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Project LIT...

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THE PROJECT LIT Book Club, made up of students and staff, recently finished their January book, “Ghost Boys.” The Project LIT Book Club is led by Mrs. Cody, the seventh grade ELA teacher. Book club members are already reading and discussing the February book and deciding on March’s book.
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Chamber happenings...

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The Hugo Area Chamber of Commerce held its monthly board meeting on Friday, Feb. 5 at Awesome Adventures. The agenda was kept short so board members had time to tour the facility. The minutes of the January meeting and Chamber financials were approved. In new business, the board voted to begin honoring a Business of the Month and selected Awesome Adventures as the Business of the Month for February. President-Elect Lena Kopp announced to the board that the Chamber’s PPP Grant in the amount of $10,200 has been approved.
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‘Song and dance on the battlefield’

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A young couple was deeply involved in the timeless dance of married couples since the first union, and I am not referring to sex. This was the dance of war. Each had taken a rigid, angry stance on opposite sides of their ballroom. In fact, the battle for this championship had escalated to the point that, no matter what one said, the other was definitely going to disagree. No compromise, take no prisoners. Victory at any cost.

Central Life Sciences partnership with Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Foundation funds new scholarships

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Central Life Sciences (Central) has partnered with the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Foundation (OCF) to provide $5,000 in scholarships. “The Central team simply knew we wanted to help Oklahomans make their educational dreams a reality,” says Mark Upton, National Director of Sales, Feed Additives for CLS.