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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, November 13, 2003-A3 ca! News House held at EduCare Center celebrates with an Open House on Two Star status. They earned the Two Star h the Oklahoma Department of Human Services' for the Stars" accreditation program. From left, Chey- Amanda Smalley, Connor Johnson and Kerry Morton. is a non-profit daycare center that is located inside the First United Methodist Church at 1005 E. Kirk. Photo provided " g planned for Baptist church and information concerning a new start in the north !area will be held Tues. Nov. 18, at 6:30 p.m. Senior Citizen No childcare will be Church Planter the Baptist Gen- of Oklahoma, information and questions concerning of another Bap- in the Perkins area. for planting/starting in Oklahoma is as it has ever been. is growing rapidly and the City of Perkins and surrounding area is definitely part of that growth. The BGCO is challenging Baptist associations and churches to "Each One Plant One" to meet the spiritual and ministry needs that existing churches may not be able to provide. If you are interested in becom- ing part of a new church start or just curious about the possibili- ties of what planting/starting a new Baptist church would mean, you are welcome to come to the meeting. An interest evaluation time will follow the information meeting. from 3 J :gistration Form: Send form to "Best fliday Lighting Contest," P. O. Box 452 rkins. OK 74059. Print Address Number may be taken of my decorations E-Mail Us! Get your ideas to us quickly! Just e-mail us! 8 Items to: news@theperkinsjoumal.com ads to: ads@theperkinsjournal.com letters to: letters@theperkinsjournal.com Items to: sports@theperkinsjournal.com Good News Community Church News !!! ! We are bursting at the seams ! our growth, beginning November 10:00 am, our worship service will be Park Retreat Center, 805 E. Kirk Street. (West of the Masonic Lodge) would like to express our thanks to the Lodge for the use of their facility; giving OpportuniO, to begin, build and grow our church family. to seeing you in our new location, with lots more le room!!! v 10:00 a.m. Oak Park Retreat Center. God Bless. November declared National Family Caregivers Month President George W. Bush has declared November as National Family Caregivers Month. Millions of Americans make extraordinary efforts every day to care for loved ones who are elderly, chronically ill, or dis- abled. These caregivers make many sacrifices to improve the lives of their loved ones. Through their love, dedication, and courage, these compassion- ate children, parents, spouses, grandparents, and extended family members strengthen and preserve the importance of family and reflect the true character of our Nation and community. The Bush Administration is supporting family caregivers in their efforts to provide comfort to their loved ones. The National Family Caregiver Support Program, managed by the Administration on Aging of the Department of Health and Human Services, gives family caregivers counseling, information, respite care, and supplemental services. To date, several families in the community surrounding the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma have taken advantage of the Tribe's Caregiver Program and have used it to provide care for their loved ones. Our salute goes out to these care- giver families this month and throughout the year! For more information on how to take advantage of the Tribe's program contact Linda Big Soldier, Caregiver Program Coordinator, 405/547-2402. l)atabases available the public You may access the following online databases and catalogs through the Library's website at www.t-w.lib.ok.us (adult services/online databases) or through the Oklahoma Depart- ment of Libraries website, www.odl.state.ok.us. Click on "Digital Prairie." Access the databases and catalogs using the following access and contact information from the Thomas- Wilhite Memorial Library: Databases: SIRS Discover. SIRS Discover Deluxe is designed especially for the younger reader and researcher. User ID: OK3185H, password: 74059. EBSCO Host. Comprehensive online collections of full text articles, searchable databases and a kids-oriented service called "Searchosaurus." User ID: perkins, password: wil- hite. FirstSearch. Bibliographic information from 13,000 jour- nals, MEDLINE, ERIC, GPO Monthly Catalog and other heavy duty finding aids. User ID: 100137786, password: grub, grub. Interlibrary Loan Statewide Catalog. Helps you locate materials that are not on the shelves of the local library. Thomas-Wilhite Memorial Library will order the materials for library card holders. Return postage cost is required. No access required. World Cat. The world's most comprehensive bibliography. User ID: 100137786, pass- word: grub, grub. Payne County J00mior Miss selected Yale High School senior, Ashleigh Reed, daughter of Bob and Ladonna Reed, was selected as ;>004 Payne County's Junior Miss on Oct. 12 at the Stillwater Community Center. She will be competing for the title of Oklahoma's Junior Miss at Oklahoma City University, Jan. 6-10, 2004. Ashleigh is receiving her title from ?003 Oklahoma's Junior Miss, Maggie Talley, of Stillwater. If you will be a senior next fall and are interested in being a con- testant in next years program you can contact Director, Richard Hawkins, at asdxrwhosu@yahoo.com or (405) 743-0233. "Hoop, hoop, hurray" Courtney Snyder playing the hoop game at the Kid's Karnival held Oct. 31. Photo provided Book Week to be observed by Barbara Ahring Thomas-Wilhite Memorial Library will observe Book Week, November 17-23. Read- ing is a right! "Free to Read." this year's theme for the 84th observance of The Children's Book Council's Children's Book Week encourages chil- dren, and the adults who care for them, to exercise your right by spending some time with a b(vok each day. Since 1919, educators, l i brar- ians. txxksellers, and families have celebrated Children's Book Week during the week before Thanksgiving. All children that visit the library during Children's Book Week will receive read- ing incentives. Other activities will be available. Lucas offers spring Washington internships OKLAHOMA CITY -- U.S. but applications must be "lhe young people in the Third Congressional District inter- ested in government to gain valuable work experience as interns in one of his congres- sional offices. Lucas is now accepting applications for college-age Oklahoma students to work next spring as interns in either his Washington, D.C. or Oklahoma offices. "There's no better opportu- nity for young people inter- ested in the legislative pro- cess than through firsthand experiences as a congressio- nal intern," Lucas said. Along with assisting staff members with general admin- istrative tasks such as direct- ing phone calls and distrib- uting mail. students selected as interns will also have the opportunity to accompany staff to congressional com- mittee meetings and con- stituent events, give Capitol VIP tours to Oklahoma constituents, and assist staff with legislative or constituent research projects. "Our interns are an impor- tant part of my staff," Lucas said. "We rely on them to help keep the office running smoothly and to represent our state to visitors of our congressional office." There is still time to apply, I I I Thank you! On behalf of the Perkins Tryon 4-H and FFA students, parents, and Ag Boosters we would like to express our appreciation to the individuals, businesses, .and commun,0000or,ourcont,nu,00 support of the 4-H and FFA I! and application forms can be viewed and downloaded from www.house.gov/lucas. Or to receive a Washington internship application by mail, contact the Washing- ton Congressional office at (202) 225-5565. To receive an Oklahoma internship application, call the Cana- dian County office at (405) 373-1958. "It's a great opportunity in either office," Lucas said. "In Washington, interns experi- ence legislation's progres- sion - from the Member's office, to the committee room, to the House floor. In the Oklahoma offices, students can see firsthand the different ways a member of congress works to forge a positive working relationship with his or her constituents. "Being an Intern is the pre- ferred first step in the career route of a legislative aide. Most of my staff, including all of my Washington staff, got their start as an intern." The Spring internship session lasts for 14 weeks from January to early May. If necessary the office can accommodate students' other internships or work respon- sibilities. Along with their applica- tion form, students must submit a resume and two letters of recommendation. Although the internship is an unpaid position, students are encouraged to contact their college advisor to inquire about receiving course credit or financial assistance in exchange for their service and learning experience in the office. More information about Frank Lucas' internship program is available on his website, or potential interns can call the Washington or Canadian County offices and ask to speak with the Internship Coordinator.