Santa Claus Is Coming To YNB For Kids

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					DECEMBER 2006


Santa Claus Is Coming To YNB For Kids
Mark Your Calendars for Children’s Santa Pictures
Kids, you’ll want to circle your calendars for December 14-16 as Santa Claus plans a whirlwind tour of YNB Banks. He is hoping to catch last-minute Christmas orders and take pictures with many of his Yuletide buddies. On Thursday, December 14th, from 5 to 7 pm, Santa Claus will visit the YNB Mustang Bank, at 218 N. Mustang Road in Mustang. Get your picture taken with the jovial gift-giver. On Friday, December 15th, from 4 to 7 p.m. Santa will visit the YNB Main Bank at 401 Elm in Yukon. Children will receive keepsake pictures with Santa Claus, along with Christmas treats and hot chocolate and cookies. On Saturday, December 16th Santa Claus will hop on over to Oklahoma City at 6201 NW 23rd to the YNB Peoples Bank. He’ll be there from 10 to 12 noon to take wish lists, pose for pictures with children, and give out Christmas treats to all the good little boys and girls. Make sure to come visit Santa Claus this Christmas season at any of these three YNB locations. Avoid the long lines of Shopping Malls and have fun Santa Claus is coming to YNB for pictures with the YNB Family. Merry Christmas, from all of us to all with all those young believers in the of you!

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Sounds Of The Season With Philharmonic
Come hear a musical Christmas gift as the Oklahoma City Philharmonic comes

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to Yukon for their annual “Sounds of the Season” concert on Thursday, December 14th at 7:30 p.m. The event will take place in the Yukon Fine Arts Auditorium. Tickets are $5 per person and are available at the Yukon Community Center, the Jackie Cooper Gym, and the Robertson Activity Center. Tickets are also available at the YNB Main Bank, 401 Elm in Yukon. If you’ve never been, plan on attending this year. It will brighten your spirits and thoroughly entertain you.

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Find Something Fabulous For Kids at Sorella Due
Fine, funky, and fabulous finds for babies, kids, and moms: that is what you will find at Sorella Due Children’s Boutique featuring Campbell’s Closet. Located at 601 W. Main Street in Yukon, Sorella Due is packed with boutique brand children’s clothing, accessories you won’t find anywhere else, furniture for every stage of your child’s life, and much, much more. Sorella Due has brought national recognition to Yukon! In the November issue of Child Magazine, they were named as one of the top 100 cool kids’ boutiques in the nation! Sorella Due caters to the trendy tot. Clothing, including brands like Baby Lulu and Appaman, ranges in sizes from birth to 10 years. If you are looking for an outfit that is sure to stand out in a crowd, you will definitely find it here. Not only do the kids get spoiled here, but mom and dad too They offer awesome gear for parents, including Petunia Pickle Bottom® bags, Baby Bjorn® “Slip Covers”, designer maternity shirts, the hottest baby slings, and the latest in designer strollers. Looking for great nursery furniture or getting ready to re-decorate your child’s room? Sorella Due recently began carrying furniture for nurseries, toddler’s rooms, along with unique kingsized beds. They have a custom design center that allows you to choose the style and finish of the furniture - including 20 different unique

Cindi Horton, Brandi Webster and Kendra Crabtree with kids Ethan Horton, Max Horton, Davis Crabtree, and Campbell Crabtree at Sorella Due in Yukon.
paint colors! Choosing bedding and accessories for your room is fun at Sorella Due. Not only do they have many sets of bedding in stock, but you can come in and flip through fabric swatches to have your bedding completely custom made! Need to accessorize? Artwork, wall signs, hanging letters, the possibilities are endless! Sorella Due is ran by three very friendly ladies: Brandi Webster, Kendra Crabtree, and Cindi Horton. The store is family friendly as well... in fact, they have a huge playroom for kids to play and watch videos while you shop! Sorella Due opened in September 2005. They now have expanded and are located in the stone building on the corner of 6th & Main. There is always something new there to see. The holidays are approaching, and Sorella Due, along with some other downtown merchants, are organizing an old-fashioned Main Street Christmas. Sorella Due will host a “Breakfast with Santa” Saturday, December 16th. Parents can get more information and sign their kids up by calling the store at (405) 265-0953.

