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and win/ e baskets to be awarded to y activity winners local families will taking home some tasty Prizes if their name is as a winner of a Family Basket. is simple to enter ist jot down your family's activity, attach it to an form and wait to see if r name is drawn. is sponsored by the Child Abuse Prevention Force, which intends to as a positive way to draw to the problem of child at random from s, will receive lucky winners will a basket full of goodies local businesses. Those S.and the prizes that they ght Donuts (4) $5 gift cert. flurry or $1-off gift cert. Whistle Stop (4) Large Simple Simon Pizza Coupons El Mexicano (2) $10 gift cert. D'Mario's (4) four medium drinks w/purchase of large pizza Perkins Drug (4) disposable cameras Family Dollar - games Westside Movie (4) free video rental coupons Prairies Edge (2) $10 gift cert. Perkins Food Center (3) boxes of microwave popcorn Children's books (Success By Six- Regina Hall) Plus, prizes from Model Tee and David's Cimarron Photography, and eight super packages of beef jerky. Contest rules are simple: • Families can submit one entry per week • The submission must be 150 words or less • Each submission must be attached to a completed contest entry slip (see below) • Entries may be edited for spell- ing, grammar, or length • Entries will be placed in a basket and one winning name per week will be drawn at random • Weekly winners will receive a Family Entertainment Basket and a picture of the weekly winner will appear in The Per- kins Journal • Because of limited available space, all entries may not be printed, but all entries will be included in the weekly drawing. • Entries should be dropped off at The Perkins Journal, 135 S. Main, or e-mailed to RainsKB@aoi.com (please also provide entry slip information) • Weekly deadlines for entries are at noon on the following dates: March 28 (April 3 edition) April 4 (April 10 edition) April 11 (April 17 edition) April 18 (April 24 edition) Family Fun Contest Entry Form your favorite family activity. It can be a special shared time a holiday, or something you like to do together on a weekday eve- or on weekends. Anything goes - as long it is a fun, family activity! Attach this ..,. completed form to your entry and drop it by The "-" Perkins Journal, 135 S. Main, or number: e-mail all of the information to RainsKB@aol.cam by the Local Child Abuse Prevention Task Force for Payne County, and many of your favorite local businesses. ! THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday March 27 r 2003-7 Farmer's Mkt. [ to open / The Stillwater Farmers'[ Market opens the 2003 season [ on April 5 at 8 AM, rain or[ shine. The market features[ locally grown produce andl plants and locally made home- style foods and garden related items. The market will be open 8 AM to 1 PM on Wednesday and Saturday and is located in Strickland Park at 309 N. Main. Come see what the local growers are bringing from their gardens and greenhouses and enjoy the beginning of a whole new season. For questions about the market and how to be a vendor, call Leah Aufill at 880-7645 or Leroy Howell at 624-2895. "Grandparents Raising 7 Grandchildren" "Grandparents Raising Grandchildren" is the theme of the 24th annual Senior Citizens' Day at the Capitol to be held April 7. Registration packets will contain resource materials for grandparents, including "Starting Points for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren," published by Aging Services Division, and Oklahoma Legislative Process by attorney Sandy Ingraham. There will also be a discus- sion on legal and other issues affecting grandparents raising grandchildren. Panelists will include Ann Roberts, Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy and Sandy Ingraham, Ingraham & Associates, EL.L.C. Governor Brad Henry will welcome visiting seniors to the Capitol. Packets will be distributed beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the southeast comer of the first floor of the Capitol. All packets will contain a packet of wildflowclr seeds printed with numbers and a website grandparents can u for help and the phrase, "Okl'J- homa helps farmers raise crop,; shouldn't it do more to help grandparents raise grandchil- dren?"All presentations will be i0 the House Chamber beginning at 9 a.m. Senior Day is sponsored by the Oklahoma Alliance on Aging and the Oklahoma State Council on Aging. Piano workshop deadline - time is running out! You don't want to miss this If you have EVER wanted to learn to pray the piano, you won't want to miss this oppounity at Ripley Schools on March 3 ! and April 1. "I'm going to be teaching twoexcit- ing, motivating workshops that will teach adults to play the piano the way adults want to learn to play the piano!" says Terry Maddock, instructor. After teaching traditional piano for more than 15 years, Terry developed these workshops for students who have a desire to play for their own fun and enjoyment. Learn to play from your church hymnal - the easy way, and even learn to how to play by ear! The three main advantages of leaming to play the piano with chords: 1 ) it's much easier to play hands together, 2) your progress is phenomenal, and 3) you sound so much better! "Easy Piano for Hopelessly Busy People" is scheduled for Monday evening and will establish the "uffonnafion students need for the • follow-up session, "Piano by Ear 9pm. Pre-registration is required call the Continuing Education Department @ 918-372-4570 t0 Terry Maddock t - You Don't Have to be Born Wah enroll in one ($55) or both ($95) It!" on Tuesday evening. Both workshops. Don't delay, you just workshops are scheduled from 6- might lose your seat! ARE PROUD T  547-2800 PART OF THE ;--.--/_us 177 sH 33 • .klllii !1/Illll IL PIour'$: " ITY AND j/m _/B k- 7 a m - 11. m :.ERS OF 'Amer Now Open"for" >TRYON Drlve.ln. Breakfast SCHOOLS! Demons. . PERKINS,JO,URN0000,,,, Encourage our students! www.theperkinsjaurnal.com "Now That's A Pizza Coupon!" Present This Coupon For A LARGE PIZZA FOR A MEDIUM CHARGE One Coupon Per Customer OPEN LATE after home games/l Hi Perkins 547-2456 ...... untry Comfort HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING Service and Repairs David tara, Owner/Manager ltb HaM To Stop A ane" 122 E. Thomas • Re. Box 254 • Perkins • (405) 547-5046 ,--..,._ . . :._..:p.. Now in our 104th Year- !-,Established January 3,1898 E COUNTY BANK 202 South Main Perkins, OK 405/547-24. __.  rice" Lobby Hours-Monday through Friday 8:00-3:00 Saturday 8:00-12:00 • ursda 7 30-4 00 .Friday 7'30-6"00 .Saturday 7"30-12:00 ,, Drive-up TeUe Monday through Th y/: :l  _: -- " .  ., 7_.._  We_Lt,  UUr slt UrO /ire O en Z ttours. uay, / uay r ,,, ,, ATM , BankLine-24 , and Night Depo " p P "  1 Call 547-2265 For Bank Line - For Weather Call 547-2902 - www.paynecountybank.com Proud.to be a supporter of Perk00ns-Tryon students! Ampride Travel Plaza 1201 N. Perkins Rd. 54 1 19 SOUTH MAIN -PERKINS "§4712555 Steve & Kristy Willingham PERKINS-TRYON SPORTS BOOSTERS 246 S. Main • 547-2414 Conveniently Serving Perkins For Over 21 Years • 124 N. Main .eSH33 and US 177 " ° r Shortcakes Dine is proud to be a booster of Perkins-Tryon sports GaylaeGlen • Charlene er ,, 219 N. Main Stillwat ' Go! Perkins-Tryon Demons! 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