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Washita Valley Weekly  
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February 20, 2019
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Republicans to hold precinct
meetings, county convention
 Grady County Republicans have issued an official
call for Precinct Meetings and a County Convention
to be held Thursday February 21 at the Canadian Val-
ley Technology Center-Chickasha Campus (Rooms
1-2 of Building 200) located at 1401 Michigan Ave.
in Chickasha. The precint meetings will convene at
6:00 pm.
 The purpose of the Precinct Meetings is to hold
precinct elections to elect Precinct O cers and to
gather planks (resolutions) for consideration in the
County platform. Other business may be conducted
as needed.
 Immediately following the Precinct Meetings, the
Grady County Convention will convene at 6:30 pm
in the same location. The Convention is held every
two years for the purpose of electing County O cers,
State and District Committee Members, to elect Del-
egates to the State Convention and potentially adopt
County Platforms to be submitted to the State Plat-
form Committee. Other business may be conducted
as needed.
 Grady County Republicans are asked to bring their
current Voter ID cards to assist with the credentialing
process.! An alternate date of February 28th has been
secured for the same time and place in case of a need
to reschedule.
 “All registered Republicans in Grady County
are invited and encouraged to attend their Precinct
Meeting and the County Convention” said Grady
County Chairperson Donna Standridge. “The voting
precincts are the true grassroots level of the party and
participation is imperative to the strength and vitality
of the organization. Your input and participation is
wanted and needed.”
 For further information contact Standridge at 405-
574-2890 or
Chickasha Annual Chamber
 The Chickasha Chamber of Commerce 96th Annual
Banquet and Auction celebrating Chickasha will be
held on Friday, March 8th at the USAO Ballroom.
 The annual kick-off for the Chickasha Chamber of
Commerce highlights the collective accomplishments
that makeup the Chickasha community.
 The search is on for the Chickasha Chamber of
Commerce 2019 award winners to be presented at this
year’s banquet.
 Awards to be presented are Business of the year,
Small business of the year, Citizen of the year, Vol-
unteer of the year, Manufacturer of the year, Event of
the year ,Community Advocate of the year, Elected of-
ficial of the year, Chickasha Civic Hall of Fame
 Nominations are sought for an individual or busi-
ness who deserves the recognition of these awards.
Deadline for the nomination February 5, 2019. The
award recipient’s identity will be kept secret until it
is announced and the recipients will be honored at the
March 8, 2019 Chickasha Chamber of Commerce an-
nual banquet at the USAO Ballroom.
 Nominations should be delivered or mailed in a
sealed envelope marked: Business of the Year | Small
Business of the Year | Citizen of the Year | Volunteer
of the Year | Manufacturer of the year | Event of the
Year | Community Advocate of the Year | Elected Of-
ficial of the Year | Chickasha Civic Hall of Fame. Send
to: Chickasha Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1717,
Chickasha, OK 73023, or hand delivered to the cham-
ber office at 221 Chickasha Ave. no later than 5 p.m.,
Tuesday February 5th.
 The banquet provides Chickasha business and
community leaders an occasion to network with oth-
er Chickasha investors,
reflect on business com-
munity accomplishments,
award leadership excel-
lence, and experience
great food for an enter-
taining evening.
 A social hour will be-
gin at 6:00 pm with din-
ner following at 7:00 pm.
Another highlight of the
evening are the live and
silent auctions that show-
case donated items from
local businesses and indi-
 Individual tickets are
available for $75 each and
Corporate sponsorships
are available for $750 by
calling the Chamber at
ALDI’s opens in Chickasha on
Thursday February 21
 Folowing several months of construction, the
new ALDI’s grocery store will open in Chickasha
on Thursday, February 21. The store was converted
from the former STAPLES store located at 2318
South 4th Street.
 A day of celebration with the opening will include
prizes and savings. Those who attend the first day
will receive a free ALDI Eco Friendly Bag, while
100 customers have a chance to will a “Golden Tick-
et” worth up to $100. Also, there will be samples of
ALDI’s products on Thursday morning. Store hours
are 9am to 9 pm Monday through Sunday.
 The store will also offer some non-food items that
can be useful around the house.
 Founded by the Albrecht family, the first ALDI
store opened in 1961 in Germany, making ALDI the
first discounter in the world. Headquartered in Bata-
via, Illinois, ALDI now has more than 1,600 stores
across 35 states, employs over 25,000 people and has
been steadily growing since opening its first US store
in Iowa in 1976.
 One of the differences that local customers may
discover at ALDI’s is that a 25¢ deposit is required
to use a shopping cart. The deposit is refunded when
the cart is brought back to its storage place. Accord-
ing to the store, this helps prevent loose carts in the
parking area and saves the consumer money by not
having to hire someone to retrieve the carts.
 The other difference noted is that there is a charge
for grocery shopping bags. Shoppers are encour-
aged to bring their own bags to the store or purchase
a durable long lasting bag at the store to carry their
selections home in.
 ALDI’s features many of their products under their
own private label, ensuring that you are getting qual-
ity products at the very best prices. ALDI’s offers a
money back and product replacement guarantee as
 According to the ALDI’s website, the no-frills
grocery shopping experience focuses on custom-
ers first - delivering high quality food they’re proud
to serve their family, responsive customer service,
everyday low prices and a quick-and-easy shopping
experience with only four to five aisles and all the es-
sentials. We carry the weekly must-haves and display
them in their designed shipping boxes to help save
time and resources to re-
stock shelves. Shoppers
will find more than 90
percent of the groceries
we offer are under our
ALDI exclusive brands,
hand-selected by ALDI
to ensure that our prod-
ucts meet or exceed the
national brands on taste,
quality and, of course,
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