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Car show set today to show support for Enid’s Speedway
Terri Fletchall, an event organizer, said the event was planned to show potential Speedway sponsors that support for the racing venue exists in strength in Enid.
CASA volunteer earns honor from council
Linda Hoag was named the 2012 CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) of the Year by Garfield County Child Advocacy Council.
Early day circus set as lecture discussion
Campbell Brothers Circus, active from 1889 to 1920, was at one time the second-largest circus in the world. From 1912 to 1920, Campbell Brothers Circus wintered at Drummond.
Local Modern Woodmen see $5,650 raised for Meadows
Enid Modern Woodmen of America chapter members raised $5,650, including a matching grant from the Modern Woodmen home office, for Caleb Meadows with a spaghetti dinner and auction fundraiser May 11.
Youth volunteers and senior yards sought for project
At 8:30 a.m. June 1 in the NODA parking lot at 2901 N. Van Buren, the Chore Consortium will begin the Unleash the Power of Age campaign with free coffee and doughnuts followed by yard work for Golden Okies.
WildHorse Gang readies for round-up
Anyone with cans is invited to join the fun. For pick-up of cans, call 541-8200.
Enid-area residents graduate from OBU during commencement ceremony Friday
Six Enid-area residents received bachelor’s degrees during Oklahoma Baptist University’s 2013 Spring Commencement on Friday in the university’s Raley Chapel.
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