Shop with a Cop – donations needed

The 2021 annual Shop with a Cop program is off and running in Lindsay, according to Aaron Aprill, Lindsay’s Interim Police Chief.
The Lindsay Police Department is asking for donations for this worthwhile program that gives a helping hand to the children in need in the Lindsay community.
The children will be treated to breakfast on Sat., Dec. 18, and then transported with their Cops to go shopping in Lindsay, just in time for Christmas.
Donations can be taken to the Lindsay City Hall, located at 312 S. Main, or to the Lindsay Police Department, located at 801 Industrial Park (Hwy. 76N) in Lindsay.
Those who would like further information may contact the Lindsay Police Department at 405-756-4481.


Singing set at God’s Big Country Church

God’s Big Country Church is set to hold their Third Saturday Night Singing this week, Sat., Nov. 20, according to Pastor Jerry Auld.
The singing begins at 7:00 p.m. at the church, located at 2215 County Road 1350 in Blanchard.
“Come out and worship with us in song! Bring your songs, bring your instruments, and join us,” Pastor Auld added.
Food and fellowship follows the singing.
The church holds Sunday morning services at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday.
The church will also hold their Thanksgiving Dinner on Sun., Nov. 21 after the Sunday morning service.
Those who have questions may text or call Pastor Auld at 405-465-2825 or Cathy Auld at 405-320-1940.
Singing set at God’s Big Country Church”We look forward to seeing you all, and we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!” Pastor Auld concluded.


Saturday, January 30–LHS cheer team heads to state

The Lindsay High School (LHS) Varsity Cheer Competition Team will travel to Union High School in Tulsa to fight for the State Championship in Class 3A, according to Cheer Coach Lori Karpe.

Fifteen Lindsay High School students are expected to make the trip. 

The team will compete around 11:45 a.m.

The folks at the Shopper News Note in Lindsay wish the Cheer Team and coaches GOOD LUCK! TAKE STATE!