Pvt. 1st Class Adeyemi Aderogba molded this patriotic cornucopia from tallow as a decoration for Garcia Dining Facility’s Thanksgiving festivities today.
"Thanksgiving is like the Super Bowl for food service," says Sgt. 1st Class Derrick Smullen, manager of Fort Sill's Garcia Dining Facility (DFAC). All across the Army, dining facilities like his are competing for bragging rights on their one day of the year to shine.
Kindergartner A’Meena Smiley pulls her classmate Mia Feliciano to the party Tuesday at Almor West Elementary.The children enjoyed a Thanksgiving celebration on the last day before the Thanksgiving break.
Buckle shoes and tall hats are so 17th Century. The fashions favored by the Pilgrims of New England can seem a little dated to modern kids.
Quick. Without thinking too hard (or digging out your medical records) ask yourself: "Do I know my blood type?" Surprisingly, a lot of people don't know the answer. It's an important bit of information to have available in an emergency situation. 
Local children will join the staff in performing the Oklahoma City Philharmonic “The Christmas Show” Thursday through Saturday at the Civic Center Music Hall.
The Oklahoma City Philharmonic will present a family favorite, "The Christmas Show," for three nights at the OKC Civic Center, 201 N. Walker, Oklahoma City.  Beth Leavel, John Sawyer and Vince Leseney will star in this year's performance with Joel Levine conducting.
Darious Robinson, a Lawton Parks and Recreation employee, hammers in a sign at the Holiday in the Park light display Tuesday before a test of the lights. Holiday in the Park will kick off at 6:15 p.m. Saturday with the annual Christmas parade.
After a one-week rain delay, Holiday in the Park will officially kick off the Christmas season Saturday evening. The annual Holiday in the Park drive-through Christmas light celebration will open with an expanded version of the traditional Lawton Christmas Parade.
John Adams Elementary School Principal Sherry Havron teases longtime custodian Lloyd Justice Jr. about things that are older than he is — such as the Titanic and dirt — during a surprise birthday celebration thrown for Justice during the morning assembly Tuesday. Justice will turn 70 on Thanksgiving Day.
There was a fire at John Adams Elementary School Tuesday morning  but fortunately, it was glowing on top of a birthday cake for beloved custodian Lloyd Justice Jr., who will turn 70 Thanksgiving Day.
Pvt. 1st Class Adeyemi Aderogba molded this patriotic cornucopia from tallow as a decoration for Garcia Dining Facility’s Thanksgiving festivities today.
Kindergartner A’Meena Smiley pulls her classmate Mia Feliciano to the party Tuesday at Almor West Elementary.The children enjoyed a Thanksgiving celebration on the last day before the Thanksgiving break.
Local children will join the staff in performing the Oklahoma City Philharmonic “The Christmas Show” Thursday through Saturday at the Civic Center Music Hall.
Darious Robinson, a Lawton Parks and Recreation employee, hammers in a sign at the Holiday in the Park light display Tuesday before a test of the lights. Holiday in the Park will kick off at 6:15 p.m. Saturday with the annual Christmas parade.
John Adams Elementary School Principal Sherry Havron teases longtime custodian Lloyd Justice Jr. about things that are older than he is — such as the Titanic and dirt — during a surprise birthday celebration thrown for Justice during the morning assembly Tuesday. Justice will turn 70 on Thanksgiving Day.

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