Coweta Oklahoma Past Events 1999
Free Flu Shots- Dec.13,20 & 27, 1999 1:00P.M to 3:30P.M. Dec. 17, 1999 8:30A.M. to 11:15A.M. at Coweta Health Department located just south of Hwy. 51B on Sand Plant Road. The Wagoner County Health Department in Coweta is offering free flu shots to area residents.
Candlelight & Communion Service-Dec.24, 1999 6:00P.M. at First United Methodist Church, W. Sycamore and Ave. B. The service will be informal. For more info call (918)486-5544.
Christmas Eve Candlelight Service-Dec.24, 1999 6:30P.M. at First Baptist Church, 720 S. Broadway. For more info call (918)2158.
Coweta Chamber Of Commerce Second Edition Christmas Ornaments-Nov. 15, 1999 The Coweta Chamber Of Commerce has ordered commemorative Christmas ornaments for the holiday season. The second edition of the ornament, bearing a rendering of the Mission Bell Museum, will go on sale Monday Nov. 15, 1999. Cost for the ornaments are $12.00 each. Last year's ornaments still available For $8.00 each. The commemorative ornaments for purchase at Video Network, Robyn's Flowers, The Emporium and the Mission Bell Museum or order call Theodore at (918)486-2513. All proceeds from the sale go to the Chamber's general fund.
Charismas CD On Sale-The Coweta Band program is selling compact disc of holiday music by select artists. To buy or find out more about the CD call the band room at 918-486-6462.
New Coweta Alumni Association-Former graduates of Coweta High School have joined forces to organize a Coweta Alumni Association. The Association is non-profit organization, will be governed by elected officers and set of bylaws. Meeting will be held monthly once the organization be comes established. Members are sought from all classes, from 1991 through 1999 and beyond. Annual membership dues for the Coweta Alumni Association are $50.00 per individual or 75.00 per couple. Each association member will received an official Coweta Alumni Association golf shirt. For more info or sign up for membership, contact Penny McKitrick at (918)486-1962
2000 Season Softball Signups-Dec. 11 & 18, 1999 1:30P.M. to 3:00P.M. at Junior High School gymnasium. Those enrolling can save $10.00 off the $55.00 registration fee by signing up early. To learn more, call Keith Graham at 918-543-2507 or Roger Huddleston at 918-486-5600.
Santa Claus Is Coming To Coweta-Dec.11, 1999 1:00P.M. to 4:00P.M. and Dec. 12, 1999 2:00P.M. to 4:00P.M. at the Coweta Wal-mart. Pictures will be taken for a nominal fee with all proceeds benefiting Wal-Mart's World War II monument project.
PTO Meeting-Nov. 22, 1999 7:00P.M. at Intermediate Grade Center. The Parent Teacher Organization will hold a general meeting. PTO President Mary Lewis invites all parents of IGC fourth, fifth and sixth graders to attend.
Community Thanksgiving Service-Nov. 23, 1999 7:00P.M. at Emmanuel First Southern Baptist Church. Hwy. 51 and 127th. Street. All area residents are invited to attend this meaningful worship service. Vocalist from several churches will be featured. A Love offering will be received to help the Ministerial Alliance pay for food and gasoline for needy residents and transients. For more info call Pastor Helen Taylor at (918)486-5544 prior to Nov. 15, 1999.
Coweta Chamber Monthly Membership Meeting-Nov. 24, 1999 12:00-1:00 P.M. at Carriage Crossing Retirement Center 28505 E. 141st. Street South.
First Baptist Church 8th. Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner- Nov. 25, 1999 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. The public is invited and encouraged to spend the holiday with others enjoying a meal of turkey, dressing all the trimmings. There is no charge for the meal and reservations are not required. Volunteers will deliver meals to shut-ins and give rides to those needing a lift to the church. Arrangements can be made by calling the church office at (918)486-2158.
Coweta Annual Christmas Parade-Dec. 4, 1999 6:00 P.M. at Downtown Coweta. The theme this year is "Christmas Blessings". Float Judging categories are Business, Church, Non-profit. Plaques will be given away for first place in each category. Contact the Chamber at (918)486-2513 to enter.
Coweta Chamber To Host A Legislative Breakfast-Nov. 19, 1999 8:00A.M. to 10:00A.M. at Bill and Ruth's. Area legislators have been invited to attend and meet with constituents for a question answer session on ant topic of relevance. All Chamber members and interested residents are both invited to come.
Softball Group Meeting-Nov. 11, 1999 at 7:00P.M. at the First United Methodist Church. The Coweta Girls Softball invite parents, coaches and other interested residents to attend the meeting. Big changes in the program need to be discussed and parent and coach support is greatly needed. for info call Keith at (918)543-2507 or Roger at (918)486-5600.
The Coweta Masonic Lodge Annual Fish Fry-Nov. 6, 1999 11:00A.M. to 3:00P.M. at the lodge located on South Ave. B just west of the First Baptist Church. A donation of $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children is encouraged for a meal of fish, hush puppies, coleslaw, baked beans, dessert and beverage. Proceeds will go toward Masonic programs and operational expenses. Those attending are invited to tour the lodge.
Pancake Breakfast-Nov. 6, 1999 8:00A.M. to 12:00P.M. at the DAV Headquarters, 210 S. Broadway. The cost of the meal is simply a donation, with all proceeds going toward the holiday food basket program and DAV operational expenses.
