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Wednesday, November 5, 2008 • Posted November 5, 2008

On Tuesday, October 28th, the Riata Service Organization met at the home of Tess Geistweidt, with Bobby Frazier serving as co-hostess. Twenty seven members were present.

Pat Tucker, Vice President, welcomed and introduced Bill Price and Buster Nixon who are candidates for the Sheriff/Tax Assessor-Collector. Each candidate spoke of his experience, qualifications and plans for running the office if elected. Afterward, the candidates visited with members while enjoying cake and coffee.

President, Judy Cordes, called the meeting to order and reports were given by officers and committee chairmen. Club projects were discussed. It was announced that the recent Rummage Sale was a success. Our next project will be a Casserole and Bake Sale on Saturday, November 8th, from 9:30 'til 12:00 in front of Hinkley's and the Coffee Mug. All proceeds from these projects go back into the community.

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