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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, October 4, 2001-7A I '! :i P-T FFA has good showing at Oklahoma State Fair P-T FFA members participated in the Adopt a last week. ,on FFA participates a Highway program e Perkins-Tryon FFA held their annual fall trash pickup. They up two miles of trash south of Perkins. After picking up an hour, they went back to the Ag classroom and held a discussing upcoming events and ate pizza. On September 15' the FFA went to Oklahoma City to judge dairy and livestock. The dairy teams placed first and second out of thirty- seven teams. The members consisted of Eric Kinzie, Brad Chapman, Daasha Cundiff, and Aubrey Turner for the first place team; Jer- emy Graham, Drew Wright, Jeremy McCasland, and Austin McCasland for the second place team. We also had high individual, Jeremy Graham. Brad Chapman got sixth and Eric Kinzie got third. The livestock team got third out of sixty teams. The members consisted of Brent Sadler, Brent DeMuth, Kyle Dollins, and Chris Carroll. An all around excellent job. The first place team will also be representing Oklahoma at the National Convention in Louisville, Kentucky on October 24. i English muffin/ egg or assorted cereal, fruit juice, toast for ce- Y, milk Apple cinnamon , sausage aSsorted fruit juice, milk, 10/10: Breakfast assorted cereal, raisin fruit juice, jelly, 1: Cinnamon rolls sausage patty, cereal, assorted fruit milk Sausage gravy or assorted margarine patty, M :Cheeseburger macaroni, corndogs, mixed vegetables, pineapple tidbits, hot roll, milk, mustard, marga- rine patty ~: Pizza burger or corn dog, tator tots, peach crisp, vanilla ice cream cup, milk, mustard, ketchup W ne~: Taco pie or corn dog,. black-eyed peas, pears, peanut butter cookies, ketchup, mustard, milk ]]I~L~: Chicken & rice or corn dog, peas, fresh apples, hot roll, milk, margarine patty, ketchup, mustard ~: Barbecue sand- wich on bun, corn dogs, corn on the cob, okra, cheese cake, milk, mustard, margarine patty Dairy 1" Ist place dairy cattle evaluation (37 teams). 1.Aubrey Turner 2.Brad Chapman 3.Eric Kinzie 4.Daasha Cundiff. Enid's first Mind, Body & Spirit fair to be held in October Enid's first Body, Mind & Spirit Fair is set for Oct. 13-14, 2001 in the Cherokee Strip Con- ference Center, on the south side of the downtown square. Admis- sion to the fair and lectures is free to the public. Hours will be l0 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Vendors from Lawton Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Enid, Perkins, Drummond and Union, Mo. will be offering products for the body and spirit. Booths will include cookbooks, cutlery, nutritional supplements, T-shirts, facials, Ortho-Bionomy body work, many kinds of jewelry includ- ing handmade pieces, angel pins, crosses, precious and semi- Generation Gap meets with House Committee on child support issues Cutie pie pear halves, French fries, coleslaw, cherry strip, milk/juice Chili cheese dogs, relish/onions, French fries, On September 19th, Generation G.A.P. (grandparents and parents) attended the Oklahoma House of Representatives Judiciary Committee on analysis of existing child support P a n c a k e s, lemon chiffon pie, milk/juice guidelines. ), fruit, milk/juice ~ B~ The Federal Government on a. chicken glazers, macaroni sai a fouv:Year cycle mandates this jellyt greenlk eans, hotroll/butter, frtt review .,of chi!d ,support milk/juice Sausage-egg- milk/ Donut twist, milk/juice Steak fingers, cocktail, milk/juice '~ Indian tacos, lettuce/tomato/cheese, Butter- fingers, brownies, milk/juice Cheesebur- gers, lettuce/tomato/onions, pickles/chips, dream bars, milk/ juice guidelines ......... . Generation G.A,E presented their views on "Shared Parenting", so that children have equal access to both parents and extended families, establishing an Office of Access Enforcement within the Office daughter wants me have the very she knows I still independence." r ds. A ts Fea : ' Large one & two bedroom designs Upto 1o06 ft. design private baths ' 24 Hour .security 'Three balanced meals ' l'lou keeping and laundry . . . lanned acuwUcs 'Call signals in bedr(x)n .and bathrOOlqll Mon to month rental Complete building and gtxmnds maintenance Transportation to town Bathing assistance Wake-in servic Personalized assistance Supporting .services Assistance with specific medi l needs such as skin care, toileting and coordination of physical therapy "and other rvic'es Personal care Medicatkm