Tipton Family to Entertain Special Olympics Opening Ceremonies Roundup: May 15, 2019 Gallagher Iba Arena, Celebrating 50 Years of Awesome!

Bristle 10 year old and her sister Bella who is 11 will be performing alongside their father World Record Holding Trick Roper Marty Tipton for the Grand Opening Ceremonies for Special Olympics May 15, 2019 Gallagher Iba Arena. Oklahoma athletes numbering in the thousands, meet in Stillwater every year in May for the Summer Games. Staff and hundreds of volunteers are on hand to make sure athletes have three days full of competitions, Olympic-style ceremonies, an Olympic Village, food, housing and many fun activities.

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Special Olympics Oklahoma athletes will compete in nine sports: Athletics (Track and Field), Bocce, Bowling, Golf, Horseshoes, Powerlifting, Unified 3-on-3 Basketball, and Unified Softball. Other events include Motor Activities and Stars of the Future.

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Hundreds of volunteers are needed to plan, organize and accomplish a successful Summer Games every year. People interested in volunteering at the Special Olympics Summer Games should contact the State Office at 918-481-1234 or email info@sook.

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For a detailed Schedule of Events, visit the Schedule of Events page!

Please visit the Special Olympics of Oklahoma’s social media pages for more information: Facebook and Twitter

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Houston Texas Energy Conference 2019 Representing the Wind Energy, for Mortonson Corperation

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This year I am traveling to Houston to take part in the Energy Conference on May 21st. Mortenson Corp. a fantastic company utilizing wind to produce energy. I stopped and spoke with some of the people who haul and set them up the wind turbines.  I want to learn all I can about the benefits of the Wind energy.

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Energy Sector Expects 2019 Growth in Renewable and Natural Gas Projects.

The oil industry converges this week on Houston at CERAWeek, the largest gathering of top energy executives in the Americas, with oil majors showing a bigger presence as the United States has taken the crown as the largest crude producer in the world.

After a year that saw international crude oil prices surge to more than $87 a barrel in the fall then tumble, the market has been calmer of late, even with production limitations imposed by a combination of OPEC’s output cuts and large-scale sanctions placed on Iran and Venezuela by the United States.
U.S. crude output has rocketed to more than 12 million barrels a day, surpassing former leaders Russia and Saudi Arabia, but that success comes as independent U.S. shale companies are reducing drilling under pressure from investors demanding improved returns.
Even with prices at relatively stable levels, U.S. sanctions on Iran and Venezuela could disrupt the current calm. It remains unclear whether the United States will continue to offer some Iranian oil buyers purchase waivers, and whether Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro will face additional sanctions.
Both U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Energy Secretary Rick Perry will speak at the conference.

 

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The 10th annual Rock Island Arts Festival and Schedule of Events

The 10th annual Rock Island Arts Festival schedule and events BELOW in Chickasha Oklahoma, and there are a ton of things to do and the list of events is below. I will be there Saturday 12pm till 5PM so be sure and stop by and say howdy!

The Chickasha Area Arts Council’s (CAAC) 10th annual Rock Island Arts Festival (RIAF) 2018 is Fri., Sat. and Sun., Sept. 28-30, 2018 in downtown Chickasha!
All of the fun and festivities of ‘Celebrate Chickasha’ will be on the grounds of the beautiful and historic Rock Island Train Depot and Mill Building areas located on E. Chickasha Avenue. The Opening Ceremonies begin at 10 am on Stage Two.
Artisans, Crafters, Writers, Activities for Kids, Food Trucks, Wine and Beer Tents, Entertainers, Organizations and Businesses will be ready for visitors at 10 am on Fri. and Sat. and 12 noon on Sun. The Festival closes after the last music performances on Fri. and Sat. evenings and at 4 pm on Sun.

