Washita Valley Weekly - page 2

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Washita Valley Weekly
“My Community Magazine”
August 7, 2019
God Bless America
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Sun 1 - 6
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feels they have pucker
power will meet at the
stage for the Seed Spitting
Contest which includes
bragging rights for the
entire year.
Morgan White, the Rush
Springs Watermelon
Queen, who has selected
earlier in the year and has
been on a publicity tour
promoting the Watermelon
Festival will take the stage at 1pm.
Live musical entertainment
will be provided by Jon
Williams and the Coin Toss
Bluegrass Band and Brian
Lee Dunning, an award
winning Elvis Tribute artist
during the afternoon.
 At 4 pm, the Rush Springs
Lions Club who host the
festival will quarter 50,000
pounds of watermelon and
give to the crowd as long as
it lasts.
The live entertainment will
continue with the Gospel
Travelers and Mike McA-
doo, and at 7pm Queen Morgan White will be coro-
nated at the 2019 Rush Springs Watermelon Quee.
 Other festivities include an arts and craft fair fea-
turing over 100 vendors, watermelon exhibits, an An-
tique Car and Tractor Show and more. Snack on tasty
concessions from on-site food vendors, or browse
through rows of classic cars, motorcycles, and trucks
in the festival’s annual antique car and motorcycle
show while sipping a glass of cool lemonade.
 This is a great time to say howdy to an old friend
or two, or make a new freind or two. And, don’t
forget to stop by the real Rush Springs “Spring” for a
taste of cool Rush Springs spring water.
“75th Watermelon Festival”
continued from Page 2
The Free Watermelon Feed be-
gins at 4 pm on Saturday.
Watermelon is what it is all
about this weekend in Rush
Springs. Be sure and stop by
one of the roadside stands to
take some home along with lo-
cally grown canteloupe, corn,
tomatoes, squash, okra and
other delights.
Saving Abel at Legends Event Park
Abel will
perform at
the Legends
Event Park
stage located
on 4204 S.
4th Street in
on Saturday,
August 10 at
8 PM.
Saving Abel is an American rock band from
Corinth, Mississippi, started by Jared Weeks and
Jason Null in 2004. The band title is from the ancient
biblical story of Cain and Abel, which is about a man
killing his own brother. Band member Jason Null
thought up the band title saying “I Googled the story
of Cain and Abel and found a line about ‘there was
no saving Abel,’ which just jumped out at me.” Sav-
ing Abel’s music combines riff-heavy hard rock with
sexually charged lyrics and Southern rock influences.
Also appearing will be Kirra and Zin Babys.
Saturday August 17th Legends Event Park will
play host to Copper Chief with Buck Fuffalo and
Cade Roth.
 Steven Adler of Guns N Roses will be at the
Park with Hidden Agenda and Stain the Skin on Sat-
urday September 21st.
 Tickets for the Event Park Shows can be re-
served at ticketstorm.com or locally at Chicks Liquor,
1708 S 4th St, in Chickasha.
Rock band Saving Abel will be at Legends Event
Park on Saturday
 The public is invited
to come enjoy a day of
musical entertainment in
a relaxing atmospher on
 The all day Music Jam-
boree for the community,
will include Bluegrass,
Gospel, Country, and
Folk Music at the Quality
Inn, 2101 South 4th Street
(across from McDonalds),
Chickasha, Oklahoma.
 The doors will open at
10:00 a.m. for coffee and
doughnuts, and musical groups and Individuals will
be performing until 6:00 p.m. Bring a finger food
and enjoy music and singing.
 There will be door prizes given during the day. All
ages are welcome, and the admission is by donations
to pay for the donuts, sandwiches, and the rent.
 Future performances will be September 14, Octo-
ber 12, November 9, and December14.
 To schedule to play or for information contact
Jallane or Chet Link at (405) 224-6790 or (405) 222-
Free Music Jamboree on Saturday
Chet and Jallane Link hosts the Mu-
sic Jamboree, Chet plays guitar and
MC’s, Jallane is a drummer. Hear
them both at the Jamboree on Sat-
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