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At Rural Water District 6 Wagoner County, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

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Annual Meeting Thursday April 16th

RWD #6 will be having it's Annual Meeting of Landowners on Thursday April 16th at 7 P.M. at the District office located at 2219 W. Hwy 51 west of Wagoner next to Kum and Go.  Everyone is invited to attend.  This year we will be voting on 2 board member seats and there will be a presentation of the District's financial status over the past year.  Come join us Thursday April 16th at 7 P.M., look forward to seeing you there.

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Hello, April.

Hello, April.

As we say “Goodbye” to March and a warm “Hello” to April, we welcome Spring in all its glory. And it IS glorious: the profusion of brightly hued blooms, the warm days and pleasant nights, the cool breezes and trill of bird-songs.  Spring infuses the world with color.  It reminds me of the moment when Dorothy opens the door of her sepia-toned, monochromatic home and steps into the lush, vibrant, Technicolor world of Oz for the first time. I feel like Dorothy when I walk out my front door and see a world reborn: trees that seemed dry and lifeless are green and budding, bulbs that had been lying dormant have raised their faces to the sun. Songbirds greet me every morning and the sun lingers a little longer every night. 

See what I mean? Glorious.

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