— The 7th annual OHCE Quilt Exhibit will be held on Nov. 16-17 at the Grady County Fairgrounds in Chickasha. The quilts will not be judged on quality or workmanship, but must have the personal story or history with it. Any size, shape, age, or condition of quilt is accepted. If you need help writing the story of your quilt, there will be help available on November 2nd at Gail’s Quilt Shop, 401 W Chickasha Ave, Ste 202. Quilt entries are due by November 4th. The actual quilts may be delivered to Gail’s shop on November 13 or 14th. They will be on display at the fairgrounds on the 16th and 17th, and will be released for pickup at 5 p.m. on Saturday. Viewers will have the opportunity to vote on their favorite quilt. The quilt with the most votes will receive a Viewer’s Choice ribbon. There will also be a special area for individuals to display wedding ring quilts, or quilted garments. Registration forms may be picked up at Gail’s shop, or the OSU Extension office at 828 W. Choctaw. Downloads are available at oces.okstate.edu/grady. The quilt exhibit is held annually in conjunction with the OHCE Celebration of Crafts Show.
Annual quilt show set for Nov. 16-17
- Community Living
- Grady County teachers encouraged to apply for Colonial Williamsburg Fellowships
- Brian Johnson of Chickasha inducted into Alpha Chi Honor Society
- Belville named McCune Volunteer Mediator of the Year
- Killion to present senior voice recital
- P.E.O. Chapter FV hosts auction tonight
- Turkey Dinner set for Sunday, Nov. 3
Book-signing set locally for CHS alum
A book-signing for former Chickasha resident and Chickasha High School alum Felicia Kaye (Jefferson) Maher is set for Sunday, Oct. 20 from 3-6 p.m. in the lobby of the historic Chickasha Hotel, on the corner of 2nd St. and Chickasha Ave.
Local student could win a trip to D.C., scholarship
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- Local student could win college money
- Volunteers sought for CASA
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