Local Events

Thu
10
Jan

Enos: Make Sure to Check on Outside Pets

Hello Enos and hello sunshine! Luckily our area missed out on the snow, sleet, and ice.

We just got some bitterly cold temperatures, and now we are back to warm weather. That’s Oklahoma for you!

Take advantage of the nice weather this week, and get prepared for the next round of cold temperatures (because we know there will be more). 

 

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Thu
10
Jan

Buncombe: Buncombe Creek Ladies’ Auxiliary Potluck Lunch Tuesday, Jan. 15

How is the New Year going for you? Have you crossed off any of your resolutions that can’t be kept?

Did you eat your blackeyed peas and/or cabbage? I haven’t had cabbage yet, but it’s still in the plan to do so.

As far as resolutions go, I didn’t make any, so I’m good there.

 

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Thu
27
Dec

Enos: Be Safe This Holiday Season

Hello Enos, and Merry Christmas!

It just doesn’t seem possible that Christmas is here, and we are about to enter the year 2019. Where has the time gone? We hope this holiday finds everybody happy and healthy.

It looks as though the weather will be wet, but no snow for Christmas.

Some people will be happy with that, while others, especially the children, will be sad. Be safe on the roads if you are traveling this holiday week.

 

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Thu
27
Dec

Librarily Speaking: Closed New Year’s Day, Come Get Your Library Card Today

The library will be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 1, for New Year’s Day. We will reopen on Wednesday, Jan. 2.

Hired to deliver a mysterious box to a fogbound Georgia town, daredevil pilot, Rye Mallett, is targeted by saboteurs and law enforcement, before teaming up with an attractive, but suspicious doctor to determine the box’s significance in TailSpin, by Sandra Brown.

Returning to the Pacific Northwest after a tragedy, Annie Marlow begins to heal, with help from Keaton, a local painter who offers comfort and reprieve from her grief in this new novel by Debbie Macomber, Cottage by the Sea.

 

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Thu
20
Dec

Rotary in the Holiday Giving Spirit

Madill Rotary brought children’s books to the Christmas party. The books were donated to the Madill ECC and Elementary to give the gift of reading. Pictured Rotarians: Larry Case and George Burke presenting books to ECC principal Elissa Cox.

 

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Thu
20
Dec

AARP Honors Three Chickasaw Citizens

Three Chickasaw citizens were honored recently at the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) 10th Annual Indian Elders Program.

Accomplishments of 50 Native Americans were cited at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. A medallion was presented to each honoree.

Dr. Judy Goforth Parker was awarded the AARP Dr. John Edwards Memorial Leadership Award. Dr. Parker is a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation. She is a published author, former tribal legislator, and currently serves as commissioner of health policy for the Chickasaw Nation Department of Health.

The Dr. John Edwards Memorial Leadership Award honors an individual whose positive impact embodies the spirit of Dr. Edwards, who died in 2014.

 

 

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Thu
13
Dec

Madill Rose Garden Annual Christmas Brunch

The Madill Rose Garden was host to the annual Christmas Brunch on Thursday, Dec. 6, at the Marshall County Extension Cooperative Building at 10:00 a.m. with 14 members and two guests attending.

Five members of the Rose Garden decorated five tables in formal dinner settings with four place settings of china, silver, and crystal.

Christmas theme decorations adorned the center of each table, making for a festive Christmas brunch.

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Thu
13
Dec

Quilting Care

Several from the Shay Community Center, the Buncombe Community Center, and the Buncombe Ladies’ Auxiliary joined together to quilt over 100 blankets. A total of 10 bins of material and 4 bins of yarn were donated by Kim Gentry and her late aunt, Jan Stringer. 

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Wed
21
Nov

Buncombe: Community Center is Host to Thanksgiving Day Lunch

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Here’s wishing you and yours many blessings during this beautiful time of the year.

Don’t forget there will be a Thanksgiving Day lunch at noon, on Thanksgiving Day, at the Buncombe Creek Community Center.

The meats will be furnished, so all you need to bring is your favorite dishes to share, plus your plates and utensils, so the gals won’t have to do a lot of cleanup.

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Wed
21
Nov

Enos: Madill, Kingston Christmas Parade Scheduled for Dec. 1

Hello Enos!

Happy Thanksgiving! I hope this holiday finds each of you spending time with family and friends, and may you “Gobble til you Wobble!”

This week’s weather is certainly looking to be a little warmer for the holiday. Don’t forget to make certain those heaters are in good working condition, and that you have at least one working smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector available.

Also, please don’t forget about those outside pets. It’s cold for them too. Make sure they have shelter and fresh water.

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