By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Retail | Issue: November 2018
Personalized gifts are as timeless as they are unique, and with the holiday season upon us, now is the time to start making arrangements for incredible gifts with an extra special touch. Yvonne’s Monograms and Embroidery in Broken Arrow offers a large array of gift ideas in-shop to personalize, or you can bring in items to have them embroidered with names, monograms, or almost anything you would like!
By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Restaurants | Issue: November 2018
The Pink House is famous for their scrumptious edibles, made fresh daily. Their incredible quiche, sandwiches, salads, and decadent desserts are undeniably addicting. Online ordering is accessible on the website for take-out, but call-in orders are also welcome. Catering is also available within the Belvidere Mansion, or anywhere in the surrounding area for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The catering menu offers a wide selection; however, custom orders can be arranged. A multigenerational family business, The Pink House is eager to provide the tools necessary for the most successful celebrations achievable, including weddings, parties, meetings, reunions, showers, or any other event. The possibilities are endless with multiple areas in the Belvidere and on the grounds for hosting.
By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Retail | Issue: October 2018
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas for Junior League of Tulsa as they begin preparing for their annual Holiday Market! Save the date for this 3-day, one-stop holiday shopping extravaganza on December 7-9, 2018.
By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: September 2018
They say good things come to those who wait, and never has this been more accurate than of The Gathering Place coming to Tulsa! The wait is over with the much-anticipated Grand Opening on September 8, 2018.
By: Macy Goodnight | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: September 2018
One of the greatest treasures in Oklahoma is celebrating 100 years of healing and hope for more than 13,000 Oklahoma boys. The Tulsa Boys’ Home opened its doors on August 28, 1918 to fill the need for housing of young homeless boys living on the streets of downtown Tulsa. The foundation that housed the boys in the beginning was a two-story white house where the Bernsen Community Life Center is now located at 710 S. Boston. Three of the five boys that first lived at the home were found living in cardboard boxes in downtown Tulsa, a city that was growing faster than its social services could handle during the oil boom of the early 1900’s.
By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Retail | Issue: September 2018
Crusader Tactical, located on the Northeast corner of 101st in Elm, in Broken Arrow, offers a large selection of firearms, accessories, service, and classes. Crusader Tactical’s mission is to redefine the typical gun store experience for everyone, and for their customers to leave knowing they came to the right place. They have proven successful in their mission with 5-star reviews on the web, and a long list of testimonials, since opening in July 2017.
By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: May 2018
A loan from his father allowed the purchase of a used truck and gutter machine to launch his company out of his Tulsa home garage in 1982. That same year, he was approached by Gutter Helmet, seeking distribution of their revolutionary rain gutter product.
By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: May 2018
One of the most powerful Memorial Day exhibitions in the country begins on the Friday before what is known as The Avenue of Flags at Floral Haven. Over 3,000 funeral coffin flags donated by veterans’ families are displayed. Each year, new inductees are honored at a ceremony where the deceased veteran’s family raises their sacred flag. It is an emotional and powerful tribute. The Avenue of Flags will open on Friday, May 25 and the new induction ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 26 at 10 a.m. The flags will remain on display the entire weekend through Memorial Day.
By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Special Interest | Issue: May 2018
The Demand Project began in a peaceful, Colorado home in 2004. after seeing a horrific story on the evening news, The Weis’s moved to Oklahoma and attended Victory Bible College to obtain the spiritual training they would need to pursue their goals. In 2013, The Demand Project was born. Jason says, “It was our calling to fight to protect children, to put bad guys away, and to restore victims of sex trafficking.”
By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Automotive | Issue: May 2018
The Parts and Service Department at Suburban Chevrolet in Claremore has been offering the highest quality vehicle maintenance for 34 years. Ben Perry recently took over management of the department as Director, and he is excited to join a team that collectively has over 222 years of experience in servicing Chevy vehicles. Ben and his advisor, Jeff Cantrell, lead a team of experts offering the best service with hometown hospitality. “We bring our collective experience to the table for you to get your vehicle serviced properly by people who know what they’re doing,” Ben said.
By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Lawn & Garden | Issue: May 2018
Spring is in full bloom in Green Country, and the new season brings with it feelings of renewal and hope. Safenet Services, Inc. has been providing hope and opportunity to victims of domestic violence year-round since 1991. Safenet is most recognized for providing women and children in need with a shelter, crisis hotline, counseling, education, and advocacy programs. The completion of their new facility, The Donald W. Reynolds Safety Center provides additional services, including supervised visitation rooms and a secure outdoor play area for children.