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Home of Hope and Rogers County Training Center Hosts 36th Annual Golf Classic

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Rogers County | Issue: April 2021

On May 7, 2021, RCTC will host their 36th annual Golf Classic and 19th Hole Silent Auction. The tournament will take place at the Heritage Hills Golf Course, with proceeds directly supporting people with developmental and other disabilities at RCTC, and job sites in the surrounding area. The Classic is a 4-man scramble with designated tee times and flights. A Hole-in-One prize of a new car will be sponsored by Kissee Ford. Home-cooked hamburgers and hotdogs, as well as lots of exciting golf games, will make for a fun day on a beautiful course.

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Home of Hope's 35th Annual Golf Classic, '19th Hole' Silent Auction Scheduled

By: Tom Fink | Category: Rogers County | Issue: September 2020

Even in a year as unusual and unprecedented as 2020, like any good golfer, Home of Hope has found a means by which to play past its many hazards and bring back the annual Rogers County Training Center Golf Classic & 19th Hole Silent Auction. The 35th Annual Rogers County Training Center Golf Classic & 19th Hole Silent Auction is scheduled for Friday, September 19, at Heritage Hills Golf Course in Claremore. The tournament itself is a four-man scramble format with designated tee times and flights. Although there is no limit to the number of golfers or teams allowed, tee times can fill up early, so early sign-up is strongly encouraged.

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Home of Hope: Rogers County Training Center

By: Tom Fink | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: April 2019

The Home of Hope is hosting their 34th annual Rogers County Training Center Golf Classic & ‘19th Hole Silent Auction' at Heritage Hills Golf Course in Claremore on May 3. Proceeds from this charity event benefit the Home of Hope, according to Home of Hope CEO Ralph Richardson. Founded in 1963, the Rogers County Training Center in Claremore offers those vocational opportunities for adults of all ages with intellectual or developmental disabilities, while also providing area businesses with labor, either on an intermittent or permanent basis. Find out more about these programs and how you can be a part of this event in the April 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine and at

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Centsible Giving

By: Seana Warren | Category: Retail | Issue: March 2017

The downtown Claremore retail landscape has a new resident with old ties to the community.

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A Week to Remember

By: Jessica Wilbourn | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: October 2016

Home of Hope, Inc. recognized their staff through National Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week from September 11th through September 17th to honor the men and women who provide services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in our communities.

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Home of Hope Admirals Banquet

By: Erica Ludwig | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: June 2016

Home of Hope, Inc. is proud to present the 12th Annual Admiral’s Club Recognition Banquet and Charity Auction. The event is scheduled for June 4, 2016, at the beautiful Cherokee Yacht Club on Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees and will kick off at 6 p.m.

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Dignity, Respect, Relationship, Independence

By: Sheryl Sowell | Category: Education | Issue: September 2015

Millions of men and women in the United States live with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Every day, individuals struggle with impairment in functions most of us take for granted, and they often find themselves separated from involvement in a world that doesn’t know how to respond to their needs – a world that either doesn’t notice or chooses to ignore their presence. The history of society’s treatment of men and women with disabilities has been filled with personal tragedy, ranging from the damaging assumption that they are capable of so little, so they should be allowed to do little, to the unspoken fearfulness that has led to efforts to isolate or harm those who could not defend themselves. Many still endure physical and verbal abuse, extreme neglect, and ridicule. Even more are left without opportunities to truly live, thrive, and find purpose in their lives because it is assumed that they are incapable of productive work, meaningful relationships, and a fulfilling life.

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