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13
Jun
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Munday earns Army promotion

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Scott Munday of Perryton was recently promoted to the rank of Sergeant First Class (SFC) in the U.S. Army.

He is the oldest son of Larry and Corene Munday of Perryton and a 2003 graduate of Perryton High School.

Munday has been active duty in the Army for 16 years and is serving as a combat medic. He is currently an instructor at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, where he instructs Advanced Leaders Course Phase III, part of the Army Noncommissioned Officer Education System.

The promotion brings a new position and responsibilities when he changes stations to Ft Hood in Killeen at the end of the year. SFC Munday has served in multiple leadership positions as a medic and been awarded the Combat Medic Badge, Expert Field Medical Badge, Combat Action Badge and Drivers Badge.

 

Sun
09
Jun
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Where are they now?...Scott Shackelford

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Scott Shackelford graduated from Perryton High School after a successful career in the classroom and on the golf course. He was a vital part of the 2002 state championship golf team. He graduated that same year and headed to Southwestern Oklahoma State University. Shackelford played on the golf team there and graduated with a degree in special education in 2006.

College was good to Shackelford. In 2006, he met and married his best friend and wonderful wife. Kami earned her business degree at SWOSU and is an amazing baker and artist. She grew up in El Reno, OK. The couple now have three beautiful girls. Zoey is 8 years old and a tom boy. She enjoys basketball, swimming all summer even in frigid water and boogie boarding in the ocean.

Sun
02
Jun
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SECOND GRADE PERFECT ATTENDANCE

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Second graders recognized for perfect attendance at the Wright honor rally were, first row, from left, Alexa Lugo, Axel Vera, Marilyn Rojo and Azel Araujo; second row, Leonardo Bustillos, Jonathan Parrales, Alexa Vela and Sebastian Anaya; and third row, Angel Banda and Steven Martinez.

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Sun
02
Jun
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Day quilt guild shares activities for grandchildren

The Friendship Quilt Guild day group met May 15 at Community Worship Center.

A short business meeting was followed by updates on members, including the death of long time member Dorothy File.

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Thu
30
May
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WRIGHT TEACHING AWARDS

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WRIGHT TEACHING AWARDS—At the Wright Elementary honor rally, special staff awards were given out. Debbie Towner, second from left, was named the Teacher of the Year, and next to her Diane Goldsberry was honored as Paraprofessional of the Year. Pictured with them are Angelica Rascon, left, and Principal Tiffany Bietz, right.

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Thu
30
May
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FIRST GRADE PERFECT ATTENDANCE

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FIRST GRADE PERFECT ATTENDANCE—Receiving awards at the Wright honor rally for perfect attendance were first graders, first row, from left, Sydney Schickedanz, Orlando Salas, Jaime Rojo and Itzayana Castaneda; second row, Riddick Burris, David Rosales, Karla Ramirez and Gilberto Torres; and third row, Adrian Vargas, Fallyn Burris and Jax Rowlan

 

 

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Sun
26
May
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Senior News

Congratulations to all of the graduates. Wishing you so much success as you pursue your dreams and goals.

I found this on Pinterest recently, and just loved the message. “Behind you, all your memories. Before you, all your dreams. Around you, all who love you. Within you, all you need.” This is the perfect sentiment for the graduate. It sure didn’t take long to go from a PHS graduate, to a senior at O.C.S.C.A. If you could go back, would you? What would you change? For me, so many things. But then again, absolutely nothing. All roads have taken me to the exact place I was meant to be.

 

 

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Sun
19
May
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Jennie June Club installs new officers

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The Jennie June Club met May 8 at First Christian Church for a noon luncheon and installation of officers. Hostesses were LaDonna Barclay, Darless Bishop, Janet Blasingame and Betty Penner.

The officers for 2019-21 were installed by Minta Wilson, who chose a theme centered around the love of flowers.

She presented each officer with a flower and explained the attributes of each flower and how they related to the duties of each office. The installation culminated with the officers placing each flower in a vase, to form a bouquet symbolizing the work of the club.

New officers are Penny Clark, president; Bishop, first vice president; McGarraugh, second vice president; Barclay, third vice president; Renee Lee, secretary; Arlene Boxwell, treasurer; Carolyn Thomas, corresponding secretary; Barbara Johnson, parliamentarian; and Janet Blasingame, auditor.

 

 

Sun
12
May
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Wolf Creek DAR has program on genealogy

The Wolf Creek Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met April 23 at Perry Memorial Library. Hostesses were Kathy Allred, Janet McLain, Janye Pointer, Myra Karnes, Minta Wilson and Dorothy Schoenhals.

Librarian Sandra Sears gave the program. She reviewed websites for genealogy research.

Regent Sherrie Rima conducted the meeting. The invocation was given by Allred, chaplain. Rima led the pledges and the American Creed, and members sang the National Anthem.

 

 

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Sun
12
May
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OGH Auxiliary hears report on gift shop

The Ochiltree General Hospital Auxiliary met May 6 in the OGH conference room.

Debby Schollenbarger, president, conducted the meeting, which was opened with a prayer by Carol McGarraugh.

Jean Pshigoda told the group that both new and regular items are selling well in the gift shop. Members voted to close the gift shop at 12 noon on Friday afternoons during the summer months.

 

 

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