Arts & Crafts Show-Nov. 6, 1999 at Shahan Free Will Baptist Church located 31/2 miles west of Coweta on 141st. Street. Featured items will be baked goods, including pies, cakes, cookie, and candies. A Homemade quilt is also being given away. All proceeds from Saturday's fundraiser will help underprivileged children at Christmas.
Taco Dinner Fundraiser-Nov.5, 1999 5:00 to 7:30P.M. at Lighthouse Tabernacle Free Holiness Church 204 S. Bixby Street. Dinners will include an Indian Taco, dessert and drink. All proceeds will benefit the church's general fund. For more info call Pastor Doug Hash (918)486-5877.
Coweta High School Class 1990 Reunion Organizers Seek Classmates- Coweta graduates are making plans for their 10-year reunion next year. In an effort to be prepared for the event. The organizer are searching for missing classmates to notify them of upcoming activities. Classmates whose where about are unknown include Glenn Biggs, Carla Blankenship, David Farley, Kenneth Hamilton, Dena Helschel, Joe Lamberson, Lori Lay, Keith Morris, Calvin Shirley, Ernie Ezell, John Falls, Jeff Gullion, Wes Hayes, Tiffany Hopkins, Tammy Latham, Jessica Maran, Stephen Peterson, Zella Stauffer, Gary Stepp, Jeff Vaughn, Kevin Watkins, Cecil Wilson, Rob Goshen, Derrick Goodnight, Donnie Steelman, Laura Vanzant, Gary Victory, Oliver Williams, Marty Wray and Larry Booth. Anyone with info on these individuals should contact Angie at (918)247-6494 or Jennifer at (918)595-7573.
Chamber Monthly Membership Meeting-Oct. 27, 1999 12:00P.M. to 1:00P.M. at Carriage Crossing Retirement Center. All Chamber members are urged to attend and bring their own lunch.
Coweta Times For Trick-Or-Treating-The City of Coweta has established Saturday, Oct. 30, 1999 as the evening for Halloween trick-or-treating. Youngsters may seek treats from local residents until 10:00P.M.
Porter Times For Trick-Or-Treating-The City of Porter has established Saturday, Oct. 30, 1999 as the evening for Halloween trick-or-treating. Youngsters may seek treats from local residents 6:00P.M. to 9:00P.M.
American Legion Zoal Stringer Post #266 Fundraiser Dinner-Oct. 23, 1999 11:00A.M. to 2:00P.M. at the post on South Broadway. Beans, cornbread, fried potatoes, dessert and beverage will be served. Tickets are 4.00 per person with children under age five eating free. All proceeds will benefit the American Legion Auxiliary's Thanksgiving basket program.
Gospel Sing & Fish Fry-Oct. 23, 1999 4:00P.M. at Clarksville, 2.5 miles south of Porter. The Cost for the meal is a donation, and all proceeds will go to the New Life Youth Camp. For more info call Don at (918)486-4375 or Brent at (918)486-3960.
Flu Shots-Oct. 21, 1999 8:00A.M. to 11:30A.M. & 1:00P.M. to 4:00 P.M. at Coweta Health Department. For more info call (918)486-2845.
United Methodist Women Indian Taco Fundraiser-Oct. 22, 1999 4:30P.M. to 7:30P.M. at the Wagoner County Fair Building, 750 E. Pecan in Coweta. The United Methodist Women of the Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference will sponsor an Indian taco dinner. Proceeds from dinner will help pay for Alaska hands-on mission project with the Alaska Missionary Conference. For more info or tickets call Josephine Deere at (918)486-4589 or (918)486-5968. Deere serves as president of the OIMC United Methodist Women.
Coweta Slam Dunk Registration-Oct. 21, 1999 8:30 P.M. at Coweta Wal-Mart. Boys and girls in the third, fourth, fifth and sixth grades are invited to participate. Lots of openings remain on teams. Registration fee is 45.00 for the first player per family. Discounts are given for additional children. For more info call John Terry at (918)486-1766.
Fall Revival- Oct. 17 to 20, 1999 at First Baptist Church 720 S. Broadway, Coweta. The Sunday services will at 10:30 A.M. and 6:00P.M. A "Pie Night" is set at 7:00P.M. Monday is Bring a Friend Night with Tuesday designated as "Youth Night". Wednesday nigh is designated as "Children's Night". The revival will be led by Evangelist Jerry Fielder.
Wagoner County Farmers Union Dinner Meeting-Oct. 18, 1999 7:00P.M. at Wagoner Community Building, 102 N. Jefferson in Wagoner.
Fish Fry-Oct. 8, 1999 at Coweta Church Of God Of Prophecy. Proceeds will go to the purchase of 100 new church hymnals. The menu items include Crappie, Catfish, hushpuppies, backed beans, dessert and drink. Donations will be $5.50 for adults, children $3.50 and children under six are free.
Special Election-Oct. 12, 1999 7:00A.M. to 7:00P.M. The special election is county wide bond election.
Slam Dunk Registration For 1999-2000-Oct. 09, 1999 1:00P.M. to 6:00P.M. & Oct. 16, 1999 1:00P.M. to 4:30P.M. at Coweta High School Football Field. To learn more , contact John Terry at (918)486-1766.
