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GARDEN PARTY: Will Rogers Park project blooms
The Will Rogers Park project is gaining ground as committee leader Crystal Campbell recently received the first donations for the renovation project.
CHS to present ‘Annie Get Your Gun’
Tickets are now on sale for Claremore High School’s presentation of the American musical “Annie Get Your Gun.”
RSU musical groups host spring concert
Rogers State University musical groups will be holding its spring concert at 7:30 p.m., Monday, in the Will Rogers Auditorium on the Claremore campus.
Local artist shares inspiration for writing, illustrating children’s book
Local artist, illustrator and landscaper Mitchell Cookson displayed a story board of his latest project, a children’s book that he wrote and illustrated entitled “Understanding Where I Came From: A Cherokee Story.”
RSU Cheerleaders place at national competition
The Rogers State University Cheerleading team won fifth place at the National Cheerleader Association’s College National Competition on April 12 in Daytona Beach, Fla., the second consecutive year the program has earned a top 10 finish at the event.
RSU senior selected for summer research program
Chelsea McDonald, a Rogers State University senior from Claremore, has been selected for the Oklahoma IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) Undergraduate Summer Research Program. She is the first RSU student to be selected for this program.
Farmers, Ranchers Association hosts benefit for injured Inola graduate
The Inola Area Farmers and Ranchers Association will host a benefit auction/dinner for 2012 Inola graduate Jake Riddle and his family from 4-8 p.m. Saturday at Inola Elementary School.
Bart named Claremore Teacher of the Year
Will Rogers Junior High teacher Rhonda Bart was recently chosen as Claremore Public Schools Teacher of the Year. Bart, along with fellow WRJH teacher Tracey Niblack were named district finalists last December after completing topic essays about the philosophy of teaching and ways to help improve teaching as a profession.
Bradford named Oklahoma CASA Association Advocate of the Year
Ben Bradford, Tri-County CASA volunteer, has been named Advocate of the Year for 2013 by the Oklahoma CASA Association.
Claremore resident honored with Award of Excellence
Ashley Caudle was honored with two awards at the annual Governor’s Conference on Developmental Disabilities held March 5-6 in Norman. Caudle works for Central State Community Services Oklahoma, Inc. in Claremore.
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