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God Bless America
Chisholm Trail Community News
August 7, 2019
Bryant’s
Car Care,
LLC
201 W. Main, Duncan
580-255-2273
Full Automotive Shop
• Dean Bryant
• Jackie Bryant, mechanic
for all your car care needs
Rivers of Life
Guest Speaker
Sunday August 11th
10:30am
5270 North Hwy 81,
Duncan OK
Pastor Bob Yandian
AROUND THE CLOCK
HOME CARE
“KEEPING CARE AT HOME”
1915 WEST ELK SUITE A
DUNCAN, OK
580-786-5165
AROUNDTHECLOCKHC.com
(580)
251-0523
Lynn Parr
Broker
(580)
467-3773
Dale Evans
SalesAssociate
For
Sales
Appraisals
Rentals
1402 N. Grand Duncan, OK
It Pays to Talk!
Up to $1,000 CASH
Remain Anonymous
580-252-TIPS (8477)
or online at
FREE LUNCH
Every Tuesday when
Duncan Public Schools
are in session.
Beginning Aug. 20, 2019
11:30 - 12:30
True Gospel Tabernacle
301 S. 1st St. Duncan
All meals to be eaten on site.
Break Bread Together
For Sale
“Make An Offer”
3 Lots (Marlow)
One lot has cement pad,
w/sewer, electric, water
hook-ups.
One lot has RV hook-
ups & 8’x20’ storage
building, insulated,
with windows
405-694-6054
Gun Seminar
You don’t want to miss this Gun Seminar on Tues-
day, August 13, at 6:30PM at Just Because on 326 S
Highway 81, in Duncan. Tickets can be purchased at
texaslawshield.secure.force.com. The tickets are $5 for
members and $10 for non-members.
Comanche 113 Chickasaw
Nice 3 bed, 2 bath, duplex,
range, dishwasher, fence,
$550. rent, $450. deposit,
656-5181
32p
For Sale 3 Bed, 2 Bath, Lots
of closet space (2 walk-ins),
large living area, 2 car ga-
rage, sunroom, fenced, pa-
tio, close to hospital and
schools, 1724 Brookline,
467-1641 or 252-4931 32nc
For Rent 3 Bed, 1 Bath,
Double carport, refrigera-
tor, washer, dyer included.
$450. month $300 deposit.
406 North “E” Duncan. 228-
4371
32p
For Lease 32x40 Building
Hwy 81 & Plato Rd. Former
Allstate Insurance location,
long term lease available.
255-5335 560-4380 31-32p
Arts Hall of Fame seeks nominations
By Derrick Miller
 Work on the second annual Duncan Area Arts Hall
of Fame is already underway at the Simmons Center.
 Nominations for the Hall of Fame are being ac-
cepted through Sept. 1 with tickets set to go on sale
Dec. 1. The Hall of Fame will be Jan. 25, 2020, at the
Simmons Center.
 The Arts Hall of Fame is a team up between the
Simmons Center and the various art organizations
throughout the community, including the Chisholm
Trail Arts Council, Duncan Little Theatre, Heartbeat
Dance and Powerhouse Academy, each of whom will
recognize individuals who have had a lasting impact
on arts in Duncan or on the individual organizations.
 For the first Hall of Fame, the Simmons Center
reached out to those art organizations to provide
names for inductees. Those organizations also handed
out the awards to those selected for induction.
 Part of the Hall of Fame event is live performances
from accomplished performers from Duncan.
 Nominations for the 2020 Duncan Area Arts Hall
of Fame can be submitted at
.
com. For information, call the Simmons Center at
580-252-2900, ext. 238.
United Way Campaign 2019-2020 CO-CHAIRMEN NAMED
Winingers to lead United Way campaign
Floyd and Patty Wininger will head the 2019-20 fund-raising campaign for
the United Way of Stephens County. “We couldn’t be more pleased,” Betty
Beck, Director of Volunteer Services at Duncan Regional Hospital and chair-
man of the United Way board of directors, said.
“The Winingers are highly respected for their community spirit, for their
benevolent feelings and for their willingness to work hard for causes for
which they believe. “They know and understand the importance of the United
Way,” she continued, “and they appreciate its role here and the volunteers
who make positive things happen for people who have temporary needs. I
think they’ll be a dynamic addition to our team and we hope our generous
communities continue to support our agencies.”
