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204 East Main Street

Stigler, Oklahoma  74462

Phone:  918-967-8681



Executive Director
Janice Williams

Executive Board
Brandon Amos

Brandon's Used Cars/
Brandon's Detail House

Marsha Oldham 

Oldham Home Care

Vice President
Blair Christenberry
Choctaw Nation
of Oklahoma

Brad Ross  

First National Bank
of Stigler

Janice Williams  

Stigler-Haskell County Chamber

Community Calendar

of Events

Linus Williams Jr.
Stigler Printing/Stigler News-Sentinel

Brad Martin

Cookson Hills Electric Cooperative
Shannon Morrison
Family First Medical Clinic
Tammy Watson
Cox Insurance Agency
April Williams
Kiamichi Technology Center
Jenny Wilson
Farmers State Bank
Kim Wood
Wood Insurance Company

Kelsey Dickson
American National Insurance

Directors at Large

Booth Registration Information/Form

The annual event will feature class reunions, music concerts, food, games, a 5K race, vendor booths and much more.
There will be something for everyone.

Competitors and fans from several states will 
travel to Lake John Wells for the hydroplane boat racing event.

The lake and park provide lots of space to watch the competitions from the comfort of a vehicle or a favorite lawn chair. Bring snacks or enjoy the offerings of local vendors.

Visitor impressed with Stigler

Bobby & Janice,

     I have spent the last couple of days in beautiful Stigler Oklahoma. My son Daylan plays for the Tulsa Tigers 18 year old summer baseball team.

      I wanted to take a minute to brag on your City. I am astounded by the level of facilities you all have provided for your Citizens and the tourist that are flocking to your City. 

      But, as a City Manager myself I pay attention to more than just the facilities. I know that facilities alone are not enough to have the desired impact. It is clear that you all have had exceptional planning, engineering and marketing.        Just as impressive as I drove around town between games is the level of “pride in ownership”.  You can say that I was blown away! My experience tells me that no amount of enforcement can convince people not to litter and mow their yards.  Your people clearly care about how visitors see Stigler.

      Your community was ALIVE with “Reunion Weekend” and it was clear that volunteers had carefully planned the details for everyone to enjoy. Just for your math; we spent about $300 in Stigler. And that’s one of 14 on our team. 

     All I can say is your community must have fantastic leadership, amazing volunteers and involved citizens. BRAVO!!!



Steve Saxon

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