Value News Articles - Danielle Stoltz

Fashion Twists For All Ages

By: Danielle Stoltz | Category: Retail | Issue: May 2019

When best friends Kelly Corey and Marti Coleman were exploring flea markets and estate sales, they used to joke about opening their own store. Six years later, Twisted Soul Sisters is a thriving Bixby boutique showcasing all-new trendy clothing, accessories and gift items in a funky décor atmosphere. Stop by for a truly a unique shopping experience and meet the "soul sisters" that brought their twisted boutique vision to life. Read about the name brand merchandise they offer and what styles are currently trending in the May 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine and at

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Bold, Innovative and Exciting

By: Danielle Stoltz | Category: Automotive | Issue: May 2019

Route 66 Nissan of Tulsa stands tall among its competition, with exceptional customer service and pricing. They are fully committed to taking care of the customer, no matter what, whether you're looking to purchase a vehicle or utilizing their top-notch maintenance and repair services. Visit Route 66 at I-44 and Memorial for a no-pressure automotive team you can trust. You can read more about their principles and how all of their departments work behind-the-scenes to create the best possible car dealership experience in the May 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine and at

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24th Annual Garden Party and Tour

By: Danielle Stoltz | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: May 2019

Safenet Services is an organization that assists women and children who have been victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault. They will be hosting their annual Garden Party and Flower Show Friday, May 31, at 7 p.m. at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum, followed by the Garden Tour on Saturday, June 1, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. along with the Master Gardeners Teaching Garden at Will Rogers Park. Learn more about Safenet Services and find more details about this charity event in the May 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine and at

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Experience Victory

By: Danielle Stoltz | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: April 2019

Don't miss Victory Church's Live Easter Production, "Proof," April 17-21. There will be eight shows featuring over 180 actors and 50 crew members. The Easter Production has been a tradition at Victory for over 20 years, and Creative Media Director John Daugherty believes this year’s production is the church’s best yet. They will also be hosting a free Family Easter Egg Hunt following the 11 a.m. performance Saturday, April 20 featuring 100,000 eggs with hunts for all ages groups and special needs children. Find showtimes and other details in the April 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine and at

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Rose District Revitalization

By: Danielle Stoltz | Category: Financial Services | Issue: April 2019

AVB Bank introduces the Rose District Lending Program for homes and commercial properties in downtown Broken Arrow. The Rose District is a premier destination for arts and entertainment, retail, nightlife and community events. This area is home to AVB Bank, so president and chief executive officer Ted Cundiff is heavily invested in the development of downtown Broken Arrow. They are offering very competitive rates through purchase or refinance loans, home improvement loans and small business development loans. Learn more about AVB Bank and this exclusive lending opportunity in the April 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine and

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Get Ready to Remodel!

By: Danielle Stoltz | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: March 2019

Is your house in need of a remodel? Tony Sementi, owner of Tile by Tony, is known throughout the region for specializing in kitchen and bathrooms, but they do it all. Since 1982, transparency, communication and quality remain synonymous with the people and the product of Tile by Tony. Find out how you can upgrade your existing house into your dream house in the March 2019 issue of VALUES News Magazine at

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Health Care for the Uninsured

By: Danielle Stoltz | Category: Health & Fitness | Issue: March 2019

Arubah Community Clinic sits in the heart of downtown Collinsville and is a labor of love from community leaders to anyone without insurance in need of medical assistance. This free clinic is funded entirely by private donations and operated by volunteer medical doctors, nurses, phlebotomists, X-ray technicians and receptionists. Gary Nunley, Arubah Community Clinic executive director and his team work hard to ensure each patient that comes for treatment feels right at home. Learn more in the March 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine at

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