Grady County Frontier Days rodeo queen candidate Haylee Coatney, age 11 years, recently donated 24 tickets to Special Young Adults, Inc. so they can attend the Frontier Days Rodeo. The donation was made possible by Coatney’s family, friends and community support. Shown above are some of those who will be attending the rodeo: left to right: Sara Box, Denise Hopkins, Joann Stepp, Danielle Duprez, Caitlin Oliver, Betty Brooks with Coatney kneeling on the bottom row. Tickets are still available and donations are still being accepted. For more information, please call Emily at 405-361-1917.
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- USAO provides educational opportunities for Grady County Princess contest recipients
- Summer luncheon to feature Anadarko author
- Education campaign returns with powerful stories to help Oklahomans quit smoking
- Juneteenth winners announced
- Nationwide effort underway to educate public about boating while under the influence of alcohol, drugs
- Coronation for Rodeo Ambassador/Jr. Ambassador set for June 28
- Wilson renews National Board Teacher Certification
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Juneteenth Celebration set for June 21 in Chickasha
The Chickasha Juneteenth Celebration Community will kick-off the activities on June 21, 2014, with a parade at 1st & Dakota at 10:00 a.m., opening ceremony at Washita Valley Park at 11:00 a.m. and Celebration at 12:00 noon. The celebration is open to the general public.
The committee is still accepting donations. If you would like to make a donations or need more information please contact Casta Thomas at 405.627.5049.
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