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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, April 8, 2004-A3 lg Iowa Tribe Health Fair set red and The Iowa Tribe's 4th Annual businessMll ow to evalul S S B Health Fair will be held Friday, April 16, from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. diedfact0 at the Bah-Kho-Je-Chena and apP' f parents, teach- teachers, and other community Building located on the tribal ring and. ity volunteers members, it are in need ofMORE pow wow grounds four miles were as Partners in participation, south of Perkins on US 177. o apply been active in Over the course ofthe last couple The Health Fair will feature les in a lal Yyears. P.I.E. is of years, involvement has been information booths on health fly. responsible for dwindling, and we will be unable products and services. In addi- 3BA within the school to remain this wonderful group if tion, local health providers will 270 bating fundraisers to more volunteers do not come for- be available to discuss a variety bankingT!Uch as the new ward to help. Parmers in Education of health-related topics. is a vital supporting organization ray ofl . dent located at The Lions Club Boys Ranch ent reJ and intermediate for our small community. Meet- will be attending with their vices u ' assists teachers ings Lre held the second Tuesday Mobile Health Screening Unit rials through- of each month through the school which offers Glaucoma, Bone =lDrists children who .~th~andsupplies year; parents and teachers discass Density, Hearing, Diabetes, ways to help better aid the teachers Eye and Cholesterol testing at la 's events such and students. If you have a stu- no cost to participants. & BiJi S S S S lmas Store at dent in the Perkins-Tryon school The American Red Cross irHPa hl tl, B.L.A.S.T system, let your voice be heard in will be conducting a blood Harvest Fest these decisions. Please be present drive during the health fair. tillwateCl . N zy Y, many other at the next meeting scheduled for Walk-ins are welcome, but to EC 'S,programs andApril 13 at 6:30 p.m. at the Payne minimize wait times those who Perkins-Tryon sixth grade class has been busy collecting aluminum recyclables and donations t a County Bank conference room to wish to donate should call the to help Betty Ottaway care for homeless cats. 1 4a.o on is strictly voice your opinion on the future Iowa Tribe Health Department Some members of the class include, (front, I to r) Jessica Wilkinson, Jordan Lomenick, Dakota of P.I.E. to sign up in advance. parents, Snow;(back)AprilOlivas, MaggieMendez,RiaSilvers'zachTarlt n'Tanneroevine'Aar nFielding' Jarred Meade, Ottaway, Michael Atkins, Theresa Lucas, Geri Shores, Matthew Lang, Caleb Arthur, tn The Health Fair will kick off Education classes set with a 1 mile fun walk start- Micah Williams, Sammy Holland, .lean Aresco, and Yravis Carlson. I&GatgL ,areinterestedin a.m. to 12p.m. Theaftemoon ingat9a.m. Each walker will ,Prevent a litter- Fix your critter' oool ] Education this,: pu sign uo, in the toSeSsi n will run from 12:30p.m.4.30. p.m. last.receiveaT'Shirtwhilesupplies ix.v"" ds h 1] g h s0 ly L li The last day of class for all ses- Many vendors in the Still- 1 e olYIC s Putr . Wingdriveredu- sions will be a two-hour session, water and Perkins area have dac shall be fifteen Students MUSTbein attendance generously donated items to be When sixth graders at Perkins- ag e r. ,lq Secondary school every day class is in session in used as door prizes. Drawings Tryon Junior High Schoollearned =e~a~p' )~ , a ' ea(.ssophomores order to complete the course will be held throughout the day. of a local woman's efforts to help a i rity. satisfactorily. Students must also Must be present to win. homeless cats, they realized they classroom ses- complete six hours ofdriving time The Health Fairis open to the iam'rL red. The first with theinstructor, general public. We hopethat C T ch P withthehelpofico l rtec ect- J STuesday, June The cost for Perkins-Tryon everyone will come out and torJeanAresco, hasbee - day, June 10. students is $100. The cost for help us in making this our best ingaluminurnrecyclablestoraise. "x/ run from 8 a.m. - non-district students is $200. Stu- health fair yet. money to help Betty Ottaway with j B! dents should sign up for the class The Health Fair is sponsored her mission to feed and care for / [ S!ons will begin as soon as possible. The fee must ['l rte 9 and ends be paid no later than May 18. by the Iowa Tribe Health stra, y and homeless cats. IN Department which provides'The to,wn, helps with dog IIS'Ana.m. anda The class will be offered on a comprehensive health services polyalation, Aresconotes. Betty