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M-O FFA Receives National Honors

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Congratulations to the Mulhall-Orlando FFA Chapter on receiving the 3 Star National Award. The award is designed to recognize FFA chapters that actively implement the mission and strategies of the organization. These chapters must improve operations using standards that emphasize growing leaders, strengthening agriculture, and building communities. Chapters are rewarded for providing educational experiences for the entire membership. The 3 Star Chapter Award is the highest achievement a Chapter can get.
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LIVESTOCK SHOW

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Jaret Dean and Peyton Blehm Kilee Dolch-Bleh of MO Anna Stevens makes final preparations for show Aiden Foshee with sheep Guthrie’s Jaret Dean with his pig Nicholas Brutchin smiles with his bucket calf.
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GUTHRIE HOMECOMING COURT 2020

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Willy Clymer, Lauren Taylor, Josh Rains, Kaia Codding, Carson Clift, Jenna Steiner, Kaiden Ballard-Stevenson, 2019 Football Queen Ellie Throckmorton, Macen Campbell, 2020 Homecoming Queen Hannah Smith, Zach Thompson, Bella Chaves, Sam Wilhelm, Tyler Riley, Niko Pena and Kyndal Cary. On the front row is flower girl, Emmerson King and ring bearer, Colt Hudson. For all of the Homecoming coverage see pages 10-11.
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UCO Alumni Association Hosts Homecoming Week Festivities, Sept. 25-Oct. 1

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The University of Central Oklahoma Alumni Association will celebrate homecoming with a mix of in-person and virtual events Sept. 25-Oct. 1.

This year’s theme is “You’re Doing Fine, Central,” designed to connect Bronchos from across the globe during the pandemic and celebrate the love of bronze and blue.

“We are thrilled to offer exciting homecoming events for Central alumni despite COVID-19 restrictions,” said Lauri Monetti, director of Alumni Relations at Central. 

Red Cross Kansas and Oklahoma Disaster Manager discusses urgent need for Volunteers

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WHAT: Amercian Red Cross Kansas and Oklahoma regional team member, Johnnie Munn, a Senior Disaster Program Manager will speak about the need for volunteers for our national disaster response as well as in Oklahoma and Kansas. Currently we have 44 disasters and since August 1 our region has responded to 207 home fires. Since August 19, over 5,000 volunteers have been supported disaster relief efforts on the ground and virutally. The Kansas and Oklahoma region currently has more than 30 volunteers and staff deployed in person and virtually.