Washita Valley Weekly

Volume 18 Issue 16 • October21, 2020 • Offices: 920S.4th-Chickasha,OK • wvshopper@att.net • Phone: 405-224-7467 • Fax: 405-224-7469 • www.ChickashaToday.com FREE! Take One PRESORTED STANDARD U.S. Postage Paid Chickasha, Oklahoma Permit No. 8 DICK LOWE (405) 320-2262 • DickLoweForOK@gmail.com Authorized and Paid for by Friends of Dick Lowe 2020 1511 W. Main St., Amber, OK 73004 In our towns, faith and family come first, neighbors help neighbors, and we stand for the American flag. We respect freedom, the rule of law, love the land and we will fight to defend the flag and liberty. This is what Dick Lowe believes! FOR STATE HOUSE CHICKASHA Across from the Sonic DUNCAN 115 South Highway 81 Lawton 1907 NW Cache Rd. 405.224.4750 or 580.252.5553 AProud Member of the National Association of ResponsibleAuto Dealers. Apply 24 / 7 at www.solutionsautocredit.com or call 800-840-9030 *wac, offers cannot combine see dealer for details READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL? 1. No Contract! 2. NO SSN Needed for APPROVAL! 3. Bad Credit, No Credit, NO PROBLEM! 4. No Hassles! Don’t fumble your chance to kick off the season with a newer, nicer vehicle from Solutions Auto Group!!! • Luxury Living • Adults Only One Bedroom Apartments Full Kitchen Washer/Dryer $595/month Call for Details 415-501 W. Country Club Road Chickasha 405.222.1300 C hiCkasha G arden C ottaGe a partments Matty’s RV Park & Storage LLC GET IT OUT OF THE WEATHER! Covered Storge Units for RV’s, Boats, Trailers Etc. NOW AVAILABLE! 405-574-6181 2601W. Hwy 277, Ninnekah, OK (Hwy 277 & 81< 1.5 Miles West < on South side of Hwy.)  To the delight of the kids and young at heart, Chickasha Chamber of Commerce announced earlier this month that the annual Neewollah celebration will be happening this year. It will be held on Saturday, October 31 from 5-7pm on Chicka- sha Avenue.  Back in September, the Chamber asked citizens to take a short survey to help decide if the planning of the event should move forward. According to their facebook post, 489 indi- viduals respond to the survey and an overwhelming majority of 80.1% wanted the Chickasha Chamber to move forward with Neewollah.  A number of safety precautions will be put in place to host a safe trick or treating alternative for our community. Less Than 1¢ Per Home 920 South 4th - Chickasha 405-224-7467 Reach 15,000 Homes Every Wednesday this Prime Advertising Position available Be in the Next Issue! The precautions will include one way sidewalks, no contact grab & go candy tables and a virtual costume contest. (Ad- ditional information on the virtual costume contest will be announced the week of October 26). Additional precautions may be added for the safety of the community.  Business owners & community organizations who want to set up a candy table on Chickasha Avenue are asked to contact Hayden at events@chickashachamber.com or call 405-224-0787.  Unfortunatelly, there will be some kids that won’t be able to participate in communitiy activities this Hal- loween due to exposure, quarantine or other health Bruce McGrew, local KOOL105 radio personality hosts costume contest in a previous Neewollah Festival. Neewollah Festival on for Halloween in Downtown Chickasha by Andrea Wilkerson, WVW Community Correspondant See “Newollah Festival” on Page 2

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