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April 30, 2013

Honoring individuals and businesses in Marlow


MARLOW — Community Improvement Award

2011 – Jeff Gregston, Stepping Stone Rehabilitation

2010 – Terry Lemons and Brent Lemons, Discount Auto Supply.

2009 – Marlow Senior Citizens.

2008 – Chris Shelby and Chuck Hill, Marlow Medicine.

2007 -  Jerald and Tina Barton, Marlow Kwik Lube and Kwik Kleen Car Wash.

2006 – Marcum’s Nursery and Landscaping.

2005 – First Baptist Church Life Center.

2004 – Sherry and Mark Young, Chicken Express.

2003 – Jill and Dennis Sweat, The Clothesline.

2002 – Scott Family Dentistry.

2001 – Legacy Bank.

2000 – West Wind Assisted Living.

1999 – BancFirst/Terry Brown State Farm Insurance.

1998 – Wayne and Carol Barnes, The Country Rose.

1997 – Gary and Kay Newberry Express Pharmacy; D.B. and Leah Green, The Marlow Mercantile.

1996 – Denise and Brian DiCintio, Giuseppe’s Italian Dining.

1995 – No award.

1994 – No award.

1993 -- Garland Smith and Homer Cobb, Callaway Smith Cobb Funeral Home.

1992 – Bill and Bobby Blanton, Taylor’s Restaurant; Bill Thompson, Buy-Low Warehouse Foods.

1991 – Bruce and Donna Kay Nite, Trends; Troy and Tommy Burt, Sudz and Sass.

1990 – Darrell and Billie Marvell, Marlow Business Machines.

1989 – John Smith, Utah Missions Inc.

1988 – Jim and Debbie Smith, Midland Maintenance Inc.

1987 – Lions Club, Ed Bailey, president.

1986 – Tim and Tom Travis, Travis Plumbing.

1985 – Chuck Hill, Jan L Construction.

1984 – Bill Thompson, Warehouse Foods.

1983 – Jerry Montgomery, First National Bank.

Past Presidents

2012 – Brad Boles.

2011 – Cricket Holland.

2010 – Mickey Hoy.

2009 -- Jason McPherson.

2008 -- David Murch.

2007 – Jerome McCavlin.

2006 – Phil VanBuskirk.

2005 – Dr. Ryan Scott.

2004 – Janie Crownover.

2003 – Harbour Whitaker.

2002 – Bob Hill.

2001 – Bob Hill.

2000 – Harbour Whitaker.

1999 – Orvel Robinson.

1998 – D.B. Green.

1997 – Lavell Anderon.

1996 – Janie Crownover.

1995 – Jerry Couch.

1994 – Dale Davis.

1993 – Cricket Holland.

1992 – Ricky Brown.

1991 – Lonnie Patterson.

1990 – Carolyn Whaley.

1989 – Tom Wheat.

1988 – Jane McBride.

1987 – Marcia Pendley.

1986 – Stan Booker.

1985 – Greg Mahaffey.

1984 – Les Dawson, Kyle Collins.

1983 – Monte Fincher.

1982 – Jerry Montgomery.

1981 – Harbour Whitaker.

1980 – Randy Allen.

1979 – Terry Jones.

1978 – Russell Stone.

1977 – Mike Rogers.

1976 – Darvin Allen.

1975 – Homer Cobb.

1974 – D.B. Green.

1973 – D.B. Green.

1972 – Ron Stewart, Homer Cobb.

1971 – Kenneth Wampler.

1970 – E.J. Crow.

1969 – E.J. Crow.

1968 – Bob Blanton.

1967 – John Patterson.

1966 – Jack Graves.

1965 – Merrill Reynolds.

1964 – Don Gramlich.

1963 – Penn Rabb Jr.

1962 – Jesse Kirkpatrick.

1961 – Jesse Kirkpatrick.

1960 – Bob Blanton.

1959 – Penn Rabb Jr.

1958 – Carl Campbell.

1957 – A.G. McWatters.

1956 – Sterling Hastings.

1955 – Ernest Muncrief

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Should the date for The World's Largest Garage Sale be changed from the third weekend in July to sometime in October to take advantage of cooler weather like we had this past weekend?

No. It's better in the summer cause kids are out of school.
Yes. More shoppers would come during nice fall weather.
Either time is fine.

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