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McAlester Masonic Lodge #9 hosted a Masonic Widow’s Dinner, May 18.
Pittsburg County Little League awarded it’s first MVP Certificate of Appreciation award to Irby Construction. Irby Construction has made multiple donations to PCLL during and after the field was nearly destroyed due to vandalism.
Ten-year-old Wyatt Robbins, TEAM jockey, prepares to ride TEAM horse Sarah, during his weekly therapeutic riding session.
Zeke Carter, top right, assists Wyatt Robbins, TEAM jockey, onto TEAM horse Sarah, for his weekly therapeutic riding session. Mandy Carter, TEAM Director and instructor, far left looks on while Elisabeth Willis, center and Zoey Carter, right, provide safe support for mounting.
Pictures from a wiffleball game Friday afternoon in Krebs. The Pittsburg County Little League will host a Wiffleball Tournament Saturday, March 23 at Little Fenway in Krebs. Entry fee will be $125 per a five man team. Prizes awarded to the top two team during the double elimination tournament. Sixty percent of the entries, up to and $750 go into the prize pool and 40 percent will be donated to the PCLL. All equipment provided. For more information conatact 918-421-0578.
Beta Iota Proclamation
McAlester Mayor Steve Harrison proclaims March 2013 to be Beta Iota Philanthropy Month.
The monthly of the Kilihoti Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution was held Saturday, February 16 at Angel's Diner in McAlester.
Action from McAlester Boys and Girls Club fourth grade girls basketball Saturday.
March is American Red Cross Month, a special time to recognize and thank those who volunteer, donate blood, take life-saving courses or provide financial donations to support an organization whose mission is to help those in need. Pictured from left are, McAlester Mayor Steve Harrison and Director of the Southeastern Oklahoma Chapter of the American Red Cross, Lynn Edwards with a proclamation naming March 2013 as American Red Cross Month.
Casual Gourmet Club adds 'Bam!'
Sue Miller and Debbie McCauley “kicked it up a notch” with colored plates, napkins and centerpieces of Mardi Gras colors for the February luncheon of the Casual Gourmet Club.
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