Leading Ladies Announced

The 2017 Results are IN!

By: Jessica Jackson | Category: Rogers County | Issue: October 2017

The 2016 Leading Ladies Award winners.

The 2016 Leading Ladies Award winners.

The result are in – seven local women are considered Leading Ladies. Seven Claremore women will be recognized as a winner for the 3rd annual Leading Ladies Awards and presented with a special plaque and custom Rustic Cuff at the Leading Ladies Expo on Oct. 12.
The Leading Ladies Expo is hosted at the Claremore Conference Center at 1400 Country Club Drive each year. It features shopping, massages, hors d’oeuvres from local restaurants, wine samples, a health seminar by presenting sponsor Hillcrest Hospital, a selfie station, hand massages and a lot of great door prizes in addition to the awards.
“We were blown away with the number of women nominated for the seven categories this year,” said Jessica Jackson, director of Claremore Main Street, one of the event’s hosts. “We are excited to get the opportunity to announce the winners in advance this year. These awards, which honor the deserving Rogers County women, are my favorite part about this event.”
Major sponsors of this year’s event are A&B Bail Bonds, Autumn Wood, BancFirst, Carol’s Place Hair & Nail Salon, Northeast Tech, The Pink House, RCB Bank, Tulsa Federal Credit Union and Wallace for Life.
The event is hosted by the Claremore Area Chamber of Commerce and Claremore Main Street, nonprofit organizations designed to better improve the quality of life in Rogers County and enhance business success in the area.
For additional information about next year’s show or to register as a vendor, please call the Claremore Chamber of Commerce or Main Street.

The winners are:

Rising Star

Caitlyn Campbell, RSU Student and Volunteers for Youth volunteer

Behind the Scenes

Kim Prock, Thrift Harbor District Manager

Business Leadership

Sarah Fiegener, Rye Design Owner and Musician’s Haven Director

Community Supporter

Cindy Bissett, Claremore Main Street retired Director and volunteer, Chamber of Commerce volunteer

Leader in Health

Dava Baldridge, Chief Nursing Officer at Hillcrest Claremore

Nonprofit Leadership

Lisa Saylor, Mercy Chefs Director

Leading Lady of the Year

Jill Ferenc, City Planner
Winners were selected by an out-of-county panel.

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