Closings for Feb. 27, 2019

Beverly Bryant - February 27, 2019 7:30 am

The following closings are in effect for Wednesday, Feb. 27:

  • Ponca City Public Schools
  • Tonkawa Public Schools
  • Blackwell Public Schools
  • Newkirk  Public Schools
  • Peckham School
  • McCord Elementary
  • PCA Kids Academy child care
  • Kildare School
  • First Lutheran School  and First Lutheran Day Care
  • St. Mary’s School
  • University Center
  • Northern Oklahoma College campuses
  • Pioneer Technology Center
  • Child Development Center
  • Aliance Health Urgent Care opening at 10 a.m.
  • Wheatheart Nutrition — all locations
  • Kay County Courthouse
  • Cimarron Transit
  • McCord Senior Citizens Center
  • Ponca City Noon Lions is cancelled today.
  • Completely Quilted is closed. Any classes will be re-scheduled. The Carry On Travel Bag class will be cancelled today.
  • ALL CLASSES have been cancelled at the RECPLEX for the rest of the day.
  • Newkirk Main Street is closed.
  • Albright United Methodist Church is closed today.
  • Deer Creek-Lamont schools are closed
  • Creative Monogramming and Embroidery is closed
  • First Baptist Church of Ponca City offices are closed today and all Wednesday night activities are cancelled
  • Kems Gym and Inciardi School of Dance closed today
  • Charity Angels Ambucs noon meeting has been cancelled.
  • Faith Tabernacle Church, Ponca City – no service this evening.
  • Northeast Baptist Church,  Ponca City – no service this evening.
  • PCA — no services or activities tonight.
  • Friendship Feast for tonight has been cancelled.

If you have a closing today, please email us at [email protected]

 

 

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