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Progress readers help children go to camp
A close-knit family of five is doing what they can to stay afloat in these tough economic times.Joe, the dad, is on disability. Lisa, the mom, recently found out she has diabetes.
Nearly $6,000 still needed for camp fund
Share the Spirit Foundation’s “Send a Kid to Camp” program is raising funds to make it possible for 45 Rogers County children to attend the Salvation Army’s Camp Heart O’Hills in Tahlequah June 17-22.
RSU hosts Summer Blood Drive June 11
Rogers State University will host a blood drive from noon to 4 p.m. on June 11 in the Centennial Center.
Claremore residents receive OBU awards
Claremore natives Davey Billings and Timothy Livingston, juniors at Oklahoma Baptist University, received scholarships from the school’s Herschel H. Hobbs College of Theology and Ministry.
Holden selected for Oklahoma Science Adventure
Abagial Holden of Claremore is one of 14 students selected from applicants statewide to attend Oklahoma Science Adventure 2013, a weeklong summer field science experience hosted by the Sam Noble Museum. Holden, a seventh-grade student, currently is attending Justus-Tiawah Middle School.
UPDATE: Heather's Dance School recital Friday
Students from Heather’s Dance School will perform in the school’s 40th annual summer recital at 2 p.m and 7 p.m. Saturday at the Robson Performing Arts Center. The recital entitled “On the Menu” is free to the public. No tickets are required.
Group takes donations then helps clean up tornado debris in Shawnee
A group of Rogers County residents organized a relief effort May 24 for tornado victims at the Atwoods parking lot.
Texas Red Dirt star Morrow coming to Will Rogers Downs Casino
Known for his unique Red Dirt style and leading role in the modern Texas music scene, musician Cory Morrow will be entertaining crowds in Rogers County, when he brings his rustic, country rock to Claremore at a free concert Friday night.
College Women’s Leadership Award honors RSU’s Martin
Rogers State University senior Lindsey Martin has been selected as one of 21 recipients of the College Women’s Leadership Award — a national award for social activism and political engagement.
Power in working together:
Executive Director of Zoe Institute Rhonda Clemons-Hill spoke to Claremore Chamber of Commerce members Thursday about Northeastern Oklahoma Regional Alliance, a non-profit membership organization dedicated to leveraging resources between Northeast Oklahoma communities, implementing regional plans for growth and prosperity.
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