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Oklahoma state briefs, Nov. 18, 2012
Oklahoman Published: November 18, 2012

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Market opens online orders

The Tahlequah Farmers' Market is offering its first online winter forum. Vendors will take orders and deliver every two weeks from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Norris Park, organizers said. Delivery dates are Dec. 1, 15, and 29; Jan. 12 and 26; Feb. 9 and 23; and March 9 and 23. The order period is open from the Sunday after the delivery date until the Wednesday before the next delivery date. Vendors include Canyon Ridge Farms, Single Loop Ranch, Daisy Acres Soap, Four Seasons Handyman, and Heaven Sent Food & Fiber.



Workshop is for Internet

The Intergenerational Computer Center at Oklahoma City University will host a workshop on senior citizens issues at 1 p.m. Nov. 27. The event is free to the public. Instructors will show senior adults how to find resources via the Internet on topics such as how to apply for food stamps, stop an eviction and apply for benefits. Bryon Will of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys will answer questions and offer legal expertise on elder law issues. The Intergenerational Computer Center, NW 27 and Florida Avenue, is wheelchair accessible and free parking is available. For more information call 208-6230 or go to



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