BNSF has 600 employes and up to 40 to 50 trains a day coming thru. This is the 3rd largest terminal in country.
Mouzon Biggs inspires Rotarians! Welcome Phil Armstong Tulsa Rotary club’s newest member!
IBA awards so touching. Larry Fitzgerald & Betsy King – thank you for sharing your story & time.
East Village District Tulsa has cool vintage cars, live music, vendors..food trucks…just had some Boones BBQ .. Amazing..stop by East Village
Come to Expo for the Pinto World Championship – 5:00 Sat. Pavilion See movie horse Hildago do his tricks… Veterans children can ride 3-5 at Pavilion! Check out the shopping.. Bling & unique fashions!
Tulsa Tough was downright exciting! I can’t wait until next year!
Enter a car if you have one you’d like to show at http://www.eastvillagetulsa.org/
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Ponca City Savings and Loan Building, 7th and Boston, with white paint recently removed from original Virginia Greenstone.
This Friday, Saturday and Sunday, is the annual Tulsa Pride Block Party on the corner of East 4th Street and South Kenosha Avenue! This free event features live music, food, various vendors in a marketplace setting, a children’s zone and MUCH more! Block Party begins at Noon and ends at 10 pm.
Go Bob go! Benefit to cure diabetes!
Oktoberfest has a new name & sponsor! Thanks to Linde Group – Steve & Leslie – employees – volunteers……thank you one & all!
Please see attached for road closures for Relay For Life event hosted by Guthrie Green! Event will begin at 6 pm tomorrow, May 30 and go through 6 am Saturday, May 31. Crowds up to 1,500 are anticipated to attend this fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society
Travis Meyer talks tornado safety at Rotary. Sweet soul.
Celebrating the life of John Williams while raising funds for arts & humanities. Wonderful evening!
LOK Classmates support Judge Barcus along with lots of friends!
This statue is located at the corner of 9th and A Streets in Jenks. It honors Sam P. Daniel, recipient of the 2014 NatureWorks Wildlife Stewardship Award.
Sculpted by Paul Rhymer, “Coyote Pups Singing Lesson” is the 24th NatureWorks Heroic Bronze Wildlife Monument. It was dedicated last week near the Arkansas River bridge in Jenks. Tiny Tomsen of NatureWorks thanked the Jenks community for its support of the group’s wildlife conservation efforts, particularly City Manager Mike Tinker, Mayor Lonnie Sims and former mayor Vic Vreeland.
Thanks ODEQ and Keep Oklahoma Beautiful for recognizing our work in Oakhurst.. Guts Church and Pastor Bill amazing partners!
Rep. Katie Henke is a hero for Oklahoma kids and teachers. Rep. Henke did her job.. Time to rest… Thank you!
Check out their website. Be a super hero!!
Rotary club visits Celia Clinton Elementary, our adopt a school.