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God Bless America
Chisholm Trail Community News
March 20, 2019
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580-255-2428
Jobs - Careers - Employment Opportunities
NOW HIRING
• Diesel Mechanics
• Work Over Rig Hands
• Class A CDL drivers
with tanker endorsements.
Competitive pay, vacation
and benefits available.
Apply in person at
Advantage Oilfield Services
14272 E CR 1558
Lindsay, OK 73052
Clinic
Openings
Duncan Regional
Hospital
&
Solutions
Practice
Management
are currently seeking
full-time
dedicated
professionals for our
local clinics.
Individuals inter-
ested in a fast paced
atmosphere with
multiple providers
are encouraged to
apply!
LPN
LPN/MA
Patient
Experience Rep
Excellent benefits package
and salaries commensurate
with experience!
To apply contact:
Human Resources
Phone: (580) 251-8595
Fax: (580) 251-8829
To apply online visit:
HELPWANTED
Now Taking
Applications for
• CNA • Dietary
• House keeping
Wilkins Health & Rehab
Apply in person at
1205 S. 4th
Duncan
D&H CONSTRUCTION: ALL TYPES
OF CONSTRUCTION,
metal buildings, fencing & concrete work & remodel-
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25 years experience. 30x40x10, 8 ft x 8 ft door and
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city codes and ground surface. Carport specials,
metal roofs and sheet metal fence installed. 580-
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handyman
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Jack Of Trades LLC.
Roof-
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models, fences, decks, dry-
wall, tile, flooring, paint,
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cards accepted. Call Dusty
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Sonny’s Tank Trucks
Needs
CDL Class A driver with
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at County Line yard. 580-
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580-467-4142
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WORK WANTED
Small Business Startup Workshop
 A Small Business Startup Workshop is scheduled
for Tuesday, March 26 at the Red River Technology
Center.
 The 90 minute session begins at 10 am and discus-
sions on how to do market research to see if your
business idea is feasible, financial analysis, common
startup questions and answers, and how to prepare a
business plan will be covered.
 Dr. Samantha Lankford, Director of the Center for
Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurial Studies
(CETES) and a small business advisor for the Okla-
homa Small Business Development Center (OKS-
BDC) will be the presenter.
 Dr. Lankford brings more than 17 years of manage-
ment, consulting, and leadership experience in uni-
versity, corporate, and small business environments.
She specializes in Entrepreneurism and Leadership
Development.
 Dr. Lankford assumed the position of Director
of Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurial Stud-
ies at Cameron University in February of 2017. Dr.
Lankford began her career as a college professor,
teaching a broad range of courses. She developed an
ambitious new curriculum in entrepreneurship and
business writing at UNC-Chapel Hill, Penn State,
and for Yale’s summer programming. Thereafter, Dr.
Lankford acted as Director of Innovation at Mercer
University, Georgia’s oldest private university. At
Mercer, Dr. Lankford built and launched an innova-
tion center to house a newly developed startup incu-
bation program to stimulate economic development
in Middle Georgia.
 Dr. Lankford also draws upon a wealth of global
and cross-industry business experience, including
having worked at Google and in executive develop-
ment. She runs her own consulting company and has
coached clients, worked, and traveled extensively
around the world. Dr. Lankford has a PhD and is
finishing her MBA at Colorado State.
 Program Partners include the Red River Technol-
ogy Center, Duncan Chamber of Commerce, Duncan
Area Economic Development and REI Women’s
Business Center.
 Register for the workshop at
.
Annual Spring Break Bluegrass/VDUBS Festival in the Park!!
Angie Evans
A great place to sneak to for relaxation and enjoyment is Oklahoma’s first
planned tourism resort town, established in 1908. This amazing place
has a quaint main street right out of our nation’s
history, a grand mountain range full of beautiful
wildlife, a large natural outdoor recreational area
for swimming, fishing, bird watching and more,
an elaborate aquarium filled with the fascinating
creatures of Oklahoma in all colors, shapes, and
sizes, the best food in the
state, and the best festivals
bringing everyone together...
Of course I’m talking about Medicine Park.
Withstanding the storms of the ages, Medicine Park
has achieved a level of
success to capture the
eye of all of Oklahoma, while also remaining a
peaceful, natural, and delightful little place to
come for the day, a weekend, or an extended
stay. Regular day to day life in Medicine Park
is such an enjoyable experience, and the annual
festivals are as
awesome as they
come.
This weekend was the Annual Spring Break
Festival with a combination of the Park Stomp
Bluegrass festival on Friday and Saturday,
and the VDUBS in the
Park on Sunday.
Saturday was a beautiful day filled with shopping
and eating, feeding geese and people greeting.
The festival was great but the personal stories and
histories of the people you met were the best.
Saturday nights was a
fun fest filled with banjo
music, spoons, a cello, guitars, and harmonicas
and little girls dancing on the stage to daddy’s
music. Women danced on the grounds as men sat
drinking their beer and
telling their stories.
The highlight came on
Sunday as beetles and
bugs came out of the woodwork. No, not the
annoying kind but the kind that stirs your blood for
Grease Lightening and the Beach Boys. VDUBS!!
Cock Eyed Bob’s Cafe in Medicine Park!! WHO
KNEW??
Angie Evans
Arriving Saturday morning early for the Annual Bluegrass VDUBS
festival, the best breakfast ever was served by
Jean, a sassy smiling waitress with 35 years under
her belt who works at Cock Eyed Bob’s Cafe.
Bob, the owner, has lived in Medicine Park his
whole life, until he
purchased 80 acres in
Meers. His life pursuits
have taken him from
the streets of Medicine
Park as a police officer
to the University of Wisconsin-Madison near
Milwaukee. Bob graduated with a degree in the
culinary arts where he went on to work in the
Pfister Grand Ballroom before returning to Medicine Park to relax and
enjoy retirement in his new Shisha Hookah Pipe Lounge, later turned into
the delightful Cock Eyed Bob’s that we know and
enjoy today.
Jean is the fun, sassy waitress who greets you
in the morning shift with coffee, a smile, and a
sassy joke for laughs. She has waitressed for 35
years and loves to help
people. She is skilled in
all manner of hands-on
tasks, including, floors, walls, roofing, plumbing,
and more, which she does on the side
for fun!!
lol...
Everything at Bob’s is hand-made and is
combined in a unique style to be absolutely melt-
in-your-mouth delicious. They are open for all meals and only serve the
best of specialties for every meal.
Small
Engine
Repair.
Spring tune up your lawn
mowers, string trimmers,
chainsaws, tillers, blowers,
Pick up and delivery avail-
able. Call or text 817-517-
9671, 50 years experience.
10-13p
H&H Home Improve
ment;
All your home improvement
needs; Interior, exterior
painting, drywall, siding,
flooring, etc. Free Estimates,
Call Andy Heavener at 580-
736-3831 or 580-475-1767
10-13p
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