Chisholm Trail News

Page 2   God Bless America Chisholm Trail Community News WWW.CHISHOLMTRAILNEWS.COM November 23, 2022 580-252-3880 www.FarmsRanchesLand.com 1705 S. Hwy 81 - Duncan, OK 38 Years in the Land Business State & National Marketing Real Estate & Auction Co. Over 50 Years Experience It Pays to Talk! Up to $1,000 CASH Remain Anonymous 580-252-INFO (4636) or online at www.p3tips.com Gaye Watson Insurance, Inc. 580•467•2645 Gaye.Watson@att.net Don’t Forget! Annual Election Period (AEP) Medicare Open Enrollment 2022-2023 October 15 th - December 7 th Call Me For a Review! Wayne’s Yard Care Mowing - Planters - Gutters - Power Wash Residential - Commercial 580-560-1303 No Job Too Small! Just Give Us A Call! Wayne Pliss, owner Insured for You Serving Duncan & Marlow Areas O Heavenly Father: we thank Thee for food and re- member the hungry. We thank Thee for health and remember the sick. We thank Thee for friends and re- member the friendless. We thank Thee for freedom and remember the enslaved. May these remembrances stir us to service that Thy gifts to us may be used for oth- ers. Amen. Thanksgiving Prayer Wanted: Dead or Alive, 38 Notorious Oklahoma Outlaws  The Stephens County Museum, located in Fuqua Park East in Duncan, is hosting a free exhibit entitled ‘Wanted: Dead or Alive, Okla- homa’s 38 Most Notorious Outlaws’.  The exhibit will be closing on December 1.  The museum will be open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, November 22, 25 and 26 from 1 pm to 5 pm each day. The museum is located at 1402 W Beech Ave, Duncan, OK 73533 (across south of Homeland)  The museum also features a huge collection of artifacts from the Stephens County area including early day Halliburton Company and Erle P. Halliburton memorabilia.  There is no admission charged, donations are appreciated.  Also, the 905 Rock Island Steam Engine museum is located adjacent to the museum.  For more information call (580) 252-0717. Hunt Motor Co. 812 N. Hwy 81, Duncan 580-255-7071• 580-656-4464 • 580656-7262 Happy Thanksgiving on the opportunities avail- able in STEM fields. It is a high priority to educate our future workforce, and we are developing the Duncan area’s pipeline of talent while students are still in middle school and high school.   The contest is chal- lenging for students, teachers, and parents. It requires critical think- ing, design, drafting, and manufacturing a CO2 race car. This contest is pos- sible because of DAEDF’s partnership with our local middle schools, high schools, Red River Tech- nology Center, and Cam- eron University. Duncan’s Dream It! Do It! initiative is a manufacturing career pathway associated with the Manufacturing Institute and the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM).  Participants for this year’s competition included students from Central, Duncan, Empire, Rush Springs, Walters, and Red River Technology Center. Students from all of our surrounding schools are eligible. Duncan Area Youth Engineering Contest – 2022 Middle School Winners ‘Contest Winners’ continued from Page 1 2022 Middle School Overall Winners pose with Lyle Roggow, President and CEO of the Duncan Area Economic Develop- ment Foundation (DAEDF) and host for the Engineering Contest. From left to right: Lyle Roggow with DAEDF, Ruby Miller and Bailey Hunter with Duncan Middle School, and Beau Klein with Central Middle School. People’s Choice 1st place Morgayne Carmon Central 2nd place Faith Fields Empire 3rd place Bailey Hunter Duncan Engineering 1st place Lily Thomas Duncan 2nd place Cavin Cass Rush Springs 3rd place Ruby Miller Duncan CO2 Race 1st place Ruby Miller Duncan 2nd place Bailey Hunter Duncan 3rd place Beau Klein Central Overall 1st place Ruby Miller Duncan 2nd place Bailey Hunter Duncan 3rd place Beau Klein Central Duncan Area Youth Engineering Contest – 2022 High School Winners People’s Choice 1st place Paige Emery Duncan 2nd place Clay Graham Walters 3rd place Kamry Rendon Red River Tech Engineering 1st place Kamry Rendon Red River Tech 2nd place Zanden Dyke Red River Tech 3rd place McKenna Attaway Duncan CO2 Race 1st place Trey Li ngelbach Red River Tech 2nd place Ava Miller Duncan 3rd place Caden White Red River Tech Overall 1st place Trey Li ngelbach Red River Tech 2nd place Caden White Red River Tech 3rd place Ava Miller Duncan  For more information about this event or additional ways DAEDF is partnering with industry and edu- cation, contact DAEDF at 580-255-9675 or info@ ok-duncan.com . Humane Society to host holiday Yappy Hour By Derrick Miller  Santa Claus is coming to town, and one of his first stops is at the Stephens County Humane Society.  The Humane Society’s Yappy Hour fundraiser is scheduled for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6, at Ko- chendorfer Brewing Co. All proceeds from teh evening will benefit the Humane Society.  The event will feature a visit by Santa Claus who will be available for pet and family photos. The pho- tos are $15 with $5 for each additional photo. The photos will be taken by photographer Debbie Duggar.  Yappy Hour will also include raffles, silent auctions, Christmas carols, cash bar, a food truck, and a wine and beer pull.  During the event, any pets present must be on a leash. Volunteers hosting Thanksgiving meal to Marlow FBC By Derrick Miller  The annual Thanksgiving Com- munity Meal is returning again to the Marlow First Baptist Church this Thanksgiv- ing.  The meal will be served between 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Marlow First Baptist Church Life Center. The event is run by community volunteers, about 50 in total, although more can always be used.  About 1,000 meals are served each year. The meal is a full traditional Thanksgiving dinner.  Although workers are needed for serving during the event, the Thanksgiving meal also requires volun- teers to help make and provide food, everything from greenbean casserole to desserts.  Arrangements for homebound delivery can be made by calling 580-658-5413. Thanksgiving cards are sent with the homebound meals. Hope Community Church  Sunday School will begin at 9:45 am. Lead- ing Worship at 10:55 am will be Kyle Graves and the Special will be brought by Mike Petty. Bro. Jack’s message will be from Psalm 119:1-8.  Awanas will begin at 5:50 pm on Wednesday, November 30 with an “Older than Dust’y Night” Theme. Prayer time will begin at 6:30 pm.  Hope Church is located at the corner of Hope Road and Clear Creek Lake Road (5915 Hope Road, Marlow, OK). Call 580-255-1482 or 580- 736-3460 for more information.

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