Seminole 4H Club

Posted by Lacey Butner on 10/10/2015

Seminole Main Street, Inc. and the Seminole 4H club worked together this past week to decorate our downtown for the fall season. We would like to extend a big “Thank You” to the Seminole 4H club, parents and other volunteers who spent their afternoon helping beautify our Main Street. We had a great group of volunteers who worked so hard and were so eager to help. Seminole Main Street, Inc. is so thankful to be in a community that has so many people who are willing to volunteer in any way possible.

 

Our fall decorations would not be possible without the help of several individuals within our community. Seminole Main Street, Inc. would like to think Brian and Rhonda Coates for their donation of the hay bales, Rob and Jane Ann Pyron for the pumpkins and Pam Robinson for the new mums in our flower pots. We are very thankful for your contribution and for being a part of Seminole Main Street, Inc.

 

Seminole Main Street, Inc. hopes that you enjoy our fall decorations and that you’ll join us at all of our upcoming events. This year is flying by and we can’t wait to celebrate with you! Don’t forget, our New Year’s Eve Extravaganza tickets are on sale and won’t last long. In the mean time, be thinking of fun Halloween costumes and join us for Tricks & Treats on October 30, 2015. Check back here for more details about our Tricks & Treats event next week.

 

Seminole Main Street, Inc. Fall | Winter Events

 

  • October 30 | Tricks & Treats

 

  • November 30 | Girls Night Out

 

  • December 3 | “Holly Jolly” Christmas Parade

 

  • December 31 | NYE Extravaganza

 

 

For more information, please contact Lacey Butner at 405-382-8575, ext. 225, or by email at [email protected]. Check out the website at www.seminolemainstreet.com for more details.

 

Seminole Main Street, Inc. is a 501 ( c ) 3 nonprofit  that is dedicated to injecting private and public funds into the downtown district. The nonprofit works to ensure the heart of the city and Seminole’s distinguishing characteristics remain a vital part of the community.  


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