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i2-THE PERKINS ]OURNAL, Thursday. lune 26, 2003 Team members included (from the top of the stairway down): K.G. Robinson, Anna Gazaway, Tedder, Jasmine Stone, Jamison Rudd, Nachel Konemann, Allison Rudd, Sarah Arthur, ;aleb Arthur, Mark Jan/is, Kiah Stephens, Samantha West, Tommy Hilley, Dibble Nance, Logan .uster, Benton Rudd, Tyler Plank, Rickey Kinzie, Cindi Stephens, LaNita Plank, Kyle Dollins, Rhyner rthur, Jake Ehrlich, Rick Jarvis, Don Albright, and Richard Rains. Local c,hurches tal:e skills t,, Me :ico Member of two local churches eCently took their construction kills and ministry to Mexico. I In December of 1993, embers of Lost Creek and !den Chapel United Method- st Churches made their first rip to do mission work in lexico. Most years, two teams ,ill make the trip, usually in pring/summer and again in )ecember. Most recently, 25 nembers of Lost Creek and en Chapel spent May 24-30 io Bravo,,,, Mexico. The team ranged in age from 1 years old to over 70! The ,ast majority of the mission- tries were middle school and ligh school youth. There was ,omething for everyone to do luring these days of ministry. The primary task of the trip vas to construct a home for a 'amily of four. These are very ntimate mission experiences, viih most of the work and Lttention focused on the host 'amily. During the week, the earn gets well acquainted vith the family. Also, while he house is under construc- ion, there are planned and ;pontaneous activities with the :hildren of the neighborhood. The homes are humble by mr standards, measuring about t6x20, and they are built of :oncrete blocks. There is no ,'teetricity or running water. Each house will have a door, :wo windows, and a metal :oof. On one memorable trip, upon mtering her completed house, :he mother tearfully said, "I ew I would get a house, but [did not know I would get a nansion !" 'A highlight of each trip is the hopping trip to Wal-Mart on • last night of work. 7;The team collects their ney, and purchases special [finishing touches" for the tlles. This is not a required stan- lard practice for all teams rom everywhere, but it has ecome a special tradition of LC/EC teams. By this time, the team will lave "scoped out" needs and 'avorite colors. They will buy :tirtains, durable dishes, rugs '& the floor, towels, pictures, "llairs, tables, and many other terns to make the house a lome. The most important purchase uill be a Spanish Bible that a, ilJ be signed by all the team embers. On the last morning, the team ,vill return to the completed louse and join the family in a :eremony of blessing for the muse and family. Then the gifts are presented and good- byes are said. After the work is complete, there is some time devoted to fun. There is always a shop- ping day at Nuevo Progresso. This team had the extra bonus of spending a day at South Padre Island, too! Anyone would be welcome to join us on a mission trip. Each year, the churches travel into inner city Oklahoma City (Youth), two trips to Mexico, and one trip to Belize. If you would like more information about our mission program, you can contact the church office or on the web at LostCreekUMC.org. More improvements for Olivet Cemetery The sign at Hwy 177 and Vinco Road has been replaced with a new sign. Also, the sign over the East gate at the cemetery has been painted. Photo provided ,I) i ----- _----,-------_-'::= ........ --z-:- ...... :7- ......... -:>:: .... -::: -2 z i ' i ' 'lerkms Mam Street Promotion Commlttee , '! is grateful to the businesses listed below for I" their sponsorship of the Pistol Pete 5K Race,, ( 1 mile Fun Run and Pistol Pete DaysDutch ) Oven cooking events. These businesses play a di big part in our community just by their pres- y,Ii ettce and by their investment dollars and goods I in the Main Street program, our P-T school I system, and other Perkins organizations. The ! i best way you can say "thanks" too is by shop- i ping with them FIRST. Thanks, Perkins and I affiliated businesses for your support" [! Payne County Bank • OG&E • Railroad Yard • CREC • Perkins tl Whistle Stops • Perkins Drug • Ewing Electric • Frontier Realty, Strode's Funeral Home • Frank's Diesel & Tire • Perkins Insurance Agency • The Vassar Co. • B & C Business Products • Menagerie i l Espresso Bar • Perkins Athletic Club • The Chantry House • Burt's ti Jewelry • Zero Gravity & Hair Care • Ampride • D'Mario's Pizza • Visions Salon & Tanning • Country Comfort Heat & Air • Day- light Donuts of Perkins • Hometown Car Wash • Excel Lub Plus • Hattie's Main Place/Exclusively Yours • El Mexicano • Perkins ' Builders Supply • Patsy's Flowers & Ceramics ° Perkins Vet Clinic • Prairie's Edge • Rains & Sons Trucking ° The Quilting Post • S&G Heat & Air • Butterfly Treasures ° David's Cimarron Pho- tography ° Cimarron Valley Co-op * Sasser & Company Antiques • ) Perkins Food Center • Model Tee • Family Dollar ° Ralph's Pack- ing • Stillwater Radio Co ty " " un commissioner open, evaluate bids By Moira K. Wiley Joumal Staff Writer Payne County Commission- ers opened bids for the lease/ purchase of motor graders and evaluated bids on six differ- ent items previously presented during their regular meeting on Monday. Bid envelopes received by four different companies for the lease/ purchase of motor graders were opened. Of the four companies, OCL Equipment and C.L. Boyd Company, Inc., both sent in no bids. Both companies are out of Oklahoma City. Of the remain- ing two companies, Northern Equipment Co.. out of Enid, submitted a bid for a 2003 John Deere at a monthly lease price of $2666.14 on a five-year full- payout lease or $145,124 for an outright purchase. The remaining company, G.W. Van Keppel Co., out of Tulsa, submitted a bid for two 2000 Volvos at a purchase price of $95,000 for either and two 2002 Volvos at a cost of $114,000. Of the two 2000 models, one had a total of 1900 hours of use and the other 2400 hours. Of the two 2002 models, one had 12 hours of use and the other 67 hours. All bids will be evaluated before a bid contract is awarded. After evaluating bids on bid #2003-74 for highway strip- ing, District #1 Commissioner Bill Deering and District #3 Commissioner Jim Arthur both accepted the bid submitted by Time Striping Co., Inc., out of Van Buren, Ark. Although Time Striping did not submit the lowest bid, both commissioners chose to go with this company and reject the lowest bid based on previous experience with the alternate company. Time Striping had the next lowest and best bid agreed both commissioners. On bid 2003-75 for highway chip and seal, both commission- ers chose to go with the lowest bid submitted by Wood & Sons Paving, Inc. out of Edmond. On bid 2003-77 for private security for the health depart- ment, commissioners accepted the bid submitted by Stillwater Private Security & Investigations on recommendation by the health department at a rate of $11.25 per hour. Bid 2003-76 for medical sup- plies for the health department was tabled until a recommenda- tion was received from the health department. On bid 2003-62 for road bed stabilizer, both commissioners accepted Mineral Solutions for Fly Ash, Silver Star Construc- tion for Kiln Dust and Scottwood For Ammonium Ligin Commissioner Deering J Environmental a lack a need for the while accepted the bid. On bid 2003-68 services rejected and the bid. This reason bidding was due to in the way each one bid by the ton/mile. The be by ton/mile only. It ma00es 120 I behind me, I never /00/il,i >!i)71; ! ,( • 3 "NoaFee" ....... • Night Deposit Drop, 24 hours a day --7 days a week • Online Banking • Multiple Banking Locations (New Convenience I I I ! I I I Branch Location on HWY33 Coming Soon) I Weekday Hours Lobby: Mon'Thur 8:00-3:00, Fri 8:00-4:30 Drive-Up Teller: Mon-Thur 7:30-4:00, Fri 7:30-6:00 Weekend Hours Lobby: Sat 8:00-Noon Drive-up Teller: Sat 7:30-Noon You Can Payne Countv Bank oW Us! 202 S. 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