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Community J OY —--——— b Page both empty and occupied houses. I pray for the families of fallen police and firemen. There are still drive by shoot— ings, bombings and graffiti on public buildings. There has been a death already in Mexico on Spring Break. God bless our teachers. Be there at graduation. Let love and kindness be the first ingredients in our rela- tionships Never give up on what you believe in. Do not expect it to be easy. Thank God for your life and all the opportunities he gives y0u to serve. Jesus understood walking through the Inferno of life many times. I know that the Father will help me in the final decisions in this matter. Be blessed. Be faithful. Be Courageous in MONSON D Page A1 Stillwater before being taken to the Saville Center, the affidavit alleged. During an interview with the 3-year—old girl at the Saville Center in Stillwater, the child demonstrated what Armstrong—Monson did to her, the affidavit alleged. Armstrong-Monson was located at a relative’s home in Noble County and arrested for child sexual abuse in Still- water, the affidavit alleged. When the Stillwater police detective interviewed the girl’s mother, she said that earlier in the day on Feb. 28, “Jessie mentioned that he was ‘freaking out internally,” before leaving for work to grout some tile at a Stillwater business about 6 pm. and returning to her home at 9:20 pm, the affidavit alleged. She said “he had been stressed out about his court case in Noble County, which he had to be at around 9 am. on March 1,” the affidavit alleged. After violently attacking her, “he apologized to her for hurting her and promised her it wouldn’t happen again," the affidavit alleged. In an application for an emergency protective order on March 4, the woman alleged, “Incidents like this (but much more violent) happened two nights previ- ous (2-26-19) and a week previous on (2-2 1 - 19). These incidents were much more violent, so I knew to be con- cerned about what was going to happen on this night.” “Police and DHS investi- gations have determined that my daughter might have been groomed by him, which is why I’m asking for protective orders for my children,” the woman wrote. Farm * Ranch Construction . . . antiwar»! pickensauctions.com smear 405.533.2500 v Last week, over 200 women from Stillwater and surrounding communities gathered to learn more about heart disease and Stillwater Medical’s Heart 8r Vascular Institute. This event was a kick-off to building the Women’s . Council, a group for women in our community to gather, learn, and discuss 1 their health priorities, as well as provide additional funding for projects at 0% V Stillwater Medical that impact women. .‘ “Our goal is to encourage women to strengthen and invest in the community by promoting services that benefit women,” --Andrea Bendele. Chairman Women’s Council for 2019. Benefits include: . Knowing you are helping women in north central Oklahoma receive quality healthcare . Ticket to next year’s luncheon. ‘ . Exclusive necklace by Polka Square or nwrwem more meflmkmwwwmmmmfifiwmfimwm v Call 405-742-5387, visit smc-foundation.org/women SMC Foundation, PO Box 2408, Stillwater, OK 74076‘ El Sustaining: $25 monthly As a sustaining member, your membership is automatically paid by credit card or bank draft on the 5th of each month. Your gift will continue until you notify the Foundation to make changes. - To pay by bank draft, please provide a voided check or deposit slip - To pay by credit card, provide that information below C] Check Provided Card it Exp Cl Periodic Payments: My initial Gift today 5 bill my credit card or invoice me for the remainder i» Join Today! or mail this form to: Mét Alarm-p Cl Single-Year: $300 Mr PW? CI Charge to My Credit Card CI Monthly El Quarterly Security Code Signature (credit card only) amnesia-9304 i Momma sermons-335nm l momenta i :C .. 'l i i L) i .‘i 'i t i ii 3 r i a. g Last week’s luncheon was only the beginning! You can still be a part of the \ 3 ii i ii i i i r i i ;\ i 3‘ “i i i i . é Ci Invoice Me and then iWM-memnmwwmmm-ummmmmmmmmmmw cwri«v THE JOURNAL, Thursday, March 14, 2019 A7 Pictured front row (I to r): Moira, Emery, Alison and Lauren. Back row: From Wings of Hope, Allison Harris and Astrid Lorbeer Childcare Worker and Senior Advocate respectively, Deanna Leport Troop Co-Leader, Anna, Laura, Mrs. Rudloff the Stillwater Junior High Librar— ian and Kathy, whose volunteer hours as a Walmart employee provides invaluable dollars to the troop. Not pictured: Michelle Haynie, Co-Leader. Photo provided Engineering to make the world better Local Girl Scouts are fin- ishing up the “Think Like an Engineer Journey” and it looks like they have followed a key part of the Girl Scout Mission, “to make the world a better place.” This learn— ing opportunity, including a community Take Action Project, was funded through the sale of Girl Scout Cook- ies and Fall Products. Their efforts have benefited three local organizations. Through this journey, Cadettes from Perkins and Stillwater learned how engi- neers use the Design Think- ing Process to solve prob- CRISTY Page A1 CEO, Destination Niagara USA; Richard Peterson, president & CEO, U.S. Cul- tural & Heritage Tourism Marketing Council; Milton Segarra, executive director, Visit Mississippi Gulf Coast; Douglas Small, president & CEO, Experience Grand Rapids; Monica Smith, pres- ident & CEO, Southeast Tourism Society; and Paula Vlamings, chief impact offi- cer, Tourism Cares. 1n, Af‘i” warn-“711w” lems. This includes defining the need, brainstorming, designing, building, test- ing and evaluating, sharing solutions, redesigning, and building again. They com- pleted three hands-on design challenges by engineering a model life vest for a model Corgi dog, using bioin— spiration to model a camp cabin inspired by nature, and exploring biomechan- ical engineering as they designed, built, and tested a prototype of a prosthetic elephant leg. With each Journey comes a Take Action Project. The The US. Travel Associa- tion is the national, non-profit organization representing all components of the travel industry that generates $2.4 trillion in economic output and suppbrts 15.6 million American jobs. US. Travel operates as a 501(c)(6) orga- nization. The mission of the US. Travel Association is to increase travel to and within the United States. For more information go to, www. ustravelorg. and so > ‘ much. more! Cadettes worked with Mrs. Rudloff, the Stillwater Junior High Librarian. “I’m excited! I’ve always wanted to do a book drive,” Rudloff stated. “I’ve never been adopted for this type of project.” 1 Together they came up with a way to challenge students, Girl Scouts, and the teachers and staff to see who could donate the most books. This competition led to a total of331 books being donated. Numerous books could be used for the Junior High Library, some of which were on their wish list. Some of the books for younger readers were donated to Wings of Hope, which was a great fit for their mission as well. V Rudloff suggested the travel books be donated to MPower. After the Girl Scouts leamed about this organization, they agreed this was a great option. MPOwer was established in 1969 to provide services to individuals in Payne County with developmental disabil- ities. no appointment necessary! «mm OWWW PERKINS DRUG mmmmmm ill «worm