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Community THE JOURNAL, Thursday, October 4, 2018 - A7 Wreaths Across America Topic At Rotary Lou Watkins, chair of the Fairlawn Cemetery board of directors was the guest speaker for the September 27 meeting of the Stillwater Frontier Rotary Club. Lou talked about the Wreaths Across America campaign and the event that will take place at Fairlawn Cemetery on December 15, 2018. Watkins was welcomed by club president Butch Koemel (left) and Rotarian of the day Jonathan Udoka (right). Photo provided FIRST CLASS SELF STORAGE Computer Controlled Access Floor to Ceiling Steel PartiSons Security Gate, Fence & Lighting Insulated Roof 2417 Access Available VISA, MC & Discover Convenient Rent byPhone Free Disk Lock w/Unit Rental 417 W. Freeman Perkins 14051 7-tlt ag 5ale Friday, Octobe,-6pm /i Saturday, October 6, 9am-2pm (Closed 12-12:30pm) 3008 W. McMurtry Rd Stillwater Watch for signs - NO EARLY SALES 1963 35 Massey Tractor, 9 im- plements including finish mower, blade, scoop, tiller, cultivator; trail- ers, signs, tools, camping, fishing, Wild Turkey Decanters, sewing machine, TVs, refrigerator, washer, dryer, Fostoria, china, china cabinet, household plus more! This is only a partial listing! B P fl fl'OM R 4MI Exclusive art, McEIroy Hall Ag Hall Animal Science, OSU Libraq, ATRC, Old Central, etc. o Custom Picture Framing Biploma Specialists 90B IUI= Mon.-F~ 9:30arn - 6pro. Sat. loam - 4pro 872-0690 www.maxires~mes.m'n Pictured: Cade McCutchen and Luke Myers. Bonfire photo courtesy of Justin W~iK IBIJMCK Payne County Leadership Connections Class 9 is front row (I to r): Phil Dysinger, Suzette Barta, Amber Sawyer, Lissette Minges, Rebecca Singer. Middle row: Rhonda Madison, Shawn Howell, LeNell Bowen, Deann McKeever, Alex Penny, Trenton Inselman. Back row: Jamie Richardson, Justin Hill, Brent Youngman, Dustin Bledsoe, Robert Linder. Not pictured: Tim Jolly, Rick Craven, Shane Harland. Photo provided Payne County Leadership Class 9 set Payne County Leadership Connections, PCLC, is the county leadership program sponsored by the Payne County Extension Office. The program is currently in its 9th year and is hosting Class 9. Individuals from across the entire county are encouraged to apply to the program. Class 9 is comprised of individuals from Cushing, Perkins, and Stillwater. From Cushing are: Tim Jolly, Lifeline Assembly Church; Robert Umder, City of Cushing; Brent Youngman, City of Cushing; and Jamie Richardson, Lions Meadows of Hope. Representing Perkins is Dustin Bledsoe of Payne County Bank. Participating from Still- water are LeNell Bowen, Payne County D'tstrict 2; Rick Craven, Stillwater NewsPress; Phil Dys'mger, University and Community Federal Credit Union; Shane Harland, Still- water YMCA; Justin Hill, City of Stillwater; Shawn Howell, Payne County District 2; and Trenton Inselman, Stillwater Chamber of Commerce. Also included in Class 9 from Stillwater are: Rhonda Madison, Lions Meadows of Hope, DeAnn McKeever, Stillwater Chamber of Com- merce; Lissette Minges,TSEF Healthy Living Program; Alex Penny, RCB Bank; Amber Sawyer, ASCO Aerospace; and Rebecca Singer, Mill Creek Roofing. Reedy Photography. ORDER HOMECOMING BONFIRE/GAME/PINK OUT SHIRTS TODAY BY SPM AT PERKINS DRU , Class 9 recently held its and television studios. The opening orientation session class was also able to peek into as well as its first regular ses- coach's offices, the football sion, which included a series weight room, and the 'q'eam of tours on the campus of Table" (where student athletes Oklahoma State University. must eat 2 meals per day.) For the OSU session, the PCLC will continue to class received a personal tour meet on the second Wednes- of The Botanic Garden under day aftemoon of the month the direction ofPayne county through May 2019. The Extension Horticulture Educa- 9-month program will feature tor, Keith Reed. visits to each of the com- Participants also learned munities in Payne County. about the services provided to Coming up soon are Irips to the state by the Robert M. Kerr Cushing (October), Perkins Food and Agricultural Prod- (November), and Glencoe ucts Center, or FAPC. FAI (December). Business and Marketing spe- Class 9 is now closed. It will cialists, Chuck Willoughby run September 2018 through and Andrea Graves, led the May 2019. Anyone inter- group on their tour of this ested in this program should facility that has been assisting note that it recruits over the food related businesses in the summer months, with appli- state for 20 years, cations generally being due in The highlight of the OSU August ofeach year. Forrnore session for most participants information, andto followthe was probably the tour of adventuresofClass9,besure Boone Pickens Stadium by to "Like" their Facebook page head athletic photographer, @paynecountyconnections. Bruce Wateffield. Water- You may also contact Suzette field took lime from his busy Barta at the Payne County scheduieofphotographingour Extension office with ques- student athletes to show our dons about the program. Call class around the athletic photo 405-747-8320. 419 E. 33 Perkins 405-5 7-8663 Open 7 days a week Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness and PTHS Football. 820 N. 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