Evangelistic Crusade-Oct. 10-13, 1999 at Coweta Church Of God Of Prophecy. Sunday10:30 A.M.- 6:00P.M. & 7:00P.M. Mon.-Wed. Special guest will be Elwood and Roberta Matthews from Florida.
Conservation District Meeting-Oct. 12, 1999 12:30P.M. at the Agriculture Center Building, 1312 S.W. Third in Wagoner. The meeting is to determine eligible cost share conservation practices for Program Year 3. For more info call (918)485-4010.
Coweta Class Of 1974 Reunion-Oct. 9, 1999 at Coweta High School commons area. For more info call Debbie Wasson-Holmes at (918)486-3976.
Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency's Home Program Meeting- Sept. 21, 1999 6:30 P.M. at First National Bank Of Coweta Training Center. The program will be utilized to assist with the development of newly constructed home throughout the community. The Home Program is designed to assist income-eligible homebuyers in purchasing affordable single family home. Participants will learn the pros and con of home ownership, how to apply for a mortgage loan, how to shop for a home and many other steps in the home buying process. For more info call the Community Action's Action's Claremore office at (918)341-5000.
Coweta High School 1984 Class Reunion-Sept. 18, 1999 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Refreshments will be provided. Anyone knowing some one from the Class of 1984 should inform him or her of the reunion. For more info Traci at (918)451-3074 or Sheldon at (918)486-5614.
Special Election On A New Elementary School- Sept. 14, 1999 1.9 million general obligation bond issue to construct a new elementary school. The location of the proposed facility will be on Highway 72 east of the Reynolds Addition. All absentee ballots must be in the hands of the election board by 7:00 P.M. on election day in order to be counted. For info call Wagoner County Election Board Office at (918)486-2142.
Meeting To Address The Wagoner County Courthouse-Sep.14, 1999 at Coweta Public Library. An informational meeting regarding proposed renovations to the courthouse. Renovations will be funded by a .85 percent sales tax if approved by the voting pubic on October 12, 1999. Rudy Briggs, Jim Grabor & Jim Hargrove will make presentations during the evening. Included will be a slide show depicting problem areas in the courthouse and county jail facility that demand immediate attention. More info call Commissioner Hargrove at 486-2132.
Coweta Fall Festival-Sept. 9-11, 1999 at Wagoner County Fairgrounds in Coweta. Great Plains Amusements will provide rides for the midway. More info call Kelly Theodore at (918)486-2513.
The Wagoner County Fair-Sept. 9-11, 1999 at Wagoner County Fairgrounds in Coweta Held in conjunction with the Coweta Fall Festival.
Class Reunion of 1959-Sept. 11, 1999 at 8:00A.M. at Mark's Place on Highway 51 across from Coweta Junior High School. Breakfast is dutch treat and all classmates are invited to attend. Classmates are invited to ride a class reunion float in the festival parade. Registration is $12.00 per person. A mixer is planned in the CHS commons area at 3:00P.M. After a few hours of reminiscing, dinner will be served at 5:00P.M. To confirm attendance, contact Bettie (Walkup) Watkins at (918)486-2311 or Martha (Crow) Sewell at (918)486-1435.
Class Reunion of 1960-Sept. 11, 1999 at 7:00A.M. at Mark's Place Highway 51 across from Coweta Junior High School. Breakfast is dutch treat and all classmates are invited to attend.
1999 Miss Fall Festival Pageant- Sept. 9, 1999 at Wagoner County Fairgrounds in Coweta. Miss Fall Festival 1980 Alice Coe will be Mistress of Ceremonies and Miss Fall Festival 1990 Misty Denton Edwards will help choreograph the opening routine. Also confirming her participation is Miss Fall Festival 1985 Janet Meehan Dotson. The theme for the 1999 Miss Fall Festival Pageant is "Watercolor Memories". Girls who are 14-18 years of age, attend Coweta School or live in Coweta are eligible to participate. Applications will be available after July 15, 1999 at Coweta American Office, The Mission Bell Museum or By call Kay Guynes at (918)486-7770.
Club Scout Pack #952 Rally-Aug. 26,1999 7:00P.M. at Central Elementary School. This week's rally is for all boys in first to fifth grade who wish to sign up for Club Scout participation. For more info call: Jerry Stroup at (918)486-4878.
Public Hunting On Regulations-Aug.26, 1999 7:00P.M. at Muskogee Public Library 801 W. Okmulgee. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, regulation change can originate from a number of sources, including Department field staff, citizens and conservation group. Citizens will have an opportunity to voice their opinions on the proposed changes. The proposed changes are deer hunting, prairie chicken, pheasant, turkey hunting & more.
Lions Club Fundraiser-Aug. 27, 1999 6:00P.M. to 8:00P.M. at the Coweta High School commons area. Tickets are 5.00 each and all proceeds will benefit the Lions Club and it's many service projects.
The Coweta Fall Festival is coming soon! Any group or individuals who would like to share their talent with others during the festival should contact the Chamber Office at (918)486-2513.
Coweta Public Schools starts August 19, 1999
Shahan Free Will Baptist Church Kid's Krusade-July, 26-28, 1999 7:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. For children ages 4-12. Session will feature topic on respect, trust and "Garbage in, Garbage out". Parents are encouraged to attend with their children. An adult prize will be awarded and ice cream sundaes will be served after the Wednesday service. Shahan Free Will Baptist Church is located nearly five miles west of Coweta on 141st. Street. For more info call Pastor Bill Walker at (918)455-6748 or Kim Tyler at (918)486-7279.
