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The Maybell School has three new wonderful additions. The first being a new student. Joey Perry came to Maybell from Oklahoma and is in the fourth grade. Perry makes the Maybell School to an even dozen. Welcome Joey. The second addition is the new teacher’s aide, Julie Jantz. Jantz will be working with the children in the computer lab and assisting Linda McCabe. The third addition is on the east side of the school. The 25-foot by 35-foot cement area will be used for hopscotch, wall-ball and other activities. During the winter months the children will have a dry area to play on.

Reminder to the parents of the Maybell children school pictures will be taken Monday. Bring money envelopes and children bring smiles. The children will be riding on the Maybell fire truck Friday in the homcoming parade. Look for all their smiling faces.

The Maybell Library was very entertaining Friday with Katie playing her accordion and there was popcorn for all the listeners. Come see the new children’s area at the Maybell Library. The library is seeing more and more locals coming in to see the new changes and to check out new books and videos. And new this week is board games and puzzles that may be checked out. Thanks to the people who have donated books and videos to add to the collection. If any Maybell local has any art work they would like to display in the library for six months, contact Becky at the libray.

All children ages 2 to 6 are invited to come to the “Teddy Bear Story Hour,” at the Maybell Library. Stories will be read each day along with either a craft or a game. The story time will allow mothers to look around the library or sit and read a newspaper or magazine or use the Internet. The story time will be from 11:30 a.m. to noon each Wednesday. Bring a Teddy Bear.

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Maybell Women’s Club will have a book sale Oct. 8-9. The Women’s Club has more than 1,200 books for sale. The Oct. 8 sale will be for Maybell residents only and Oct. 9 will be open to the public. All profits will go back into the library.

The senior bus will go to Craig Tuesday. If a ride is needed call Dave.

The Maybell Park was busy last weekend due to the rifle antelope season opening. Hunters who hunted the first opening day were quite successful. According to the Maybell Park managers, it’s just the beginning of a long six weeks of hunting. For more information, call Curtis Gould.

Maybell residents may get keys made in Maybell. For more information, call Norm Simmons.

As a reminder, Maybell residents may get a flu shot from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 14 at the Community Center.

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