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Hugo PRCA Rodeo


Hugo Homecoming & Fire Truck Parade


Mike Armes Memorial Bass Tournament


OK Free Wheel Run, Idabel Ft. Towson Homecoming


Owachito-Festival of the Forest, Broken Bow


Juneteenth Celebration Cora Lee Park, Hugo Father’s Day


Boswell Homecoming


Fireworks Show, Choctaw Casino, Hugo


Fireworks Lake Raymond Gary State Park


Fireworks Coffman Stadium, Idabel Soper Homecoming


9-11 Camp Discover Forest Heritage Center Broken Bow


26-27 Watermelon Festival, Valliant


Birthday Greetings to CEC Employees


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Lori Bryan Karen Billy


Billy Lampton Mary Ann Webb Scotty Littles Jia Johnson


Terry Kinslow Brad Phillips


Blood Drive Set


For July 10 Donors receive tickets to Red Hawks and OKC Zoo


he Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) is teaming up with Choctaw Electric Cooperative, Choctaw County Sheriffs Department, Hugo Police Department, Hugo Fire Department and Choctaw County EMS to boost the blood supply with an All-American Blood Drive.


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The drive will be held on July 10th from 11 am - 6 pm at the Kiamichi Technology Center (Room 107) in Hugo.


All healthy persons 16 and older and meeting certain requirements are encouraged to donate blood.


Donors will receive two tickets to the July 28 Oklahoma City Red Hawks game, two tickets to the Oklahoma City Zoo and a Feel Fierce T-shirt.


The All American Blood Drive comes at a crucial time due to the decline in blood donors during the July 4 holiday week. The OBI provides every drop of blood needed by patients in Oklahoma hospitals and 140 other medical facilities across Oklahoma.


“Holidays put incredible stress on the blood supply for patients in our state,” said John Armitage, M.D., Oklahoma Blood Institute president and chief executive. “We are grateful for all donors who can help Oklahomans who will need blood through the Independence Day holiday, when our donations tend to decline.”


Blood donations can be made every 56 days. Oklahoma Blood Institute is the ninth largest, non-profit blood center in America. To avoid waiting in line at the drive, please schedule an appointment to donate blood, by calling Shana Wood, 580-559-0423, or Guy Dale, 800-780-6496, or visit www.obi.org.


* 16 year olds must weigh at least 125 and provide signed parental permission, 17 year olds must weigh at least 125 pounds, 18+ year olds must weigh at least 110 pounds.


Youth Tour Reunion is June 20 Former Youth Tour winners gather in Oklahoma City


Youth Tour winners, chaperons and sponsors of all ages will have plenty to talk about at the upcoming Youth Tour Reunion. The event on Saturday, July 20, 2013 takes place at the Reed Convention Center, located at I-40 and Sooner Road in Midwest City.


Registration is free for the Youth Tour participant and one guest. Additional guests are $10 each.


Jennifer Dempsey, Oklahoma Youth Tour coordinator, said the event is guaranteed fun. “We’ll have photo booths, a photo/ video presentation, speakers, food, and free reunion t-shirts,” she said.


Participants are encouraged to bring Youth Tour memorabilia and other items related to their Youth Tour experience.


For details, visit the Oklahoma Youth Tour Reunion page on Facebook, or contact Jennifer Dempsey at 405-478-1455.


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