Chisholm Trail News

Page 8   God Bless America Chisholm Trail Community News WWW.CHISHOLMTRAILNEWS.COM May 20, 2020 Have You Been Laid Off Or Furloughed? Call Me...I’m Here to Help! Gaye Watson Insurance, Inc. • Employee Benefits • 401K Rollovers • National Social Security Advisor (NSSA) Certificate Holder • Medicare Supplement Insurance • Rx Plans • Traditional and Roth IRA’s • Traditional Life Insurance • Annuities • Final Expense Insurance • Licensed Insurance Agent since 1998 • Native of Duncan, OK 580-467-2645 • Experience • Honest • Trustworthy Call Me Questions 580-467-6966 Paid for by Todd Churchman Stephens County Commissioner Dist. #2 Office: 580-721-7022 Cell: 580-656-6176 Ok. #071237 Thank You For Your Efforts! You Truly Are ESSENTIAL To Our Community! Authorized and Paid for by Cris Lang for Sheriff 2020 Cris Lang For Stephens County Sheriff! Time Treasures Shop our Collection of Clocks • Antique Clocks • Grandfather Clocks • Quarts Clocks • Repair & Refurbish Rosine Clock Repair 1103 S. 11th , Duncan 580-656-0025 We Are Open FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY 3505 HAIL SALE STILL GOING ON! EXCEPTIONAL SAVINGS! Danny Hawkins of Duncan, while social distancing, harvested this 8 pound bass from a lo- cal lake and secret honey hole. ‘Trail Talk’ from the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center  Every Wednesday and Thursday at 3 p.m. CDT, you can experience western life as told by the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center, through the new online free program, “Trail Talk.”  Educational shows covering a range of topics about life along the Chisholm Trail, take place on Wednes- days. Each Thursday, artists and art of the American West are featured.  Designed for all ages, shows last 30-45 minutes, which includes giving you, the viewer, a chance to ask questions related to that day’s show.  Scheduled for Wednesday, May 20 is “Jesse Chisholm’s Claim to Fame” and on Thursday, May 21, special guest, Allen Wooten will be in the Trail Talk’s chuck wagon studio for some entertainment and to share a bit of his musical background. Allen is a cowboy musician from Comanche, OK.  The following week, May 27 – Science on the Trail: Grey Wolf and the Great Horned Owl; and May 28 – Artist talk with Mikel Davison.  A complete schedule of upcoming shows are available online. Currently, the Zoom platform is being used. In order to join the online program, visit  A link will be posted on the day of the program.    For information, call the museum at (580) 252-6692, 9-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Chisholm Trail Heritage Center is located at 1000 Chisholm Trail Parkway in Duncan. Visit: or Stitt on Oklahoma  Oklahoma Governor kevin Stitt noted Oklaho- ma continues to have the eighth-fewest cases of COVID-19 per 100,000 population.  “I want Oklahoma to be the first state in the nation to get its wings back and serve as an example of a community that works together, not against each other, a community that wins to- gether, succeeds together, and thrives together,” Stitt said. “This is our moment to showcase Oklahoma’s courage and freedom to the nation.”  Stitt called for state- wide “alignment” on two objectives: beating the virus to protect the health and lives of Oklahomans, and reviving the econo- my to “give prosperity and freedom back to all Oklahomans.” “It takes as much time and energy to wish as it does to plan.”