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MUSKOGEE – Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) today announced upcoming town hall meetings in Okfuskee and Okmulgee counties on Thursday, May 28, 2015.

These public forums are part of Mullin’s fourth round of in-person town hall meetings to be held in Oklahoma’s Second Congressional District. All meetings are free and open to the public. Registration is not required to attend Mullin’s town hall meetings.

“I look forward to sharing my ideas for holding the president accountable and fighting for Oklahoma’s values with the people I am privileged to serve in Congress,” said Mullin. “But most importantly, I want to hear your ideas about federal bills that impact our state and nation. My office is always available to help Oklahomans navigate Washington’s red tape. During these meetings, people can learn more about ways that we can be of assistance.”

May 28, 2015
Okmulgee County
7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Council Chambers/Civic Center
115 S. 4th Street
Henryetta, OK

The soup kitchen, feeding the hungry. Need a hot meal? Every Thursday evening 4-6 pm FREE (1225 N. Griffin Okmulgee, Okla 74447)

Servants of Yeshua actively serves hot meals to hungry folks in the Okmulgee / Henryetta Oklahoma area every week.

The nutritious meals consist of homemade soups and breads.


Tuesday, May 12
AP Testing – Government & Politics – Sign up in Mrs. Humphrey’s Room
Middle School – EOI – Algebra – 8th Grade

Wednesday, May 13
AP Testing – English Language & Composition- Sign up in Mrs. Humphrey’s Room
Primary-End of Year AR Party-Main EVENT Game Center @Tulsa Hills w/Mr. Webb
Middle School – 5th Step Ladder

Thursday, May 14
AP Testing – World History - Sign up in Mrs. Humphrey’s Room
Primary – Kindergarten Graduation – Pod A – Richison, Walker, Capps
Primary – Kindergarten Graduation – Pod B – Hannon, Myers, Wolfe
Primary – Last Day for Intervention Groups
Middle School – 6th Grade Award Assembly – 12:45 p.m. at OMS

Friday, May 15
Classes in Session – Not a Snow Day
High School Tennis – Boys State - @OKC Tennis Center
Primary – May Student of the Month – 8:30 a.m.
Primary – Transition Meeting w/2nd Grade to 3rd Grade – 9:30 a.m. @Elementary
Middle School – State of Oklahoma Art Test & 7th Grade Award Assembly – 1 p.m.

Saturday, May 16
Armed Forces Day
High School Tennis – Girls State - @OKC Tennis Center

Sunday, May 17
Baccalaureate – First Baptist Church – 2 p.m.

Monday, May 18
All Sports Banquet – OHS Cafeteria – 6:30 p.m.
Primary – Principal Honor Roll for 4th 9 Weeks & Semester – 8:30 to 9:15 a.m.
Primary – 2nd Grade Field Day – Survivor Theme – 1st Grade Field Day
Middle School – Semester Test – 8th Grade Only

Tuesday, May 19
Letter “O” Program – at the High School – TBA
Senior Awards at the High School after Letter “O” Awards
High School Track – Meet of Champions – Moore
Primary – PK-2 – Super Popcorn Day - $2 Popcorn, Drink & Toy
Primary – Board Game DAY in Classrooms – Also AR Party – 25 Point Party – Ice Sundaes
Middle School – Semester Test – All Grades

Wednesday, May 20
Primary – Super Recess Day – Inflatables – If raining will be moved to Brock Gym
PK-KG: East Side of Building-8:30 to 11:30 a.m.; 1st & 2nd Grades: West Side of Building-8:30-11:30 a.m. – Switch Sides at 11:30 a.m. – Sack Lunches from Cafeteria TodaY
Middle School – Semester Test - 6th & 7th Grades Only
Middle School – 8th Grade Picnic – 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Middle School – 8th Grade Graduation Rehearsal

Thursday, May 21
Middle School – 8th Grade Graduation & Awards Assembly @1 p.m.
Primary – Awards Assembly – PK-KG...8:30-9:30 a.m.; 1st & 2nd …9;45 to 10:45 a.m.
Primary – Final Report Cards Sent Home Today – Sack Lunches in Cafeteria

Friday, May 22
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION – 8 p.m. at Harmon Stadium
Professional Day

Saturday, May 23

Sunday, May 24

Monday, May 25
Memorial Day
National Missing Children’s Day

Tuesday, May 26

Wednesday, May 27

Thursday, May 28

Friday, May 29

Saturday, May 30

Sunday, May 31

The Okmulgee JOM Parent Committee has moved the Regular Parent Meeting from May 14th to Wednesday, May 13th at 5:30 pm.  It will be held at the Maybrey Bank Meeting Room located at 111 E. 6th Street.  For questions call 918-284-5236.

OKMULGEE, Okla. — The Muscogee (Creek) Nation School Clothing Program will begin accepting applications Friday, May 1 for the 2015-2016 school year. The program is open to all enrolled Muscogee (Creek) students regardless of residence.

Applications for the program are accepted year-round, May 1 to April 30.

Students ages 3-18 who are enrolled in a certified Head Start Program, public school, private school or homeschool program are eligible for the $200 grant.

The grant is not based on income requirements.

Applications can be obtained from the MCN School Clothing Office in Okmulgee, MCN Southern Regional Office in Wetumka, any MCN Child Development Center, any MCN Community Center, or available online at: http://www.mcn-nsn.gov/Pages/SchoolClothing/schcloth.html.

