The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 114, No. 15, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 15, 2009 Page: 3 of 32
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Wednesday, April 15, 2009
The Clifton Record
West Shore VFW Elects Officers, Holds Fundraiser
AIR EVAC TEAM — Members of the Air Evac team visited with kids
and adults during the West Shore VFD fundraiser In Laguna Park on
April 4. - Photo By Sue Kruse
LAGUNA PARK — West Shore
Volunteer Fire Department re
cently elected new officers and
held a fundraiser on April 4 at the
ballpark in Laguna Park.
Newly elected officers include:
Chief Arron Jones, Asst. Chief
Russ Ritzer, President Dennis
Kruse, Captain Larry Dennman,
Lieutenant Jason Chupik, Engi
neer Steve Spooner, Asst. Engi
neer Chris Thomas, Treasurer
Sue Wigglesworth, and Secretary
Anyone interested in becoming
a volunteer with the West Shore
department is invited to attend
the monthly meetings held the
first Tuesday of each month at the
On Saturday, April 4, the
group’s fundraiser featured a
bounce house for children, and a
visit from the Air Evac Lifeteam
helicopter pilot, nurse, and EMT.
The public was able to see first
hand the equipment on board and
received information regarding
the use of many of the medical
devees used to treat patiendts re-
quiring the medivac service.
Firefighters and their wives
prepared and served hotdogs,
sausage, and cold drinks and were
on hand to answer questions
about the department.
The department had two trucks
form, as the helicopter landed and
this same truck, as well as the first
reponders, left on an emergency
call during the activities. They re-
turned a short time later.
The newest fire truck was
clearly seen from Hwy. 22, as driv-
ers passed by and many stopped
to eat and visit.
The trucks are made possible
by community support with
fundraisers and contributions
made throughout the year. Con-
tributions are used to fight fires,
aid in traffic accidents, and re-
spond to medical emergencies
throughout the community.
West Shore Fire Department is
in need of firefighters, first re-
sponders, and support personnel.
Anyone wishing to be a part of the
department should attend a meet-
Donations may be sent to West
Shore VFD, RO. Box 5417, Laguna
Park, TX 76644.
MEDICAL LEARNING AT
YOUNG AGE — One youngster
who visited the Air Evac team at
Laguna Park recently had a chance
to listen to his own heart beat.
—* Photo By Sue Kruse
on-site and the the public was
able to see one of the trucks per-
TRUCKS ON DISPLAY — Two of the West Shore Volunteer fire trucks
were on display during a recent fundraiser at Laguna Park.
— Photo By Sue Krust
BOUNCING FUN — Kids en-
joyed bouncing while visiting at
the West Shore Volunteer Fire
Department’s fundraiser on April
4 in Laguna Park.
T--Photos By Sue Kruse
National Library Week Being Celebrated
CLIFTON — It’s National Li-
brary Week, a time to celebrate
the contributions of libraries, li-
brarians and library workers in
schools, campuses and communi-
“Every day, libraries in big cit-
ies and small towns, colleges and
universities, in schools and in
businesses help transform their
Bed & Breakfast
£ Weddings - Reunions
Retreats - RV Hookups
Corporate Events - Trail Rides
Ropes Course - Birthday Parties
Bull Riding - Barrel Racing • Ropin’
April 17-18 * 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
High School Greenhouse (Next to Ag Shop)
Geraniums Zinnia Lantana
Impatiens ^us Mother of Thousands
Chenile ^ Coleus
Angel Wing Begonia
Hanging Basket Assortments
Plus much morel
For more information,
contact: Sara Best
(254) 675-2827 ext. 1836
communities,” says Dr. Shirley
Dahl, library director, Nellie
Pederson Civic Library. “People
of all backgrounds come together . _ , ■ *
to get help finding a job or to find
homework help, to use our public-
access computers, and to borrow
from our collection of fiction, non-
fiction, and audio books.”
First sponsored in 1958, Na-
tional Library Week is a national
observance sponsored by the
American Library Association
(ALA) and libraries across the
court try each April.
Nellie Pederson Civic Library is
located at 406 Live Oak (behind
the Civic Center). Persons may
visit the library’s website at
< cliftonlib.com >. Library hours
are Monday through Friday from
noon to 5 p.m.
Brush Day May 9
CLIFTON — The City of Clifton
will hold a brush day on Saturday,
April 11, from 9 to 11 a.m., at the
city property located on Highway
219 where the archery club shoots.
A city brush day is scheduled for
every second Saturday of the
month throughout this year.
Those wishing to use this oppor-
tunity to clear brush will need their
city water bill and a driver’s license
for entrance to the property.
Anyone needing help to haul
brush can contact city hall for a list
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