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October 1, 2013

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Ada —

• Ada Rubber Art Stamp Club meets at 6:30 p.m. at Scraptopia, 107 W. Main St. Newcomers are always welcome. There are no fees and you do not need to bring anything with you in order to participate. The club meets the first Thursday of each month. For more informaiton, phone 580-310-9787.

• South Central Oklahoma Lupus Support Group meets the first Thursday of each month. The next meeting will be held  at 6 p.m. at Main Street Church of Christ, 408 E. Main St., Davis. This month the group will discuss current medical/clinical research studies.  This meeting is open to all persons with lupus, those who have a loved one or friend with lupus, or anyone who would like to learn more about lupus.  For more information regarding the meeting, upcoming activities, information on lupus, or telephone support, please contact Vickey Wiles at 580-247-0980 or vickeywiles@gmail.com. 

 

FRIDAY

OCTOBER 4, 2013

• Byng High School Theatre presents “Our Leading Lady” at 7 p.m. in Byng High School auditorium. “Our Leading Lady” is  a comedy that takes place at the end of the Civil War in Ford’s Theatre. The story follows the backstage antics and rivalries of actors performing “Our American Cousin” before and after the Lincoln assassination. Ticket  prices are $3 each for students and $5 each for adults and will be available at the door. 

• Vanoss Volunteer Fire Department hots its appreciation dinner for the community at 6 p.m. at the Vanoss Volunteer Fire Department. To thank the community for its support the volunteers are serving a free barbecue dinner. For more information, phone Rance Walker, fire chief, at 580-310-4792.

 

SATURDAY

OCTOBER 5, 2013

• Byng High School Theatre presents “Our Leading Lady” at 7 p.m. in Byng High School auditorium. “Our Leading Lady” is  a comedy that takes place at the end of the Civil War in Ford’s Theatre. The story follows the backstage antics and rivalries of actors performing “Our American Cousin” before and after the Lincoln assassination. Ticket  prices are $3 each for students and $5 each for adults and will be available at the door. 

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