Union Varsity Cheer Hosts Free Cow Patty Bingo Fall Festival
The third annual Cow Patty Bingo Fall Festival will be Sunday, October 28, from 2-4 p.m. at Pharridge Farm, 10301 Garnett Road (between 101st and 111th). Come dressed in your Halloween costume and enjoy face painting, games, prizes and of course candy! The event is free but families can also make a $5 donation for the chance to win a $500 Visa Gift Card if the cow “picks your number.” A giant bingo card will be marked on the field and the “Bessie” the cow will pick a number where she wants to drop her cow patty. If “Bessie” picks your number for her special gift, you win $500! Contact any Union Varsity Cheerleader to buy a ticket. You do not need to be present to win
Theatre of Professionals - "Neverwhere" by Neil Gaiman, adapted by Cody Daigle, October 22-27, Tickets $5. Show starts nightly at 6:30 p.m., Doors open at 6 p.m. at the 9th Grade Center. Directed by teacher Jessica Branston.
Theatre of Professionals (TOP) is a 9th-12th grade class even though students perform at the 9th Grade Center.
Briarglen Elementary hosted its first Community Night Tuesday, October 23, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., as families came together for food courtesy of Rib Crib, haircuts and learned more about community services and their PTA. See photos inside.
The Union Football Coach's Show is now on YouTube - see below. This show features highlights from the Union-Bartlesville game. Union won 49-14. In the fall, during football season, The Union Football Coach’s Show is a weekly playback of the Union Redskins’ varsity football team.
National Food Day is today, Wednesday, October 24, and all around the country organizations and individuals are celebrating “a movement toward healthy, affordable and sustainable food.” Global Gardens, a local non-profit that partners with low-income communities to facilitate school and community gardens, is presenting the new documentary, A Community of Gardeners, at Guthrie Green, 111 E. Brady St., at 7 p.m. tonight as a part of the national effort.
More than 200 Union sixth graders are visiting Tulsa Teachers Credit Union, 10081 E 81st St., to open savings accounts with the first stipends/paychecks they’ve earned as Union Job Club members on Wednesday, October 24, and Thursday, October 25.
On November 6, voters will be asked to vote on two questions affecting taxes which will have an affect on education. The Cooperative Council for School Administrators says if passed the affect would be detrimental to education. See inside for this and information for voters on other matters.