Friday, November 30, 2007
Thursday, November 29, 2007
Wednesday, November 21, 2007
Here is a message from Nancy Mace.....
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!
Thank you all for hosting our Hometown Broadcast on Tuesday morning. Clay (from KLAW) and I enjoyed ourselves tremendously. What a great community you have. What a beautiful setting for such an historic town. We appreciated the time that everyone took to visit with us and our listeners. I have attached a picture of us on the steps of The Plantation. I can't wait for it to open and I can't wait to come and visit each of you.
Friday, November 16, 2007
Hello Wildflower Seed Contributors!
We're in the news! Lawton Constitution, page A2. The seed is planted! Yesterday (Thursday)ODOT met me at the intersection of Highway 58 and Highway 49, unloaded the planter tractor and with directions from the State Highway Engineer, Brad Mirth, the planting went as planned. It was quite an exciting day! It took 7 Highway people to pull this off! Brad,the Engineer, then 1 man actually doing the planting, 2 men to follow and drive the pickup with the seed in the back, and then the Color Oklahoma director, Melody and a highway guy, Joe Hennessee to oversee the process. (Mercy! I had no idea!) They have made note where the seed has been planted, and intend NOT to mow in the areas come Spring. Brad Mirth and I had to hand broadcast many areas that couldn't be accessed with the planter tractor. I made sure all entrances were seeded, and around the WOW as well. I said a prayer over the seed that God may bless it and cause it to flourish! Wouldn't hurt a thing for everyone to do this, as our soil is pretty dry right now. This coming Spring will tell the tale! Congratulations Medicine Park! We're going to be beautiful for our 100th Birthday Celebration!
Thanks again for your contributions and your desire to beautify our town!
Medicine Park, you are the greatest!
Thursday, November 15, 2007
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
Monday, November 5, 2007
Attention trout fishing enthusiast! The time is nearing to pack up your gear and head out to Medicine Park for the 3rd annual Medicine Park Trout Fishing Season. The Town of Medicine Park, Economic Development Authority and Local Merchants Association are sponsoring Trout Fishing in the Heart of Scenic, and Historic Medicine Park. This year the season starts with a Kick-Off Tournament held on December 8th & 9th. The tournament will have CASH prizes and gift certificates from local merchants. Skilled (or just lucky) anglers catching a prize winning trout of 2 pounds or larger qualifies for prizes. There is no limit on the trout you can catch during the tournament.
Trout fishing takes place within the Bath Lake area of downtown Medicine Park. Trout will be stocked in Medicine Creek between the Bath Lake Dam and Lake Gondola Dam. Fishing will be permitted from the shore of Bath Lake Park on ether side of the creek, and along the paved Trail on the eastern side of the creek upstream from Bath Lake Park.
The regular season runs from December 10, 2007 to May 31, 2008. Medicine Park Trout Fishing Permit and a valid Oklahoma State Fishing Licenses (when applicable) required. During the regular season there is a limit of three trout per day.
Book mark this page or print out for a reminder.
DEC. 8, 2007 - DEC. 9, 2007
Entry Fee: $50.00 (Days of Tournament)
Entry Fee: $40.00 (Early/up to Dec. 7, 2007)
State Fishing License required if applicable
Cash Prizes for the 1st, 2nd & 3rd- Largest Trout caught (both days)
Certificates of Participation for all entries.
REGULAR TROUT SEASON
DEC. 10, 2007 - MAY 31, 2008
3 TROUT PER DAY LIMIT
Permit required: 1 Day-$15.00, 3 Day- $35.00
State Fishing License required/if applicable
For more information call: 580-529-2825 or 580-574-1101
Sunday, November 4, 2007
Opening Reception Sunday November 4th- 4pm to 7pm. Show continues through November.
Why not give the gift of art for Christmas? Below are artists who's work will be featured.
Robert Dean – Monumental metal wildlife sculpture.
Michael Fahrion - Oil paintings of Wichita Mountains sunsets.
Muriel Fahrion - Photographs of the Medicine Park Wagon Camp, Medicine Show & Perils in the Park. (Proceeds benefit the Wichita Mountain Arts Council.)
Elaine Lovett - Oil paintings and drawings on a variety of subjects.
Tom Biggs - Watercolors landscapes and cityscapes inspired by his travels.
Patty Ferguson - Pottery reflecting her love for the Native People through the incorporation of antlers, feathers & turquoise beads.
Denise Wynia-Wedel - Pastel images of the Wichita Mountains area with a sampling of other subject matters.