Centennial Lighthouse


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The Elk City Centennial Lighthouse stands 42 feet tall. The structure is made of stucco over steel, and was designed by local architect Tommy Shaw. A beacon lights up a dusk. Fundraising for the lighthouse began in 2005 as a joint project of the City of Elk City and Elk City Chamber of Commerce. More than $90,000 was raised for the project. The lighthouse was dedicated on November 15, 2007, in honor of Oklahoma's Centennial.


Directions:

West side of Ackley park behind the Old Town Museum complex at 3rd and Pioneer, Elk City, OK.


35.41554768949493, -99.43693399429321
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Pictures of the Centennial Lighthouse dedication ceremony, Friday, November 16, 2007:
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