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Fort Gibson

August 12, 2013

Over a cup: Local students get degrees from NSU

Jason Teeter of Fort Gibson, bachelor of arts — psychology-developmental

Michael Reed of Fort Gibson, master of science — substance abuse counseling

Allison Keith of Fort Gibson, bachelor of science in education — elementary education

Iva Ollar of Fort Gibson, bachelor of business administration — information systems

Chadwick Redwine of Fort Gibson, bachelor of arts — psychology-mental health

Benjamin Pemberton of Fort Gibson, master of education — school administration

Jeff Radford of Fort Gibson, bachelor of arts — American Indian studies

Jarod Lasater of Fort Gibson, bachelor of science — criminal justice

Melissa Foutch of Fort Gibson, master of business administration — masters business administration

Sarah Sparks of Fort Gibson, bachelor of science in education — early childhood education

Amber Walker of Fort Gibson, bachelor of science in nursing — nursing

Sarah Kelley of Fort Gibson, bachelor of arts — mass communication-journalism/broadcast

Rhonda Russell of Fort Gibson, bachelor of business administration — accounting-managerial

Victoria Williamson of Fort Gibson, bachelor of business administration — management-human resource

Tina Taylor of Fort Gibson, bachelor of science in nursing — nursing

Anthony McKenzie of Fort Gibson, bachelor of science — chemistry-professional

Rachael Sugg of Fort Gibson, bachelor of arts in education — spanish education

Megan Rowan of Fort Gibson, bachelor of science in education — mathematics education

Taylor Wilson of Fort Gibson, bachelor of science — criminal justice

Rachel Milligan of Fort Gibson, bachelor of science in education — elementary education

Genealogy group

sets field trip


The Fort Gibson Genealogy and Historical Society will not have a meeting this month, however they are going to have a field trip.

The group is going to the Muskogee Public Library Saturday for an entire day of research in the genealogy room.

The day will start at 9:30 a.m. when the library opens, and the ladies in the library are going to help with research.

Those doing research can take a sack lunch, and drinks will furnished. If you choose, you may go out and eat.

The group will stay until at least 3 p.m., but participants may stay a shorter or longer time. The library closes at 5:30 p.m.

Those going will need to take the surnames or info on what they need to research.

If you need a ride or more information contact Marcia Elliott at (918) 478-3345 or Mable Taylor at (918) 478-3845.

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