April 2019 community meetings and events

BY STAFF REPORTS
04/01/2019 02:00 PM
April 1
Lost City Community Organization
6 p.m.
Native American Association of Ketchum
280 East Gregory, Ketchum
6:30 p.m.
Belfonte
6:30 p.m.
Call Sallie Sevenstar at 918-427-4237
Marble City Community Organization
MCCO Building
7 p.m.
Eucha Indian Fellowship
Eucha Community Building
8 p.m.

April 2
Vian Peace Center
604 W. Schley
5:30 p.m.
Muldrow Cherokee Community Organization
MCCO Building
6 p.m.
Call Timothy Laney at 918-427-5440
Brushy Cherokee Action Association
465406 E 1010 Rd
6 p.m.
Call Gary Bolin at 918-775-6914
Tulsa Cherokee Community Organization
6:30 p.m.
Call 805-551-6445
tulsacherokees@gmail.com
One Fire Association
Kenwood Community Building
7 p.m.
emmahayes87@yahoo.com

April 4
Greasy Fellowship Community Organization
Greasy Community Building
7 p.m.
Washington County Cherokee Association
300 E. Angus Ave., Dewey
7 p.m.
Call Ann Sheldon at 918-333-5632

April 8
Rocky Mountain Cherokee Community Organization
6 p.m.
Call Vicki McLemore at 918-696-4965
Brent Community Association
461914 Hwy. 141, Gans
6 p.m.
Call 918-774-0655
brentcomm@live.com
Fairfield Community Organization, Inc.
6:30 p.m.
Call Jeff Simpson at 918-605-0839
Marble City Pantry
7 p.m.
Call Clifton Pettit at 918-775-5975
Oak Hill/Piney
7 p.m.
Call Dude Feather at 918-235-2811

April 9
No-We-Ta Cherokee Community
1003 Lenape Drive, Nowata
6:30 p.m.
Call Carol Sonenberg at 918-273-5536
Victory Cherokee Organization
1025 N. 12th St. Collinsville
7 p.m.
Call Ed Phillips at 918-371-6688
victorycherokee@att.net

April 11
Stilwell Public Library Friends Society
5 N. 6th St., Stilwell
5 p.m.
Call Grace Ferris at 918-315-4279
Native American Fellowship Inc.
215 Oklahoma St., South Coffeyville
6 p.m.
Call Bill Davis at 620-252-8883
Adair County Resource Center
110 S. 2nd St., Stilwell
6:30 p.m.
Okay Senior Citizens, Inc.
Okay Senior Building, 3701 E. 75th Street
7 p.m.
Lyons Switch
7 p.m.
Call Karen Fourkiller at 918-696-2354

April 13
Rogers County Cherokee Association
RCCA $10 Wild Onion Dinner, 12 p.m.
County Fair Board Building
Contact: rogerscountygwys@gmail.com
Call 539-777-2898

April 15
Neighborhood Association of Chewey
Chewey Community Building
7 p.m.

April 18
Tri-County (W.E.B.) Association
J.R.’s Country Auction
6 p.m.
Orchard Road Community Outreach (Stilwell)
Turning Point Office
6 p.m.

April 22
Christie
7 p.m.
Call Shelia Rector at 918-778-3423

April 23
Dry Creek
7 p.m.
Call Shawna Ballou at 918-457-5023

Tuesdays
Veterans Affairs representatives
Cherokee Nation Veterans Center
Tahlequah, 918-772-4166 or 918-453-5695
The Veterans Center will host VA reps for all veterans to speak to from 9 a.m. to 3 pm.

Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Marble City Nutrition Center
711 N. Main
Marble City, 918-775-2158
The Marble City Nutrition Center serves hot meals at the Marble City Community Center at 11:30 a.m. Meals are free to anyone over 50, but a small donation is suggested to help with the expense of the program. Gather for fellowship and friendship. Volunteers welcome.

First Friday of every month
Concho Community Building
Concho, 405-422-7622
The Indian Art Market invites all Indian artists to come and sell/share their work.

Year Round
Will Rogers Memorial Museum
Claremore, 918-341-0719
The museum honors the Cherokee cowboy, movie star, writer and humorist from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with nine galleries, three theaters and a special children’s museum. Closed on Monday and Tuesday from Nov. 11 through February.

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