4th annual Lady Lobo Luncheon set Nov. 5
What started as a way for former Lobo ladies to lend a hand to the next generation continues 11 a.m. Nov. 5 at Valley View Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.
The Longview Lady Lobo Luncheons (also known as L4) began about more than four years ago and consists of former Lobos and women who work for the district.
L4 was created as an organization to bring LISD alumni, parents, friends, and employees together with a common purpose of giving back to the community, said board president Earlene Moon. The group is in charge of the "Stuff The Bus" program each Christmas in addition to other community service activities like "Jesus Burger," sending volunteers to help in areas hit by natural disasters, and visiting campuses to mentor students as part of Partners in Prevention's Forever Friends.
"The purposes of the organization are exclusively sociable, charitable and educational," she said. "To promote community and Longview High School alumni pride, to promote camaraderie, as well as to advance the status of a graduating Lady Lobo through support, mentoring, and awarding a yearly scholarship."
Moon said since its inception, the group has handed out 15 scholarships worth more than $3,750
"We want to be the wind beneath our younger Lady Lobos wings," she added.
For more information about how you can help please contact Earlene Moon at (903) 235-3535: