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October 10, 2013

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Area briefs are for non-profit events and organizations. Briefs must be submitted at least five days before the event by bringing them into the office, emailing them to adanewslifestyle@cableone.net or faxing them to 580-332-8841. Briefs will not be accepted over the telephone. Church-related briefs are published only on Friday’s religion page. All activities may be subject to change due to weather conditions. 

 

THURSDAY

OCTOBER 10, 2013

• The Ada Library Friends members sale opens to the public from 8:30 to 5:30 p.m. Small format paperback books will be fifty cents each. Most hardcover books will be one dollar and up. Anyone making large purchases must keep containers at the end of aisles, so others can get by to make their selections. Don’t miss this opportunity to stock up on some great books at bargain prices. For more information, phone us at 580-436-8121.

• A taco sale takes place from 4-7 p.m. at Chickasaw Senior Center, 1005 Chamber Loop. Pie auction with Dr. John Garber as auctioneer begins at 5:30 p.m. Entertainment is provided by Red Barn Band. Cost for taco, dessert and drink is $7. Phone 436-1007 for call-in orders of two or more for delivery or pickup.

 

FRIDAY

OCTOBER 11, 2013

• Pontotoc County Retired Educators Association (PCREA) meets at 11 a.m. at Ada Elks Lodge for its regular monthly meeting and noon luncheon. Billie Floyd will give the program, “Step Back in Time.” The meeting is open to all retired educators and support personnel, whether a member or not.

• The Ada Library Friends members sale opens to the public from 8:30 to 5:30 p.m. Small format paperback books will be fifty cents each. Most hardcover books will be one dollar and up. Anyone making large purchases must keep containers at the end of aisles, so others can get by to make their selections. Don’t miss this opportunity to stock up on some great books at bargain prices. For more information, phone 580-436-8121.

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