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Tue
17
Jul

Waterfowl Stamp design contest deadline for entries is Aug. 1

Artists have until 4:30 p.m. Aug. 1 to submit artwork for the current Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp design competition.

The colorful wood duck is the subject for this year's prestigious contest. The winning artwork will grace the 2019- 20 Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp, which is purchased by waterfowl hunters in the state and by collectors nationwide. The winning artist will receive $1,200.

 

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Thu
05
Jul

Bristow Day Camp closing day fun

Campers showed their stage skills with an end of camp talent show. Each age group performed a song and dance for family and other campers at the amphitheater at Klingesmith Park.

 

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Tue
19
Jun

Camp life

Eve Roberts and Ohana Edwards string beads to make an ankle bracelet Monday during Bristow Day Camp. Camp will continue through next week.

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Tue
05
Jun

Summer Reading

Montfort and Allie B. Jones Memorial Library kicked off its summer reading program Friday, June 1, with a show from Michael King’s One Man Circus. King received some help with one of his tricks from audience member Ashlyn Turnball.

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Tue
05
Jun

Garden donation

Peck Realty Group donated $500 to Bristow Social Service’s community garden through the Keller Williams Cares program. Pictured presenting the check are Katy Schochler, Calvin Peck and Priscilla Peck with Peck Realty and Toni Godwin with Bristow social services.

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Tue
05
Jun

Central Tech earns BPA National Honors

Central Tech students and teachers earned national recognition on May 13th in the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference in Dallas. During the four-day conference, students attended educational seminars and workshops, elected national student officers and participated in many other activities.

This year, four students from the Drumright and Sapulpa campuses placed in their national competition categories. Kelsea Boydston and Sophia Martin earned the top award in the Global Marketing Team category.

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Wed
30
May

Central Tech awards honorees

Logan Richardson, Davenport, Outstanding Student of the Year; Elexis Shannon, Davenport, Outstanding Student of the Year and Jesse Holland, Davenport, Superintendent’s Honor Roll.

 

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Wed
30
May

Central Tech hosts Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics Recognition Ceremony

Central Tech hosted the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics (OSSM) Recognition Ceremony, May 10, 2018 at the Drumright campus. The ceremony recognized students in the 2017-18 class and welcomed the incoming 2018-19 class.

Students attending the OSSM Regional Center at Central Tech’s Drumright campus have the opportunity to receive the same rigorous curriculum as OSSM main campus students, while retaining the freedom to live at home and stay involved in regular high school activities.

 

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Wed
23
May

PATH International 2018 Region 8 Veterinarian of the Year

Right Path Riding Academy is honored to have two PATH International 2018 Region 8 award winners. Region 8 includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, Mexico, Central America and South America. Dr. Bill Mitchell was awarded Veterinarian of the Year. Mitchell is the academy’s veterinarian and a board member. He is now in the running for international recognition and awards.

 

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Wed
23
May

PATH International 2018 Region 8 Volunteer of the Year

The second award winner in the PATH International Region 8 was Laura Cox. Laura was awarded with Volunteer of the Year. She has been a Right Path volunteer and mentor since 2004.

 

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