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Career Day

Wendell Neal, a storm tracker with Tulsa's Channel 6, explains to students Haley Ruiz and Makaylie Guynn what its like to be a storm chaser during Bristow Schools' mobile career day at the high school parking lot on Wednesday.

 

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Christmas coming to Bristow

By Shirley Todd

It’s time for the Christmas tram to leave the station take its passengers on a magical ride for a look behind the scenes of Santa’s workshop.

“Christmas Unwrapped is a magical adventure that will be enjoyed by kids of all ages,” said Bristow Area Chamber Commerce Board Member, Stephanie Whitener.

She said the tram, which is an over the road, three car train that holds 60 passengers, will carry its first passengers on Friday, Nov. 24, departing the Bristow Train Depot at 5 p.m.

Whitener said the story begins at the depot and Chief Elf of Operations, Holly, gives guests an up-close look at the elves hard at work making toys for good girls and boys. When the magic dust that helps Santa’s reindeer to fly goes missing, the adventure begins. Passengers will meet fun, quirky characters, including a penguin, added this year, during the quest to find out what happened to Santa’s magic dust.

 

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Music students make all state

Oklahoma Music Educators Association's High School All-State Choirs have been selected. Four Bristow High School students have been selected for the all-state choirs this year. Shelby Baker, a three-time all-state choir member, Emma Grant, Chapman Shields and Patrick Lupp.

Junior Austin Denissen made the All-State band with his trumpet.

Assistant Band Director Sheila Davis-Pollard said Denissen had to tryout in Tecumsah against several other high school trumpets from other small schools around the state.

 

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TRRFC Pirates of the Month of November

The T(trustworthiness) R(respect) R(responsibility) F(fairness) C(caring) C(citizenship) Pirates at Bristow Middle School for the month of November are, from left, sixth graders Joy Lin and Kaden Hooks; seventh graders Carly Junod and Tanner Odell; and eighth graders Macey Williams and Blazer Pope.

 

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Gypsy School October Students of the Month

Top row from left, Kadence Rodman, seventh and eighth grade; Claire Tucker, sixth grade; Emily Moore, fifth grade; Hayden Moore, fourth grade; Serenity Sweeten, third grade. Bottom row, from left, Bradyn Douglas, second grade; Jaxon McDanile, first grade; Emma Grace Abbott, Kindergarten; Brantley Cheatwood, pre-K.

 

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Gypsy School Super Stars for the Month of October

From left, Brendon Sweeten, Jacqueline Gambill, Daniel Spoon

 

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For their School

Bolin Ford’s Melanie Killian hands Bristow Schools’ Brandon Poteet a check for $5,320, which is the amount raised during the dealership’s Ford Drive 4UR your School test drive event. Killian said the delearship gave 266 test drives during the recent promotion. Pictured are, from left, Jack Cook, Scott Lawrence, McKeever Hall, Thomas Williams, Angie Little, Chris Batey, Killian, Poteet, Rick Phillipo, Kevin Kreps and Marcus Cuspard.

 

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Mollee Mason named one of Vype Magazine’s top players

With the high school basketball season right around the corner, Bristow Lady Pirate point guard Mollee Mason, front row, fourth from left, #21, has been named by Vype Magazine as one of the top high school basketball players in the northern Oklahoma area and is in the running to be named one of the top five, but she needs the help of Pirate fans. To be nominated among the top five, Mason needs votes.

 

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Schools host career week

By Shirley Todd

Students at Bristow High and Middle Schools learned about different careers all this week. Community members spoke to students about their careers, the college years and the path they took to get where they are now.

Bristow High School Counselor Kari Childress said this week gave the students a great opportunity to explore different careers and connect with members of the community.

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Time to plan for Christmas parade

By Shirley Todd

The theme for this year’s Christmas parade is Christmas Through the Decades. The parade will be Thursday, Dec. 7, at 6:30 p.m. Coordinators for the parade are Dr. Zeddie Cantrell and Dorothy Livingston.

If any business or organization would like to enter a float in the parade, registrations are available at Dr. Cantrell’s Vision Source at 121 East Seventh Ave.

The form asks participants to list whether or not they represent a business, what type of float and will it have live animals. Cantrell said ATVs will only be allowed as part of a float.

 

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