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FEBRUARY 1, 2022

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DFW Developers Plan a New Hochatown Hangout Spot By Hochatowner Staff

A fresh, family-friendly entertainment venue and dining district is coming to Hochatown this year, and the development team leading this project has partnered with business associates of McCurtain County to prioritize the local community visions. Groundbreaking of “The Yard Under the Pines” began in the Timber Creek area this fall under the leadership of Logan Hassinger and Tyler Kreis. The duo makes up a finance and real estate team based in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro of Texas and their expertise includes 10 years of real estate experience respectively. To navigate the development process, the guys teamed up with an area agent named Paula Beauchamp of Keller Williams real estate. Through that connection, they were introduced to a 5.8-acre lot in Timber Creek and they announced their plans to build via social

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media in the summer 2021. As small-town logistics often go, it was meeting the associates of their new associates that helped the plan fall into place. “Everyone who is going to be leasing from us is local, and it has been all word of mouth and referrals,” Tyler notes. The organic relationship built with Paula is the source they credit for accomplishing the “natural corralling” needed to launch the project. With 12,000 square feet of artificial turf, a candy store, barbeque restaurant, WiFi internet, outdoor seating, and quality leasing spaces slated to be featured on site, The Yard Under the Pines is set to provide a high-end entertainment experience in a clean, safe environment for families and business professionals alike.

In addition to being business partners, Hassinger and Kreis have also been close friends since Jr. High. The duo first connected with the community of Hochatown while vacationing with their wives and children. The families kept coming back for the cabin life, area fun, and recreation. Beyond traveling here for five years, Hassinger and Kreis have been establishing themselves in the local real estate community as they purchased cabins in the area and work on various construction projects with the help of Beauchamp and her team. The Yard under the Pines idea was developed because the guys wanted to find a way to tie themselves to the area on a long-term basis while also finding ways to give back to a community that has become a second home to them. Developing a place with family-friendly forms of entertainment was a driving factor for both of the guys, as parenthood remains a

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priority for them. In addition to providing good experiences for their own children, creating a safe space for all kids to play in Hochatown was an idea that came directly from speaking with local residents. Logan and Tyler say they spent a lot of time “pinballing” thoughts back and forth with Hochatown community members about how they could fill a void of anything that might be missing in the area. “There’s a lot of people who show up here with kids,” Logan says. “We asked ourselves, how can we provide a welcoming environment to families? If they’re renting a 4-bedroom cabin, there are 8 adults and probably just as many kids. You’ve got to give them a place to run around and play and give them some entertainment. That’s how we came up with the idea for the candy store.” The spot for sweets, called “Sasquatch’s Candy Den” will be located on Sugarberry

Lane and will feature over 150 types of candies. The shop is being designed with families in mind, though many other features will be included in the new district to attract a variety of different demographic groups. The Yard Under the Pines, according to Tyler, “Is the development where 4-6 different businesses will be located.” “Sasquatch’s den will be a part of it, and it’s about bringing people to the development and creating an ecosystem where each leased space benefits and it all just works together.” Those leased spots are scheduled to be available by Summer 2022 and the venue will house multiple permanent spaces with sewer, water, and electric capabilities, plus strong WiFi internet services. The incentive for providing quality internet is to support working parents and business professionals who visit the district. The vision is that with plenty of

seating and dining, moms and dads can stop in for a working lunch while the kids can run around in a safe place. Although the space is being built with permanent fixtures in mind, there will also be an area for food trucks to set up so visitors can choose local, fresh cuisine options in Hochatown. The food trucks, restaurants, shops, and entertainment features of the district may draw in additional tourists, as the Yard Under the Pines Facebook page has already garnered more than 2,000 followers since the project was announced in August 2021. Phase one of construction is set to commence during Spring Break this year and will begin with installing the artificial turf. Questions about The Yard Under the Pines development can be referred to Loganhassinger@sagenotesinc.com or follow their Social media pages at @ TheYardUnderThePines.

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liams, earning this designation by the sales volume of properties, and is a land specialist as well. She loves helping both buyers and sellers manage their assets to get the maximum value on either side. Dawn is not new to the area and has a vast array of connections with builders, developers, contractors, business and local contacts. Dawn has been in SE Oklahoma since she married her husband Ken in 1978. His family is of Choctaw descent. She makes her home in southeast Oklahoma but worked for major corporations in the DFW metroplex for over 28 years. Dawn is a Veteran of the United States navy and loves her country and being a part of the growth in her community.

