Giese


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