As the school year kicks off, you may be ready to shop for a new wardrobe but still not know exactly what to buy. New clothing is an expected expense; however, there’s no sense in wasting money on clothes that will quickly fall out of trend. Don’t you wish you could peek into the future before you make this investment?
Rogers County Youth Services is excited to announce their annual fundraiser for 2016. Grab your poodle skirt and hair grease because this year’s fundraiser is all about the fabulous fifties, as it has been given the appropriate name of “2016 Sock Hoppin & Doo-Woppin’”.
Harps Foods of Inola, Chelsea, and Locust Grove have partnered with Safenet Services in their fourth annual Round Up campaign.
“We are so happy to partner with Harps in this effort,” says Rose Ann McCaw-Ransom, Safenet board member and Round Up chair. “We appreciate their support and enthusiasm. They are an employee-owned business and the employees really take pride in helping raise money for Safenet.”
The first week of August is known as National Simplify Your Life Week. We cannot think of a greater time to refocus your energy on what’s important in life and reduce the pressures causing a strain on your health and happiness.
Dr. Tony Hicks is not your typical chiropractor. His passion is to teach patients how to get healthy and stay healthy.
The Bixby chiropractor firmly believes our current health care system does not work for chronic disease.
For Shelley Hayes, it was not hard to figure out that her daughter had challenges with vision. From a young age, she showed the telltale signs of poor eyesight—squinting while focusing, holding things closely while reading, having trouble concentrating and completing tasks, etc. Shelley had her daughter’s eyes examined and was not surprised to find that her child needed glasses.
There never seems to be enough hours in the day. Between the pile of work on the desk and everything waiting at home, the to-do list never seems to get any smaller. But what if you used just one hour to save a life instead of running errands or grabbing an afternoon pick me up? BioLife Plasma Services makes donating plasma and saving lives a safe, clean process in a family-oriented environment.
When Kelly Corey and friend Marti Coleman founded Twisted Soul Sisters Boutique six years ago, their vision was to offer women a place to shop for unique, fun clothing and accessories with the philosophy of friendship at the core.
Katie Gibson (second from right) accepts a $500 sponsorship check from TSET Healthy Living Program Project Directors Jody Reiss (far left) and Alyson Short (Left of Katie). Caitlin Turpel (far right) is the Partnerships to Improve Community Health (PICH) Project Director. Reiss, Short and Turpel are members of the Prevention Team at Volunteers for Youth.
Cabinets are the most visible and most used element of your kitchen. While their purpose is functional, they remain a focal point of the home. The kids are getting ready for back-to-school with new supplies and clothes, why not treat your kitchen too? Whether your cabinets are in extremely rough shape, have only a few smudges or are covered in thick grease from years of cooking, Gleam Guard Dust Free Wood Refinishing is the quick, clean, odor-free, reasonably-priced and highly effective solution.
When the nights turn cooler and the air a little crisper, Oklahomans anxiously await autumn decadences such as oversized sweaters, pumpkin spice everything, and holding hands on the midway at the local fair. The Rogers County Fair, established in 1914, is the perfect place to add to your fall bucket list. With its emphasis on traditional arts and agriculture, the event to be held September 15-18 at the Claremore Expo Center is everything a country fair should be.
We hear the words “back to school” blowing in the wind everywhere this time of year, but hair and skin get blown by the wind all year long—especially in Oklahoma. That’s why the subject of education is not relegated to August at Carol’s Place Hair and Nail Salon in Claremore. Year round education about hair, skin, and nail care is extremely important to salon owner, Carol Graham, and her staff. They are constantly learning about new products and techniques and passing the benefits on to their clients.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tulsa, Inc. is celebrating 25 years of serving families in need at the Ronald McDonald House of Tulsa. They will be hosting their annual McDazzle Fun Ball on Thursday, August 25th at the Cox Business Center in Tulsa. Executive Director Jean Ann Hankins says she and her staff expect about 500 people in attendance.
The annual fundraiser banquet of the Tall Grass Heritage chapter of Quail Forever is an event for bird and animal lovers of all ages. The local division of the national group, Quail Forever, is hosting its third annual fundraising banquet on August 27 at the Creek County Fairgrounds in Kellyville.
Full Moon Café is a perennial Tulsa favorite that’s getting a long awaited makeover, thanks to a team of gifted restaurant veterans under the charge of Barrett Byrd. In a world overpopulated by mind-bogglingly complex artisan foods and mashups, Full Moon Café has always been an oasis of rib-sticking crowd-pleasers in a chill, less than pretentious atmosphere.
In September of 1996, Angel Askins rescued a Bernese Mountain Dog and named her Maggie. As delighted as she was to have this sweet animal as a part of her household, she had no idea the bond she would form with Maggie until the following November when Angel’s father passed away unexpectly.