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December 14, 2017

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THE JOURNAL, Thursday, December 14, 2017 - A9 / ay Closings for Stillwater The City of Stillwatcr Senior .Also,awalkinglrail Monday, Wednesday, and saw puzzle table and test your , Activity Center will close is located right outside by the Friday at 9:30 am. A chair is pttzzle skills. Friday, December 22 and Center, in Couch Park. Regular providedforthesittingexercises Tuesday, December 19 - ,Monday, December 25 for hours at the Senior Center are and for support while doing the Work off a few more calories 7 .The willalso Monday through Friday, 9:30 standing ones. Slretchy bands intheZumbawithAngieexer- be closed Friday, December am. to 4:30 pan.; and music and bouncing balls are uti- else/dance class. Their routine ,29 and Monday, Jantmry 1 for night is held on the second lized to test your flexibility and is done to fast moving music. New Years. The Center offers and fourth Thursday, from6to coordination. Women's pool They naeet every Tuesday and manyaetivitiesf rpersons,50 8:30 pan. The facility is closed 6me begins at 9:30 aan., also. Thursdayat 10:30a.m. Good + andover, such as; card games, on weekends. Stop by 1015E. They play several rounds of sturdy shoes are required for :social and duplicate bridge, 12m Ave. or cal1405-747-8080 liiendly 8-ball pool and always all the quick stepping, noback- 'pool and snooker, exercise forrnoreinfonnafionandmake welcome new players to join less, slide on types are allowed. + classes, line dancing, Zumba, sure to pick up a calendar of them. Alter the exercise class, Afternoon games include; Bingo, apainting class, and an events.Pleasenote: musicnight at 10:30 am. line dancers start duplicate bridge, canasta and ,eve ingofmusicwithcounlry will not be held for lhe rest of boot scootin' to country songs, pool/snooker. Most cards ,tunes performed by several the month due to the holidays. Theyhave alot offun, while games begin at 1 pan. except mamieians.Exet ise t Monday, December l8-Get getting some gcod exercise. At forduplicatebridgewhichstarts that includes an bike, in shape before the holidays by 1 pan. canasta, social bridge, at 12:15 pan. Two rounds of : a treadmill, and a weight set joining the free exercise class, pool, and snooker are played, bingo are called at 2 pan. It is late available for use in the Sit 'n Be Fit, offered every Also, you can check out the jig a fun time and everybody wins Activity Wednesday, 20- The Sit 'nBe Fit exemise class and the women pool players ozne ready to stmpe win some rounds of 8-ball, starting at 9:30 ann. Then at 10:30 ann., line dancers do stare quick slepping to ctxmlry ames. Games of canasta and other card games are played starting anmnd 1 pan. along with pool and snooker. A puzzle is always out ready to be solved. Thursday, Decemher 21 - Members of the guitar class practice their lessons every Thursday at 9:30 aan. Then at 10:30 aan. it is to Zambia again. Class members move with Angle and work on their steps to the Latin American mttsic.'Ilaebrings ont canasta, and pool ers,at 1 pan.Excitinggamesof bingo begin at 2 pan. Friday, December 22 - The Center is closed. I_astweeks duplk bridge winners were: Lionel Raft and A1 Perry, lst; and Terry Miller and Camille John- ston, 2 place. Social bridge winners weae Coo Mermem, 1= andDona Stritxke,2 Win- ners for Friday's duplicate bridge wen'e: Lionel Raffand AI Perry, 1=; and Meg Klelke and Adrienne Hyle, came in 2'=. i S 4 g and Cookie Exchange fun and fellowship! We'll enjoy children and holiday offerings, enjoy cookies and cocoa, then head out to carol our homebound neighbors. Lessons and Carols Service Celebrate the fullness of the Christ story from Creation to birth with traditional readings and a festival of music Candlelight Christmas Eve Services Bring the family as you are to celebrate the gift of Christ with carols and communion by candlelight. I=WaCu Flr tlnit iI lltaa l lm AKINS b; Page A 1 from her injuries at the scene" accorfflng to the affidavit. The other three back-seat passengers were transported to the OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City with incapad- taring injuries, while the front- seat passenger was taken to the Cushing hospital for treatment ofherinjuries,the affidavit said. When Akins, who was transported from the scene to ltae Slillwater Medical Center by the Creek County Ambu- lance Service for trealment of her injuries, was asked what happened, "she stated she was driving fast and lost control" the affidavit alleged. Akins' driver's license had a restriction that limits the times of the day she can drive and the number of her passengers who are not family members, the affidavit said. "The collision occurred at approximately 3:20 aan. and the subject (Akins) was allowed to drive during the hours of 5 ann.to 10 pan." the trooper wrote in his aflidavit. 