Published: July 21, 2008
re than 30,000 wild horses and burros are maintained at holding facilities. Sales are held periodically at several sites, including one in Pauls Valley.

The next wild horse and burro sale at the Pauls Valley facility, west of Interstate 35 off Kimberlin road, is Aug. 15 and 16.

For more information, call (866) 468-7826 or go to

Museum hosting two day camps
Day camps for children ages 6-11 are scheduled this month at the Woolaroc Museum southwest of Bartlesville.

"Camp Woolaroc, an Adventure in Learning” will be held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for children ages 6-8, and July 29-31 for ages 9-11.

Both camps focus on the environment, the Woolaroc Museum, northeastern Oklahoma history and how the oil and gas industry has impacted the state, according to a museum news release.

"It is three days of fun and education and is unlike any other day camp in the country,” said teacher and re-enactor Michelle Martin in the news release. "It almost feels like a competition as to who is having more fun, the kids or the teachers.”

For more information, call (918) 336-0307.

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