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Saturday, September 17, 2005

Television Program to Cover Action Figure Museum and OCC

Ok, for those non-comics readers who read this blog, here's your chance to see what's got me so excited.

From the Pauls Valley newspaper:

Pauls Valley’s Toy and Action Figure Museum, Oklahoma Cartoonists Collection, and the Heartland Flyer will be featured this Sunday on OETA’s “Oklahoma Horizon,” a weekly television show on the public television station. The September 18 show will air at 3 p.m. on OETA and will feature the Toy and Action Figure Museum and how it will impact tourism in Pauls Valley and the state. Della Wilson, Director of the Toy and Action Figure Museum, and Kevin Stark will be interviewed during the segment. The Toy and Action Figure Museum will hold grand opening ceremonies on Saturday, October 15.

The show will also highlight the Heartland Flyer on a ride from Pauls Valley to Ardmore. The segment will feature local history and points of interest from local leaders and historians. Legislators, rail and transportation experts also discuss the economic benefits of rail service to the stateand what can be done to help keep this train on its tracks.

“Oklahoma Horizon” showcases weekly the contributions made by individuals, companies and other organizations across the state to benefit Oklahoma's economic development and quality of life.