'q'here were five passengers in the vehicle at the time of lhe collision, with none of them being related to the subject (Akius) or 21 years of age or older. "It was determined the vehicle was at a speed of 124 m.p.h, five seconds before hnt and a speedof92 m.ph. at impact. The posted speed limit on 9th Street where this collision occurred is posted at 45 m.p.h." the affidavit said. When Akins was ewed shortly before 10 ann. on July 12 at the Cushing police station with her parents present, she said"they went to Stillwater to go to the IHOP," alter Which they traveled back to Cushing where they picked up a back- seat passenger, then started toward Agm to drop offanother back-seat passenger, the aflida- vit said. "She stated she didn't remern- her how fast she was driving, but knew the speed limit was 45 m.p.h. Trooper Hatcher asked her if she was driving more than 100 m.p.h.; she said she doesn't think so. He asked her if she turned her headligt off at any point. She staled she did not remember. "She was able to tell us she was not supposed to have any more than one occulmnt in the vehicle unless it was family:' Trooper Harper alleged in his affidavit. "It is believed her actiom were reckless with disregard for property and lives. It is further believed she was in violation of her driver license restriction;' the trooper wrote in his affidavit. ppoPl Gr .p Date: LastTuesdayofevery month Time: Meal Service at 6:00pm Place: The Renaissance Call: Ginger Thomas 405.742,4900 Date: Quarterly Meetings; Third Tuesday of January, April, July, October ,.r-~n'#+ mo~..e,~~~ Time: 12:00 p.m. Place: SMC, West Conference Center ~lx~t'~e. Email: bosembuddies~"tillwater-medical.org ~e-~ie~i~n~~ This is a four-part program or all Saturday class (on odd months) taught byregist d# nurses for first-birth ram tie(or xperience+ families who want more in+depth Tues:dune 6, 13, 20,27 Sat:July 1.5; 9:00 a.m.-4;O0 p;m. LoQtion: SMC West Conf. m ,: Cost: $30 per couple After reaching your 32nd weekof Date: Fourth Thursday of each month pregnancy, the staff on Maternal Child " A ,~ed b~ing instru~orwill + .... Time:12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. HeathOnit(MCHU) oU|dlikey0uto t achyouthe'hows and"whysl"o Place: SMC, aonska Conference Center " en o + / breastfeeding This dass is d6s hedt0 Call: .405.880.3089 make an appomtm tt see us durtnq + ...... . ....: ............. : your 36th o 37th week.YouWilltour (he+ i ken during ths last two months of Llnitandmeetsomeofthestaff.AMCHUpregnancy, + i'. Date: EveryTuesday Time: 7:30- 9:00 p.m. Place: 1st Presbyterian Church {6 & Duck) Call: Don Brown 580,307.4697 Date: Second Monday of each month Time: 6:00- 7:00 p.m. Place: Honska Conf. Room at SMC Ca11:.405.533,3612 This group isfor persons with MS, their spouses/care partners, adult family members and friends. Date: Third Tuesday of each month Time: 7:00 p.m. Place: Room 138, Stillwater Public Library Call: Kim Seagraves, 405.612.0240 nurse will complete part of you l me: 6:00 assessment, consents will be siqned and infant security policies wilt be addressed. " You will be provided information and your questions will be answered regarding < labor anddelivery, mothedbaby care and follow-up care that is offered. Please bring years old and up. insurance/medical cardswith you. This Date: Wed:June 7 or July 5 appointment Will take approximately one Time: 6:00 p+m+ hou r. Location: SMC West Conf. Room Cost: Free A fellowship of men and women helping each other to live free of nicotine. For Information call: 405,880~6993 Date: Evenj Monday- 6:00 pm Race: 1st Christian Church, Duck & Matthews(West entrance, room 202) Call: Unda at 918.612.8346 SECURE, EAS AND FREE. Date: Rrst Tuesday of every Month Time: 5:30 p.m. Place: SMC Honska Conference Center Call: Sabiha Parveen, Ph.D., 405.744.5116 Web: stilMaterpdsu pport.weebly.com .~O'S Sang~Judy ~llRd Steve NormanJudy Slevlson Matt Hull, CFP 1 424 S+ Lewis4721 W, 61h, ~te. 150 1507 $ ,~gre Rd ~t~. 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