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Continued from page 11 luncheon. For more information, please contact James Mandrell (Johnson side) at (918) 207-6040, or Tammie Weese (Watson side) at (918) 207-8230.


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The Jay class of 1971 are planning a 40-year reunion this fall and looking for classmates to celebrate this occasion. Please contact Lark Hallum at 479-414-5613 or 918-326-0160.


The annual Pernell School Reunion will be held at the pavilion at Lake Humphrey near Marlow Sept. 16-18. Some will be camping. The BBQ meal will be at 6 p.m. on Sept. 17. Bring covered dish, lawn chairs and any pictures you many have. The class of 1961 will be honored. For more information, please call Oleta Henderson Blackburn at (580) 658-5355 or Jane McCarty Pemberton at (580) 255-4339.


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reunion will be held at Carters Landing in Tahlequah, Okla. on Sept. 10. Please bring auction items, favorite dishes and lawn chairs. For more information, contact elsiekeys1@hotmail.com or 918-457-5086.


Keystone School Cenntenial Celebration will be held Sept. 10 from 10 to 2 at Keystone School. We will be celebrating 100 years of Ranger Pride. If you have any old stories or pictures to share, please send copies to Keystone School, attention Karen Taylor, 23810 W. Hwy 51, Sand Springs, OK or email them to Ktaylor@keystone.k12.ok.us or check out our Facebook page titled Keystone School Centennial Celebration.


Atoka High School will have its Maroon & Gold Homecoming weekend Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 in Atoka, OK. Event will feature homecoming parade, sanctioned 5 & 10K run, 5K walk and kids’ race, alumni breakfast, class reunions and alumni banquet and hall of fame inductions. For more information,


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Earnest Family Reunion will be held Sept. 3 at the Okfuskeee County Fairgrounds in Okemah, OK. Lunch will be at noon. Anyone related or wanting to visit with the Earnests, please attend. For more information, call (918) 623-2191.


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The 35th annual Watonga Cheese Festival and Art wShow will be Friday and Saturday, October 7th and 8th. The Festival will kick off Friday at 9 a.m. with an opening ceremony at Centennial Park. The festival hours will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is $5, and includes entry for both days into the Craft Tents, Armory, Art Show, Quilt Show, Fiber Displays and free cheese tasting. Children under 12 are free. For further information or to rent a booth space, contact the Cheese Festival Chairperson, (580) 623-3367, email cwatonga@pldi.net or visit www. watongacheesefestival.com. OL


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