Sept. 28, Friday
10:00 am – RIAF Opening Ceremonies – Stage Two
10:00 am – Artists and Vendors Booths Open – All Day
4:00 pm – Ron Blankenship Steel Drums – Stage Two
4:00 pm – Children’s Art Class – Depot
5:00 pm – Love to Dance Studio – Main Stage
6:00 pm – Children’s Art Class – Depot
6:00 pm – Thomas Keneda – Stage Two
7:00 pm – Tim Brauer’s First Look Band – Main Stage

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Sept. 29, Saturday
10:00 am – Artists and Vendors Booths Open – All Day
10:00 am – Shane Harris – Main Stage
11:00 am – April’s Dance Studio – Main Stage
11:00 am – Children’s Art Class – Depot
11:30 am – ‘Together We Heel’ Presentations – Stage Two
12:00 pm – Jayden Cooper as Michael Jackson – Main Stage
12:00 – 5:00 pm – Oklahoma Kid – Roaming the Grounds
12:30 pm – Children’s Art Class – Depot
1:15 pm – Edmond School of Rock – Main Stage
1:15 pm – Rock Island Ride (Ride the Rock) Presentations – Stage Two
1:30 pm – Pottery Demonstrat CAAC Booth Center of Festival
2:15 pm – Chloe Davis – Stage Two
3:00 pm – Children’s Art Class – Depot
3:00 pm – Kohl Jackson – Stage Two
3:20 pm – Cali Sickler – Stage Two
4:00 pm – The Belonging – Stage Two
5:00 – 7:00 pm – Children’s Open Studio – Pumpkin Painting – Depot
5:00 pm – Brightside Flight – Main Stage
6:30 pm – Michael and Lela Dalby – Stage Two
7:30 pm – Travis Linville – Main Stage

Sept. 30, Sunday.  12:00 pm – Artists and Vendors Booths Open – All Day
12:00 – 4:00 pm – Children’s Open Studio – Depot
1:00 pm – Mitch Williams – Stage Two
2:00 pm – Southern Highway – Main Stage
2:00 – 4:00 pm – Casey and Mina – Roaming the Grounds
4:00 pm – RIAF closes

Hope to see you there!

 

Lottery Commission North American Annual Banquet Party included the United States, Canada and Mexico

Tipton Entertainment produced the live entrainment for the Annual North Americas Lottery Commission Banquet. It included a representative from every state and province in the North American Continent of the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

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The Banquet was held in the new Multi-Million Dollar History Center Complex in Oklahoma City. The production included over 65 live entertainers with specialty acts form Native American Hoop Dancers and Emmy Award musician to World Champion Trick Roping.

As the guest arrives at the entryway we had a dozen mounted Natives American a horseback to greet them and as they walked through the hall to the interior of the building 50 more Native American dancers, in full regalia stomp danced to a heart-pounding rhythm of their drums. It included a magnificent light show with Native American symbols flashing across the interior of the building. The scene was breathtaking beyond belief. The first floor was set for a 5-course dinner along with more live entertainment by the Emmy award-winning flute player John Two-Hawks. Later in the evening, Country and Western music started playing on the second floor where we had a full bar and dance floor with live DJ and a line dancing.

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With drums pounding and lights flashing we produced a magnificent evening of Country and Western fun and excitement like nothing ever seen before.

The building was decorated from top to bottom with real ranch furniture form Loric Ranch Furnishing from Oklahoma City Stock Yards.
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Native American dancers, singers, and drummers come to represent each tribe in the state of Oklahoma.
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Are you interested in having a heart-pounding Wild West experience or some event assistance with your project, please feel free to leave us a message with a few details

For immediate assistance call (405) 465-0022

 

Thanks to our partners Loric Ranch,

Throwback Thru Time Ellsworth Kansas August 24-26, 2018

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CLICK Here to View Flyer of event Times and Happenings, Cowtown Flyer 2018

Or you may look at the list below.

Friday, August 24, 2018
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Aug 24, 2018
6pm

Watermelon Feed
Located at the El-Kan Rodeo grounds

Aug 24, 2018
7pm

El-Kan Western Riders Rodeo

Rodeo Queen Application

Aug 25, 2018
7:30am

5K Run
Thank you to our sponsors Gene’s Heartland Foods and Golden Plains Credit Union!

Entry Form

Aug 25, 2018
7am

Ellsworth Senior Center Breakfast

Aug 25, 2018
10:00am

Ellsworth Cowtown Parade
Grand Marshall Alan Stefek
Thank you to our sponsor El A De Oros!

