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September 3, 2019 - December 13, 2019 @ High Plains Technology Center
Have you always dreamed of becoming an EMT? Now is your chance! We will be offering a Basic EMT class, beginning September 3rd. Contact Tammy at 580-571-6159 or Steven at 580-571-6120 for more information. This course is approved by the Oklahoma State Department of Health/EMS Division.
September 3, 2019 - October 10, 2019 @ High Plains Technology Center
Learn some basic Spanish for travel or everyday conversation. Helpful in asking for directions, finding places, learn money and currency exchange for shopping, dining out, days of the month and basic greetings.
Classes are Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Start date 9-3-19 End date 10-10-19
Start time 6:30 PM End time 8:30 PM Registration Deadline 9-3-19
September 7, 2019 - October 26, 2019 @ Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum
Photographs that were accepted into the photo contest are on exhibit
September 12, 2019, 4:30 PM
September 12, 2019, 5:00 PM
September 12, 2019, 6:30 PM @ Woodward Conference Center
This event is aimed at shining a light on not only the winners of the award but the number of amazing women who are nominated for this prestigious award. There are three places honored as well as a People's Choice Award counted by votes made by the public the night of the event.Nominees this year are Audrey Mabrey, Angela Rhoades, Vi Thomas, Betty Munsell, Brenda Alexander, Chasity Bowers, Barbara Swineford, Jane Apple, Debbie Gentry, Goldie Barby, Laurie Steenbergen and Dr. Susan Davis. Northwest Oklahoma native Tracey Zwink will provide entertainment for the evening.
We encourage everyone to look around them at the many women in their work places, communities and homes who have never been recognized publicly for their dedication to their work, families and communities. Please feel free to renominate someone who was nominated in prior years.
A WOMAN WHO MEETS THE CRITERIA TO WIN THIS AWARD;
*Must live or work in the region of Northwest Oklahoma to include the Panhandle
*Demonstrates toughness and determination in her chosen field-whether that is working on a construction crew or building a family business of any kind
*She acts as a role model, mentoring and offering a hand up to other women
*Dedicates time and effort in her community
*Is a genuine person who can act in a leadership role, but who can also be led
*Is a person who has received little public recognition over the years