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10 Hot Spots to Hang in Hochatown! By Hochatowner Staff Looking for a fun time out on the town but not sure where to start? We’ve put together a list of cool places to check out around Hochatown, OK! For a rural area, there is plenty to see and do in our neck of the woods. From day time activities the whole family can enjoy, to nightlife adventures for the grown folks, there’s something fun for everyone around Hochatown. 1. Gutter Chaos Bowling Alley and Arcade: Much more than just a bowling alley, this local spot features a full bar with cocktails and beer, a food menu with a variety of choices, live music, arcade games, pool tables and games on TV for the sports fans. Located on Orca road, Gutter Chaos is the ideal place to go for a large group looking for family-friendly entertainment. Call 580-494-2695 for info or check out their Facebook page. 2. The Maze of Hochatown: Terrific for Team building and family bonding, The Maze of Hochatown offers a unique opportunity for groups to work together and find a way out of this 29,000 square

foot puzzle. Open year-round and suitable for all ages, this activity is great for an afternoon of critical thinking skills and teamwork. The venue is wheelchair accessible and conveniently located on Highway 259. For hours and special events or parties call 580-494-6293. 3. Hochatown Saloon: Hungry? The saloon is a great place for a homestyle meal and ice-cold beer! Go all out with steak and shrimp or keep it simple with a salad. You’ll find pool tables, shuffleboard, live music on Friday nights, plus brunch on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Check out the “Little Buckaroos” menu for kid friendly food choices or leave the kids at home and hit the dance floor on the weekend. If you’re searching for souvenirs, swing by the gift shop next door. Find them on Facebook or visit www.Hochatownsaloon.com 4. Girls Gone Wine: Perfect for Bachelorette Parties, wedding showers, birthdays or just a fun trip with the girls. Enjoy wine tastings, shopping, parties and special events here with your crew. Reservations in advance can be made by calling 580-306-WINE or visit their website at www.thegirlsgonewine.com. Free tastings are available and large groups are welcome.

5. Hochatown Escape Games: Grab some friends and use your heads! Up to 10 people can participate and the group will have one hour to discover the clues, unlock locks, solve the puzzle, and escape the game. There are four different scenarios available and reservations can be made in advance. Call (580) 579-8901 and find information online by visiting www.hochatownescapegames.com 6. Grateful Head: The place for pizza! Local beers, fresh flavors and fun atmosphere. Grateful head has a cool outdoor patio and live music on a regular basis. The food is made to order and the atmosphere is very chill. This local favorite can accommodate big groups and birthday parties or keep it low-key for couple’s date nights and family meals. Vegetarian choices available and a gift shop is on site. Open 6 days a week and located on Highway 259. www.gratefulheadpizza.com 7. Mount Fork Brewery: After exploring Beavers Bend state park, the brewery is a place to unwind. With handcrafted beers on tap, new flavors can be found here with friends. Try a flight to sample them all or indulge on tasty bar food like wings and sandwiches. An outdoor patio is on site and merchandise is for sale to grab local swag. Local

beers are also available to purchase and take back to the cabin. Take out available, located on Lukfata Trail Road. www.mtforkbrewery.com 8. Rugaru Adventures: Outdoor fun for the whole family at this zipline spot! Speeds reach up to 35 miles per hour and it’s a great way to see McCurtain County’s beautiful views. All staff are trained and certified for safety and the tour offers 5 different options varying from 300 to 1100 feet. Walk-ins are welcome but reservations are preferred. Guidelines and information can be found by calling 580-494-2947 or visit their Facebook page. 9. The Tasting Room: A cozy cocktail lounge complete with specialty drinks, inviting atmosphere and friendly service. Belly up to the bar or relax by the fireplace with friends. A multi-level outdoor patio can be found outside with eclectic music playing overhead. Perfect for a drink after dinner out on the town or a cold one between activities. The tasting room is located next door to Hochatown Distilling Company and opens in the afternoons. Swing by Lukfata Trail Road to find this mixed drink venue.

a family gathering or date night as a couple. All ages are welcome and instructions for safety purposes are provided. Big groups are encouraged and parties welcome. This is a great physical activity for the fam and something different to try while visiting Hochatown. Call 580-49439829 for information or check out their Facebook page online.

