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ELGIN - Emily Hall, pictured below, submitted her abstract art, left, for publication. She is a 3rd Grade student at Elgin Elementary in Mrs. Risner's class (before schools were shut down for the remainder of the term). She is holding up her vine weaving project in the photo.

This is a Nov. 10, 2010, file photo showing the interior of The National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia. The museum filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday morning, March 2, 2020. The museum said it owed about $30 million to bondholders and about $500,000 to unsecured creditors, according to court documents.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia filed for bankruptcy protection Monday, seeking relief from debt brought by construction efforts.

EJ and the Bully by Phillip Walton

EJ and the Bully by Phillip Walton is one of the nine-book set based on the characters from the series Auto-B-Good. EJ and Warren both want to be the class president, but they both have some important lessons to learn.

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Red River Career Expo 2020

Thursday, Feb. 20, at 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Aggie Rec. Center
2800 W Gore Blvd., Lawton

Polar Plunge 2020

Polar Plunge Special Olympics

Saturday, Feb. 22, at 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Cameron University: Sports & Exercise Science South Shelper Room 313, 2400 W Gore Blvd., Lawton

FRIENDS OF THE ELGIN COMMUNITY LIBRARY - Leslie Durham, Dianne Dirick- son, Beverly Kirkpatrick and Debbie Thomason, served up Frito Chili Pie for lunch at the Tuesday, Feb. 11, Elgin Chamber of Commerce meeting. Library patrons can now place bids during the FECL silent auction. Items include a Book Quilt, Bookworm Blanket and a Chromebook. The auction will end on Saturday, Feb. 29 and winners will be notified by phone. All proceeds will benefit the FECL.

OKLAHOMA CITY - FOLIO (Friends of Libraries in Oklahoma) is pleased to award the Friends of the Elgin Community Library $200 for their outstanding work during Friends of the Library (FOL) Week, October 20-26, 2019.

The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware

Who loves a good thriller, suspense, mystery story? Ruth Ware delivers such a story in The Turn of the Key. Many have described the book as a modernized The Turn of the Screws by Henry James. Rowan is hired as a live-in nanny only to discover all things aren’t what they seem.