MuskogeePhoenix.com, Muskogee, OK

October 4, 2013

THANK YOU 10.05.13


— OKAY UNITED Methodist Church wishes to thank the community, all city officials and departments for their many acts of kindness, prayers and generous show of support during the recent loss of our beloved church. God bless you all.

Okay United Methodist Church



THE WAGONER Library Friends Corp. and the Belles Letters Reading Program at Teague Elementary School wish to thank the Masonic Lodge #98 for sponsoring the spaghetti dinner fundraiser for our programs. We greatly appreciated your help and support in this fund raiser. We thank you for the delicious spaghetti your members prepared for us, for the use of your facilities, without your help it would not have been possible to succeed. Your organization is a huge asset to the Wagoner Community for your assistance in many fundraisers for many different projects. You are appreciated.

We want to thank the Belles Lettres volunteers, members and board of the Wagoner Library Friends Corp. for selling tickets, for providing the baskets for the Silent Basket Auction, for helping to serve and clean up. We especially want to thank them for providing the delicious desserts for the dinner. We want to "thank" the many people that bought tickets to the dinner, bid on the baskets or donated money to support the fundraiser. With their help it was a success.

Thank you so very much.

Wagoner Library Friends Corp.

President John E. French



The H.B. Egan and Camel Tire Co. reunion committee would like to thank all our employees who attended our reunion on a rainy day. Thank you to Bert and Sue Beatty for sharing their home and hospitality. Ed Ousley, thank you for your time in preparing our meat again this year. We thank all of you who brought food and gave money donations.

Sue Beatty and Linda Fletcher



I WISH to wholeheartedly thank Dr. Tom Synar and staff at Animal Medical Center, 2300 Peak Blvd. Also Brenda Brown who lovingly gave her time to take care of my baby Titan, who has congestive heart failure. She also helped his 85-year-old disabled companion.

When your animals need the best care, please take them there.

Marye Hammons