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OGH Auxiliary hears history of organization

The Ochiltree General Hospital Auxiliary met Feb. 3.

Debby Schollenbarger, president, conducted the meeting, and Carolyn Thomas opened the meeting with prayer.

Jean Pshigoda reported on the gift shop, noting that jewelry, candy, snacks and greeting cards are selling well.

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PJH Choir Students Earn Top Awards

Eleven students in the Perryton Junior High choir were awarded 1’s during Contest at Amarillo Tascosa on Saturday, Jan. 25.

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Willis Foundation provides trauma training for OGH medical personnel

The Dean Allen Willis Foundation has provided education and training for Ochiltree General Hospital medical personnel for almost 25 years.

The foundation’s training is centered in the fields of trauma and emergency care. Those courses allow the hospital to maintain its Level IV Trauma Center accreditation.

The foundation assists with tuition and travel expenses for that training, including mileage, hotels and meals. Some of the training also takes place at OGH, allowing more of the medical team to take advantage of the learning experience without leaving Perryton.

 

 

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Dec
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Jennie Junes have holiday luncheon

The Jennie June Club met Dec. 11 at the Senior Citizen Center for a noon luncheon.

After lunch, Penny Clark, president, called the meeting to order and the collect was read.

Clark read a quote for the day to the group from Roy T. Bennett, “Light in the Heart”: “Accept yourself, love yourself and keep moving forward. If you want to fly, you have to give up what weighs you down.”

First vice president Darless Bishop reported on the social held in the home of Kay Neufeld Dec. 6. She also said the Amarillo Sod Poodles game schedule is available, and a group trip to a game will be discussed at the January meeting.

Arlene Boxwell, project chairman, told the group the Panhandle Crisis Center will let the club know when more blankets are needed.

Carolyn Thomas, corresponding secretary, announced members with birthdays in December: Barbara Johnson on Dec. 6 and Diana Wooster on Dec. 17.

 

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Dec
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Jennie June Club has program on Operation Christmas Child project

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The Jennie June Club enjoyed a program on Operation Christmas Child at its meeting Nov. 13 at Perry Memorial Library. Hostesses were Debby Schollenbarger, Sandra Splawn and Carolyn Thomas.

Vicky Black, local coordinator, gave the program. Operation Christmas Child is part of the larger organization, Samaritan’s Purse. It was started in 1993 by Franklin Graham after he received a call from a British pastor on the plight of children in Bosnia. That first year, 28,000 shoe boxes were shipped.

The collection and sending of shoe boxes, filled with various items, around the world has grown tremendously. To date, 164 million boxes have been shipped.

Black also explained that a drop off system has been developed to collect boxes and ship them to processing centers. Locally, Victory Family Church is the drop off center.

 

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21
Nov
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Range Clapp

Range Clapp

Private Range Clapp, 19, of Perryton graduated from United States Marine Corps boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, on Nov. 1.

He successfully completed 13 weeks of intensive basic training as one of 79 recruits in Training Platoon 1035. While in recruit training, Private Clapp achieved expert rifleman.

After 10 days home on leave he reported to Camp Pendleton for one month of military combat training. He will then attend Military Occupation Specialty School for refueling ground and aviation equipment for three months at Fort Leonard Wood, MO.

Private Clapp will then be serving in the Reserves as he completes his college education before going into active service.

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17
Nov
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Delta Kappa Gamma has program on crisis center

Delta Kappa Gamma met at the Panhandle Crisis Center on Nov. 4.

Rachel Martin, crisis center coordinator, talked about what the center does to empower victims. She said the crisis center served 354 clients in the past year. After her talk, she gave the group a tour of the building.

Members then stayed and worked at the center, doing several things, including putting Christmas items on shelves and hanging up clothes.

Members also donated money for the center’s Angel Tree, to buy gifts for families during the Christmas season.

 

 

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BBBS FATHER-DAUGHTER DANCE

BBBS FATHER-DAUGHTER DANCE

The Big Brothers Big Sisters Father-Daughter Dance on Nov. 2 was a success, raising over $5,000 for the organization The event was held at the Expo Center. Among the participants were Dr. Blake DeWitt and his daughter, Kallie, pictured above. Sponsors included OGH hospital staff, MB Events, Elite Oilfield Services, DeWitt Family Practice, Isabel Gutierrez, T&R Engine and Compressor Service, Payne Relief Body Works, Cherish Kaylee, Lowe’s Supermarket, United Supermarket, Pizza Hut, Deal’s a Dazzle, ASCO, Climatech, Busch Electric, Perryton Realty, Dwayne Sager, Picture This Photo Booth, Ellis Theatre, Perryton High School Culinary Arts Class, The Social Salon & Boutique, Glam Studio, Hidden Beauty, Added Touch, Rootz, Elsa’s Salon, Sammy’s Beauty Salon, Kay & Co., Jazz It Up- Shirley Howard, Amber Schickedanz, Cowan Insurance, Tyler Kirklin, Sentinel Rentals, Mary & Martha, V’lynda Barnett Meals and E & J Plumbing.

 

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10
Nov
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SO MANY BOOKS!

SO MANY BOOKS!

Students at Wright Elementary and Williams Intermediate Schools got to participate in the annual Book Fair this month. Pictured picking out a few of his favorite books is third grader Jake Schwalk, who was one of the winners in this year’s Read-a-Thon.

 

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OGH Auxiliary makes plans for the holidays

The Ochiltree General Hospital Auxiliary met Nov. 4.

Debby Schollenbarger, president, conducted the meeting. Carolyn Thomas opened the meeting with prayer.

Debbie McGarraugh gave a report on the OGH gift shop. She said it still had fall decorations, many gift items, and has received new merchandise, including Christmas decorations and Christmas bows made by McGarraugh for sale. Members are also planning to sell snacks during the Christmas holiday season.

 

 

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