Parade Entry

Aug 25, 2018
11am

Reenactment of the Shooting of Sheriff Whitney

Aug 25, 2018
Following Parade

Ellsworth Area Arts Council Activities
Activities will include:
Chalk coloring contest, up to age 12, prizes awarded
Tissue paper flower crafts
Free ice water
Native American Art Exhibit of Sharon Sahlfeld

Aug 25, 2018
9am-4pm

Arts & Crafts Vendors

Vendor form

Aug 25, 2018
9am-4pm

Food Vendors

Aug 25, 2018
9:45am

Kids Fun Run!
Meet at the Elementary School and let’s take a run down Douglas Avenue!

Aug 25, 2018
9:55am

Mystery Ping Pong Ball Drop
Right on Douglas Avenue, you’ll want to participate in this fun MYSTERY ping pong ball drop. What special prize will you get?

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Aug 25, 2018
Following Shooting of Sheriff Whitney

Grab N Go Sack Lunch
Grab a sack lunch for $5 in Alliance parking lot, sponsored by the VFW Auxillary. All proceeds go to Ellsworth Family Connections!

Aug 25, 2018
12pm-1:30pm

Dr. Roger Marshall Legislative Update
Stop in the air conditioning for a legislative update offered by Dr. Roger Marshall. Located at the Ellsworth County Historical Society meeting room.

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Aug 25, 2018
12pm-4pm

JH Robbins Memorial Library Fun!
$1 entrance for:
Air Conditioning
Indoor Restrooms
Bottled Water
Indoor Storywalk
15 stickers for sticker picture!

All donations go towards the purchase of an ice machine for our community room!

Aug 25, 2018
12pm4pm

Hydration and First Aid Station
Stop in the cooling tent for water and rest, sponsored by Ellsworth County Medical Center and the Ellsworth County EMS

Aug 25, 2018
12pm-4pm

Carrico’s Drive Green Event!

Aug 25, 2018
12pm-4pm

Beer Garden
Sponsored by National Drovers Hall of Fame

Aug 25, 2018
12pm-4pm

Horseback Rides!

Aug 25, 2018
11:30am-1pm

Entertainment – Weston Price

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Aug 25, 2018
1pm-2pm

Entertainment – The Oklahoma Kid Trick Roper (followed by lessons for the kids!)

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Aug 25, 2018
2pm-4pm

Entertainment – Scott Helmer

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Aug 25, 2018
12pm-4pm

Rowdy the Ride Truck MONSTER TRUCK RIDES

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Aug 25, 2018
3pm

Ping Pong Ball Drop
$500 of cash prizes sponsored by Western Electric Cooperative!

Aug 25, 2018
12pm

Dodgeball Tournament

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Aug 25, 2018
12pm

Horseshoe Tournament

Aug 25, 2018
12pm-4pm

Bouncy Houses

Aug 25, 2018
12pm-4pm

Barrell Train Rides

Aug 25, 2018
7:00pm

El-Kan Western Riders Rodeo

Rodeo Queen Application

Aug 25, 2018
9pm

Street Dance
Rice County Line

Aug 26, 2018
10:30am

Healing Hearts Cowboy Church
Sponsored by National Drovers Hall of Fame

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Aug 26, 2018
Following Church Service

Potluck Picnic
Join us for a community potluck and bring your favorite covered dish!
Sponsored by National Drovers Hall of Fame
Saturday, August 25, 2018
Sunday, August 26, 2018

49th Annual Columbus Day Festival October 5th 6th 7th in Columbus Kansas Marty Tipton Trick Roping Entertainment

Come on out to one of this years coolest festivals, the 49th Annual Columbus Day Festival October 5th 6th 7th in Columbus KS. Along with the Hot Air Balloon Regatta there will be tons of activities like David Wonder Magic, Bluegrass Band Greenland Station, Marty Tipton Wild West Trick Roping you can watch and learn. Mark your Calendar!

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Dan Alderson Director of Energy Assistance for ATMOS Energy & NEUAC Entertained Guest in Phoenix AZ for a good cause…

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AS you’ll know I’m always happy to spin a rope for a good cause, and this past weekend I had the chance to work with Daniel Alderson the Director of Energy Assistance for ATMOS Energy and now also NEUAC for almost 20 years. Some years ago Dan and I were in the Rodeo Association (NHSRA) togeather and this past week I got the chance to take center stage with Dan at the Convention in Phoenix AZ at the Sheraton Grand. With over 750 guests Dan and I talked about the 2019 convention and we invited everyone to attend in Texas at the OMNI Convention Center.

