- Ada, Oklahoma

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July 12, 2013

Green seeks re-election to Chickasaw Legislature


Ada —

Mrs. Green is a 45-year member of the Ada Business and Professional Women’s Club. She has been a member of the Silver-Haired Legislature, Chickasaw Chapter of the AARP (past president), Roff Chapter of Eastern Star (Worthy Matron) and Southeastern Area on Aging Advisory Board (past president). She is a longtime member of Sunshine Baptist Church near Fittstown, where she taught Sunday School for 16 years.

In 2012, Mrs. Green was named “Woman of the Year” by the Ada Business and Professional Women’s Club. 

“I believe in the value of our Chickasaw history, traditions and culture,” Mrs. Green said. “It is important we preserve the things that make us Chickasaw. 

“It is an honor of the highest order to serve as a Chickasaw legislator,” she said. “I pledge my continued dedication to the people I serve - the Chickasaws of Pontotoc District, and all Chickasaws.”


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