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TH)--There will be a town hall meeting tonight at 6:00 in the Stride Bank Center in downtown Enid, and everyone is invited. Some topics they plan to discuss are:


1. Health and COVID-19 Issues.
2. Issues on Human Natural Rights and Equality.
3. Education Issues.

 

Demetrius Office will moderate the meeting with a panel of guest ready to answer your questions. Expected to be there tonight are Oklahoma State Senator Roland Pederson, State Representative Chad Caldwell, Enid Mayor George Pankonin, City Manager Jerald Gilbert, City Commissioners Jerry Allen, Derwin Norwood, Ben Ezzell, Jonathan Waddell, and Rob Stallings. Also expected are Enid School Superintendent Dr. Darrell Floyd, Enid Police Chief Brian O'Rourke, Enid Chapter NAACP President Lanita Norwood, and CDSA Executive Director Cheri Ezzell.

 

A demonstration and call to action is planned for noon Sunday at the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial at the city administration building, 401 W. Garriott. Jeremiah Herrian from Forgotten Ministries said he and other church leaders are planning on being present at the protests, to offer guidance, water, and food.

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SP)--Enid’s two splash pads likely will open Monday, while Champlin Pool is expected to open June 16, following delays because of the COVID-19 pandemic. City Manager Jerald Gilbert said limited hours for the free splash pads, expected to stay open every day, will be decided by Friday. The two pads are located at Hoover Park, 3000 W. Oklahoma, and Champion Park, 725 N. 9th. The pool, at 400 W. Cherokee, will open June 16 with limited hours, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday, closed Sunday and Monday. The first hour will be reserved for lap swimmers and water-walkers. The children’s area of the pool also will be open. To reduce the time cleaning the pool area, deck chairs will be removed and the concession stand will be closed.

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VR)--The deadline to register to vote, or update voter registration, for Oklahoma’s primary election is Friday. The State Election Board’s new voter registration "wizard" process makes it easier to complete a Voter Registration Application, according to state officials. State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax said applicants who use the process will receive a transaction code they can use to check the status of the application with their county election boards. The new voter registration wizard allows you to complete your application online, then print, sign and mail the application to your county election board. By using the state election board’s website to fill out your application, you can be certain your personal information is safe and secure. Voters can access it at the OK Voter Portal, https://www.ok.gov/elections/OVP.html.

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BS)--Hospice Circle of Love will hold its spring book sale Friday and Saturday, with precautions in place to make the event a safe environment. The sale will be 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday at 314 S. 3rd. Although there will not be as many tables set up as in the past, in order to practice social distancing, thousands of titles still will be available in a variety of categories. Hardbacks will be $1 and paperbacks will be just 50 cents. There will be a sanitizing station that all patrons will need to use before entering the sale. In addition, people are encouraged to practice social distancing. There will be separate entry and exit points, all workers will be wearing masks, and those attending are encouraged to wear one as well.

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