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Wed
13
Dec

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

December12th at 7:30 P M "Christmas the Cowboy way Riders in the Sky" OCCC Visual and Performing Arts Center Oklahoma City, Oklahoma . Live Music for more than 30 years "Riders in the Sky" have been keepers of the Flame passed on by the Sons of Pioneers Gene Autry and Roy Rgers. While remaining true to the intergrity of Western Music . They have become mordern day Icons by branding the genre with their own Legendary Wacky Humor and way-out western wit, and allalong encoureging Buckaroos and Buceretts to live life " Cowboy Way" This will be fun for the whole Family see you there.

Wed
06
Dec

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

December 7,1941 The day Our World was changed forever. Pearl Harbor 76 years ago The USS Oklahoma capsized 100-Sailors and Marines killed during the Japanese attack the Defense POW / MIA Accounting Agency have nearly 400 sets of Remains from a Hawaii Cemetery officials exhumed the bodies Forensic Science and Genealogical help from families could make identifications possible The buried Marines and Sailors have been classified as missing since World War 11. Many were interred at the National Memorial Cemetery in the Pacific located in an exiting Volcanic Crater in Honolulu Yes I remember it well.

Back home on Tuesday afternoon the El Reno Bowl holds the lanes with Bowlers in their Senior years.

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Wed
29
Nov

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

The Civic Center Music Hall 2017 Oklahoma City Orchestra`s Annual Holiday Extravaganza November 3rd 7:30 P M to December 2nd 8 PM staring Oklahoma Hall of Fame Elizabeth Stantley edition of Oklahoma City Philharmonic`s " The Christmas Show" Super Star Kelli O`Hara versatile voice will feature a Hoedown number "Turkey and the Straw" compete with a Western Santa and traditional " White Christmas" sounds exciting to me see you at the Civic Center Music Hall don`t be late

The El Reno Bowl has a new look Charlie wants everything up to date and clean As you know this is Handicap Bowling one of Our new teams this year showed how this works Team 2 Queens and 1 Joker rolled High Team Game 645 635 High Team Series 1280 they are so much fun to be around GREAT JOB Lady Bowler ( same team) Terri Jacobs rolled High game 168 153 High Series 321 63 pins over her average Glad to see her back on the lanes again after surgery from a dog bite in her face

 

Wed
15
Nov

Sr. Citizens News

It was very gratifying to see so many Hinton residents at the Turkey Dinner sponsored Sunday by the Hinton Community Health Org. The event took place at the Methodist Church gathering hall and appeared to be a huge success. I saw so many of our Senior Citizens in attendance. It is always a good thing when the Community joins together for a worth while cause. Linda Taylor is back at her home after doing Re-hab in Binger and is getting along fine. Charlene Myer has also been released from the Hospital and is recuperating at home. Nola Boling and Lynda Compton were both getting Dinners on Sunday and both ladies looked great !! Nola was told her Cancer is gone again and we hope and pray it stays gone for good this time. We enjoyed having Beth Andrews, Curtis Nix, Cleada Sullaway, Nona Fay Baker, Betsy Wilson, Dixie Snow, Orval & Marlita Peters with us again. On Thursday Dee Massey,Kelsey Blaine, Lee Ann Entz and Mary Short came for Lunch and played Bingo with us.

 

Wed
15
Nov

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

The First Thanksgiving Feast in 1621 shared by English Pilgrims and the Native Wampanoag People as Historians tell of Cranberries on their tables. With a shortage of sugar the Native Americans brewed the berries into calming tea and poultices to help wounds heal. Later American Whalers kept Vitamin C rich cranberries on board to help prevent Scurvy. So eat your cranberries fresh or dried they are good for your kidneys, the All American Fruit the year around Have a Happy Thanksgiving Day with your Family and Friends The El Reno Bowl on Tuesday afternoon always brings out the Best in you The exercise with the Fellowship is Second to Nun with the left over Halloween candy to keep us sweet The Team Thunder rolled High Team Game 624 Three`s Company rolled High Team Series 1218 Lady Bowler of the Week Jeannie Atkins rolled High Game 200 198 High Series 398 50 pins over her average she has a new ball for this week Tournament with the Travel Bowling Ladies.

 

Wed
08
Nov

What Would You Do With $1,182 More?

I remember what it was like to earn my first paycheck. I spent all month putting in hours to earn a decent wage. When pay day finally arrived, I looked at my paycheck and saw that a substantial portion of my earnings didn’t even end up in my pocket. Dollars going to local, state, and federal governments took a hefty chunk of my hard-earned wages and left me wondering how it was fair that Congress and unelected bureaucrats spent my money however they saw fit. Unfortunately, this is the reality for so many hardworking Oklahomans each and every pay day.

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Wed
01
Nov

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

Dale Robertson Center and Mabel C.Fry Public Library will host The Pumpkin Harvest Craft Festival and Friends of the Library Book Sale November 4th in Yukon, Oklahoma more than 45 Craft Venders feature Jewelry Candles Homemade Clothing Home Decor and more Pumpkin Patch Cafe Indian Tacos and Bake sale raising funds for additional walkways side walks at the Spirit League Field time 9 A M to 3 P M November 4th Plan to make a day of it Love Crafts don`t you?

Fri
27
Oct

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

150th Anniversary of Chisholm Trail the Express Clydesdales drive to the Express Ranch in Yukon Riders on Appaloosa horse Zee from Oklahoma City Mac from Lawton and Cookie from Union City pulling a Buggy all on Saturday October 21st El Reno to Yukon one thing about Oklahoma there is always some History we want to remember From State Hood to Cattle drives.

The El Reno Bowl on Tuesday afternoon Team Hinton First rolled High team game 665 568 High Team Series 1233 Gentleman Bowler of the week Mark Faloom rolled High game 220 146 High Series 366 50 pins over his average a great friend to all fun to be around with wife Debbie Chuck Buchholtz rolled 160 game Howard Burkhead rolled 138 game Fate Hemingway rolled 110 game Eldon Hatch home with a leg issue he is missed Lady Bowler of the Week Mary Burkhead rolled 159 152 series 311 51 pins over her average a sweet Lady great attitude Patty Mills rolled 168 game.

 

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.

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