DEATHS

Sherry Leigh Livingston, 55

Born June 10, 1964

Died December 5, 2019

Arline E. Adams, 88

Born November 30, 1931

Died December 5, 2019

James Willie Westbrook, 55

Born September 3, 1964

Died December 3, 2019

Annie Alexander, 64

Born December 26, 1954

Died December 3, 2019

J.C. Smith, 85

Born April 12, 1934

Died December 3, 2019

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THINGS TO DO

Saturday, December 7

Garden of Lights 2019 Season
2019 Polar Express Pajama Party
Craft & Ingram Family Toy Drive
Muskogee, OK Fresh Farms Delivery
Ride to The Garden of Lights - Muskogee
It’s Christmas
Petco Adoption Day!Home For Christmas
2019 Christmas Home Tour
Grand Re-Opening at Teased Salon
Muskogee SANTA Sessions!
Mistletoe & Memories Holiday Market.

Sunday, December 8

It’s Christmas
Muskogee SANTA Sessions!
Redeemed2Freedom Ladies' Sunday School Class
Little Drummer Dude
Adult and children’s choir Christmas service
New Hope Women’s Christmas Party
Church Family Holiday Meal

Monday, December 9

Garden of Lights 2019 Season
December NEOK Math Teacher's Cirlce Meeting
Handel's Messiah
Tai Chi for Better Balance

Wednesday, July 17, 2019, 8:08 AM

Cherokee National Treasures Advisory Committee is hosting an art show on Saturday, July 20 showcasing student work created during this year’s mentoring program.

The art show will be held in the Tsalagi Community Room located behind the Restaurant of the Cherokees at 17793 U.S. Highway 62 from noon to 2 p.m. The event is open to the public and free to attend.

“This event is a wonderful celebration of the accomplishments achieved during our mentorships this year,” said Travis Owens, director of cultural tourism for Cherokee Nation Businesses. “The National Treasures are the driving force behind the preservation and promotion of Cherokee culture and arts and it is through their dedication and commitment to mentorships that our culture continues to thrive.”

The Cherokee National Treasure Award was created in 1988 and is given each year to a select few during the annual Cherokee National Holiday. These artisans are known for their steadfast commitment to preserving and promoting Cherokee culture. Since inception, 100 Cherokee Nation citizens have earned this distinction. Each artist boasts a minimum of 10 years’ experience within their field and is a master of their craft.

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