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There are things that we as a community do yearly and we want to list them- We also want to hilight certain individuals who have meant a lot to our community or have stories to share for all of us to enjoy. If you have stories to share of past days (or present) in the Wilderness, events that are happening or ways to help out our neighbors, please let us know. Let's add "neighbors in need" to this list. If there is a neighbor that needs help, maybe the comminity can help them in some form or fashion. Feel free to email President@kiamichiwilderness.net to with us ideas as to what we should post.
Kiamichi Wilderness Community – The 2017 yearly benefit will be held on Memorial Weekend, Sunday, May 28th starting at 10:00. The Benefit supports the Kiamichi Wilderness Landowners Association as well as our Volunteer Fire Department.
This is a great way to meet your neighbors and we always have a great time. It is held at the Fire Station and there will be food for sale, fun games, lots of laughs and if we can pull it off, a band.
Each and every dollar raised (above the c...osts) from food sales, games, 50-50’s and the auction go to support these volunteer Organizations. We sure can use your help though.
We are looking for volunteers to assist us in planning and on the weekend of the event. We are also seeking donations for the Auction and the Garage Sale. If you have quality goods that you can donate for the garage sale or auction, please start getting them together. And if you know of retail establishments that would possibly donate auction items, please reach out to them and ask.
For more information or if you want to see how you can help the community by volunteering, please email President@kiamichiwilderness.net, or post a message on the KWLA facebook site.
The Yearly AT6 Memorial
The yearly AT6 memorial will be happening this Sunday, Febryary 18th at 2:00 at the site off Sherman. The RAF, Choctaw and original group who started it will be in attendance. Everyone is welcome to come. Andy Merrill leads these efforts.