Claremore Daily Progress

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February 19, 2013

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CLAREMORE —

Daisy BB Day, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum. Youth through age 18 shoot free; adults, $3. Winners receive custom Daisy BB Rifles. Information: (918) 341-5707.
Will Rogers Classic — Open Horse Shows, Saturday and Sunday, Claremore Expo Center Indoor Arena. Rogers County 4-H HC Point Show on Saturday. Circuit High Point Awards Presented Sunday. New this year: Jackpot Barrels and Exhibition Rides on Saturday, and Dog Barrel Race. Information: Stacy Harvey, (918) 694-1942, or Cathy Orban, wildorbans@sbcglobal.net.
 
SUNDAY Feb. 24
First Baptist Church of Claremore hosts “Love Worth Fighting For” marriage event 4 p.m. at FBC, 200 E. Patti Page, Claremore. Actor Kirk Cameron will be guest speaker with contemporary Christian artist Warren Barfield providing music. Tickets are available by phone by calling (918) 341-8181 or by e-mail at lwff@fbcclaremore.com.
Northeast Oklahoma Garden Tractor Association’s first annual “Plow Day,” 10 a.m.-4 p.m., 5353 E. 410 Road in Oologah. Seminars and demonstrations of antique riding mowers and garden tractors working on the soil. Free to the public and attendees are encouraged to bring their own tractors. Information/directions: (918) 530-0346.
 
MONDAY Feb. 25
Will Rogers Library Genealogy Volunteers return to answer questions and assist with research each Monday, 3-7 p.m.
Rogers County Historical Society meeting, 7 p.m., Belvidere Mansion, 4th and Chickasaw. Speaker will be Elmer Symsack, docent at the Gilcrease Museum, who will give a presentation entitled “The Western Movement,” which explains and shows Gilcrease pictures about the settlement of the western United States. Refreshments served. Public is invited.
Spring Art Classes for adults begin at First Presbyterian Church Life Center, 6-8 p.m., and continue through April 29. Cost, $100. Information: Virgil Lampton, (918) 341-7867.
“Writing and Publishing Your Book from A to Z”  class by author Carol Round, 6:30-8 p.m., Northeast Technology Center. Class will meet for six weeks. Cost to attend is $40. To enroll, call (918) 342-8066. Senior citizens, 60 and older, receive a 25 percent discount.

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