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Members continue their weight loss journey

Members continue their weight loss journey

WOW, what a great weekend we had and the excitement was still flowing Monday morning. We joined several TOPS Chapters in Poteau Saturday morning. There were 58 in attendance for the Roaring 20s festivities hosted by the Poteau chapter. Thank you, we had a great time. Eleven members from Sallisaw 0737 enjoyed the drive and then the fellowship with other TOPS members. Sallisaw 0737 won first place with our decorated ID Pole and we won the quarterly challenge of having the most Facebook pictures of the chapter exercising. We drew a name from the list of Sallisaw chapter and Doris was the winner, receiving $35 for SRD registration in Broken Arrow. Virginia won second place in the costume contest and Donna won first place in exercise. Our Chapter lost over 51 pounds this last quarter. Great job, crew!

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SMS students

The Sallisaw Middle School recently competed and placed at the Muskogee Regional Fair on Feb. 25-26. Competing and placing were, Avery Haywood, received a Water Works involved project certificate; Michael Maust, Regional third place Jr. High Chemistry; Paige Diffee, Regional third place Jr. High Medicine and Health Science; Abigail Thomason, Broadcom Masters Invitation, Regional first place in Jr. High Physics and State Qualifier; Macie Gremillion, Broadcom Masters Inviation, Regional first place in Jr. High Zoology and a State Qualifier; and Landon Burmaster, Broadcom Masters Invitation, Regional first place in Jr. High Engineering, Regional Jr. High second place overall with cash award and a State Qualifier.

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Liberty Leaders listen

During each Liberty Leader Assembly, certificates of recognition are awarded to students who exemplify the Habit of Study. Students have been studying the fifth habit, “Listening Ears-Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood:’ Students are learning to listen before talking and to listen to others without interrupting. Students try to see others viewpoints, be confident when voicing their ideas and to look others in the eye while talking. Along with the Habits, students learn the Mission Statement and recite it daily.

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