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Claremore High School graduate and S.P.A.R.K. President Anthony Wolfe recently presented the American Red Cross with a $1,000 check Tuesday from the student organization’s recent “You’ve Been Flocked” fundraiser, which involved the placement and replacement of numerous pink lawn flamingos.
Catalayah student writes tribute to teachers
Catalayah Music Teacher Steven Janke recently challenged his students to write meaningful poems as a classroom activity for the end of the school year.
City hosts summer camps
The City of Claremore is hosting a variety of summer camps during June and July.
Sen. Burrage, Rep. Quinn give updates
Elected officials updated city leaders on issues currently facing state and local governments Friday at the Will Rogers Museum Memorial.
CYFA staff raises more than $2,000 for local cheerleader
With the help of the Claremore High School Cheer and Dance team, the Claremore Youth Football Association Cheer staff recently hosted a community cheer clinic to benefit Roosa Elementary student Trinity Woodward. CYFA and benefit sponsors raised more than $2,000 for Woodward and her family.
VHS celebrates NHS graduates, members
Verdigris High School held its annual National Honor Society Induction Wednesday evening at the VHS gymnasium as members’ offices were transferred through candle ceremony.
Rotary Club donates to Claremore School Foundation
The Claremore Public Schools Foundation received a $4,182 check from the Rotary Club of Claremore.
Rotary Club delivers books to Claremore schools
Rotary Club of Claremore President Barry Cramer, along with club member and Executive Director of Claremore Public Schools Foundation Marla Lillie delivered dozens of children’s books Wednesday afternoon to Catalayah, Claremont and Will Rogers Junior High.
NJROTC hosts annual spring blood drive
The Claremore High School Navy Junior ROTC and Oklahoma Blood Institute will have a Blood Drive from 9 a.m.-6 p.m today at the CHS Frank Mobra Field House lobby. Donors will be able to designate their donations to one of three Claremore individuals, including a nine-year-old tumor victim.
WRJH Winter Guard earns 3rd at state
The Will Rogers Junior High Winter Guard earned third place in the Winter Guard and Percussion of Oklahoma Circuit Champions in Sapulpa.
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