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Wed
16
May

Hinton Senior Bowling News

Memorial Day May 28th one to remember our loved ones who have gone before us with flowers and prayers. So many of our servicemen and servicemen, plus our law enforcement are killed in the line of duty. We stop to honor them. We must not forget their sacrifice to keep you and America safe and free. Take time to drive carefully, we want to talk to you, not about you. Have a Blessed day

The Summer Senior Bowling League is underway at the El Reno Bowl. You still have time to put a team together. HEY you never Bowled before? Try something new we look forward to meeting new people our age. A new bowler `s handicap will win a lot of team games. There is NO pressure put on you except what you put on your self. Just fun and exercise every Tuesday afternoon, 1 o`clock at El Reno Bowl. See you on the lanes

 

Wed
09
May

Hinton Senior and Bowling News

Mother Nature shows us no matter where we are, she shows us how powerful she is. This week there were Tornados in the Southwest and Midwest . We all got our storm shelters open and ready with many Prayers for GOD to keep us safe. Pahoa, Hawaii Kilauea Volcano sent more Lava over the Island Friday more than 1700 people to fee from, their Mountain side homes. After a week of earth quakes and warnings . Leilani Estates is near the town of Pahoa on the Big Island was the great danger, telling people to leave now. The Hot Lava & Sulfur gas filling the air Makes me wonder about Mount St Helen in Washington State where my children live?

 

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Wed
02
May

Sr. Citizens News

The warm weather we have finally gotten made for a busy weekend, doing much needed lawn and garden care. Finally managed to get plants outdoors where they belong. I have also seen a few more humming birds hanging around the feeder.

We have had more of our regulars at lunch and kind hearted lady and we made her promise to come by and visit us from time to time. Judy Wiley and Donna Coats joined us for lunch and then visited with their sister Lucy Caldwell who is our Head Cook. Orval & Marlita Peters shared music & songs with us. Dixie Snow and Lorene Thiel sang along with the rest of us.

 

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Thu
19
Apr

Hinton Senior and Bowling News

Oklahoma Traveling Ladies Bowling Team this past week Jeannie Atkins rolled High Game 269 257 189 Series 715; a score she has wanted for a long time. To get a 700 series in League play. Great job, WOW! As you know she bowls on our Tuesday senior league, finds time to bake birthday and anniversary cake for the Bowler of the Month and Charlie donates a half a bowling pin for us to all sign it doesn't`t get any better than this. If you are 55 years or older, and your spouse is younger, come join us. We believe it keeps us young. Summer League starts second week in May. Put a new team together you will love. The El Reno Bowl is air conditioned smoke free. Tuesday afternoon 1 0`Clock.

Wed
11
Apr

Hinton Senior and Bowling News

Last Tuesday at the El Reno Bowl Gentleman Bruce Carroll rolled High Game 224 180 High Series 404 44 pins over his average , before he was old enough to bowl with us seniors, he looked at our league as "Has Beens". Now he is one of us A Sweeter man you will never find, we all love him, great attitude fun to be around.

Howard Burkhead rolled 169 game. Chuck Buchholtz rolled 167 Game. Loyd Garrett rolled 159 Game, his highest. Eldon Hatch rolled 144 Game. Fate Hemingway rolled 130 game.

 

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Wed
04
Apr

Hinton Senior and Bowling News

Yes... Spring is here only Winter won`t give up, 24 degrees Easter Sunday morning. Pray for the monarch butterflies who are headed North from Mexico to Canada. Watch for the orange, black and white airborne wonders over the next two weeks; one of nature`s great happenings. Depending on the weather, monarchs can fly up to 50 miles a day embracing the Rugged beauty of nature.

Have you ever wanted to do something new? At this time in life my motto is "Done that, seen that.” To be an artist seemed so far away for me, so I tryed and it was the love the canvas, brush and paints, and what do you know- a picture turned out to be a winner!! That`s how it is with bowling.

 

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Wed
28
Mar

Hinton Senior and Bowling News

HAPPY EASTER The Sunrise Service with Family and Friends breakfast on the grounds sweet music in the air

Praises to the Lord Our Lord Jesus has risen. back to the church for a beautiful Easter Service. Oh My everyone dressed in their finery. I remember the Easter egg hurt in the park we earned one brand new penny for each egg we found and that chocolate Easter bunny we all had a stomachaches for a week

 

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Wed
21
Mar

Hinton Senior and Bowling News

ST. PATRICK`S DAY wearing of the green, don`t forget to plant those potatoes. In 1847 the Choctaw Nation collected $170 and sent it to Ireland to help that country during the potato famine that killed 1 million people. This week Ireland`s Prime Minster Leo Varadkar came to the Tribal Headquarters in Durant, Oklahoma to give thanks for your Act of kinship and generosity 2 Centuries ago and is memorialized in Irish books. the tie between the nations, now 171 years old, will last forever, as a sculpture called "Kindred Spirit" that memorializes the bond. Choctaw Chief Gary Baton visited Ireland for the unveiling last year. There is a scholarship benefiting Choctaw Students who wish to study in Ireland, Mr Varadkar announced. How great is this?

 

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Wed
07
Mar

Mike Sanders Take on the Passing of the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget for Oklahoma

The governor this week signed the final budget for Fiscal Year 2018 budget. Agencies were able to retain more than 99 percent of their funding for the fiscal year. She also signed a bill that will protect many programs for the elderly, disabled and children that are administered by the Department of Human Services.

I’m glad that action is finally complete. Now we can turn our focus to reform and accountability measures that will help us ensure state agencies are spending taxpayer dollars as efficiently as possible and in the manner intended to best serve the people of this state.

 

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Wed
31
Jan

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

All you need to do to join this Great Bowling Game. Be 55 years or older experience not needed, but be on time. The El Reno Bowl Handicap Bowling which means your average plus your score per game. There are 3 to a team Tuesday 1 o`clock P.M. The people you meet are second to none. This week Two Queens & One Joker rolled High Team Game 662 595 High Team Series 1257 Lady Bowler of the week Wanda Hartline rolled High game 183 107 High Series 290 26 pins over her average way to go do it again gal Patty Mills rolled 162 game Ruth Mittelstaedt rolled 154 game

Cathy Villaford rolled 149 game Terri Jacobs rolled 145 Game Vonnie Mello rolled 143 Game

 

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