Applications can be sent in by mail, fax, email or dropped off at the School Clothing office.

For more information about the program and documentation requirements, contact the MCN School Clothing Program at: 918-549-2473.

OKMULGEE – Food safety training classes will be held on Thursday, May 7 at Mvskoke Food Sovereignty Initiative (MFSI) offices located at 100 E. 7th St., Ste. 101 in downtown Okmulgee.
Two food safety training classes will be held on this date; the first class will be held at 10 a.m. and the second class will be held at 2 p.m. You will only need to attend one class.

This marks the fourth year that David Hogner, District Environmental Health Officer at Okmulgee Office of Environmental Health Services has held food safety training classes at MFSI offices.

Please RSVP to MFSI staff June Marshall at (918) 752-6139 or Dicey Barnett or Sue White at (918) 756-5915.

Mvskoke Food Sovereignty Initiative is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, organized exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes.

TULSA, Okla. — The Muscogee (Creek) Nation District Court will host the 13th annual Doing Business in Indian Country: Invasion and Resurrection of Native Society from the Tribal Court’s Perspective Continuing Legal Education Course April 30-May 1 at the River Spirit Event Center in Tulsa.

“The CLE hosted by the Muscogee Nation District Court covers in one setting the breadth of topics comprising tribal and Indian law from the tribal perspective,” MCN District Court Judge Gregory Bigler said. “Attendees will hear from some of the leading legal scholars and also those involved in the daily operations of tribal courts.”

Presenters from around the state of Oklahoma and the U.S. will be in attendance, discussing topics including: traditional and current Indian law, contracts and the Indian Child Welfare Act.

“Savage Anxieties: The Invention of Western Civilization” author Robert Williams Jr. is the keynote speaker for the event. A special reception will be held April 30 at 5:30 p.m. at the Tulsa Marriott Southern Hills to honor Williams.

Williams is the E. Thomas Sullivan law professor and faculty co-chair of the University of Arizona Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program. Participants who attend the special reception will have an opportunity to have their copy of “Savage Anxieties” signed by the author.

Attendees will receive 12 hours of Oklahoma Bar Association approved CLE credit, including one hour of ethics credit.

“Anyone interested in learning more about modern tribal governments and how they got to their current status should attend,” Bigler said. “We are very fortunate to have such a wonderful opportunity to share with everyone regardless of whether they are seeking legal education credits or just to increase their awareness and knowledge of Indian Country.”

The cost to attend the seminar for one day is $150. Participants who pre-register can attend the seminar on both days for $225. Onsite registration for the two-day seminar is $250.

Registration forms can be accessed online at: www.muscogeecreektribalcourt.org. For more information contact the MCN District Court at: 918-758-1400.


Twister Days promises to be a ton of fun for the whole family and it is all happening this weekend! 

Last year was the inaugural groundbreaking for the event that ended up as a huge success when Morris, OK celebrated their 30th anniversary of the rebuilding of the community after a tornado swept through the town nearly destroying the whole city. The event celebrates the cities strong community spirit.

There will be many activities throughout the day see event schedule:

Friday, April 24

1:00- BBQ Competitors start setting up on Young Street west of Highway 52 by the Community Center.


Live music and food trucks

Bring your lawn chairs and plan on spending the evening listening to music, having dinner and being with friends and family!

Saturday, April 25 MORRIS TWISTER DAYS!!!

8:15-7:00 Live Entertainment

(Live band schedule will be posted once finalized)

8:15-7:00- Kid Zone Complete with inflatables, Laser Tag, Oribitor, Pony Rides and games!!!

10:00- 6:00- "Got To Have It" Market

1:45-3:00 TASTERS CHOICE kits will be sold. Plan on coming out and sampling all of the wonderful BBQ!

3:30 Awards Ceremony

For more information:

Event Coordinator & BBQ Cook off Coordinator:

Sarah Amador  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  918-759-1338


Aaron Graffman
OSU Prevention Programs

On April 28, 2015, OSU Prevention Programs will be hosting Responsible Beverage Service and Sales (RBSS) Training in Okmulgee County. This is a merchant training for those who sell or serve alcohol or 3.2 beer. The training will be held at The Henryetta Housing Authority located at 1708 West Ragan in Henryetta from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

“Prevention of Youth Access to Alcohol Act" is an Oklahoma state law that protects youth from the harmful effects of alcohol use by making it illegal to provide or sell alcohol or 3.2 beer to anyone under the age of 21. This law is continually being enforced by law enforcement agencies. If this harmful substance is sold to a person under the legal age, the contributor will face legal consequences consisting of an expensive citation, possible jail time, and/or felony charges.

RBSS Training is an opportunity for all alcohol sellers and servers to learn about Oklahoma State Laws. Sellers and servers include store clerks, restaurant wait staff, bartenders, managers, employers, and owners of any alcohol vendor located in Okmulgee County. The training will, also, provided important tips on how and why it is important to implement safe practices when selling alcohol and 3.2 beer.

The Responsible Beverage Service and Sales training is free of charge and will be held at The Henryetta Housing Authority starting at 1:00 p.m. Attendees will be provided with informational packets and light refreshments will be served. Confirmation of your attendance and the number of participants will be appreciated. For more information, questions, and to RSVP call Margaret Black at 918-756-1248.

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