What a difference a year makes ... (City Hall)
|The new signage on the windows of the Chamber of Commerce office at 11th & Main contributes to the historic character of downtown. The next Chamber of Commerce meeting will be held at the Library Thursday April 6th. The speaker will be Mike Brown of the local newspaper's parent company CPI. The Chamber office relocated from the Depot Museum in Dec. 2005.|
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| Matthew Weaver of
the Oklahoma Main Street office spoke to the residents and merchants that
attended the first of a series of seminars at City Hall Friday evening
(March 31st). This session was titled "Pardon Our Dust". The
main theme was turning what some would consider a problem (temporary construction
changes) into an opportunity to adapt and communiate effectively with
customers. The detailed design and construction schedules have not yet
been released but construction is expected later this year on the TEA-21
project which will make major streetscape improvements to the two block
section of Main Street between 10th & 12th Streets.
A second seminar is scheduled for April 21 titled "Sharpen Your Competetive Edge". (4/5 update: the date has now moved to the 2nd or 3rd week of May for the next seminar)
CHS Boy's Golf 2006
- We have been to two tournaments . Mar. 14th Sands Springs and Mar. 29th
Dewey. Jared Ward finished tied for 4th at SS with a 74. Clint Swango
had 87, Tyler Chronister 90, David Wells a 93 and Blake Unger had a 116.
As a team we shot a 344 and finished 10th.
At Dewey, Jared Ward had 76 and finished tied for 2nd, and received the 2nd place medal by scorecard playoff. Tyler chronister had a 90, David Wells had a 101 and Blake Unger had 124. Team total 391. Clint was injured and did not go and play.
Real proud of the team so far. The 344 in the first tourn. was better than any score we had last year. Next tourn. is Mon. Apr. 3rd at Cushing. Remaining schedule Apr. 10th Grove, Apr. 19th Conf. Tourn. at Bailey in Owasso, Apr. 24th at Miami C.C for a 36 hole tourn. to get ready for regionals on May 1st Place to be announced.
Thanks, (Coach) Bob Pratt
Garage Sale For Animal Shelter
Girls Scout Troop 690 will be having a garage sale May 20th and all proceeds will go towards the animal shelter fund. This is part of a requirement for the girls to bridge from Juniors to Cadet's.
Donations for the garage sale would be appreciated. To have items picked up call the troop leader (Paula Brown) at 918-341-4222.