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PIONEER WOMAN, HERE THEY COME!

Fall luncheon: Edmond Newcomers Club members held the annual fall luncheon at Pepperoni Grill recently. They discussed their Market on the Meadows tour and their War Eagle Arts and Crafts tour. They are also headed to Pawhuska to visit the Pioneer Woman’s Mercantile and The Lodge.

Next up: Dr. R. William Worden, Medical Director of Oklahoma ER and Hospital will speak at the Nov. 6 meeting. Worden will discuss life -saving lessons in case of a major emergency. It will be in two parts during the 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. sessions. The group meets at the First Christian Church in Edmond at 11 a.m.

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<strong>Seated left to right: Richard and Ada Blankenship, Pam & Mike Jones, Jim and Kelly Wasso, and Veronica McCain [Photo provided]

Gamma Zeta members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International Service Organization and friends enjoyed the Coffee Creek Riding Stables fundraiser recently at Chili’s restaurant. The riding stable’s goal is to help children with disabilities gain strength, coordination, balance, and self-image utilizing the horse as a motivator in therapeutic riding classes. 

The center is funded by gifts and donations from various interested organizations, businesses and individuals in the community and by equipment grants.</strong>

Seated left to right: Richard and Ada Blankenship, Pam & Mike Jones, Jim and Kelly Wasso, and Veronica McCain [Photo provided] Gamma Zeta members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International Service Organization and friends enjoyed the Coffee Creek Riding Stables fundraiser recently at Chili’s...

<figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-8bc1df8d830c808d6275a2054777833b.jpg" alt="Photo - Seated left to right: Richard and Ada Blankenship, Pam & Mike Jones, Jim and Kelly Wasso, and Veronica McCain [Photo provided] Gamma Zeta members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International Service Organization and friends enjoyed the Coffee Creek Riding Stables fundraiser recently at Chili’s restaurant. The riding stable’s goal is to help children with disabilities gain strength, coordination, balance, and self-image utilizing the horse as a motivator in therapeutic riding classes. The center is funded by gifts and donations from various interested organizations, businesses and individuals in the community and by equipment grants. " title=" Seated left to right: Richard and Ada Blankenship, Pam & Mike Jones, Jim and Kelly Wasso, and Veronica McCain [Photo provided] Gamma Zeta members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International Service Organization and friends enjoyed the Coffee Creek Riding Stables fundraiser recently at Chili’s restaurant. The riding stable’s goal is to help children with disabilities gain strength, coordination, balance, and self-image utilizing the horse as a motivator in therapeutic riding classes. The center is funded by gifts and donations from various interested organizations, businesses and individuals in the community and by equipment grants. "><figcaption> Seated left to right: Richard and Ada Blankenship, Pam & Mike Jones, Jim and Kelly Wasso, and Veronica McCain [Photo provided] Gamma Zeta members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International Service Organization and friends enjoyed the Coffee Creek Riding Stables fundraiser recently at Chili’s restaurant. The riding stable’s goal is to help children with disabilities gain strength, coordination, balance, and self-image utilizing the horse as a motivator in therapeutic riding classes. The center is funded by gifts and donations from various interested organizations, businesses and individuals in the community and by equipment grants. </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-ac6ee629fbf8a452d06155965cafb32e.jpg" alt="Photo - GAINING SKILLS Jim and Billye Putnam are seen at Epsilon Sigma Alpha and Chili’s Restaurant Fundraiser for local charity Coffee Creek Riding Stables. Miracles abound at Coffee Creek Riding Stable where “challenged children” are offered free therapeutic riding — gaining skills such as balance, eye-hand coordination, upper-body strength and even sign language. Some of these children walk or talk for the first time at the stable. Some meet an animal for the first time. And some of these little ones find a friend for the first time in these gentle giants called horses. If interested in volunteering at Coffee Creek Riding Stables, call 405-340-8377. [Photo provided] " title=" GAINING SKILLS Jim and Billye Putnam are seen at Epsilon Sigma Alpha and Chili’s Restaurant Fundraiser for local charity Coffee Creek Riding Stables. Miracles abound at Coffee Creek Riding Stable where “challenged children” are offered free therapeutic riding — gaining skills such as balance, eye-hand coordination, upper-body strength and even sign language. Some of these children walk or talk for the first time at the stable. Some meet an animal for the first time. And some of these little ones find a friend for the first time in these gentle giants called horses. If interested in volunteering at Coffee Creek Riding Stables, call 405-340-8377. [Photo provided] "><figcaption> GAINING SKILLS Jim and Billye Putnam are seen at Epsilon Sigma Alpha and Chili’s Restaurant Fundraiser for local charity Coffee Creek Riding Stables. Miracles abound at Coffee Creek Riding Stable where “challenged children” are offered free therapeutic riding — gaining skills such as balance, eye-hand coordination, upper-body strength and even sign language. Some of these children walk or talk for the first time at the stable. Some meet an animal for the first time. And some of these little ones find a friend for the first time in these gentle giants called horses. If interested in volunteering at Coffee Creek Riding Stables, call 405-340-8377. [Photo provided] </figcaption></figure><figure><img src="//cdn2.newsok.biz/cache/r960-00d28af768c284dc6a4e99eca3fbaf90.jpg" alt="Photo - HERE THEY COME! Fall luncheon: Edmond Newcomers Club members held the annual fall luncheon at Pepperoni Grill recently. They discussed their Market on the Meadows tour and their War Eagle Arts and Crafts tour. They are also headed to Pawhuska to visit the Pioneer Woman’s Mercantile and The Lodge. Next up: Dr. R. William Worden, Medical Director of Oklahoma ER and Hospital will speak at the Nov. 6 meeting. Worden will discuss life -saving lessons in case of a major emergency. It will be in two parts during the 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. sessions. The group meets at the First Christian Church in Edmond at 11 a.m. " title=" HERE THEY COME! Fall luncheon: Edmond Newcomers Club members held the annual fall luncheon at Pepperoni Grill recently. They discussed their Market on the Meadows tour and their War Eagle Arts and Crafts tour. They are also headed to Pawhuska to visit the Pioneer Woman’s Mercantile and The Lodge. Next up: Dr. R. William Worden, Medical Director of Oklahoma ER and Hospital will speak at the Nov. 6 meeting. Worden will discuss life -saving lessons in case of a major emergency. It will be in two parts during the 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. sessions. The group meets at the First Christian Church in Edmond at 11 a.m. "><figcaption> HERE THEY COME! Fall luncheon: Edmond Newcomers Club members held the annual fall luncheon at Pepperoni Grill recently. They discussed their Market on the Meadows tour and their War Eagle Arts and Crafts tour. They are also headed to Pawhuska to visit the Pioneer Woman’s Mercantile and The Lodge. Next up: Dr. R. William Worden, Medical Director of Oklahoma ER and Hospital will speak at the Nov. 6 meeting. Worden will discuss life -saving lessons in case of a major emergency. It will be in two parts during the 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. sessions. The group meets at the First Christian Church in Edmond at 11 a.m. </figcaption></figure>
Helen Ford Wallace

Helen Ford Wallace is a columnist covering society-related events/news for The Oklahoman. She puts local parties online with daily updates. She creates, maintains and runs a Parties blog which includes web casts. She is an online web editor for... Read more ›

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