STRONG CITY COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING Everyone is invited to the Strong City Community Thanksgiving on Saturday, November 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the Community Building. Bring a covered dish and enjoy the fellowship.

DURHAM CHILI/STEW DINNER The Durham Willing Workers Club is sponsoring a fund raiser for the community building with a chili / stew dinner. It will be from noon – 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 17. Call Pat Collins, President DWW 983-2359 for details.

REYDON COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS Join us on December 1 at 6 p.m. for the annual Reydon Community Christmas. To help make this a special Christmas for our children, please send your donation today!

GENEALOGY SOCIETY MEETING Roger Mills Genealogy Society will meet Thursday, December 6, 2018, at Minnie R. Slief Library in Cheyenne at 2 p.m, In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of the Washita, Pat Versteg has scheduled Tom Goodwin to talk about a rifle issued to the 7th Cavalry. Visitors are welcomed. Additional Roger Mills genealogical information can be found at

HELP SUPPORT CHRISTMAS FOOD BASKETS The Cheyenne Sorosis Club will once again start working on the annual Christmas Food Baskets on November 26, 2018. If you would like to make any monetary donation, we have a “Food Basket Account” set up at Security State Bank. Non-perishable food items, gifts, and/or monetary donations may also be dropped off at any of the following locations: Cheyenne Floral, RMC Court Clerk’s Office, or the Twisted Pearl Salon. Donation canisters will be placed at local businesses for any change you wish to donate. Each and every penny help to make someone’s Christmas brighter.

HELP SUPPORT ANGEL TREE PROJECT The Angles for the Angel Tree Project will be available starting on November 4 & 5, 2018. You may pick up an Angel at any of the following locations: Magnolia Baptist Church, Cheyenne United Methodist Church, Twisted Peral Salon, Cheyenne Floral, RMC Court Clerk’s Office. Gifts will need to be dropped off prior to November 26, 2018 to any of the designated drop-off locations or the Ag Barn.

WHAT: Oklahoma Historical Society, 150th Symposium
WHEN: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 11:00a Welcome & blessing by Cheyenne Peace Chief, Harvey Pratt 11:15a Dr. Don Fixaco “Washita Impact on American Indian Culture” 12:00p Panel Discussion “Establishing Washita as a National Park Service Site” 1:15p Dr. Paul Hutton “Washita Impact on American History” 2:00p Program Concludes
WHERE: Oklahoma History Center, reservations required

CHEYENNE FOOD PANTRY HOURS The Food Pantry in Cheyenne is open on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month from 4-6:00 p.m., unless otherwise posted. For more information contact Carol Carter.

MENDING FENCES PROGRAM Whether you are recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction, co-dependency, abuse, depression, divorce, grief or just feel like life ran over you, this is the place to find support, freedom and healing as you recover. Meetings every Monday – 6:30 pm large group worship & lesson; 7:30 pm small group discussion & sharing. Washita Cowboy Fellowship, 306 E Broadway, Cheyenne. 580-449-1228. Child care provided.

UMC RECOVERY GROUP The Cheyenne Recovery Group still meets at the Cheyenne UM Church (404 Moad) on Tuesdays at 7PM. Come and share recovery with a mix of AA, NA and faith-based groups, as we learn how to keep the “plug in the jug” or the “cap on the bottle” and leave Mother Nature where she belongs. All persons who are battling addiction are welcome. Call Pastor Alex at 580-449-1167 for more information and details.