The Winingers have a deep history of involvement here and look forward
to their newest challenge. “With grateful hearts and thanks to a community
that has blessed us for 40 years, we are honored to serve as this year’s co-
chairmen,” the Winingers said.
A retired registered nurse, Patty is vice mayor of the Duncan City Council
and represents Ward 3. She is a member of the advisory committee of the
parks and recreation department. She is a graduate of Leadership Duncan Class X and was instrumental in the
creation of Duncan High’s Project Graduation and the Duncan Arts and Humanities Council’s Fall Fest.
An avid supporter of the Stephens County Humane Society, she is the author of “Goodnight Duncan,” a
book that raised more than $20,000 for the humane society and she helped raise in excess of $40,000 for the
”Cover Our Kids” school safety program.
Her 38-year nursing career is dotted with superlatives. She was presented the Florence Nightingale Award
by the state nursing association for lifetime achievement. She retired as DRH’s Emergency Preparedness Co-
ordinator and Lead Cardiac Rehab Nurse.
A Duncan native, Floyd graduated from Central State University (now UCO) with a degree in Funeral
Service and is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. He retired as owner of the family-owned Hawkins
Television, Cellular, and Satellite and later retired as an administrative assistant at First Baptist Church.
He holds an airline transport pilot certificate, is a certified flight instructor, has served as chief pilot for a
Fortune 500 company and has logged more than 7,000 hours of flight time.
He was a founding member and first president of the Stephens County Humane Society and has also been
president of Chisholm Trail Hospice, a graduate of Leadership Duncan Class XIV and treasurer of the Duncan
Little Theatre, where he has also been a popular on-stage performer.
The Winingers are active members of First Baptist Church where they both sing in the choir and lead a Sun-
day morning Bible Study at Chisholm Trail Assisted Living Center. They have also served on mission teams to
Guatemala and China.
Life Happens
When You Are
Making Other
Plans
1974 Trailer House 2 Bed
& Lot for sale $2000. 656-
7741
32p
For Rent 3 Bed 1 1/2 Bath
CHA, covered patio, new-
ly remodeled, 701 W. Cy-
press. $550. month, $500.
deposist, 467-8744 29-32p
3 Bedroom, 1 Bath, CHA,
Corner lot, large picket
fenced yard.
2 bedroom
brick,
both houses good
neighborhood & Emerson
School Dist. 470-5678 For
Rent
32C
Cash Offer For Land And
Houses in Stephens County,
Bill Speegle, Broker. 255-
9060 32-35C
The Greens Apartments,
now leasing 1 and 2 bed-
rooms. Call for more in-
formation, 252-0592. 421
South 27th, Duncan. 26-35C
Patty & Floyd Wininger
“While clients are receiving services, their children will have a safe and engag-
ing place to play in a yard that includes a wooden swing set purchased with a
$499 Cotton Electric Charitable Foundation grant. Cotton Electric Staff Assis-
tant Shane Bowers, left, and CEO Jennifer Meason presented the grant to Cora
Thomas, executive director of Safe Center.”
Annual Women’s Forum
 The Duncan Chamber of Commerce Annual
Women’s Forum is scheduled for September 17 from
8 am to 2 pm at Duncan Regional Hospital.
 Special guest will be Jill Donovan, founder of Rus-
tic Cuff and author of The kindness Effect.
 Registration including materials, breakfast, lunch
and gift is $65 per person. Students, Seniors and
Groups of three or more get a $10 break.
 For more information contact Sandy Stewart, Di-
rector of Investor Services at the Duncan Chamber of
Commerce at 255-3644.
Caregivers: Respite
Funds are Available
 Caregiv-
ers who are caring for a homebound loved one who
is age 60 or above may apply for Respite vouchers!
Grandparents or Seniors who are age 55 or above and
are raising a relative child may also apply for Respite
Vouchers.
 Respite vouchers may be used to pay the “respite
provider” of your choice up to $300 per quarter so
you may have time away to take care of personal
needs!
 Contact Cindy Hale at MaddieLuke Support for
more information at (580) 736-1615 or PO Box 249,
Duncan, OK 73534.
There is no such thing
as ‘Government funded’.
The correct terminalogy
is ‘Tax Payer Funded’!
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