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Area School web sites:

Home of the Golden Eagles

Home of the Kiefer Trojans

Home of the Beggs Demons

Other Helpful Links:

Mounds Historical Society

Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Oklahoma's Official Website

The Whitehouse Government Website



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Toddler’s Time

Children’s Story time

Computer Classes for Adults



Toddler Program

     Jump into toddler time.  This is for toddlers up to the age of first grade to have their special time.  The program helps toddlers to learn to enjoy books and a story time of their very own without competing with the older children. 

     Basic alphabet, colors, shapes, and letter recognition are part of the planning process with this program.  So bring your toddler and enjoy this special time together.

Children’s Story time

     Children’s story time usually covers stories being read to them and introducing them to the wide world of books and helping them to develop their imagination and develop social skills at the same time.  We are not strict with age requirements here.  Our interest is that they have a positive experience with books so they can become friends for life.

Crafts are sometimes exchanged with story time and sometimes mixed according to the size and age of the group. 

Computer Classes for Adults

     This introduces the computer for our adults who have not had a chance to spend much time with one.  The basics are taught here along with some lessons referenced to Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel, and Access. 

     We also learn about e-mail and the ease of sending and receiving it.  Here the class practices what they have learned and practice on sending others in the class e-mail to get used to the procedures involved.

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