Indian Creek Nature Center’s mission has always been to create a more sustainable future.
And two-time champion Robert Sellers made sure he got his fair share leading all 20 laps driving his Checkered Flag Trucking sponsored sprinter to victory in the main event for a $2,000 payday.
Jake Martens of Fairview, making his first appearance with OCRS in nearly 10 years, drove the Paul Johnson sprinter to a second place finish.
Die Wahrheit ist doch aber, dass der Wunsch nach Nähe und Liebe (ob langfristig oder kurzfristig), nichts Neues ist, sondern quasi in unseren Genen veranlagt liegt.
Manchmal ist der Zeitpunkt für eine langfristige Beziehung im Leben aber einfach (noch) nicht gekommen.
Getting involved is as simple as strapping on a pair of hiking boots and hitting the trail or attending one of the Nature Center’s hundreds of programs.
You’ll immediately feel the sense of connection and belonging to a spectacular group of people that are working to preserve, conserve and educate all while having a wonderful time.
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(October 22, 2017) - Robert Sellers won the Ameri-Flex / OCRS Sprint Car season finale Sunday at Enid Speedway while Zach Chappell locked up the season championship and the Truck Lungs High Plains Shootout cash.