Archive - Mar 7, 2012
GUYMON - On a beautiful day for baseball Tyrone traveled to Guymonâs field to play against the Tiger J.V. After Guymon had a tough doubleheader against Bishop-McGuiness on Monday it was the exact opposite on Tuesday.
Richie Rodriguez pitched the entire first game for the Tigers throwing for four innings with nine strikeouts and only four hits. One of those Tyrone hits was a double early in the first inning and an error got the runner to third base.
The Sweet 15 Fashion Show on the Street, an event that took place last October, has been named as Main Street Guymon 2011 Creative New Event and as the 2011 Premier Special Event.
The Sweet 15 was a Quinceneara fashion show that took place on the street in front of the Main Street Guymon office this summer. The uniqueness of the event is that it targeted a Hispanic celebration, the Quinceneara (or 15, like a coming-out ball for 15-year-olds) and worked to bring in the Hispanic businesses and appropriate Anglo businesses.
In acknowledgment of emergency management efforts in Oklahoma, including in Guymon, March 11-17 is being recognized as Emergency Management Week 2012.Â
All across Oklahoma emergency managers are reminding citizens of the work they do. Although most are aware of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), there are emergency managers at the state and local level as well. In fact, the state boasts more than 350 emergency managers representing Oklahomaâs cities, towns, counties and tribal nations.Â
The stateâs largest not-for-profit residential childcare provider, Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Childrenâs Boys Ranch Town, will be hosting a âSpring Flingâ in Guymon on Saturday, March 31, at 6 p.m., in the Victory Memorial United Methodist Church Family Enrichment Center.
Boys Ranch Town Development Representative Michael Williams reported, several kids from Boys Ranch Town and the Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children (OBHC) will coming to Guymon for the event, meeting guests and providing the with entertainment. Hors dâoeuvres will be served.