Lil’ Chef Cooking Clinic-July 27, 1999 at OSU Extension Office at 750 E. Pecan Coweta. For youngsters wanting to learn more about cooking. For more info call Parnell or Paula Dean at (918) 486-4589.
Building Birdhouse- July 28, 1999 at OSU Extension Office at 750 E. Pecan Coweta. For more info call Parnell or Paula Dean at (918) 486-4589.
Land Run Celebration-July 29, 1999 at The Coweta Public Library. The library will host it's final Summer Reading Program session this year. Children are encouraged to come in period costume for the 1:30 P.M. session. Participants will enjoy snacks, pan for "gold" and spend their gold on various outdoor games. Parents who bring their children are asked to find alternative parking locations as the grassy area behind the Library will be blocked off for activities.
Fair Work Day-July 31, 1999 9:00 A.M. at Wagoner County Fairgrounds in Coweta to prepare the facility for upcoming events. All interested parties are invited and welcome. For more info call Ralph Rucker at (918) 482-5575.
Soccer Signup-July 30, 31, 1999 Fridays 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. and Saturday 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. at the Coweta Wal-Mart. Children who plan to play soccer must be five years old by July. Registration fee is $35.00 per player for the under 8 and above teams. A fee of $25.00 will be charged for the second child and third child within the family can play free. Registration fee for children on the under 6 teams is $20.00. Any player singing up after July 31, 1999 will be charged 10.00 late fee.
Soccer Referee Clinic-July 31, 1999 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. & August 1, 1999 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. The fee for the clinic is $20.00 person. For more info call Chuck Moore at (918) 486-3826.
Church Of God Of Prophecy Vacation Bible School-August 2-6, 1999 nightly from 6:30 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. at the Church in Coweta. The Ultimate Adventure with Jesus is an interactive learning experience for kids ages 3-12. Children will learn about the God who created them and loves them. A program for parents is planned Sunday, Aug. 8, 1999 at 10:45 A.M. Transpiration will be available for all VBS activities. For more info or to register call (918) 486-5358.
Coweta High School Class of 1979 Reunion-August 6-8, 1999 A mixer is planned Friday Aug. 6 at Coweta High School. On Saturday, Aug. 7 classmates and their families will unite at Mohawk Park in Tulsa for a bring-your-own picnic event. Saturday night Aug. 7 at the Doubletree Hotel in Tulsa where a banquet and dance are planned. Reservations for Saturday night are required by July, 15, 1999.On Sunday Aug. 8 classmates will hold a morning church service at the Coweta High School with Charlie Jamison delivering the message. All Class of 79 classmates are invited. Those still identified as "missing" are Kevin Kleinert, Karen Rutherford and Abbie Bowers. For more info call Steve McCall at (918)486-6620, Greg Woodward at (918)486-6658, Pam (Watkins) Green at (918)486-5344 or Debi (Mills) Matney at (918)279-0007.
First Baptist Church Cookbook-A cookbook compiled by members of the church is now available to the public. Recipes submitted for the project come from Cowetas past and present.The cost for the books is $7.00 to cover printing cost. For more info or order a book call:(918) 486-2158
Little League Need Your Help-The CYB Coweta Tiger will be competing in the Dizzy Series set for July 23-29, 1999 in Panama City Beach FLA. The team is seeking financial contributions to help finance their lodging, food and transpiration cost. An account has been established at BacaFirst in Coweta under the name CYB Coweta Tigers World Series. For more info call the bank at (918) 486-2148.
Mandatory 4-H Meeting- July 22, 1999 OSU Extension Office at 750 E. Pecan Coweta. The meeting will include certification, entries, livestock visits and the new 1999 fair rules for livestock. A question and answers session will follow. This is a very informative meeting. For more info call Parnell or Paula Dean at (918) 486-4589.
The First Baptist Church Of Red Bird Benefit Fundraiser-July 23 & 24, 1999 6:00 P.M. Activities planned are for Children and adults of all are invited to participate in volleyball, three-on-three hoops, hayrides and wiener roasts. Donations will be accepted. The fundraiser is to raise money for the church choir attire.
Spaghetti Dinner & Dessert Auction Fundraiser-July 23, 1999 6:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. at The First Assembly Of God Church in Coweta. The Women's Ministry will host the dinner. A meal of spaghetti, salad, bread and beverage is planned at a cost $5.00 for adults and $2.50 for children. At 7:30 P.M. disserts of all types will be auctioned off to the best bidders. All proceeds from fundraiser will benefit the church's various building projects.
Annexation Public Meeting-July 26, 1999 7:00 P.M. at Coweta Public Library. The meeting to address annexation with residents living near the 101st. Street corridor. They will offer information regarding the city's annexation plans and what it will mean for residents. The primarily affected will be folks living one-half mile south of 101st. Street between 193rd. East Ave. and 241st. East Ave.
Thomas Community Church Kid's Crusade-July 26-27, 1999 7:00 P.M. at Thomas Community Church located one and a half miles east of Ben Lumpkin Road on 61st. Street. For children ages 4-12.Sessions planned are The Ellis Family of Sallisaw will present a "Children's Bible Stories in Action" puppet ministry. For more info call Rev. Larry Newton at (918)266-5146.
