Senior Citizens Nutrition Centers have been an intricate part of Grady County Communities for 30+ years. Each center has functioned independently. They have furnished an outlet for many individuals over 60 that would have otherwise been sorely neglected. "Nutrition" has been a key word for these senior sites because typically we think of food as the only method of survival, however these centers are much more than just a place to eat. They are the center of activity for many who have devoted their lives to making the community a better place in which to live. They need to continue their role in all our Grady County Communities. The sales tax proposal will help keep these vital organizations and maintain their role in the communities in which you live and will eventually become a part of when you become a senior citizen.
President Rush Springs Senior Citizen Center
CHS PTO would like to thank the following businesses for helping us to host the first annual teacher appreciation luncheon at CHS:
CMS Willowbrook, MoJo's Carwash, Century 21, Mollett Hunter Insurance, Chickasha Bank, Angel, Johnston, Blasingame, Dunns Food Center, and Hallmark's For You.
All teachers and staff at the high school were provided a wonderful catered lunch, and a favor thanks to these community leaders.
We appreciate your support of our endeavors to help thank our teachers for a job well done at Chickasha High School!
Lisa McPherson - PTO president
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Dear Express Star Editor and Friends of the Arts,
The Chickasha Area Arts Council (CAAC) Directors and the Rock Island Arts Festival 2010 (RIAF) Committee, which was chaired this year by Candice Staats, would like to 'THANK YOU' for your generous support of the 2nd Annual 'Arts Festival'! It was a wonderful, fun-filled and entertaining event for the whole community.
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Education is a wonderful thing. The United States is one of the few countries where everyone is eligible for an education. High School is not restricted to only the smartest kids – anyone who makes the effort to pass the lower grades can go on to high school and/or college.
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I would like to take this opportunity to thank District Attorney Bret Burns and Chickasha Police Chief Lynn Williams for going above and beyond their job descriptions to help me with a situation that recently occurred at Ninnekah High School.
Chickasha Police Chief Lynn Williams helped in a matter that occurred in the Chickasha city limits, but affected Ninnekah School. I appreciate his assistance. The Chickasha School District is extremely lucky to have a police chief who will go the extra mile to support education and student safety.
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