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Looking for the original copy of “Mr. Food” newsletter with a recipe for dog biscuits or treats published around the ‘80s. It’s not the same recipe from Mr. Food’s website but would appreciate any homemade dog biscuit recipes as well. Contact Sharon McClatchey at 4467 W. 90th Street North, Porter, OK 74454-2645.


Looking for donations for Box Tops for Education or Campbell’s point labels. These donations will be used to buy playground equipment and to help teachers in the classroom. Contact Ken Booth at 918-315-9064 or at RR3 Box 160 Sallisaw, OK 74955.


Looking for Box Tops for Education and Labels for Education for our local schools. Contact Rose Legel at 918-855-4063 or at 20875 Valley West Dr., Claremore, OK 74019.


Looking for information on Peggy Sawyer Wilson. She is a 1967 Duncan High School graduate and sister to Bobby Sawyer. Contact Bonnie Talley at 580-467-4545 or at talleybon@ gmail.com.


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Looking for square dance clothes for men and women. Men’s shirts 16 by 35 and women’s size 12 to 14 are needed. Contact Tom and Marsha Nation at 405-641-5806 or at marshanation3@ gmail.com.


Looking for descendants of Tom Audie Copeland Coe from Elmer, OK. Their daughter, Jeanett Thurman, lived in Blair, OK. Contact Laverne Beisch at 580-281-3824.


Looking for crochet patterns for baby doll clothes. Contact Linda Kelley at 401 Cleaver St., Pocola, OK 74902-1820.


Reunions


The Lindsay All-School Alumni reunion will be held on July 3 to 4. There will be a street dance with DJ Ronnie Kay on Main Street and an All Alumni Dinner at the REC Multi Purpose Center, which is $20 dollars to attend. For more information, contact Johnny Walters at 405-756- 2959.


Community Events


Oklahoma FreeWheel will be held on June 6-13. It is a weeklong bicycle tour in Hollis, OK. For more information, contact Lisa Richard at 580-668-3342.


The Gospel Concert at Inspiration Hill, 880669 S. 3330 Rd. in Wellston, OK will be held on June 6 at 7:00 p.m. The concert features The Texans and The Williamson Family Band. For more information, contact Donna Vails at 405-356-4051.


The Okfuskee County Oklahoma Home and Community Education will host an Arts and Crafts Show in the air-conditioned Okfuskee County Fair Barn during the Woody Guthrie Festival on July 9-11 in Okemah, OK. Contact Terri Johnson at 405-932-4670 or at patleddley@ gmail.com.


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