I spun a few loops and I got to having fun on stage with Dan, and I stated if everyone showed up at next year’s convention in 2019,  Id get Dan on the back of Bucking Bull. And as an after thought if I can’t get a live Bull which I may but if not I will bring in an electric Bull and tie him on. I have no doubt Dan can cover a bout any Bull one time for 8 seconds but its not the ride I’m figuring will get him, but the sudden stop when he hits the ground. Dan and I don’t recover like we use to but if he rids one Ill do the same.

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Atmos Energy Corporation, headquartered are in Dallas one of the country’s largest natural-gas-only distributors, serving over three million natural gas distribution customers in over 1,400 communities in eight states from the Blue Ridge Mountains in the East to the Rocky Mountains in the West.

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Dan has the characteristics and represents white hat wearing good guy cowboy. Like the cowboys of old west who were called upon to help those pioneers travel west, Dan stands strong taking on DC in getting the assistance needed to help those who need it most.

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For more information, visit http://www.atmosenergy.com.

Trick roper, musician, princesses and superheroes help resident who needs kidney, Muskogee OK

A trick roper and a musician will join princesses and superheroes to help raise money for a resident’s kidney transplant.

A benefit for Muskogee kidney patient Chris Watson will be at 4 p.m. Saturday.
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The fundraiser for Muskogee resident Christopher Watson will be 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Three Rivers Museum.

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A benefit for Muskogee kidney patient Chris Watson will be at 4 p.m. Saturday.

Entertainment includes Muskogee country-western singer Maddie K. Parks and trick roper Marty Tipton, “The Oklahoma Kid.”
A Shawnee resident, Tipton describes himself as a fourth-generation lasso-spinning artist with family ties to Will Rogers. According to his website, Tipton has been performing since he was 9 years old and has toured from New York to Los Angeles.

Tipton said he enjoys performing for benefits.
Saturday’s event also will feature a silent auction, which includes an acoustic guitar, a Baby Lock BL9 sewing machine, a 1980s vintage drum set and a $250 Champion Fitness gift certificate.
Food will be provided by Runt’s Bar-B-Que and Charlie’s Chicken.
Characters from Muskogee’s Princesses 4 A Cause will meet people at the door.
Princesses 4 A Cause founder Marcella Paige said the group is made up of teen volunteers who dress up as fairy tale princesses and superheroes. She said they attend benefits and special events. They also visit children in the hospital.

Muskogee Princesses (and superheroes) 4 A Cause will greet people Saturday afternoon at a benefit at Three Rivers Museum.
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“It’s amazing, all the kids that participate in the events,” Paige said. “When they should be going to the movies or going out with friends, they stop all that and volunteer, just to bring joy to the kids. That’s amazing.”
Watson’s sister, Angie Rush, said friends and family are conducting the fundraiser. She said her brother was born with one kidney, which has failed.

“They’re doing the fundraiser to raise money to not only get a transplant, but also help with pre-expenses and post expenses, plus, any medical expenses his insurance does not cover,” she said.
She said the family must make frequent trips to Oklahoma City, where the transplant team is.

Trick roper and humorist Marty Tipton, “The Oklahoma Kid,” does a variety of lasso spinning stunts. He will perform Saturday at Three Rivers Museum.

Rush said her brother is in good shape, despite his kidney failure.
“He graduated from Muskogee High School in 2013,” she said, adding that he worked at Wal-Mart in Wagoner for a few years until his health began to deteriorate.
“It makes a big difference for him to get the treatment he needs and the medicine he needs,” she said.

For more information on Chris Watson please CLICK HERE

The Slumber Bash with the Oklahoma Kid where 50 deserving children who will each be gifted with their own new bed.

Friday, May 11th in Oklahoma City where Focus on Home will throw an unforgettable Slumber Bash for 50 deserving children who will each be gifted with their new bed. The evening will feature unique children-inspired entertainment, arts & crafts, a movie extravaganza and the Oklahoma Kid will be there sharing with the children and teaching trick roping and demonstrating fancy rope spinning.
Sponsors will be invited to a special mocktail cookies and milk party to kick off the Slumber Bash and meet the child they have sponsored.
The beds will be delivered to the children’s homes early the next morning so each child may enjoy a comfortable nights slumber for years to come!
Photos will be added of the event after May 11th