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6-inch auger for Bobcat, $75, 258-2950.


5RWRWLOOHU IRU :KHHO +RUVH PRZHU 30”, $200, 405-658-3214.


´ -RKQ 'HHUH ´ 5RWRWLOOHU $500; 48” brush hog, $700; box blade, 60” Atlas, $500, 405-279- 3638, 405-566-8328.


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Yearling Charolais bulls, two polled, one horned, sire registered bull, 580-925-2232.


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8’; 13’x4’ tin horn, $75; 10’ hay rake, good tires, new belt, $600, 454-0510.


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48”, 20-HP Briggs, $700 OBO, 405-452-3094.


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Upright piano, 3’ 8” tall, 4’ 9” wide, 2’ deep, $400, 598-1832.


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BEGINNING BALANCE 2/28/16 .............................. Deposits .............................................................................. Interest Income ..................................................................... Checks Issued ............................................................... Approved, not yet paid ................................................ BALANCE 3/31/16....................................................


$251,151.86 8,105.99 111.62


-15,829.82 -16,820.22 $226,719.43


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frigerator, 6-gal. water heater, elec. brakes, awning, grill, porta potty/ shower, good tires, 405-964-2477.


Antique oak table & 6 chairs, over 100 yrs. old, large bird cage for large bird, 405-279-3771, 405-317- 9425.


The Best is Ahead Continued from page 1.


fort and assist us where we need further support. The entire staff has been reviewing and working on plans and recommendations that will address all the issues laid out in the Com- SOLDQFH 3ODQ 2Q P\ ¿UVW UHYLHZ RI VHYHUDO RI the issues, they do not seem to be near as severe or as complicated as may have been presented. Time will tell, but we are off to a good start with our review and developing plans to address all the concerns. Looking forward in the next couple of months to having this behind us and on to other issues to better serve you, our mem- ber owners. As we go through this month of May, please take time to remember our military personnel, pray for their safety, thank them for their service and truly celebrate them on Memo- rial Day.


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May 2016


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