Durham

We had another little snowstorm on Tuesday but was mostly melted by Wednesday. By Thursday it was down to 10 degrees but has warmed up into the 50’s. The Durham Willing Workers had their February meeting on the 4th. Janna Montgomery was the hostess and treated the club members to an early Valentine’s Day dessert table. Everyone reported their pecan sales and there are still a few pounds here and there. It’s the last chance to get them so if you missed out please call the president Pat Collins. We finalized the plans for the annual Husband’s Valentine party.

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Canadian Club

Dewayne and Sue Moore watched Ragan Hulen play basketball at Clinton on Saturday.

Michele Jean of Stillwater and Lily Kendall met for lunch in Oklahoma City on Saturday and then attended the musical, “Come From Away.”

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Clothes Closet

me to keep up a schedule without wavering. As you know I have missed quite a few weeks not sending in the news. Then that becomes a habit of not doing it. I apologize and will do my best to get back in the loop. We have been blessed to have several new volunteers come in each week, and we seem to be keeping up with getting things out on the shelves for you. Thank you both to our regular volunteers and our new volunteers. Without you we could not stay open.

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Hammon

Brrrrrr, the temps have been downright cold with a little bit of sleet and rain on Monday and more possible snow or freezing rain through Wednesday night. Temps are once again supposed to slowly warm up by the weekend! Please continue to pray that God will continue to bless us with some really good amounts of moisture. We sure need to keep all the tall grass and vegetation wet so we don’t have fires this spring!

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Cheyenne

We had some rain, snow and sleet on Monday, but it all melted and there were not any travel issues. They are forecasting more for Tuesday and Wednesday. We are loving all the moisture! Toddler Time at the Library will be Thursday, Feb 13 at 10:30 and Book Folding Program at 6pm. Monday the 17th the Library will be closed for President’s Day.

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Washita

Can native animals and plants be intrusive? They sure can! Back in 2015, we had an invasion of Barn Swallows in our Overlook structure. So much so, that we had to quarantine the structure and not allow access due to the dangers of bird guano, mites, and possible disease. That structure no longer exists, but the new pavilion may suffer the same fate – a conference of the birds – nesting, guano, feathers, and other debris.

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Cheyenne

We had a beautiful summery weekend with temperatures close to 80 on Sunday. Monday quickly cooled back down into the low 50s and the rest of the week is supposed to be cold and they are predicting snow for some areas.

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Durham

We got six inches of snow on Tuesday. I still can hardly believe it. It came with very little wind and it wasn’t so cold and miserable. It cleared off as sudden as it came.

We attended Jr. Leonard’s service on Wednesday at Reydon. There was a big crowd.

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Hammon

The temps were amazing over the weekend, but high chances of snow and Artic cold were here by Tuesday. Temps are once again supposed to slowly warm up!

Please continue to pray that God will continue to bless us with some really good amounts of moisture. We sure need to keep all the tall grass and vegetation wet so we don’t have fires this spring!

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Washita

In National Park Service news feeds, an article by Alexander Neumeister talked “about the mental health benefits of volunteering – a sense of purpose, develops empathy, invokes passion, reduces stress, and increases social involvement.” 2020 also marks the 50th anniversary of the Volunteer program. The Volunteer In Parks (VIP) Act was passed by Congress on July 29, 1970 to allow National Parks to use volunteers.

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