Church Camp-July 12 to 16. 1999 The camp will be at the Kiamichi Baptist Assembly in Talihina Oklahoma. For more info call (918) 486-5684.
33rd Porter Peach Festival-July 16, & 17, 1999 at Downtown Porter Oklahoma. The Porter Lions Club invites all area residents to join them in the celebration.
Porter Peach Festival Golf Tournament-July 17, 1999 at Hilltop Golf course in Porter. Cash prizes of 500.00, 400.00 and 300.00 will be awarded to the top three golfers. Tee time for the four-person scramble is 8:00 A.M. Entry is 35.00 person and includes green fees. For more info call Pam at (918)483-9551.
Porter Peach Classic 5K Run-July 17, 1999 at 7:00 A.M. in downtown Porter. Entry fee is 12.00 per runner. The first 250 entrants will also receive an official run t-shirt. The Porter Peach Classic Run and Fitness Walk is coordinated by Glen's Road Race Service out of Tulsa and sponsored by the Porter 4-H and FFA Booster Club. For more info call Rita McKinney at (918)683-0281 or Glen's Road Race Service at (918)744-0339.
Football Signup-July 17, 1999 9:00 A.M. to 11:00A.M. at Super H. The Coweta Quarterback Club Signups for players in third through sixth grades. Signup fee is 75.00 per player, which covers uniforms and insurance. Players will be responsible for providing their own mouthpieces and cleats. For more info call Quarterback Club President Rick Bryan at (918)486-8856.
The Coweta Band Alumni Association Will Be Hosting A Picnic/Meeting- Saturday, July 10,1999 at 12:00 at the current Coweta High School band room. We will be discussing future alumni association activities and the formation of a scholarship to assist current band members. For more information, please contact Donna Elliott at DJElliott7@aol.com
1st. Annual Web Booth Benefit Bass Tournament-June 26, 1999 6:30 A.M. at Afton Landing . Check-in Time 6:30 A.M., Weigh-in 3:00P.M. Pre-register TNT Archery Hwy 51. Coweta $50.00 per Boat. 1st. Place $1000.00,2th Place $750.00 & 3rd. Place $500.00. Big Bass Jackpot $10.00/%100 payback. For more info call Direct Wireless (918)279-0011 or TNT Archery (918)486-4954.
4th annual "All Goodies Round~up" Car and truck show-June 26, 1999 in Wagoner. The Show will have all the popular categories including: 4x4s,mini trucks, classic cars and trucks, Euro cars,Camaros, Corvettes, and Mustangs. Pre-Registration, will be $15.00 after the 23rd, it will be $20.00. People can contact Todd Foreman at Olang@galstar.com or Snail Mail me at Prestige Auto Customs 108th. State St. Wagoner Oklahoma 74467 for info on entering a vehicle or business (vendor) in our show.
County Meeting-June 10, 1999 at Coweta Public Library. District #3 Commissioner Jim Hargrove has arranged for a county meeting on Workforce Investment Act that signed into law at the national level. The meeting is to address the residents what is can do for Coweta and the state.
Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.) Meeting-June 12, 1999 3:00 P.M. at the Silver Dollar Cafe in the Kountry Fair Plaza in Coweta on Hwy 51. The B.A.C.A. is an organization designed to create a safer environment for abused children. Member's mission is to help children who have been abused to be strong and stand up to their abuser. For more info call Treva Hopson at (918) 486-5877.
Lighthouse Youth Revival-June 14-18, 1999 7:30 P.M. nightly at the Lighthouse Tabernacle Free Holiness Church in Coweta. Rev. George and Tammy Davis will be guest evangelists for revival services. The Davis family has a special calling to work with young people. For more info call Pastor Hash at (918)486-5877. or visit the their web site (click here).
Koweta Special Meeting-June 14, 1999 7:00 P.M. at Indian Community Center. The meeting is to discuss investments. All members are urged to attend his important session. For more info call: (918) 486-9904.
Retired Teachers Picnic-June 14, 1999 5:00 P.M. at Afton Landing. All retired teachers and school employees are invited to attend and bring a covered dish for the meal. The Parks Family will provide musical entertainment. You need to bring lawn chairs and be ready to enjoy an evening of fun.
Career & Safety Fair-June 19, 1999 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. at the Wagoner County Fairgrounds on East Pecan in Coweta. The Wagoner County 4-H organization and the Coweta Police Department will be the host . Officials with Coweta Emergency Medical Services and the Coweta Fire Department will conduct fire safety sessions and demonstrate a motor vehicle extraction. Highway Patrol will have safety sessions on seatbelt safety, dog bite and gun safety. For more info call Ryan Smith at (918) 486-2121.
One Day Camp-June, 5, 1999 8:45 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. at home of Don and Sue Trotter. The camp is an interdenominational activity planned for youth in seventh grade through college age to promote Christian growth and fellowship. Activities will include singing, swimming, skits, and sand volleyball, basketball, soccer, trail walking and many other events. There are still opening for those who want to join. For more info call the Trotters at (918)486-3838.
Golf Tournament Fundraiser-June 5, 1999 at Woods Golf Club. The golf tournament is one of largest fundraisers of the year, with proceeds benefiting the Coweta Chamber's operations. There will be a minimum of 20 teams at a cost of $40.00 per person. Prize holes are planned a plaques and gift certification will be awarded to the first second and third place winning teams. To enter a team call Kelly Theodore at (918)486-2513.