be available if pass/fail basis. Driver's Educa,- to the local Indian Commu- r . reneeded The tionwillappearonthestudents nity. TheHealthDepartment t cta s atse,nitup nherselftohelp i will run from 8 transcript for l/2 credits, also operates the Perkins Last week the students tumed Family Clinic which is open over their first contribution - to the general public as well as $6 25 along with some cat f.O v Art fic ;a ,thisIndianarea.Health Service clients in to Ottawa)'. They are still b "y Michael Atkins (left) and Tanner Devine present Betty Ott- and immunization records. Again, gathefingcansandotheraluminum away with their first contribution toward her efforts of caring [lh e re enroll stucients For directions or more infor- amcles which Cindy Crenshaw, a not ct rrently attending mation please call (405) 547- parent' of one' of the' students," trans- for homeless cats in Perkins. - Perkins-Tryon Elementary. " 2402 ext 234. ports to the recycling center Companion Animal Assistance the environment, and one ano er. Ottaway is currently feeding 17 Program (CAAP) of Stit!.water It tea tures es, games, puzzles, ,ae.!r4ps fl cats a takes When Ottaw ahzed tl : an)lc,mss acuvt s or neutered. She said the surgery her project, she purchas~ them a of the United Stales, two una~max~u costs $34 for each female cat and subscription to KIND News, The $31 for each male cat. Ottaway subscription is a monthly news- covers these costs herself, but letter for kids which emphasizes does receive assistance from the kindness and respect for animals, at grow tax : or tax free Y'Iree withdrawals .alified first-time home aSes, if needed and Roth IRAs Itive Rates .to the Legal Limit Open a new IRA account at Payne County Bank and you can store your valuables in a Safe Deposit Box for one year at no cost while supplies last! It's our way of saying THANKS for banking with us! Did You Know? Brokerage service IRAs may not be Insured, may lose value, are not FDIC guaranteed. , Qall 547-2436 Today for Details I~ ~.k 202 S. Main, Perkins, OF, Conve~evnn:~o~utn~;bahnk4.:[cToE' HWY 33, Perkins, OF, (405) 547-2436 wwW.P Y " -up ATMs and Night Deposit Drop available at both locations 24 hours a day Member FOIC need your New Library New Location E. Thomas New Building, Unlimited Opportunities If you haven't heard, the Thomas-Wilhite Memorial Library is offidally relocating to the City Hall Annex building on the N.E. corner of Main and Thomas. The plans are drawn and remodeling has begun! We are very excited about this long-awaited decision; the new building will provide us with many benefits, such as: Eas one time move ( ,4,OOO+ sq. ft. Y, " ". ] Local financing [,Minimum remodeling . [ n room .Convement locatmn l.Large public meeti g " . . J Join school alumni, friends, and business people in contributing to the furnishings project of the new library. Friends of the Library has a 5oa(c)3 designation Contributions can be an unlimited charitable tax deduction. o riend of qSt omas, WilhiCe Memorial it rar Please send your tax deductible gift to.the Friends of the Thomas- Wilhite Memorial Library for furnishings for the renovated library. Gold Plaque Sx,ooo --~-Sflver Plaque $ 500 ----Bronze Nameplate Marker$ 250 . Special Recognition Tree Other Donations Make Checks Payable to: Friends of the Thomas-Wilhite Library P.O: Box 5~9, Perkins, OK 74o59 cats and all their descendents can theorefical/y number 420,000 in just seven years. The of actions on the local level by volunteers such as Ottaway are invaluable in preventing this kind of companion animal overpopula- tion. Currently the City of Perkins shelter only houses dogs. But Ott- away is hoping to someday have a modest building to confine cats following their surgery. Oltaway also works to adopt cats into good homes. To help with her effort, please gather your recyclable aluminum, which includes pop cans, cat food cans, and other aluminum items, and contact your favorite sixth grader. Donations of cat food or cash are also welcome. Wrestlers offer clean up help As a way to thank those who supported them during the season, the Perkins-Tryon wrestling team members will be available to help residents prepare for the town-wide cleanup day. The wrestlers will help resi- dents get large items to the curb. For assistance, contact Jai Oyler at 880-1712 to schedule a time after school on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday before cleanup Saturday, which is scheduled for April 17. In return, residents are asked to give a new unwrapped toy or a Wal-Mart gift card so that they may be used as gifts to underprivileged children at Christmas. ~!~ 121 N. Main RO. Box 136 Perkins, OK 74059 ~1