STEAK NIGHT ANNOUNCED

The Pawhuska Elk’s Lodge will have steak night from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday. We will serve 12 ounce and 10 ounce ribeyes, shrimp dinners, hamburgers and hamburger steaks.

GROUPS WILL HONOR JUDGE KANE

The Christian Ministers Alliance, of Tulsa, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Tulsa Chapter, have announced they will honor Judge John Kane of Pawhuska during a scholarship banquet 6:30 p.m. June 2 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Tulsa.

The keynote speaker for the occasion will be Dr. Kirt Hartzler, superintendent of Union Public Schools. Tickets will be $100 each, and tables of 10 seats will be priced at $1,000.

For more information about this event, call the Rev. W.R. Casey at (918) 951-7407.

SUMMER

READING PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

The Pawhuska Public Library announces Summer Reading Program 2018: “Libraries ROCK.”

Music and sounds of all kinds will be the theme, as we will explore music and sound. Just a couple of this summer’s programs include: Our ever-popular magician Steve will return, and the Oklahoma City Zoo will present a “ROARchestra” of animal music.

Did you know plants make music too? Find the beat in songs and poems. Try making musical crafts.

Save the dates: Signup for Summer Reading will take place May 23 through May 25. Watch for more information on how to sign up, and regarding programs, activities, and prizes.

Summer Reading programs will take place in the library’s community meeting room, 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. each Friday in June and the first two weeks of July.

OSAGE SHAREHOLDERS MEETING

The Osage Shareholders Association will hold its quarterly meeting from 1-4 p.m. May 20 at the Skiatook Osage Casino Hotel. The meeting will be a mineral council candidates forum. For more information, contact Lou Phillips, vice chairman, (918) 761-6003.

POLL WORKERS NEEDED

Kelly Chouteau, secretary of the Osage County Election Board, issued a call for volunteer/paid workers to help conduct elections at the precinct level and in person absentee. These individuals must be reliable and willing to work long hours but only a few days each year.

Chouteau said that workers are needed in all the precincts/polling places around the county.

To qualify for the position, one must be a registered voter in the county. A Precinct Official may hold no other offices under the laws of the state (such as school board member or city councilman).

Anyone interested should contact the Osage County Election Board office at (918) 287-3036.