First Assembly Women's Ministry Garage Sale-June 5, 1999 7:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. at Riddle Hall in Coweta on Hwy. 51 next to Jr. High School.Vacation Bible School- June 7 to 11, 1999 9:30 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. at Lone Star Baptist Church each day We will have children's camp grades 3 - 6 . Driving Directions: leaving Coweta toward Wagoner on Highway 51, turn North on the first road east of the Muskogee Turnpike, and travel 4 miles. For more info call (918) 486-5684.
Republican Meeting-June 8, 1999 7:00 p.m. at Wagoner Civic Center. Fount Holland political director of the Oklahoma Values Coalition and political director for Republican House Caucus will be guest speaker. For more info call Moore at (918) 458-1040.
Panda Power Pant Meeting-June 1, 1999 at Coweta Library. Panda Energy will conduct a brief presentation on the project. A representatives for the Department of Environmental Quality and City Of Coweta Environmental Consulting Technology will be present to address questions and concerns of the community. For Info call Jennifer at (918) 258-3536.
Memorial Day Service-May, 31, 1999 10:00 A.M. at Vernon Cemetery. The American Legion Zoal Stringer Post #226 in Coweta will host the community's 1999 Memorial Day Service. The program will conclude with balloons in honor of Prisoners Of War and those Missing in Action. All area residents are invited.
The First Annual Coweta Youth Baseball Memorial Day Tournament- May 28-31, 1999 in Coweta. Event organizers are looking for teams to play in 6-Under, 8-Under, 10 Under and 12-Under age brackets. Entry fee is $75.00 per team. For more information, contact Wheezer Chance at (918)486-5054.
Coweta High School Classes Reunion From 1939 to 1950- May 29, 1999 2:00P.M.at Coweta High School commons area. Cost is $15.00 per person which includes a banquet meal. To learn more, contact Lucile Pyle at (918)486-6376.
Wa-Ro-Ma Head Start Signup-Head Start is now registering children ages three through five to participate in their program in Coweta & Wagoner. To schedule an appointment, contact the Head Start Center in Coweta at (918)486-6656 or (918)486-1461. Appointments in Wagoner may be made by calling (918)485-3129 or (918)485-3351.
The Coweta Junior High Art Show- May 14, 1999 5:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M. & May 15, 1999 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. at Coweta Junior High Commons area. 120 students in grades 7-9 have entered more than 500 pieces in the show. Awards will be presented to top entries, including best of show recognition. All area residents are invited to 2 day show.
Coweta Chamber "Meet Your Legislators"-May 14, 1999 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. at Coweta Public Library. Constituents are invited to stop by and enjoy a continental breakfast with Rep. Jerry Hefner, Rep. Bill Settle, Sen. Kevin Easley And Sen. Frank Shurden, and more legislators who have yet to confirm their appearance. They will discuss issues and answer and questions Coweta residents may have. All area residents are invited to attend. For more info call Kelly Theodore at (918)486-2513.
Fish Fry-May 15, 1999 11:00A.M. at Cassidy Masonic Lodge in Coweta. A meal of fish, hushpuppies, coleslaw and beverage will be served. Tickets are $4.00 each and children under age 12 eat free. All proceeds from the fish fry will be used for scholarships to Coweta High School youth.
Creek Indian Voter Registration-May 17, 1999 1:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. at Koweta Indian Community Center. Anyone who would like a voice in their government is urged to register. The Koweta Indian Community Center is location east of Ben Lumpkin Road on 141st. Street Coweta.
Coweta High School Graduation Class Of 1999-May 18, 1999 8:00 P.M. at Tiger Field. Project Graduation activities will immediately follow in the CHS gymnasium.
Panda Power Plant Meeting- May 6, 1999 7:00 P.M. at The Coweta Public Library. Panda Energy International Inc. has scheduled a public meeting to discuss the 200 million project and address any concerns residents may have. Public attendance is encouraged.
Coweta Public School Choir- May 6, 1999 7:00 P.M. at CHS gymnasium. High school vocalists will perform for "www.thatsentertainment.com" during the free concert. The music teacher invite all area residents to attend the event.
Senior Golf Event-May 7, 1999 9:00 A.M. at Hilltop Golf Course. A senior scramble for golfers ages 50 and over. The event is a three-person scramble and entry fee is $5.00 per player plus green fee. To sign up and play, call Hilltop at (918)483-9551.
First Assembly "Love Your Neighbor Day"-May 8, 1999 9:00A.M. to 12:00P.M. at The First Assembly Of God Church. The church will be busy with a variety of services available for the general public. During this time they will be free health & Dental screenings, free haircuts, car repair analysis, free car wash, food, clothing distributions and free home computer analysis. Each of these gifts is made possible through the volunteer efforts of the professionals and talented people who attend the church. Everyone is invited to come and allow us to show our love by helping you with a need that may be in your life.
Retired Teachers Meeting-May 10, 1999 10:00 A.M. at Glen's Restaurant in Wagoner. The meal will be Dutch treat. Participating members will visit the Wagoner Historical Museum. All area retired educators and support personnel are invited to attend.The Wagoner County Republican Party Meeting-May 11, 1999 Will be holding a countywide meeting at the Silver Dollar Cafe, 12211 Kountry Fair Plaza (Hwy 51), Coweta, beginning at 7:00 p.m. Quineta Wylie, Oklahoma Republican Party Chairman, will discuss her reelection campaign. Mark Dunbar, Tulsa County State Committeeman, will also discuss his candidacy for Vice Chairman of the Oklahoma Republican Party. Anyone interested in the political process may attend regardless of their party affiliation. For more information contact Wagoner County Chairman Rick Moore at 485-0095 or e-mail email@example.com.
