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Harmon County “Cotton Pickin’ Festival


Cotton Pickin’


The 4th Annual Harmon County Festival


will


be held on Saturday, October 13th in Hollis, Oklahoma. Saturday morning’s events will begin with the annual parade at 10:00 a.m. Included in the parade will be the reigning Miss Cotton Country 2011, Teen Miss Cotton Country 2011, Little Miss Cotton Country 2011 and Tiny Miss Cotton Country 2011.


There


will be antique cars, antique tractors, fl oats, motorcycles and much more. The Antique Car Show sponsored by the Gollihare family will be held again this year. Anyone wanting to have their vehicle in the parade will need to meet at 9:30 a.m. at the Harmon County Coop. The car show will begin immediately after the parade. Or get your Antique


Tractor tuned up and


in shape and drive it in the 10:00 parade!! Every year local quilters get together and make a beautiful quilt to be given away.


This year’s quilt


will be given away at the November, 2012 Annual Meeting.


new quilt making it unique, beautiful and a highly sought out prize. You can purchase a chance (or several


In This Issue:


Harmon County Cotton Pickin Festival & Opry..........................1 From the Desk of Charles Paxton................................................2 Statement of Nondiscrimination..................................................2 Energy Effi ciency Tip of the Month.............................................2 Happy Birthday Willie Wiredhand................................................3


Be a Fam With a Plan.........................................................3 Classifi ed Ads....................................................................4 Submit Your Recipes.........................................................4 6 Can Soup.........................................................................4 Hidden Account Number Worth $70.00...........................4


The quilters outdo themselves with each


chances) on the quilt at the museum. Bring your kids, as other festival attractions include a moon jump and games for the children. One change this year is the location of the vendors. Instead of lining the streets downtown, the vendors will pack the Hollis Civic Center and the outside area around the building with their unique merchandise and arts & crafts. Come do some early Christmas shopping for your


family or better yet, pamper yourself with a nice gift! A BBQ meal will be served at the Hollis Civic Center from 11:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.


The


meal which is prepared by local country cooks always proves to be very delicious. The Miss Cotton Country pageant will be held at the Hollis High School auditorium at 3:30 p.m. The new Miss Cotton Country 2012 will be chosen along with the Teen Miss Cotton Country 2012, Little Miss Cotton Country 2012 and Tiny Miss Cotton Country 2012.


For information on booth rent, contests, quilt tickets, etc. contact the Harmon County Historical Museum at 580-688-9545 or harcomuseum@pldi.net.


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