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A Whispered Wish

14479 Ne 23Rd St
Choctaw, OK 73020
(405) 390-9474

A Whispered Wish Flowers

12226 Ne 23Rd St
Choctaw, OK 73020
(405) 259-8755

Choctaw OK News

Nov 28, 2018

All Saints' Day traditions keep memories of loved ones alive - The Advocate

That's shouldn't be the case in Lacombe though.The community honors its Choctaw and Creole heritage along with the centuries-old Catholic tradition of visiting the resting place of departed relatives.The Rev. Thomas Kilasara, of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, will spend Thursday visiting and blessing 10 family and community cemeteries in the Lacombe area, winding up, as always, at the Lafontaine Hilltop Cemetery.He'll find most of the graves spruced up with whitewash and decorated with flowers and luminaries - candles covered and weighted down with sand so they won't be extinguished or blown away - to light the way for the priests.It's a local tradition that goes back the 1850s, when Peter Rouquette became the first Creole to be ordained as a priest after Louisiana became a part of the United States. Rouquette chose to live in Lacombe, where he was a missionary to the Choctaws for 29 years, adopting Native American practices in his teachings.Raymond said her "grandfather's grandfather," Octave Cousin, was among those Rouquette ministered to. Cousin died in 1892 and is buried in Lafontaine Hilltop. His last name still is a common one in the area."This is a very important day for us," said Raymond, chairman of the revived Lacombe Museum, which will open in January. "Most of the residents of the Lacombe area can trace their roots back to the days here (early 1800s) wh...

Apr 22, 2016

National Jelly Bean Day-KALW Almanac-4/22/2016

The relocations began in 1817, and by the 1880s, Indian Territory was a new home to a variety of tribes, including the Chickasaw, Choctaw, Cherokee, Creek, Cheyenne, Commanche, and Apache. 1954 --- Senator Joseph McCarthy begins hearings investigating the United States Army, which he charges with being “soft” on communism. These televised hearings gave the American public their first view of McCarthy in action, and his recklessness, indignant bluster, and bullying tactics quickly resulted in his fall from prominence. 1956 --- Elvis Presley made his Las Vegas debut at the Frontier Hotel.  1970 --- The first Earth Day activated 20 million Americans from all walks of life and is widely credited with launching the modern environmental movement. Growing out of the first Earth Day, Earth Day Network (EDN) works with over 22,000 partners in 192 countries to broaden, diversify. Earth Day was the brainchild of Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin, a staunch environmentalist who hoped to provide unity to the grassroots environmental movement and increase ecological awareness. “The objective was to get a nationwide demonstration of concern for the environment so large that it would shake the political establishment out of its lethargy,” Senator Nelson said, “and, finally, force this issue permanently onto the national political agenda.” Earth Day indeed increased environmental awareness in America, and in July of that year the Environmental Protection Agency was established by special executive order to regulate and enforce national pollution legislation. 1972 --- Antiwar demonstrations prompted by the accelerated U.S. bombing in Southeast Asia draw somewhere between 30,000 to 60,000 marchers in New York; 30,000 to 40,000 in San Francisco; 10,000 to 12,000 in Los Angeles; and smaller gatherings in Chicago and other cities throughout the country. The new bombing campaign was in response to the North Vietnam’s massive invasion of South Vietnam in March. As the demonstrations were happening, bitter fighting continued all over South Vietnam. In the Mekong Delta, for example, the fighting was the heaviest it had been in 18 months. 1978 --- Bob Marley and the Wailers performed at the One Love Peace Concert in Jamaica. It was Marley's first public appearance in Jamaica since being wounded in an assassination attempt a year and a half earlier.  1978 --- It was Marshall Checker, of the legendary Checker brothers, who first discovered them in the gritty blues clubs of Chicago’s South Side in 1969 and handed them their big break nine years later with an introduction to music-industry heavyweight and host of television’s Rock Concert,Don Kirshner. Actually, none of that is true, but it’s the story that Saturday Night Live‘s Paul Shaffer told on April 22, 1978 as he announced the worldwide television debut of that night’s musical guest, the Blues Brothers—the not-quite-real, not-quite-fake musical creation of SNL cast members Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi. The characters and the band that Belushi and Aykroyd unveiled that night took more than two years to evolve. The first incarnation came during SNL‘s first season, in a January 17, 1976, appearance singing “I’m a King Bee” as “Howard Shore and his All-Bee Band.” There were no dark suits, skinny ties or Ray-B... (KALW)

Jan 8, 2016

Holy Innocents' Episcopal wins Crusader Classic

Hobbs 8, Knight 4, Shappel 2, Kirtholin 8. CATHOLIC (4-10) —Trace Halstead 9, Ryan Flowers 4, Penda Wiggins 11, K.T. Teamer 1, Alec Grimes 3. Choctaw beats Navarre for title Diante Smith led all scorers with 19 points and the rest of Choctaw’s lineup had a balanced combination attack as the Indians beat Navarre 73-55 in the championship game of the Northwest Florida Shootout in Fort Walton Beach. Tre Baker led Navarre (9-6) with 18 points. The Raiders trailed by only three points at the half, but Choctaw went on a 21-11 tear in the third quarter to seal the game. NWF Shootout At Choctaw Choctaw 73, Navarre 55 Navarre 15 15 11 14—55 Choctaw 16 17 21 19—73 NAVARRE (9-6) — Bracy 2, Harvey 4, Paige 13, Fletcher 4, Baker 8, Wylie 13, Little 3, Richardson 4, Jones 4. CHOCTAW (13-5) — Fuller 16, Thomas 7, Millet 8, Rodgers 7, Smith 19, Williams 7, Sams 9. NEXT: Navarre at Catholic on Tuesday. Girls Basketball Mt. Zion (Ga.) High used a third-quarter run to sink Washington High in the final day Wednesday of the annual Ball ‘N Powher Tournament in Montgomery, Ala. Kaloni Pryear led Washington (11-5) with 11 points. The Wildcats played two games in the tournament. They lost Tuesday to Montgomery-Robert E. Lee, one of the ranked teams in Alabama. BallN Powher Tourney At Montgomery, Ala. Mt. Zion 48, Washington 35 Mt. Zion 6 8, 16 18—48 Washington 7 11 6 11—35 MT. ZION — T.Juhan 15, Ransom 8, Holder 10, T.Juhan 9,Marist 2, Tilley 5. WASHINGTON (11-5) — Brea Rich 4, Kaloni Pryear 11, Lauren Walker 4, Gabby Lawrence 6, Dazhnique Gould 2, Jayila Roberts 8. Read or Share this story: http://on.pnj.com/1R08SC1 ... (Pensacola News Journal)

Dec 23, 2015

New / Group: Michael Cassidy + Mark Flowers + Jaime Misenheimer + Jay Owens

Michigan native Michael Cassidy; S.C. native Mark Flowers, who lives in the Ashville, N.C.; Columbia resident Jaime Misenheimer, who is from the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma; and Upstate South Carolina native Jay Owens, who lives in Travelers Rest, S.C. Date: Dec. 4 - Jan. 2, 2016 Hours: Mon-Fri 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.; Sat 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.; and by appointment Venue: if ART Gallery Address: 223 Lincoln St., 29201 Columbia, SC Telephone: (803) 238-2351 Cost: Free Category: Exhibitions More Events > More things to do ... (Free Times)