a,, sistance Health care Food tray ,service i t of the District Attorney to oversee and file grievances on access denial complaints, using parents as the first choice for daycare providers, and establishing accountability of child support funds. ~ Other people presenting their views were the Bar Association, Department of Human Services (DHS), Cl~ild Welfare, Dr.; ~tegoty' Paldmbo,' Oklahbma~ Representative Chavey, and a concerned father from Tulsa. It was recognized by the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee to develop a commission to study all ideas presented. On October 4u', Generation G.A.P. has arranged for Oklahoma House Representative Dale Wells to hear concerns and opinions of parents and grandparents, concerning child support guidelines and visitation issues. The meeting is in the Sirloin Stockade conference room in Stillwater at 6:30 p.m. Livestock 3rd 3"d place livestock judging team (60 teams), l.Felisa Murray - i : Okla. Shorthorn Princess 2.Brent DeMuth 3.Brent Sadler ii 4.Brooke Clay 5.Kyle Dollins 6.Chris Carroll. Dairy 2"z 2~ place dairy cattle evaluation (37 teams), l.Andrew Wright ! 2.Austin McCasland 3.Jeremy McCasland 4.Jeremy Graham - : high individual overall. precious stones, aromatherapy salts, aura photographs with a printed explanation or a video tape, medicine bags, tabletop fountains, items used in Feng Shui, magnets, figurines, in- cense burners, soaps, stained glass suncatchers, and many items for chefs and unusual kitchen items. There will be. many Christmas ornaments, re- frigerator magnets and gifts. Several vendors will offer a full (See Enid page 8A) Lachenmeyer Arts Center offers a variety of adult/childrens classes The Lachenmeyer Arts Cen- ter is a Fine Arts facility created by the O.H. and Hattie Mae Lachenmeyer Development Trust to promote the Fine Arts in the Cushing community and surrounding areas. The Arts Center is a place where students, teachers and art- ists can be brought together for productive hands on experi- ences in a variety of art areas. The Arts Center will provide space and equipment for local art students and artists to meet and work. The Lachenmeyer Arts Cen. ter is located inside the Cushing Youth and Community Center at 700 S. Little. The adult classes offers painting, pottery, raku, and basketmaking. They also offer children art classes~ handbuilding with clay and holi-- day ornaments. For more information call the Lachenmeyer Arts Center at 918-225-7525. Taylor named to top 20 freshman men at OSU Joshua Taylor of Perkins has been named to the Top Twenty Freshman Men at Oklahoma State University for 2001. Selection of students is based upon scholarship, communit service, campus involvement and outstanding leadership from their freshman year. Taylor will now continue through the interview process from which the Top Ten Freshman Men will be selected. Each fall, Mortar Board is responsible for choosing Perkins Animal Control If you have questions, or if your pet is missing or you would like to adopt a dog, contact Perkins Animal Control Officer James Whitehead at 547-2855. Lawn & Garden .Lawn Mowers ,Plumbing .Electrical Paint .Automotive Parts students for the Top Freshman Women, and Omicron Delta Kappa chooses the Top Ten Freshman Men. Talor, the son of Kent and, Rosalee Taylor of Perkins, is a public relations major. During his freshman year he was. selected for the President's Leadership Council, Freshman Representative Council and Phi Eta Sigma honor society. He is a Lew Wentz Scholar, and OSU Valedictorian Scholar. an Arts and Sciences Dean's Scholar, takes part in the Honors. College, and is active in marching band, orchestra and" symphonic band. According to Jason Beene of Cushing, Omicron Delta Kappa. vice president and chair of the, Top Ten Freshman Men Committee, the selection process to choose the Top Twenty individuals was difficult because of the number of well-' qualified students. "The Top Twenty Freshman' Men selection is always a difficult process because of all' the outstanding students at OSU," Beene said. "This year. there were more than 60, applicants for Top Ten Freshman Men, which we then graded on leadership, scholarship, community service, and other qualities that make an outstanding student." The Top Ten Freshman Men ! ,ii :!i ii ii i ,i~ii and Women wdl be formally Companionship key ,,., ,-, recognized, along with their hav an nnnnrtunitV tO make new ="u ...... , ....... ,-- .... , ........ v ..... , ...... 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