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The Democrats’ meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the Yukon Police Department, 100 S. Ranchwood Boulevard.
Broiles will present information about how to protect individuals and families against fraud, including tips on con artists’ latest tricks and what citizens can do if they are victimized.
She also serves as the president of the Oklahoma City Northeast Chapter of AARP.
Broiles is a native Oklahoman, born the eldest of six children in Oklahoma City to the late L. J. & Bobbie Williams.
She is married to James L. Broiles Jr. Their blended family includes one daughter, Michelle Anderson, now deceased, a son and daughter in-law J. Damon Broiles and Dr. JoSette Briggs-Broiles.
The apple of her eye, Broiles admits, is their three beautiful grandchildren.
She is a graduate of Douglass High School, class of 1966, and serves as class treasurer and chaplain team member. She is past vice president of the organization.
Broiles attended the University of Central Oklahoma and Oklahoma City University.
She retired from Southwestern Bell Telephone/ATT after 29 years and pursued a second career with the Oklahoma State Department of Corrections, retiring in 2009.
Broiles attends Christian Faith Missionary Baptist Church, where she serves as the co-superintendent of Sunday School, teaches, sings in the choir and works with her husband on the Sunshine Committee for visitations to the hospital.
She is an active member of the East Zion Consolidated District WMU serving with the second vice-presidents committee.
The Canadian County Democrats regularly meet at 7 p.m. on the second Monday of each month at the Yukon Police Department, 100 S. Ranchwood Boulevard. For more information about Canadian County Democrats' activities, phone 405-354-3189.
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