Dr. Deborah Gist addresses Tulsa region as she assumes her leadership role with TPS!
The Cherry Street Farmers’ Market and Cox Business Center stopped by yesterday and delivered $4,400 worth of market tokens! These tokens will be given to families in need so they can have the experience of choosing and buying real food, directly from the people who grew it at the farmers’ market.
You can help provide even more meals to hungry families by visiting the Brookside Farmers Market today until 11 a.m. and purchasing a market tote for $10. Thanks to Cox Business Center, Tulsa Farmers’ Market and GreenHouse Clothing, LLC for making this great event happen!
IBA Citizen Athlete awards was incredible! Barry Hinson unbelievably funny – honorees outstanding- Melissa Arnot & Chris Harris Jr. – thanks to Phil Armstong (National Anthem) & Seth Davis Emcee. Rotary Committee outdid themselves this year!
Waltz on the Wildside was one great event! Don’t miss it next year!!! Thanks to all volunteers & restaurants who made it possible!
Our Guthrie Green made the list!
Let’s get water in the river & make sure we add sufficient funds to help fix the levees.
Center of the Universe Festival in Downtown Tulsa OK July 24th & 25th.
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The Center of the Universe Festival team is extremely passionate about giving back to our community by supporting Oklahoma artists through the Red Dirt Relief Fund and music education through direct grants to Tulsa Public Schools.
Good times at Riverwalk – Pinots Palette – fundraiser for “Tree for All!”
Larry Mocha was such a sweet soul. He was always looking out for others and asked for nothing in return. Larry made a difference.
Friends, don’t miss Oklahoma Chautauqua! This year it focuses on the Dust Bowl from the mid-1930s through 1940.
Chautauqua begins tomorrow night, 6/2 at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center at TCC (Southeast Campus) at 7:00 p.m. with John Steinbeck. It runs through Saturday 6/6. Please see the attached images for the schedule and information. All performances and workshops are FREE and open to the public. — at VanTrease Performing Arts Center.
Congrats to Sand Springs Superintendent Lloyd Snow-amazing advocate for education! Snow has worked tirelessly to make the Sand Springs school District one of the best.
So much RAIN having to canoe to work.
Really this is a photo taken of me last month when I was a counselor at the 2015 Camp Enterprise OK. Watch the highlight video here: https://vimeo.com/126631700
View photos here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.676464379147945.1073741832.393054807488905&type=3
Remember to encourage all your high school juniors to apply for CE2016. Application details and deadlines will be published next year at campenterprise.com
Awesome fun HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND!
2015 Route 66 Patriot Car Show – Saturday – May 23.
At the Route 66 Historical Village, 3700 Southwest Blvd. and Daniel Webster High School, 1919 W. 40th Street. Proceeds will benefit Folds of Honor and affiliated Southwest Tulsa Community organizations.
Good times at the Mayfest party for Rotary! This was a Great year for Blue Dome and Mayfest! Congrats to all who made it happen!!!
Don’t miss The Tulsa Ballet XX at Lorton Performing Arts at TU. Ma Cong is a genius. Blue Flame standing ovation! Marcello has given this city so much! Thank you for 20 years!
Bixby Rotary’s BBQ & Blue was another huge success! So much fun!
Chickasaw Nation hosts Annual Meeting of the State Historical Society in Sulphur. Many thanks to Gov. Anoatubby!
Sand Springs “Herbal Affair” was so much fun!!!
Rotary’s Camp Enterprise 2015 welcomed another great business person and speaker tonight. Sheri Miksa, CEO of Oklahoma based Mazzio’s, captivated the Camp Enterprise audience at her town hall style meeting where she told the story of how her career path led her to Mazzio’s.
Toured storm damage with a Senator Lankford. Volunteers have made a difference for so many!