Coweta Library Book Sale-April 29 to May 1, 1999 at the Coweta Library. The Coweta Friend of the Library organization will hold a 3 day book sale. Anyone who would like to donate books for the sale are urged to bring them to the library. To learn more call Coweta Library at (918)486-6532
Spring Fling-May 1, 1999 The celebration of spring will be held on this day throughout the community. Many events will take place in the Oak Grove Center on Highway 51. A quits show will on display at 10:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. near the Emporium. Teddy Bear Fair, Tea Party & Hat Show from 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. A flea market is planned at the Oak Grove Center. Anyone who would like to participate is urged to submit an entry. To lean more, call Kelly at (918)486-2513 or Nedra (918)486-6561.
Swap Meet-May 1, 1999 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. at Oil Capital Rod & Gun Club in Coweta. Sell or trade your guns, fishing, knives, archery or display your collection. Hot dogs & soft drinks 50˘ cents each. All club firearms safety rules apply. Tables $10.00 to non-members. For more info e-mail Jack at firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Art Show-May 3-5, 1999 at upper portion of the Coweta High School gymnasium. The spring show will feature senior portfolios. Seniors will display a combination of their best work from 9th to 12th grades. All area residents are invited to attend.
Cub Scout Pie & Cake Auction-April 27, 1999 6:30 P.M. at Central Elementary in the gymnasium. The public is invited to attend and show support for the local Club Scout Pack #952.
Golf Tournament-April 24, 1999 at The Woods Golf Course by the Coweta High School Golf Booster Club. All proceeds from the tournament will benefit the CHS golf teams. For more info call: Chester (918)-486-1776 or Paul (918)486-3117
Indian Taco Dinner & Silent Auction-April 24, 1999 4:00P.M. to 8:00P.M. at St. Vincent De Paul Church 1100 S. 297th E. Ave. G. Everyone's is welcome. Advance tickets from any member $5.00 each, under 8 $2.50 & tickets at the door $5.50/$2.50. To go orders welcome at (918)486-4757
Kindergarten Screening Planned-April 21-22, 1999 9:00 A.M. by appointment only each day at physical education building west of the Intermediate Grade Center. Prospective students who will enter kindergarten during the 1999-2000 school year are targeted for a screening and enrolment process. The screen is free to Coweta School district residents. For a appointment Call: Coweta Board Of Education Office at (918)486-6506
Coweta High School Talent Show-April 1, 1999 1:30P.M. & 7:00P.M. at Coweta High School. Everything from skits and dancing to bands, singing and flag routines are planned. A total of 19 acts are scheduled to perform. Admission to the show is $3.00 for adults and $1.00 for students. For more info call the Coweta High School at (918)486-4474
Pancake Breakfast Benefit- April 3, 1999 7:00A.M. to 12:00P.M. at DAV Headquarters 210 S. Broadway. By American Veterans Chapter #88 in Coweta. A meal of pancakes, sausage, bacon and beverage will be served for a donation. All proceeds from the benefit fundraising breakfast will go toward upkeep projects at the DAV Headquarters, 210 S. Broadway. For more info call Commander Bill Hamilton at (918)486-4693.
1980 Coweta Class Reunion-April 3, 1999 2:00P.M. at the First National Bank Of Coweta Training Center. (behind The Main Bank) All classmates interested in helping organize the reunion for the year 200 are urged to attend. for more info call Doug Denton at (918)486-2411 or (817)847-9170.
Vietnam Moving Wall In Coweta-April 9 to 15, 1999 at the Coweta High School Football Field. A candlelight service is planned for Sunday, April 11 at 8:30 P.M. This service will be a special time of remembering the Cowetans who lost their lives in Vietnam an Oklahoma's 45 prisoners of war and those missing in action. The public is invited.
Coweta Chamber Of Commerce Awards and installation Banquet- April 16, 1999 7:00P.M. in the Coweta High School commons area. Barbecue meal is planned and Sonny Reynolds will provide entertainment. Tickets are 12.50 and may be purchased at the Chamber Office in the Mission Bell Museum. Any business or organization would like to join the Chamber is urged to call Kelly Theodore at (918)486-2513.
Wild Onion Dinner-March 20, 1999 11:30A.M. to 5:00P.M. at Cedar Creek Baptist Church in Coweta. All proceeds from the dinner will benefit a church member family who is struggling with medical bills. Church is located 2 blocks west of Division on Chestnut Street.
Moving Wall Auction & Cookout Fund-raiser-March 20, 11:00A.M. at Coweta Wal-Mart. Activity begins at 11:00A.M. when hot dog, hamburgers, soda and chip will be served for a donation. At 2:00P.M. Auctioneer Mark Bates will begin calling for bids on a number of quality items donated by area businesses and individuals. All proceeds from Saturday's fundraising activities will go toward the moving wall fund.
