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      The Cherokee Strip Days celebration is an annual event in Enid, and celebrates the opening of the Cherokee Outlet of northern Oklahoma to settlement by a land run in 1893.  The celebration features an old-time parade around the two-block long Garfield County Courthouse Square, located in downtown Enid.

      The Garfield County Genealogists participated this year with a booth on the Courthouse lawn, where members provided information about genealogy, and about membership in our organization.  And for fun, our club president, Maxine Shepard, rode in the parade in a classic 1965 Ford Mustang, driven by owner David Oldham.

      The 2009 celebration was a success, despite the threat of rain, and the volunteer members of our club had a good time, and made many new contacts.

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[All photographs Copyright 2009 G. Heitfeld.  All rights reserved!]

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P. O. Box 1106, Enid, OK 73702

 

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[All photographs Copyright 2009 G. Heitfeld.  All Rights Reserved!]

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