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Fort Gibson

October 14, 2013

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GED testing

set for this month

GED testing will be available in Fort Gibson from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Oct. 28 and 29. There will be three tests a night with limited space available. Cost is $75 or $50 for a re-test. Testing will be held in the North Educational Building, 500 S. Ross St., across from the Administration Building. To pre-register or for information: Community Education Office, (918) 478-4034. Only five Spanish spots available.

Estate planning

seminar scheduled

 

Mark Young of Edward Jones Investments and a local attorney will be offering a free seminar from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 17 in the Fort Gibson North Educational Building, 500 S. Ross St. The seminar will cover benefits of trusts in estate planning, what to consider when creating your will, how to help reduce taxes on your estate and how insurance can help protect your family. For information and to RSVP, call Carol Rouse at (918) 478-4793 or carol.rouse@edwardjones.com or the Community Education Office at (918) 478-4034 by Oct. 16.

Education committee

sets election tonight

Fort Gibson Schools will conduct the annual Indian Education Committee election at 6:30 tonight in the Administration Building Community Room.

Parents of Johnson O’Malley eligible students are invited to attend.

Information: Nancy Williams, (918) 478-2474.

 

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