Mayor To Host Christmas Party
Jinglesauras, Miss Piggy, Santa’s special elves, and storyteller Al Bostick will be featured guests at Yukon’s Mayor’s Christmas Party, Saturday, Dec. 2nd from 10 am to 12 noon at the Robertson Activity Center. The event is tailored especially for children ages 12 and under. The come-and-go event is free to the public, and includes a continental breakfast, various stations with crafts, musical numbers, Christmas tattoos and more. There will also be an area set up for children to have their pictures taken with Santa Claus. Yukon’s Christmas in the Park light display burns bright this time of year, from November 18th until December 31st at Yukon City Park & Chisholm Trail Park. The lighted area includes about 100 acres and over 100 special displays. From 6 to 10 pm they will also offer horse drawn wagon rides through the parks. Cost is $5 per person, and kids under 3 free. Both events are sponsored by the Yukon Parks & Rec Dept. Call 350-8937.

Visit Great Yukon Homes on Dec. 10th
The Yukon Community Education Christmas Tour of Homes will be Sunday, Dec. 10 from 1 to 5 pm. The cost will be $5 for everyone age 10 and up. As a courtesy to our homeowners, children under 10 are not permitted. Tickets will be available at the Yukon Community Ed. office at 600 Maple or from YCE Advisory members. The money raised from the tour goes into the YCE Scholarship Fund. For more information contact Yukon Community Ed at 354-2579.

VISA® Gift Cards Make Great Christmas Presents
A VISA® Gift Card makes a great present at Christmas time because it is so versatile. It’s good for grandparents or grandchildren, and everyone in-between because it can be used at any store, nationwide wherever VISA® is accepted. VISA® Gift Cards are a no-hassle way of getting what you want, when you want or need it. They come in denominations ranging from $25 to $500. An added bonus is that YNB will waive the fees associated with the cards in November and December. When you buy your VISA Gift Cards you can register to win a pair of Hornet basketball tickets which will be given away on December 22. You need not be present to win. There is another advantage to giving VISA® Gift Cards. Say you have some extras cards left over after the get-togethers. Why not use those cards for yourself? Maybe it’s time to treat yourself to something special after all the holiday shopping is completed.

Holiday Festival of Lights Dec. 4th at Mustang Wild Horse Park
Join the Holiday Festival of Lights in Mustang on Monday, December 4th from 6 to 9 p.m. at Wild Horse Park and the Town Center. Santa will make a grand entrance. There will be a countdown for the Lighting of the Holiday Lights. There will also be photos with Santa available for the children. Added activities include children’s crafts, special music and choirs, hot chocolate and cookies, a gingerbread house contest, and much more. Santa will arrive at 6:30 p.m. and the lighting of the Holiday Lights and Community Christmas Tree will occur at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Nutcracker to Be Staged in Yukon
The Central Oklahoma Ballet Company will present “The Nutcracker Dec. 2 & 3 at Yukon H.S. Auditorium. Saturday’s show will start at 8 pm. Sunday’s matinee will begin at 2 pm. Admission is $8 per person if purchased in advance. For the first time in Yukon, the Central Oklahoma Ballet Company will be performing “The Nutcracker” with a live orchestra. Tickets are available at YNB, Caught in the Brambles & Yukon Community Center.
Elm. After the Firing of the Christmas Guns, onlookers are invited to come to Yukon National Bank’s Main Lobby at 4th & Elm for a free reception featuring free cookies and hot cocoa.

