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April 25th, 2013

Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center continues renovations and additions

April 25, 2013

For 63 years the Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center has been committed to providing quality health care to the families of southeastern Oklahoma. Its staff and leaders have remained dedicated to providing healthcare in a supportive and compassionate environment by combining state of the art medical technology with the personal touch of down home service.
Over the years, the facility has expanded to 84 beds with a dedicated staff providing comprehensive medical care to the nearly 50,000 residents of LeFlore County and the surrounding areas.

LeFlore County Emergency Medical Services; Making a difference one life at a time

April 25, 2013

LeFlore County Emergency Medical Services has continued to grow since its inception in 1976. The service has seen expansion from a single ambulance with the administrative office located in the LeFlore County Courthouse to its current size of five stations and a fleet of eight ambulances and two quick-response emergency vehicles.
With a new home in Poteau completed a decade ago, the stations located in Spiro, Pocola and Heavener since have had a makeover from small homes or single-wide trailers to modern stations.

Choctaw Nation Health Services, providing excellence in rural health care

April 25, 2013

Choctaw Nation Health Services Authority is a prominent leader in providing “Excellence in Rural Health Care” in Southeastern Oklahoma.
Continuing to grow through the addition of new services and facility renovations, guarantees their patients receive the most up-to-date, quality healthcare available and improves patient access to care.

April 24th

Wine and Arts Festival this weekend

April 24, 2013

“An Evening at the Gallery” — Poteau Rotary Wine and Arts Festival — will take place from 4-8 p.m. Saturday at the Donald W. Reynolds Center.
Admission is $20 online at www.poteaurotary.org or $25 at the door. You must be 21 to attend.
Attendees will be able to taste wines from seven Oklahoma wineries, ample gourmet food selections and peruse gallery artwork.
Entertainment will feature performances by local artists on two different stages and Poteau's Good Times Theatre.

April 23rd

Relay for Life kickoff set for Monday

April 23, 2013

Relay for Life of LeFlore County will kick off this year’s program at 5:30 p.m. Monday at Poteau City Hall.
The annual cancer awareness and fundraising walk is planned for Sept. 7 at Costner Stadium.
Monday’s kickoff will include information tables and a chance to meet other participants.
A short video entitled “What is Relay” will be shown.
For more information, call April Leathers at (580) 513-6533 or e-mail her at april.leathers@cancer.org. More information is available at www.relayforlife.org/leflorecook.

April 22nd

Cinco de Mayo festival is canceled

April 22, 2013

Plans for a Cinco de Mayo festival in Poteau have been canceled.
Folks looking for traditional Mexican entertainment that weekend aren't out of luck, however.
Heavener Runestone Park will hold its Latin Flair Festival from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, May 4, according to organizer Mike Kennerson.
Poteau Main Street Matters dropped plans for it May 5 celebration because preparations fell behind schedule with the recent departure of executive director Kerri Powers, said new manager Eric Standridge.

April 18th

Poteau Main Street Matters

April 18, 2013

Poteau
Main Street Matters

P.O. Box 353 or 104 N. Witte Ave., Poteau, OK 74953
Contact: Eric Standridge, Program Manager at 918-647-8648
Historic Downtown Poteau: Preserving the Past … Planning for the Future. Downtown Poteau was developed as the business hub of the community in the early 1900s. We still have businesses that have been here since 1896 like Bridgman’s Furniture.

Poteau Kiwanis Club

April 18, 2013

Poteau Kiwanis Club

700 S. Broadway, Poteau, OK 74953
Contact: Craig Hall, 918-647-4443
The Poteau Kiwanis Club is a service organization with a primary emphasis on serving the youth of our community.
The Kiwanis Club meets each Thursday at noon at the Western Sizzlin.
The Club has several events each year to serve Poteau and the surrounding community.
Each year, the Kiwanis Club puts on the Little Olympics in April, a popular event held at Costner Stadium, drawing elementary students from all over LeFlore County to Poteau for a fun evening of running and competing.

April 17th

Mullin to host Congressional Service Academy

April 17, 2013

MUSKOGEE – DATE- Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-2) will host a Congressional Service Academy information session for Second District students interested in applying to one of the nation’s service academies.
“This is a chance for students, parents and school counselors to come and get the information they need on the service academies and the types of candidates they are looking for,” said Mullin. “We have some very talented and bright students in the Second District and I hope they will take advantage of this opportunity.”

Organic Soil Workshop Set for April 27

April 17, 2013

Learn organic methods for building soil fertility at a Kerr Center workshop from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 27, from 9-5, at center headquarters. 
Registration, due by April 22, costs $35 and includes lunch. Space is limited. 
For more information call the center at (918) 647-9123, or visit www.kerrcenter.com to see the workshop schedule/agenda and to register.
Participants will learn ways to improve the soil on their farm or in their garden.  

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