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Unique Local Attraction Promotes Team Building in Hochatown By Hochatowner Staff

With more than two million hits garnered on a single “Coming Soon” Facebook post, The Maze of Hochatown remains one of the most talked-about attractions to emerge in McCurtain County Oklahoma in recent years. Developed by two couples who went into business together, the 29,000 square foot wooden maze requires groups to work together as a team and find their way back out. With a mile of fencing and more than 16 different ways The Maze can be re-routed, the spot goes hand in hand with birthdays, anniversaries, bachelorette parties, and festive holiday themes. Located in Southeast Oklahoma, the new destination offers a scenic drive from many communities across the 4-states metro

area of Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Texas. The ownership team consists of Darcee and her husband Shane Shankles, along with Kimberly and Jamie Davis. The husbands, Jamie and Shane, worked together for decades before they went into business together, and they talked about the project significantly before moving forward. The vision for the attraction was inspired by a trip Jamie took to Glacier National Park in Montana more than 20 years ago. Darcee was unsure of the concept before seeing a design with her own eyes. “It wasn’t until we all sat down, and he showed us a drawing of what he wanted to do, and we all started talking about doing something else besides just trying to find our way out,” Darcee says. “And that’s

where the game came into play.” To create the layout for the Maze, partners from the U.K were contacted to develop a unique design. The concept has two different styles of games; One operates like a scavenger hunt, and the other has participants find five different towers before qualifying players are entered into a drawing for a “Hochatown HotSpot Package” reward. By bringing the Maze to Hochatown and constructing the property on Highway 259, the Maze owners were able to corner the Market on this specific type of family fun. No other mazes of this type and caliber exist across the 4-states region. Although many corn mazes can be found around the area, those fall under a “seasonal” category and many don’t include the game and

team-building components in their business models. The Maze can safely hold up to 120 people per hour and groups of all sizes have come from different places to check out this one-of-a-kind local feature. With a grand opening held in early summer 2021, The Maze began with one of three total phases planned by the ownership team. The attraction is still currently in phase one, and visitors have commended Darcee and the team on how challenging, yet rewarding the experience can be. “People have underestimated it,” she says. Completing the Maze typically takes between 60 and 90 minutes but “some give up.” Those who successfully complete the requirements for the reward will have a chance to earn the Hochatown HotSpot package. For families seeking qual-

ity time and a positive teambuilding experience, The Maze can provide an environment for communication and connection. The venue is wheelchair accessible, and no reservations are required to participate. Emergency exits can be found throughout the course for the safety of the participants and staff are always available for assistance. To enter, the cost is $20 per person for ages 13 and older, $15 for seniors and children ages 4-12, and free for kids up to age 3. A military discount is available, and the hours of operation are posted on the company’s Facebook page. For information about how to “Get Lost” in the Hochatown Maze, visit their Facebook page, call 580-494-6293 or visit 1226 North U.S Highway 259, Hochatown, Oklahoma.

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Choctaw Nation Announces New Entertainment & Resort Development in Hochatown, Okla Press Release from Choctaw Nation.com Hochatown, Okla., (January 14, 2022) – The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma announced today that it will be opening an entertainment and resort development in Hochatown, Okla. The development is a brand-new concept with a design and experience that will reflect the rich culture of the Choctaw people. The four-story, 202,000 squarefoot development will include 100 hotel rooms, 600 slot machines, eight table games, several restaurants and bars, a pool, an outdoor venue with an amphitheater, beer garden and a familyfriendly game zone. In addition to the resort, a 12,000 square-foot mercantile will adjoin the property offering a small market, convenient food options and a fuel station with 24 pumps. Guests will experience the Choctaw culture through the design of the facility, authentic art and will be able to shop authentic Choctaw art in the

Mercantile. This development will be an economic driver not only for southeastern Oklahoma but the entire state. The project will create more than 2,000 new construction jobs and an economic impact of more than $211 million during the building period,” said Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Chief Gary Batton. We are proud to be a part of this project and look forward to providing more opportunities and financial success for our tribal members, our state, and all Oklahomans.” “We are thrilled to add a new entertainment venue to the region that is unlike any other in the state. From parents to children, this will offer something for everyone in the family,” states Janie Dillard, Senior Executive Officer, for the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. This modern entertainment venue will encompass the rich heritage of the Choctaw people and offer elevated dining, outdoor and indoor activities, plus gaming and a beautiful new hotel. I am excited for our neigh-

bors and friends to see all that this has to offer when it opens in 2023.” Building upon a history of successful collaboration, Manhattan Construction Company and JCJ Architecture are the lead partners for this project. Manhattan Construction Company and JCJ Architecture have worked with Choctaw Nation on several other projects including the Choctaw Cultural Center and Choctaw Wellness Center. JCJ Architecture has worked most recently on the Choctaw Casino & Resort - Durant expansion and on-going property improvements. The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma anticipates breaking ground in the spring of 2022 with an expected completion date of fall of 2023. The new development will be at the corner of N. U.S. Highway 259 and OK-259A and will bring more than 400 ongoing hospitality jobs to the Hochatown area. New venue will include 100 hotel rooms, casino, restaurants, a pool and a mercantile.

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