Value News Articles–May 2022

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Alvin Sanders, his wife Sheila, and their daughters.

Don’t Trust Your Cleaning Needs to Just Anyone, Make Sure You Receive The Right Touch!

A business owner typically deals with many details - day-to-day decisions, hiring the right people, and ensuring that services and customer interaction are of premium quality. One of the most important points in any business is a good first impression, and the state of one’s interior is always a factor. Read more »

Everyone's Invited to this FRIENDSHIP EVENT!

In America, there are few things more traditional than the family picnic. This May, the members of the Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club are bringing back one of their own community friendship traditions with the annual “Old Fashioned Picnic” in northeast Oklahoma – and the public is invited. Read more »

Spring Cleaning!

Winter has finally faded away and spring colors are in bloom. While it might look restorative outside your home, your chimney and dryer vents may still be dealing with a gloomy, cold weather hangover. A good spring cleaning is an opportunity to refresh your home and enable you to enjoy all the benefits of Oklahoma’s seasonal change. Read more »

Cherokee National Treasure to be Featured at Rt. 66 Native Arts Alliance Gala

Rt. 66 Native Arts Alliance is a collective of Native American volunteers and creatives who, among other things, showcase the work of various artists at the Vault Gallery in Catoosa, right off historic Route 66. As the group is made up of volunteers and is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization, funding is made possible through a variety of sources, chief among them being donations and fundraisers. This summer, the group will be hosting the biggest of these fundraisers, namely, the annual Rt. 66 Native Arts Alliance Gala. Read more »

Mark Your Calendars for a FUN TIME in Broken Arrow!

Oklahoma hosts many festivals that are praise-worthy; and one of the biggest festivals is Rooster Days in Broken Arrow. The annual Rooster Days Festival dates have recently changed – the previously announced dates took place in May, but the new dates are now June 9 through June 12. Other changes, all progressive, are also occurring and add to the overall enjoyment of the festivities. Read more »

Lawn & Garden

OSDH Shares Biosecurity Tips on Safely Raising Backyard Poultry

After First Case of Avian Influenza was Detected in a Wild Duck in Oklahoma Read more »

Rogers County

Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club Officers (L-R) are Secretary Linda Coleman, Vice President Monta Ewing, President Celeste Tillery

Everyone's Invited to this FRIENDSHIP EVENT!

Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club’s “Old-Fashioned Picnic” back to the Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch Read more »

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