Pancake Breakfast Fund-raiser-March 20, 1999 7:00A.M. to 10:30A.M. at New Home Free Will Baptist Church. The youth group will be sponsoring the event. The all-you-can eat breakfast cost is $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for children ages six and under. All proceeds will go to the Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College In More. The Church is located on the southwest corner of Highway 51 and Midway Road.
AA Meetings-Saturday & Monday evening at Catholic Church, 1100 S. Ave. G. For more info call (918)486-3797 or (918)486-3641.
Weigh Down Workshop Classes-Jan. 31,1999 at 7:00 P.M. at The First Baptist Church in Coweta." Weigh Down" is a weight loss program that uses no pills, no calorie counting and no special foods. The program is all based on obedience to God. A free orientation session at the church on Jan. 31. Anyone may join the 12-week program. Fees vary for firsttimers, second persons in the same household and second and third timers. Classes will be held each Tuesday evening from 5:30 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. and each Saturday morning from 8:30 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Child care is offered during classes. More info call (918)-486-2158 or Linda at (918)-486-1095.
Coweta Youth Boys Baseball- Sign-up-Coweta Youth Baseball is still needing boys ages 7-14 to sing up for the summer season. Practice begin soon, so sieges are needed as quickly as possible. For more info contact Chance (918)486-5054.
Substitute Teacher Workshop Meeting-March 11, 1999 9:30 A.M. at the Board Of Education meeting room in the school's administrative offices. Anyone interested in serving as a substitute teacher must attend a workshop if they have not previously attended. Applicants must hold a high school diploma or GED and bring their social security card, driver's license, transcripts and teaching certificate. More info CALL (918)486-6506.
Fund-raiser Cookout & Auction- March 13, 1999 11:00 A.M. at Coweta Wal-Mart. Coweta Masonic Cassidy Lodge 251 and Wal-Mart are teaming up with local veterans fund-raiser for the Vietnam Veteran Moving Wall Memorial project.
Wagoner County Republican Meeting- March 13, 1999 12:00 P.M. at The Coweta Public Library. County Chairman Sandy Hodges Will be those attending the precinct meeting will elect delegates to the County Convention. For More info call Monroe at (918)357-1565.
"THE TULSANS" IN CONCERT-March 14, 1999 7:00P.M. at Emmanuel Southern Baptist Church of Coweta, The gospel singing group. No admission charged, but a love offering will be received. The public is welcome. Call the church at (918)486-4100 for more information.
Donkey Basketball-March 4, 1999 at 7:00P.M. in the junior high gymnasium in Coweta. Junior class members will compete against various merchants in this hilarious event, which raises money for the CHS Junior/Senior Prom. Advance tickets to the game are $5 for adults and students in junior high and high school are $3 for children in grades 1-6 and senior citizens ages 60 and older. Children five and younger are admitted free. To order tickets call Sue Garrett at (918)486-4444.
Donkey Basketball-March 2, 1999 at 7:00P.M. in the Otto "Toad Walters Fildhouse in Porter. The donkey basketball game is planned to serve as fund-raisers for the senior class in Porter. Porter Consolidated students and teachers will be participating in the event, which is raising money for the senior trip.
A Benefit Chili Supper And Gospel Concert- Saturday, February 27, 1999 at and hosted by Emmanuel Southern Baptist Church of Coweta. The chili supper will be from 5:30-7:00P.M. $4 per person contribution is suggested for this event. A gospel concert featuring the "Wings of Love" from Miami, OK, will follow at 7:00. This is a benefit for Josiah Smith, infant son of Brock & Julie Smith of Coweta, who was born on Dec. 18th with multiple heart defects. All proceeds from this event will go to pay for medical expenses for Josiah.
Revival At Lighthouse Church-Feb 14,1999 to Feb.21,1999 Services start at 6:00PM on Sunday and 7:30P.M. all other nights. Are Evangelist is Rev. Jim Laudell From Sulphur Springs, Texas. For more info call: Paster Doung Hash at (918)486-5788. Web site http://netministries.org/see/churches/ch04181
Golf Polar Bear Scramble-Feb.20,1999 10:00A.M. at Hilltop Golf Course. The cost to play is 10.00 per couple plus green fees. More info call:Pam at (918)483-9551.
2th Annual Chili Cook-Off-Feb. 20,1999 at the Koweta Indian Community Center, 30901 E. 141th. Street. Ribbons, prizes and cash awards will be present to the winning entries in this year's competition. Cash awards are $70.00 $50.00 and $25.00. All chili entered in the contest must be homemade, using no pre-packaged mixes. Deadline to enter is Saturday, Feb. 13. The public is invited to addend the cookoff. More info call: (918)486-9904.
Golf Couple's Scramble-Feb.14,1999 10:00A.M. at Hilltop Golf Course. The cost to play is 10.00 per couple plus green fees. Deadline to enter is Feb.18. Cash prizes will be awarded. To enter call Pam at (918)483-9551.
Indian Taco Dinner-Feb.13,1999 11:00A.M to 3:00PM. at Davis Chapel is located one and one-half miles south of Coweta on Highway 72.For Indian United Methodist Church. A meal of Indian tacos, beverage and dessert will be served for a 5.00 donation per person. All proceeds will be used to help rebuild the church.
Girls Softball Final Sign-up-Feb.13,1999 11:00A.M. to 1:00P.M. at Coweta Wal-Mart. For more information call Kannon(918)486-2628 or Terri Hodges (918)486-3597.
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