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Booths are available for Halloween Carnvial

Save the date! The 40th annual Halloween Carnival is set for Sat., Oct. 29 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., according to Lisa Hilliard.
Booth space is available, and civic organizations are encouraged to start planning their booths now.
Booths at the Carnival are a great way to earn extra money for civic organizations.
As usual, the popular costume contest will be held, along with the crowning of King/Queen, Prince/Princess royalty, plus the always-popular Bingo!
Those who would like to have a booth may contact Holly Belknap at 405-756-0271.

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Family Worship Night planned at ESBC

There’s gonna be whole lot of glowin’ goin’ on. That’s the word from Erin Springs Baptist Chuch children’s pastor Levi McClain.
An evening for the entire family is set for Wed., Oct. 12 from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at Erin Springs Baptist Church.
Mr. McClain explained that at Family Worship Night, families will share a meal, worship, games, crafts, facepainting, fellowship and lots of glowing goin’ on!
The church is located at 13053 Hwy. 76, South of Lindsay.
All sized families, from one person to fifty, are welcome to attend, Mr. McClain added.
Those needing more information are asked to call the church at 405-756-2653.

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Circus set for Thursday in Glen Curlee park

Come one! Come all! – to the Circus Big Top – on Thurs., Sept. 29.
The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the Culpepper and Merriweather Circus in Lindsay, according to Chamber Manager Clara Doan.
The Big Top will be set up at Glen Curlee park, located at 800 S.W. 4th in Lindsay.
Shows start at 5:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., on Thurs., Sept. 29.
Tickets are available for purchase at American Exchange Bank of Lindsay, First National Bank of Lindsay, and at the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce. All of these businesses are located on Lindsay’s grand brick Main Street.
Any questions should be directed to Ms. Doan at the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce 405-756-4312.

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Wiley Post festival set for this Saturday in Maysville

The Wiley Post festival is set for this Sat., Sept. 17, starting at 10:00 a.m., according to Janet Dinwiddie, Librarian at the Maysville Public Library.
This year’s festival features a car show, as well as craft vendors, food vendors, music and fun all day.
The Maysville Public Library sponsors the fun event named for Maysville’s most famous son, Wiley Post.
Festivities begin with a welcome at 10:00 a.m., and the parade will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Williams Street in downtown Maysville.
The cheerleaders and band will perform during the day. There will be music by Mary Alice Koehn.
“We have food and craft vendors, but there’s always room for more, and there’s still time to reserve your spot. Come join the fun!” Ms. Dinwiddie added.
Wiley Post was the first pilot to fly solo around the world, discovered the jet stream, wore the world’s first pressure suit, and was the pilot for famed humorist and fellow Oklahoman, Will Rogers.
Those who have questions, or who would like to rent vendor/booth space, may contact Ms. Dinwiddie at 405-867-4748.