Lifestyle

Thu
19
Oct

Pirate Baseball hams on sale through Monday

by Shirley Todd

Need a ham for Thanksgiving? Members of the Bristow Pirate baseball team are taking orders for smoked hams through Monday, Oct. 23. The players are raising money for their booster club.

Bristow Head Baseball Coach Larry Coleman said the boosters will use the money to pay for food while the team is traveling, help an athlete with the cost of a letter jacket and whatever is needed for the fields.

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Tue
17
Oct

TRRFCC Pirates for October

The Bristow Middle School TRRFCC Pirates for the month of October are, from left, sixth graders, Braxton Estes and Aurora Kelly; seventh graders, Britteny Roberts and Colton Long and eighth graders, Jesse McCollum and Jaleah Chance.

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Tue
17
Oct

Bristow’s Annual Route 66 Car Show

This 2012 modified Camaro owned by Michelle Kennedy was one of the newer cars entered in the show.

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Fri
13
Oct

Rainbow Health Care fall festival scheduled next week

The residents at Rainbow Health Care will host a fall festival Oct. 19 and 20 for the community. Marketing Coordinator Joshua McDaniel said on Oct. 19, the festival will be open from 6 to 8 p.m.

“There will be live music from Danny Miller and games for kids,” he said.

McDaniel said he would like anyone with a classic car to stop by and show it off.

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Tue
10
Oct

Homecoming pride

Billy Leatherwood proudly displays the Pirate flag at Friday’s homecoming game.

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Thu
05
Oct

Bristow Homecoming Parade

The Pirate Pride Marching Band leads the homecoming parade.

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Thu
05
Oct

Local teacher in Sonic’s Limeades for Learning campaign

by Shirley Todd

Edison Elementary Kindergarten teacher Carmen Matherly has entered to be a partner in the Limeades for Learning campaign with Sonic Drive-In.

She said each fall, over a four-week period, Sonic, in partnership with donorschoose.org, runs a campaign for Sonic fans to vote on their favorite classroom project.

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Thu
05
Oct

Spirit Week

On Wednesday, the aliens landed at the high school, Students put on their alien masks for dress like an alien day during spirit week. Destiny Vaught, Whitney Ingram, Katie Campbell, Amy Greenwood, Brooklyn Gariepy, Jaiden Guthrie, Zachary Delt and Dakota Frye.

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Tue
03
Oct

BMS September TRRFCC Pirates

Bristow Middle School is proud to recognize the September TRRFCC Pirates. TRRFCC stands for the Six Pillars of Character: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, and Citizenship. The students are, from left, sixth graders, Brooks Tidwell and Ava Yocham; seventh graders, Gavin Crowl and Courtney Taylor; and eighth graders, Cody Collier and Jenna Stapleton.

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Tue
03
Oct

Community Blood Drive

American Red Cross held its blood drive on Tuesday afternoon. Phlebotomist Jessica Campbell explains the process of extracting platelets from Christie Thompson.

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