Please join us at the annual benefit for Life Choices Chickasha!
In lieu of the annual banquet, we're trying something new this year. Come bring your lawn chair and enjoy music, food trucks, homemade desserts, lawn games for the kids, a live auction of some fun gift items and learn all about what Life Choices offers to our community! Our performers include Jami Smith, Billy Davis, The Oklahoma Way and Jonathan Black. Come have some fun supporting a wonderful cause and invite your friends and family to do the same! If you aren't able to attend but still want to give, please visit www.lifechoiceschicksaha.com or if you have questions about the event please call 405-222-5483!
Life Choices Chickasha is a Christ-centered inter-denominational ministry, which seeks to serve women and families with confidential and loving support. The center provides encouragement in the midst of a pregnancy by equipping women to make life affirming and informed choices. Life Choices also offers a range of free services including ultrasounds, parenting and life skills classes, an STD/STI Testing & Treatment Program for women and men, and an earn while you learn program for diapers, wipes and formula and houses Hannah's Heart Clothing Closet full of anything and everything a child might need. Life Choices Chickasha is a 501C3 organization. We are 100% donor funded. Thank you for your continued support!
Location: Rock Island Depot 100 W. Chickasha Ave.
Who: Michigan Avenue Baptist Church
Where: 728 Michigan Avenue
What: Farmers to Families food give-away
When: Saturday, Oct. 24th, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Info: 1,500 boxes of food to give to Grady County families;
Includes dairy, protein and fresh produce;
Contact-less delivery; stay in your vehicle;
No income requirements necessary;
For information or to volunteer, call 405-224-5379
Location: Michigan Avenue Baptist Church
Who: Friends of the Chickasha Library
What: Fall book sale
When: Oct. 16th through Nov. 6th
Where: at the library at 6th and Iowa
Info: Open during regular library hours;
Items by donation, starting as little as $1 per item;
Masks required during visit;
Books, books on CD, magazines; lots of items for sale;
Proceeds help the library purchase new materials
Location: Chickasha Public Library