May 1st thru May 31st
Citibus announces that in an effort to continue to protect the staff and support the goal of maintaining public health, all Citibus services will remain fare free through May 31, 2020. Fare free services eliminates the need for customers to pay the operator or use the farebox, encourages speedy boarding and promotes social distancing. Citibus operators will be wearing masks and it recommends that all passengers wear a mask or face covering as well. Safety precautions such as rear door entry and empty seats between passengers will remain.
Lubbock Public Libraries are now open for curbside pickup. Visit us at WWW.LUBBOCKLIBRARY.COM for more information about the business hours for your preferred library branch and for access to these great resources.
Join special Guest Congressman Jodey Arrington and the Community Prayer Gathering Committee as it leads the community in Prayer from 11 AM to 11:30 AM on the National Day of Prayer. Congressman Arrington will be leading us in the official National Day of Prayer for the Nation.
Join us by using the following link: https://zoom.us/j/94122868335
Visit our website event for a full list of National Day of Prayer activities and prayers: http://www.lubbockchamber.com/events/details/community-prayer-gathering-national-day-of-prayer-event-via-zoom-8722
Family Guidance & Outreach Center invites you to join Mrs. Judy with Family Guidance & Outreach Center as she shares a special story every Friday at 11AM Central on Facebook Live! Stories will be read with permission from the publisher. Mrs. Judy Wuensche is a certified elementary teacher with many years of experience in the classroom with little ones. Her storytelling ability is engaging, warm and downright fun! Search @FamilyGuidanceAndOutreach on Facebook.
Have you been doing some cleaning and have some documents you don’t feel comfortable throwing in the trash? This Friday from 1:00 – 4:00pm Document Shredding &Storage is hosting a No-Contact Shredding drop off at 6702 Upland Ave. Customers remain in their vehicles, paper must be in the back of the vehicle for them to unload.
Following Governor Abbott's announcement Tuesday on restrictions for how school districts can conduct in-person graduation ceremonies, Lubbock ISD, Lubbock Cooper and Frenship ISD have announced outdoor graduations in June. For more info https://www.fox34.com/story/42093375/frenship-lubbockcooper-isds-announce-outdoor-graduation-plans