Washita Valley Weekly - page 4

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Washita Valley Weekly
“My Community Magazine”
June 19, 2019
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Juneteenth celebration on
tap this weekend
 The 26th Annual Chickasha Juneteenth Celebration
will be held on June 14th – 15th, 2019 and the com-
munity is invited. The celebration will began with a
parade starting 10:00 a.m. from Lincoln Elementary
School and First Baptist Church on 1st and Dakota
and end at the Wichita Valley Park at Henderson St. 
 The Opening Ceremony starts 11:00 a.m. on
Saturday June 15th, and the scheduled events start at
12:00 noon. The Keynote speaker is MG Michael C.
Thompson, Adjutant General for Oklahoma.
There will be food, games, gospel activities, musi-
cal entertainment, sack races, basketball contest and
more. Come to celebrate and have a day of fun!
Booth space is available for vendors.
 Some of the other activities will include the
presentation of the flags during the opening ceremo-
nies by the Buffalo Soldiers Calvary and Chickasha
Mayor Chris Mosley will read the Emancipation
Proclamation. Songs will be sang and balloons with
be released.
 On Friday June 14th a Rib Cook-off will begin at
noon, and a summer camp with kids art exhibit will
be on show. Popcorn, snow cones, sodas, water and
music will fill the afternoon with the Rib Cook-off
presentation at 6:30. Bingo with door prizes will fill
the evening.
  For more information regarding the local celebra-
tion contact: Desmond Taylor at 405.816.3835 or
Kirk Irby at 436.4536.
  For more information regarding the local celebra-
tion contact: Desmond Taylor at 405.816.3835 or
Kirk Irby at 436.4536.
Cinder Block Party
 Ten to fourteen year olds may want to join a
‘Design and Paint a Cinder Block Party’ on Satur-
day, June 22nd.
 Hosted by the Chickasha Area Arts Council,
the event will take place from 9-11 am at 1301
South 7th Street in Chickasha.
 Reservations are required and there is a limit
of 15 participants for this event. All supplies
Last Friday, June 14th, was Flag Day. College Heights Baptist Church lined a city block with 50 U.S. flags in commemo-
ration of the nation’s banner. Also, each branch of the military’s flag was flown along with the flag representing the
POW/MIA. With the strong winds, the flags made a very honorable presentation. KUDOS! (WVW photo by Wayne Watts)
needed will be fur-
nished, participants
should wear appropri-
ate clothing for paint-
ing. To reserve a space
call 405-905-2350 or
email chickashaarts@
gmail.com .
 The art work will be
added to the 7th Street
wall when completed. 
Cruise downtown Duncan
The first cruise of the summer is set for Friday,
June 14th from 6-10 PM on Main Street!! Only
$10/vehicle, license and insurance is required,
plus there will be a burnout contest! It will be
held at 1105 W. Main St, for $15/vehicle, and
will consist of two 20-second burnouts. The
winner receives a prize based on crowd applause
determining the winner.
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