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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


AUGUST 4


7-9


National Nite Out – Hugo McCurtain Co. Rodeo


8 & 22 Pickin’ on the Porch, Antlers 21-23 23


Hugo FFA Rodeo


Choctaw Co. Relay for Life 5K Kick Off


SEPTEMBER 2-6 5-6


McCurtain Co. Fair, Idabel


Citywide Garage Sale, Valliant


9- 10/19 Master at Work Competition & Exhibition, Forest Heritage Center, Broken Bow


9


11-13 19-20


Fall Planting Festival, Honey Bear Farm, Broken Bow Choctaw Co. Fair, Hugo Boswell FFA Rodeo


19-20 Pushmataha Co. Fair, Antlers 20


25-26 27


Idabel Main Street Quad Fest, Idabel


CEC Annual Meeting, Hugo


Birthday Greetings to CEC Employees


AUGUST 1 5 6 8


Dale Smith Kaleb Payne Sid House


14 Guy Smith 14 23 26 27


6 | august 2014


Raymond Allen Stan Self


Chandy Abney Paul Berry


Jeremy Billingsley


American Cancer Society Relay for Life, McCurtain Co.


Choctaw Nation Farmers Market


Offers Bountiful Harvest Shop early for the best pick of fresh veggies and fruits


BY ZACH MAXWELL S


ummer is here and Choctaw Nation farmers markets are in full bloom across southeastern Oklahoma.


Local growers typically deliver their produce on Wednesdays at 9 a.m. to Choctaw Nation Community Centers or senior buildings in Durant, Atoka, Hugo, McAlester, Stigler, Broken Bow and Idabel. The farmer’s markets are open from 9 a.m. until noon, unless produce sells out. For the best selection, consumers are encouraged to shop early


Local Farmers Markets


Southeast Oklahomans who appreciate fresh produce can find it at the following local farmers markets.


Antlers Farmers Market 704 W. Main, Antlers


Wednesday & Saturday, 8 am - noon


Choctaw Nation Farmers Markets Choctaw Nation Community Centers Hugo, Atoka, Broken Bow and Idabel. Wednesday, 9 am.


Items found at the markets include tomatoes, cabbage, varieties of squash, garlic, onions, blackberries, potatoes and more. The menu changes with the seasons.


The markets are supported by the Choctaw Nation Farmers Market Nutrition Program. Choctaw elders are reminded that applications are available for produce vouchers at local community centers.


For more information contact: Peggy Carlton, 800-522-6170 x 2303.


J.R. Wesson of Colbert adds cabbages to his locally grown produce at the Choctaw Nation Farmers Market in June.


Valliant Farmers Market 912 West Wilson, Valliant Monday-Saturday, 9 am -5 pm


Hugo Farmers Market 1509 Kirk Street, Hugo Monday - Friday, 8 am -6 pm; Saturday, 8 am - noon


Idabel Farmers Market West Main, Idabel Saturday, 7 am - noon


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