April 2, 2023
  • 2:33 pm Area youth basketball players prepared for Muleshoe Youth Basketball League All Star Tournament
  • 2:28 pm Buddy Holly Hall to host Buffalo Grass Fest in April
  • 2:27 pm Multiple Mules, Lady Mules finish first at the Littlefield Relays
  • 2:25 pm Bailey County Senior Center: Where all who enter as guests leave as friends
  • 2:24 pm Plains Cotton Growers to host annual meeting March 28

Since I first came to the Bailey County Senior Citizens Center, my key goal has been to keep our center opening and functioning for our senior citizens. We couldn’t do it; however, without the community support we get at our events. 

Last Thursday’s Thanksgiving Dinner was one such event. For many years the Jennyslippers sponsored this annually until disbanding in 2020. They asked if we would like to take it over and continue it. We were thrilled to do so. As a non-profit organization, fundraisers such as these events help keep our center open and active. 

We would like to thank everyone who participated in any way to make this year’s event happen. We fed over 700 people by providing dine-in, take-out, and delivery. It was a great turn-out! 

By Carolyn Turner, For The Journal


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