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The Henryetta Utica Park Clinic has a new decoration for the wall this week. The Henryetta office was one of those recognized for outstanding patient service following a recent survey. That survey included asking “How likely is it that you would recommend this healthcare provider to a friend or family member?” Jim Kaltenbacher, Utica Park Clinic CEO made the presentation to April Vanmeter; Clayton Flanary, D.O.; Rachel Dodson, L.P.N.; Paul Morrison, D.O.; Lori Shrewsbury, M.A.; Michael Cain, D.O.; Sue Tourret, Office Manager; Christina Linley, M.A.; Paula Harjo, L.P.N.; Michele Crawley, APRN-CNP; Yolanda Denton, M.A.; Susan Todd, Administrative Director; Gabriella Dye; Jessica Sneed; and Alisha Nye.



Area students are already in class or preparing to start in the coming days.
Nearly 100 area church members turned out Sunday evening to pray for them, their teachers, administrators and board members .
The third Knight Walk is designed to bring a sense of community and fellowship among all of the churches and schools. It was held at the Henryetta high school track with a series of prayer stations to offer words of hope and encouragement for the coming year.prayer3



ice cream socialThe Henryetta First Christian church was the setting for an ice cream social honoring the HHS band members Thursday morning.
Members of the church Christian Women's Fellowship scooped out the ice cream as well as provided cookies and other desserts. The social recalled days gone by when band members played while band boosters held events as fund raisers. One of the CWF members pointed out that the band is, "always there in the heat, cold, rain and mud and deserves some recognition and rewards."
A clothes giveaway will be held at the Henryetta Church of Christ Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Church officials said this is a good way to outfit local children before the start of school. It is open to all area residents regardless of the school they attend.
Donations of clean, gently used clothes will be accepted at the church by noon Monday.
Schools though out the area are starting up this week and next.
praying1A group of concerned ministers, parents and private citizens are starting off the school year with a prayer walk. The "Knight of Prayer" will be held at the Henryetta high school track Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
"This is an opportunity for everyone to come together and lift up their hearts in prayer for our schools, homes and communities," said Henryetta Ministerial Alliance president Kyle Kiner. "Our children and school officials are facing difficult days and we want to pray for their success."
He invited teachers, school staff, students, parents, grandparents and others regardless of church affiliation to attend.