While this year has been filled with unique challenges and changes, Oklahoma Bar Association is keeping its tradition in celebrating the 45th annual Law Day by holding an art and writing contest for all Oklahoma students.
Specialty Crop Growers should be aware of the December 11, 2020 deadline for Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 (CFAP 2) payments. This affects pecan, grape, herb, vegetable, fruit, spice, nursery, greenhouse, cut flower, honey and aquaculture growers. The USDA provided an additional $14 billion for agricultural producers facing market disruptions and associated costs due to Covid 19. Growers should be sure to apply for these benefits by the deadline and contact their local FSA office for assistance.
The Secretary of the Interior authorized the Civilian Conservation Corps Camp #808 on April 20, 1933. On May 1, the Park was visited and Brigadier General Cruikshank, Captains Evans, Bradley, Adams and Superintendent Branch selected the campsite.
Many of our traditions, customs and celebrations have been observed differently this year and more socially distant than we’d like due to the coronavirus pandemic. This holiday season is unfortunately no exception. However, although we must be more creative in how we go about our activities, there are certainly ways to adapt, including how we shop and find the perfect gifts for our loved ones. And over the weekend on Small Business Saturday, we were reminded of how important it is to shop small and shop local during this season.
The holidays are an exciting time that children and parents look forward to every year. However, for families who have recently experienced divorce, the holidays can be a difficult time for a number of reasons. For these families, many of their old family holiday traditions are changed dramatically, with routines being shifted, celebrations happening before or after the holiday date, and many emotions being stirred due to the multitude of changes.