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Things to do this weekend!

Thunder in the Wichitas - 9th Annual Poker Run, Saturday, August 9 - no rain date.  Portion of proceeds go to charity.  $18 one hand, single.  $20 one hand, couple.  Additional hands $5 each.  Registration begins at 8am.  $2,000 cash top hand prize.  First bike out at 8.30am, last bike at 10am.  Last bike in at 3pm.  Start and end point Pro-Team Harley Davidson - 301 SE Interstate Drive in Lawton.  Register online at - first 200 recieve 2008 Thunder Pin.

HOME SCHOOL P.E. & GYMNASTICS  - Bill Bartley Branch Family YMCA July 11, 18, 25 August 8, 15, 22, 29 Swimming/Water Games (Ages: 3-18, Class time depends upon age) Gymnastics (Ages: 3-18, Class time depends upon age) Self-Defense Class (Home School parents: 10:00 a.m.) Call Kim Beard, Youth Program Director at the Bill Bartley Branch Family YMCA for more information. (940) 761-1000

Sundaes and Songs - An old fashioned ice cream social in the Park East of the the Lawton Community Theatre, followed by a barbershop concert inside the theatre by Southwest Pride Barbershop Chorus. This is a fundraising event for Lawton Community Theatre. Ice cream social begins at 7pm, show starts at 8pm - tickets $15. Call 580-355-1600 for reservations.

Lupus Support Group: 6 pm 2nd Thursday, 3rd Tuesday, 4th Saturday of every month in Maple 2, Comanche County Memorial Hospital

Photographic Exhibition - July 5 - Aug 31 "Photographic Exhibition: People of the Plains" Museum of the Great Plains, Lawton, OK. For more information please contact the Museum of the Great Plains 580-581-3460.

Lawton Rangers Rodeo - Aug 6-9 "Lawton Rangers Rodeo" LO Ranch Arena, Lawton, OK. The Lawton LO Ranch Arena plays host to the Lawton Rangers Rodeo. There will be a Lawton Rangers Rodeo parade in downtown Lawton on August 6, 2008 @ 4:00 p.m. followed by the start of the rodeo. For more information please contact David Crank (580) 351-0475

Free Boating Safety Courses - The OHP, Boating Safety Education Division, is offering FREE safety programs to any group, business, or organization. Classes cover topics including: boating safety, water safety, and boating laws. For more information, or to schedule a program, please contact the OHP at 877-253-2820

20th Annual Black Eyed Pea Festival in Hollis, OK. "Wild West" theme with parade on Broadway begins at 9am. Antique Tractor Show, Western Melodrama, cash drawings, bingo, silent auction, fun games, arts and crafts booths, various food vendors, and more. Black eyed pea and cornbread meal with fixins at the Civic Center at noon. Tractor Rodeo at 1pm, Old Iron Tractor pull at 2pm at the Motley Gin Yard. Quilting Bee quilt drawing at 2pm. BEP Opry at 3pm. Show tickets available at the Harmon County Historical Museum, 102 W. Broadway. call 580-688-9545 for more info.

Chickasaw Youth Exhibition - Jacobson House Native Art Center Featuring Art and Cultural Expression of Chickasaw Youth Ages 18 and Under Guest Youth-Curator Amanda Shackleford (Chickasaw), Age 17 August 10 - September 14, 2008 Opening Reception Sunday, August 10, 2008 2 - 4 pm Jacobson House Native Art Center 609 Chautauqua Avenue Norman, Oklahoma 73069 405-366-1667 Home of Oscar Jacobson and The Kiowa Five

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