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Press Release

Release Date: July 26, 2007

by Kerri McDonald

  • Members of the Marshall County community, along with Chickasaw Nation tribal officials and Chickasaw Agency Superintendent for the BIA cut the ribbon at the opening of the newly constructed Marshall County Chickasaw Community Center in Enos.

ENOS, Okla. – On Wednesday, July 25 the Chickasaw Nation hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at the newly constructed Marshall County Chickasaw Community Center located at 1400 E. Enos Road.

The 5,000 square foot center features a 600 square foot stage, a large multi-function room that can be partitioned into two smaller rooms, a craft room, a computer room and a full kitchen.

“We are honored to open this much needed facility for the Marshall County residents,” stated Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby. “We hope it will be used by the whole community for family reunions and gatherings and special events.”

Future plans also include the addition of an outdoor playground with climbing features, slides and swings.

The facility was designed by Childers and Childers and constructed by Midway Construction. The Marshall County Chickasaw Community Center is the newest of five Chickasaw Nation community centers currently open. The others are in Ada, Ardmore, Sulphur and Tishomingo.