As a child growing up in Oklahoma, lovely Bea Cruson had no idea that life would take her to the west coast and place her in an airplane factory by the time she was 21.
Sherry Woolwine, a Marlow educator, journeyed to Quartz Mountain Arts and Conference Center this fall to participate in the Oklahoma Fall Arts Institute (OFAI), a series of intensive weekend workshops taught by nationally renowned artists in the literary, visual, and performing arts.
Patio Garden Club members are planting Knock-Out Roses in Redbud Park at the Blue Star Memorial/Flag area. Members decided some enhancement was needed to the Crepe Myrtles behind the Flags and opted for the Red Roses.
The Tulsa State Fair was good to Central High Students last week. Two students – Cooper Phillips and Connor Kern – made the premium sale with animals.
Kaleb Glover, a freshman at Marlow High School, traveled to Oklahoma’s International Bluegrass Festival in Guthrie last weekend. Glover competed in the Youth Flatpicking Guitar Championship and came away with the first place trophy and prize money.