Nov 18 45 Chisholm Trail News pages - page 5

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We Believe in Oklahoma
Chisholm Trail Community News
November 14, 2018
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th
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Assumption Catholic Church holds their 6th Annual
November Christmas Bazaar
The community is invited to join in the fun and attend
the bazaar to shop for the holiday season. This fun event
is located at 7th Street and Hickory on Friday from 10am
to 6pm, Saturday from 10am to 7pm, and Sunday from
11am to 5pm.
A food concession area is available for dining or car-
ryout throuoghout these three special days. Available for
purchase will be holiday and religious crafts and unique
specialty items plus delicious culinary delights . In addi-
tion, there will be a raffle for 3 amazing prizes of $2000,
$1000, and $500. The drawing will be held on Sunday at
5pm with no winner required to be present.
Assumption Catholic Church wants to wish you a very Merry Christmas!! We
hope to see you there!
adopted family member to each and every resident.
Retiring yet again in 2012, he and his wife moved to lake Humphrey and
he began all over again. He began mowing all his neighbors yards and he
started a new trend in the neighborhood of mowing across the street by the
water, cleaning tree limbs, cutting down dead trees, mowing the leaves and
making a scene of beauty and elegance. Everyone bragged on the city for
stepping up its game... wellllllll... Once the story was out, all the neighbors
began duplicating his work and the area looks amazing.
His preacher friend, Layne Smith, remembers when he and his son
struggled with his pontoon for three days, until the day he asked Roy. Roy
walked straight to the motor, pulled off the fuel hose, cut off the cracked
end, snapped it back on and started the boat right up.
Even today, people who have known Roy for years and years call him up
and thank him for being the amazing teacher and friend that he was and is,
and for changing their lives forever. Roy is the symbol of our former years
when classrooms were empty and porches were big and teachers went above
and beyond for their kids.
Can you imagine an empty classroom today? Our school system has been
designed to place kids in that boring white box to learn about tests and
tolerant behavior, not to teach them independence and creative thought!
Roy Jennings is a breed apart, a unique and endangered artisan, a rare
and beautiful gem in the midst of a dry sandy desert. This is the time in our
country when our kids need us the most. Our kids and neighbors need a
strong, independent, creative and compassionate soul to lead them.
It was such an honor to not only meet Roy but also his beautiful and
sweet wife, Merlina, and his loyal and kind neighbor friends, Glenda
and Kim Hyneman and Layne Smith. Even though I don’t live near lake
Humphreys, I feel that I have met my new neighbors and made some really
awesome friends. Thank you Roy for being the awesome inspiration that
you are.
Angie’s
Angle
by
angie evans
Lilly Farris, grandaughter
of Leon and Delois Farris of
Duncan, as part of a political
science homework assignment,
wrote a letter to the president of
the United States.
Lilly, was thrilled to have re-
ceived a reply letter from Presi-
dent Trump!
Her grandfather is chairman of
the local Republican party and
her grandmother is the secretary.
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