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Wed
18
Oct

Sr. Citizens News

The Site was closed on Monday in observance of Columbus Day. Several of our participants were absent Tuesday because of Max Wiley's Funeral. Orval & Marlita Peters came on Wednesday and provided us once more with Music and Songs. Carolyn Morgan was a guest and visited with many of our people. Mary Smart came in with a large box of Books which she donated. Many were Large Print Books and it didn't take too long for these to be taken. She stayed and joined us for Lunch. Juanell Seitter has 2 grand-daughters with her. Kelsey and Jenna Nash reside in Amarillo, TX. They are sweet young girls and even helped Juanell deliver Home-bound Meals. Leona Price is their great-grandmother. Dixie Snow came by to pick up a Lunch for Lorene Thiel who is at home still recovering from Foot Surgery. LeeAnn Entz brought her mother June Entz along with Renae Findley. Tina Exenia came from Maple Lawn and did BP/BS Screenings. She also brought in a large Sheet Cake for Dessert.

Wed
18
Oct

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

National Bass Tournament Destination at Grand Lake Oklahoma this past week end James Elam fisherman netted the top prize total of 36 pounds and 14 ounces Bass giving him to value of $45,00.00 in prizes plus $8,491.00 in cash the Bass Pro Shops Master Central Open just to do something fun and relaxing. not bad October 20th thru 22 the Pro Shop is hosting F L W High School Fishing Tournament on Grand Lake the City of Grove has accommodations for the event El Reno Bowl on Tuesday afternoon always has a spirit of the Winning Team "The Krazi Ones" rolled High Team game 679 580 High Team Series 1260 Lady Bowler of the Week Vonnie Mello rolled High Game 189 134 high Series 323 67 pins over her average Vonnie is a volunteer for "Meals on Wheels" after preparing meal to go for 4 hours she comes to the lanes.

Tue
10
Oct

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

Myriad Botanical Gardens 301 W Reno Ave Oklahoma City is the place to explore the Prairie Pumpkin Town October 6th thru 22 rd 10 A M to 5 P M daily This is the Sixth Annual Pumpkinville Fund raising Event helps to keep the Gardens growing.

Pumpkin Wall featuring a Bison at Sunset plan to go the Gardens are beautiful the year around admission $6 per person At the El Reno Bowl Tuesday afternoon cheers were going up for the Team Three`s Company Two of the Bowlers Jeannie Atkins and Chuck Buchholtz were rolling one strike after another and tied their score 190 with Ruth Mittelstaedt rolling

148 game giving the team 669 568 High Team Series 1237 it was pretty exciting. Lady Bowler of the Week Paula Gabehart rolled 127 102 Series 229 25 pins over her average Paula is new to this game has a wonderful attitude a special Lady Terri Jacobs & Dee Carroll rolled 157 Game Mary Burkhead rolled 150 Game Ruth Mittelsaedt rolled 148 Game

 

Tue
03
Oct

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

Oklahoma City Celebrate the 13th Anniversary Oklahoma Regatta Festival October 5th thru 8th Riversport Adventures Rafting Racing Flatwater Kayaking Dragon Boating and Standup Paddle Boarding something for everyone Even Night Sprints under the lights more than 50 corporate Rowing and Dragon Boat League Teams will compete on Thursday and Friday 6 to 9 P M sounds like fun Thanks to Aubrey McClendon `s Vision

Wed
27
Sep

An Antidote for the Opioid Epidemic

WASHINGTON D.C.

The opioid epidemic has countless names used to define it. You could call it a widespread pandemic, a national crisis, or rampant prescription drug abuse. Whatever you call it, the reality is that opioid addiction is tragically taking the lives of almost 100 Americans daily. The opioid epidemic is sweeping the nation and we cannot ignore it. It is a national problem. The question is, how do we remedy a problem that affects people of every race, age, income level and every geographic part of our country?

Wed
13
Sep

Between the Woods and Water

The ticking of the clock couldn’t come quick enough last Friday to head out for a brand-new hunting adventure.

We packed the pickup with rifles, a decoy and hunting packs headed west as the diesel pickup fired up. Destination being green chili country, Clayton New Mexico.

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Tue
05
Sep

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

Fort Reno a Cavalry Post in 1874 named for General Jesse L Reno who died in the Battle of South Mountain in Maryland during the American Civil War. Fort Reno served as a Military Post to protect the Cherokee and Arapaho Tribes in the 1800`s, In World War 11 it was a German Prisoner Camp. There will be on September 16th " Ghost of Fort Reno Tour" The city of El Reno has so much History.

Make your plans to go see Fort Reno

The El Reno Bowl September 5th will start the Fall & Winter League Tuesday afternoon 1 O Clock P M seniors 55 years and older put a new team together for a great time with first time Bowlers and the seasoned ones. You will love the fellowship along with the exercise we all need This is about 2 hours on the lanes then we go shopping and have a treat at Bram`s One of Our Bowlers who is on chemo is having a Birthday and enjoying it with a new Great Grand son borne this week Happy Birthday Nola Crick Boling get well soon you are missed.

 

Tue
29
Aug

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

Hinton Fair Week everyone looking forward to all the coming events. Hardwork and Enthusiasm over the Entree`s Canning of all kinds Farming all the vegetables Crafts Animals Children Projects Fund Raisers tickets for coming School Events . the Rides and the grounds so well kept by Jim McCain & his crew BIG THANK YOU Well done oh yes give GOD thanks for the rain We all enjoyed

this and look for the coming year again

The El Reno Bowl will start the Fall & Winter League September 5th New teams of Seniors 55 years and older . At this time in life we need the exercise and fun that let`s you forget your Woo`s. This past week the Summer Bowling league ended with First Place the Happy Hooligans 25 wins 19 lost Second Place Hinton First 22.5 wins 19.5 lost 3rd Place Three Okies 20 wins 22 lost

Tue
22
Aug

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

As I write the Bowling News GOD called for another Angel to come home. Our Friend and Bowling Buddy Louise Seurer passed away at 98 years old It was only a couple of years ago Louise was still bowling every week still having lunch at the Hinton Senior Center Friday August 18th Greeting everyone with a big smile we will all miss her Our Sympathy to Louise Family GOD`s gain our lose

Service on Tuesday Morning at the First Baptist Church

This will be the last week of the Summer Bowling at the El Reno Bowl which will be closed for 2 weeks The Fall & Winter Bowling League starts September 5th Tuesday 1 0`Clock P M Get with your friends and start a new team of 3 seniors 55 years or older if your spouse is younger she will make us all feel younger .you don`t have to be good just be there.

 

Tue
15
Aug

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

Our Senior Center was the place to be August 7 & 8th Adult Vacation Bible School Five Different Denominations 40 Adults attended.

A Catered Dinner by Marolyn Arnold was so delicious Big Thank you for her generosity. Pastor Orval Peters led a devotion each night telling us about GOD`s creation and how we are in GOD`s everlasting arms. Beautiful songs Trivia and made a succulent flower pot ( we played in the dirt) which is a keepsake for every one provided by the Arraignment Flower Shop in Yukon. St John`s Lutheran Church congregation provided the great Program for reaching out in our community. Plans to make this an annual event.

We all enjoyed the fellowship and food for our body and Soul Thanks for the Blessing. The Hinton Senior Citizen

 

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