Do You Know The History of The Firing of the Christmas Guns?
The tradition returns to Yukon on Saturday, December 16th at 12 noon as the Firing of the Christmas Guns will be performed in a free public performance. Gun and cannon salutes were regularly used in the 18th Century to celebrate weddings, royal birthdays and holidays. From this tradition comes our current version of the Firing of the Christmas Guns as performed by the Miller Gang. They will fire their guns toward the south side of the Old Mill location at 3rd and


Christ’s Church of Yukon Growing With Purpose
If you’ve driven through Yukon lately you’ve surely noticed the changes made to the church at the corner of Holly and Vandament. The new Christ’s Church of Yukon, or CCY for short, has been busy transforming the former Trinity Church not just on the outside but major work has been completed on the inside as well. They spent $1,500,000 for the building and have spent about $350,000 remodeling the facility to make it meet their ministry needs. Most of the labor was volunteer work done by their church members or friends of the church. They even installed a new gable roof system over the old flat roof to decrease leaks. Pastor John Miller said the facility has about 48,500 square feet and that it has a great layout with many large classrooms, a great sanctuary, a good office complex, and a full size gym. They’ve splashed over 250 gallons of bright paint throughout the facility, built a new playground area, landscaped and are looking good! Miller also wanted to pay special attention to their Senior Adults and so he designed a beautiful room for them which is called the Celebrity Room. It has a fireplace and a wide-screen TV

and special lighting, so it is a wonderful space. They also have a part of the church known as “The Warehouse” where teens meet and have their own special services on Sundays and Wednesdays. It’s very popular. Sunshine Station, Kids Castle, Bible Barn and Jubilation Station are just some of the rooms that they have for their preschool John Miller, pastor of Christ’s Church of Yukon, stands in front of his recently remodeled church building on Vandament. and elementary age students. In their full-sized gym they CCY is active in Compassionate Hands, Manna are currently installing a new commer- Pantry, and Ministerial Alliance, and they open cial kitchen. They want to be able to use their Community Room to diverse groups such this facility for banquets, once a month as Weight Watchers, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts family nights (the first Saturday of each and various business organizations. month), game nights and special fellowPastor Miller says he has a very gifted staff inship activities. Associate Pastor Clay cluding Clay Parrett, Debi Birdwell, Jason BalParrett will oversee that part of their ministry. lou, Janey Reavis, Bree Heathco and Trudy DixPastor Miller stresses that the focus on. For more information you can check out their of CCY is always on being a Kingdom web site at or call 354-0245. church. That includes the Yukon comPastor Miller said that the community is inmunity, but it also includes communities vited to attend their Candlelight Christmas Eve overseas where they have set a goal of Service on Sunday, December 24th at 10:30am. building 15 churches in 15 years. They They’ll have a special March to the Manger are currently building their 5th church. which is a family-focused time where each They are building churches in places family can come to a live nativity scene and see like India, Thailand and Burma. the baby Jesus.

Even More Secure YNB Online Banking
If you haven’t signed up for online banking then the month of December is a good time to get started. You can check the balance of all your YNB accounts, transfer funds, balance your checkbook, and see which checks have cleared, all from the convenience of your own computer, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. At this time of the year people generally write more checks, or use their debit card more often to get all of their Christmas shopping done. Sometimes it can get rather hectic when people visit several stores in a short amount of time. Online banking and bill paying lets you better manage your cash flow. It’s easy to sign-up. Just come to the YNB Bank nearest you or enroll online at when you click on this → sign. If you have already signed up for online banking look for our new “Two-Factor Authentication”. We are converting customers now to this process. Further information is available for online users. It is being implemented to give you a more secure online banking experience. We value your business very much. We hope you have a happy holiday season.

Breakfast With Santa In Mustang Dec. 9th
Children can enjoy meeting Santa Claus, along with doing crafts, playing games and making special Reindeer Hay on Saturday, December 9th at the Mustang Town Center as the Mustang Parks and Recreation Department hosts a special Breakfast With Santa. Tickets are $8 perchild and $4 foradults. Sausage and pancakes will be served. You may select the 8 am or 10 am time. Call 376-3411 for more details.