ENID, Okla. — Community
The WildHorse Gang has had a busy 2014 so far. The group has ushered at all of the Enid Symphony presentations, served at the Gaslight Dinner Theatre at Symphony Hall and were waiters and hat checkers at the Annual Enid Arts Council Mardi Gras fundraiser at Hiland Towers.
The WildHorse Gang was honored April 3 by the Enid Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Each member was presented a certificate and DAR pen and treated to punch and cookies.
The group is looking forward to the opening of the Kremlin Pool and the Annual Aluminum Can Round-up.
They are planning a Cowboy Cookout Fundraiser to benefit the pool.
The Gang’s last meeting for the school year is after school on Tuesday at the home of Gini Zouledek.
The Kremlin Home Culture met April 8, at the Kremlin Methodist Church with Carolyn Ott serving as the hostess.
Attending were Stefanie Franklin, Bronwyn Streck, Sharon Riddle, Betty Sissom, Jennie Meyer, Beverly Buller, Linda Sader, Nancy Ingraham, Avis Forbes and Joyce Fales.
Joyce presented a lesson on “Real Color.” Each member completed a list of questions to determine the color that is best for them. In business, the group is adopting a young Kremlin man in need and is planning the Spring Council meeting and Style Show.
Linda will provide the cookies for the meeting and Betty and her granddaughter will model in the style show. Fair projects were discussed and Homemakers Week plans were made.
KHS teacher and academic coach Roger Gossen was named to the All Star team at Enid High School’s Trivia Challenge on April 28.
He was the third-highest scorer in the round robin play. His team, Jabberwocky, went 6-1 in the round robin competition to be named tournament champions.
The Trivia Challenge was a fundraiser for the Enid High Academic team’s trip to Nationals this summer.
John Crockett is Enid High School’s team coach and tournament organizer.