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Help us promote your event by sending event details in advance. Please send event information to Jennifer Boling/Inside Your Co-op/PO Box 758, Hugo, OK 74743; or e-mail info to jboling@choctawelectric.coop. Events and dates are subject to change.


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May 4-5


April Fool’s Day


American Indian Youth Leadership Spring Pow Wow McCurtain Co. Sports Complex, 580-584-3365


Dogwood Days Festival Idabel, 580-286-3305 Kelly Miller Circus, Hugo Income tax day


19-20 Big Foot Festival, Honobia 580-244-7323 Earth Day


24-26 Governors Turkey Hunt, Hugo 580-326-7511


Spring Art Show, Frisco Depot Hugo 580-326-3945


Relay for Life Benefit Roping Rodeo Arena, Hugo 580-298-7320 or 580-372-1190


City Wide Yard Sale, Valliant 580-933-5050


4-7 Red Slough Birding Convention, Idabel 580-286-3305


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Kiamichi Independent Bikers Spring Rally & Bike Show Idabel, 580-212-6949


Mr. Crappie Fishing Tournaments, Hugo Lake 580-326-7511


Hugo PRCA Rodeo June 1 580-317-3822


Birthday Greetings to CEC Employees


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Susan Wall David Young


Harrison Shipp


Big Hairy Festival in Honobia Big Foot Fest welcomes primate lovers on April 19-20


at the upcoming Big Foot Festival in Honobia, you won’t have to throw a rock far to find someone willing to sing a song of Sasquatch. True story or tall tale, there will be plenty to capture the imagination on April 19-20, 2013.


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Bring your own ATV for group rides through some of Big Foot’s favorite backcountry or enjoy a nature walk. Family friendly entertainment abounds with live music, games and activities, an art show, arts and crafts booths, food, and enough Big Foot memorabilia and gifts to satisfy any primate lover. A festival favorite takes place Friday evening, when folks gather around the fireside to share stories of personal encounters with Big Foot. Throughout the day, the public is invited to attend presentations from ‘Squatch experts from around the country, who lay out enough interesting data to make any skeptic wonder.


It all takes place at Moon Dog Ranch near Honobia. Primitive tent camping and limited RV camping with electric hookups is available. To track down further details, please call Moon Dog Ranch at 580-244- 7323 at or visit www. http://www.travelok. com/listings/view.profile/id.19489


Country music benefit concert


Bo Phillips and Morris McCann bring Red Dirt sound to Hugo Two of Oklahoma’s finest singer- songwriters will bring their talent to Hugo on April 6 for a special concert benefiting Relay for Life.


Bo Phillips and Morris McCann arrived at country music from different paths but both musicians have developed a staunch base of down-home support.


Raised in southeast Oklahoma by his grandparents, Bo Phillips is a household name among Red Dirt music fans.


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Morris McCann got his start playing Oklahoma honky tonks with his father. Today, he entertains across the country with a sound reminiscent of legendary greats such as Don Williams or Merle Haggard. Still, his voice is uniquely his own and his lyrics memorable.


The concert starts at 7 pm at the Bill Grant Event Center in Hugo. Tickets are $10 per person. For more info, please call Guy Dale, 580-326-6486, ext. 227.


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