Debbie Stoll is the Wife of Lyndle Stoll. Lyndle Stoll is the Son of James
and Linnie Mae Stoll all of which live on the Baseline.
This is quite an honor.
CAMERON UNIVERSITY NEWS RELEASE July
Cameron University Department of Education faculty members Debbie Stoll
and Stephanie White are among the nine recipients who have been awarded Service-Learning
Incentive Grants for the Fall 2009 semester by the Oklahoma Campus Compact (OkCC). Service-learning is a teaching
method that combines community service with academic instruction as it focuses on critical, reflective thinking and civic
responsibility. Service-Learning programs involve students in organized community service that addresses local needs, while
developing their academic skills, sense of civic responsibility, and commitment to the community.
"We applaud Debbie Stoll and Stephanie White as grant recipients for their service-learning
projects," says Dr. Ronna Vanderslice, Dean of Education and Behavioral Sciences. "Enhancing student learning by incorporating
service that meets a community need into their coursework is a critical part of our mission in providing quality education
at Cameron University."
Stoll will utilize her grant to supervise students in CU's Early Childhood Education
program to collaborate with HeadStart programs in educating parents on the value of play. White will supervise Elementary
Education students in selecting high quality children's literature and reading to children at a daycare or school. Each will
communicate the results of their efforts at a state reflection meeting presented by OkCC.
Established in 2000, Oklahoma Campus Compact is an organization of Oklahoma college
and university presidents who have committed to articulating the importance of civic responsibility as an outcome of higher
education. The organization provides leadership, networking and technical assistance to campuses and communities in service
learning, civic engagement and community service.
The Manitou Voluntary Fire Department received their new fire truck Friday 5/15/09. They received a grant for most of it but did have a Chili fundraiser and also the ManitouMethodistChurch had an Enchillada fundraiser to help.Also
the Manitou School Alumni donated $1,000 in October after our last Reunion in 2008. Manitou has a group of volunteer fireman that take pride in being a fireman and they are very appreciated
of this new truck.
By Reported Gail Patterson
Manitou Volunteer Fire Department gets $118,000 grant
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA) awarded a $118,750 Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) to the Manitou Volunteer Fire Department. Nationally,
the AFG awards, which will be distributed in phases, will ultimately provide approximately $560 million to fire departments
and nonaffiliated emergency medical service organizations throughout the country. AFG awards aim to enhance response capabilities
and to more effectively protect the health and safety of the public with respect to fire and other hazards. The grants enable
local fire departments and emergency medical services organization to purchase or receive training, conduct first responder
health and safety programs, and buy equipment and response vehicles. “The Assistance to Firefighters Grants program
has been instrumental in building capacity and providing needed resources for our nation’s firefighters,” said
FEMA Administrator David Paulison. “From the purchase of equipment to first responder training, the AFG program has
helped improve response capabilities. and saved lives and property in communities throughout the United States.” Since
2002, AFG has provided over $3.5 billion in grants to fire departments and first responder organizations to purchase response
equipment, personal protective equipment, vehicles and fire prevention activities. AFG is administered cooperatively by two
FEMA components: the Grants Program Directorate and the United States Fire Administration.
FREDERICK Chamber names most useful
3 MANITOU CLASSMATES
The Annual Chamber Banquet was held Thursday night, naming the Most Useful Citizens
of Frederick; Georgia Greenfield and J.M. Cope. The Chamber Volunteer of the year went to Sue Clifton,
the Special Volunteers of the Year were Louis & Betty Box, and Dan & Twyla Elsener; Bobby & Georgia
Jackson.. Lindsay Jo Harrington Ms. Oklahoma, U.S.A. was presented a special recognition award from Vinson Orr Two signs
which will be displayed at the edge of Frederick in her name. The Keynote speaker was Ralph Manley, WWII Paratrooper Veteran.
I have made a mistake and not too happy I have to apologize for it. Yesterday
I was getting my mail at the post office and Jerry Stoll came in and he said he needed to talk to someone and maybe I was
the one.He said ManitouGrade School closed in 1993.I agrued with
him thinking Ray died in 1991 and Kim graduated the 8th grade in 1991 and I thought the school closed.Then I came home and got to thinking about it and Dana was teaching school at Manitou and was pregnant
with Kaley and she was born March 1993 so the school had to closed in 1993.
So Eddie will you please change
everything that has 1991 on it and put 1993. Can’t believe no one ever
questioned it before. Gail Patterson
Gas down to $1.52 a gallon here in Frederick. This is great news for us here
Manitou fireman arrested on six counts
Edward Trent Schrick, 20, a firefighter
with the Manitou Volunteer Fire Department, was arrested Friday, November 21, 2008 on six charges of 3rd Degree Arson. According
to Col. Mike Grimes, Director of Investigative Services, Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Schrick allegedly set six fires
in rural Tillman County near Manitou. Grimes said his agency, in conjunction with the Tillman County Sheriff’s Department,
began the investigation that resulted in Schrick’s arrest back in February of this year. He said they have investigated
“in excess of 50 fires” during that time. Grimes said Schrick was arrested on six counts of arson. “Because
we can prove these six fires.” He added that the investigation into the other fires is continuing and there are “potentially
other suspects.” Grimes said the arson charges have been turned over to the Tillman County District Attorney for
formal filing. Assistant District Attorney Deanna Hansell said she would file six counts of 3rd Degree Arson against Schrick
in Tillman County District Court on Monday, November 24. Hansell said if convicted Schrick faces a maximum penalty of 15
years in prison and a $10,000.00 fine on each count. Following Schrick’s arrest on November 21, Tillman County Associate
District Judge David Barnett ordered the suspect’s release on a Personal Recognizance bond with the following Special
Conditions: • Resign from Manitou Fire Department. • Start counseling im-mediately • Travel to
school with parents or relatives. • Be supervised at all times away from home. • No firearms in home or
Just wanted to let you know we are meeting with the Manitou
Fire Department to present them with a $1,000 check that we voted to donate at our Reunion in October. We
will meet them at the Manitou Fire Station at tuesdsay night November 11, 2008.
It will be short & sweet and hope maybe to have at least one newspaper there. I
have been in contact with Chuck Jensen and he thinks all of the firemen will be there that night (unless there is a fire and
we may be inducted into the fire dept.) ha.
The Manitou Fire Department will be having a Chili Dinner November
22 from 11 to 2 (I think) and they will be charging $5.00 per ticket and have drawings & silent auction.I am sure you will hear more about it closer to time.I suggested
to Chuck to present them with this check that day and he said he felt like they might be too busy so this is when he wanted
to do it. Hope you can come if you can.