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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.
‘Hog Wild for Scholarships’ auction, dinner planned
The Rogers State University Foundation Scholarship Auction and Dinner is getting ready to go “Hog Wild for Scholarships” to help fund RSU student scholarship.
Will Rogers Memorial Foundation plans advance
The Will Rogers Memorial Foundation is moving forward with fundraising plans to strengthen the Memorial Museum’s mission to “collect, preserve and share the life, wisdom and humor of Will Rogers for all generations.”
Relay for Life gears up for event
Rogers County Relay for Life is gearing up and making a final push for this year’s event at 6 p.m. April 12 at Rogers State University.
Committee preparing CHS Grad Bash
Graduation is just around the corner and the organizing committee is working to provide a post-graduation party that is both safe and exciting for the Senior Class.
Claremore Kennel Club hosts annual dog show
More than 150 dog handlers from across the country competed in the AKC Sanctioned Dog Iron Classic Dog Show Saturday and Sunday at the Claremore Expo Center.
CHS students earn 1st in OBA video contest
Claremore High School students from teacher Jan McClaren’s enriched Humanities class were recently announced winners of the YouTube video contest for Oklahoma Law Day’s annual art and writing contests.
RoCo Fit get funds from BCBSOK
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma has contributed $1,260 to Rogers County Fitness Training Program.
Papa John’s Pizza teams up to support RCYS
Order pizza April 8 and Papa John’s will donate 20 percent of all sales to Rogers County Youth Services (RCYS). Raised funds will be used to purchase a new van for the non-profit organization’s emergency youth shelter.
Rodeo’s greats named to Claremore HOF
Members of the Will Rogers Roundup Club know an important piece of rodeos future is to embrace its past.
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