Emerson Elementary student, Tamra Criddle, thinks about an answer while doing her school work Tuesday morning.
McAlester Lions Club heard about the Habitat for Humanity program from Shared Blessings Ministry Coordinator Joey Clark, left, during the December 18 meeting.
Lions KTC Report
Kiamichi Technology Center Director April Murray, right, told McAlester Lions Club members recently that the facility, currently at 97.38% of enrollment capacity, serves the largest geographical district in the U.S.
Bill Richardson of the McAlester Lions Club, right, presents a certificate of appreciation to chiropractor Dr. Shayne Javersak, who spoke at the regular noon Lions Club meeting January 9.
Modern Woodmen Donation
Members of the McAlester Modern Woodmen of America chapter recently helped raise money for the Youth Emergency Shelter in McAlester by hold an auction. The event raised $5,181 including $2,500 matched by Modern Woodmen’s home office through the organization’s Matching Fund program. The money will be used for shelter supplies and equipment.
Pet of the Week
This 6-8 Year old female pug is available for adoption at Sewell Animal Hospital, 638 S. Main St.
South McAlester Lodge 96 announced the officer line for 2014.
Pictured from left, Dave Larson, owner of Dave’s Fitness Plus and his wife, Shelly Larson, challenge you to get healthy for the 2014 new year.
Five area legislators recently visited with Eastern Oklahoma State College students during a luncheon in Wilburton, hosted by President Dr. Stephen E. Smith.
Some of Heather Horton’s William Gay Early Childhood students pose for a photo while visiting Santa Clause Thursday at the McAlester Church of the Nazarene.
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