Arts Council to Bring Will Rogers Impersonator to MCC

Andy Hogan

Andy Hogan

The Idabel Regional Arts Council and Southeastern Oklahoma State University-McCurtain County Campus are pleased to host impersonator Andy Hogan as WILL ROGERS. An educator for over thirty years, Mr. Hogan presents a lively interpretation of the wit and wisdom of one of Oklahoma’s favorite sons, Will Rogers. He is currently a staff guide at the Will Rogers Memorial Museums in Claremore. His performances in the Museum’s galleries have been praised along with his programs in many Oklahoma schools. The event will take place on May 15, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in the MCC campus auditorium. Regular tickets ($25) and student tickets ($10) will be available at the door. For more information, contact Vickie Smith at 580-286-3616.

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History Students Tour Barnes-Stevenson House

Eastern Oklahoma State College history students toured the 1912 Barnes-Stevenson House in Idabel.  Pictured with the students are McCurtain County Historical Society President and tour guide, Kenny Sivard, and instructor, Susie Davies. Students include: Alexis Mussett, Ashley Miller, Bree Lawless, Casey McKinney, Chamia Bills, Elizabeth O’Toole, Hayden Ward, Jeanne Wyatt, John Tidmore, Katelyn Strickland, Katie James, Kellen Robberson, Kimberly Vasquez, Kolby Wright, Larry Richbourg, Maria McBrayer, Marlena Gates, Melanie McMillian, Mikala Wade, Rhonda James, Samuel Fields, Sherri Aguilar, and Tonia Smith.

Eastern Oklahoma State College history students toured the 1912 Barnes-Stevenson House in Idabel. Pictured with the students are McCurtain County Historical Society President and tour guide, Kenny Sivard, and instructor, Susie Davies. Students include: Alexis Mussett, Ashley Miller, Bree Lawless, Casey McKinney, Chamia Bills, Elizabeth O’Toole, Hayden Ward, Jeanne Wyatt, John Tidmore, Katelyn Strickland, Katie James, Kellen Robberson, Kimberly Vasquez, Kolby Wright, Larry Richbourg, Maria McBrayer, Marlena Gates, Melanie McMillian, Mikala Wade, Rhonda James, Samuel Fields, Sherri Aguilar, and Tonia Smith.

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