Class if 2002! 10-year Reunion
If you would like to donate small door prizes please contact Julie Partin at 918-810-3169 . They are expecting a good turn out and would make sure the business is promoted.
The Power of Purpose: How to Transform Lives, Leaders and Organizations
Tulsa-based consultants, Nathan R Mitchell and Jim Whitt, businesses will never
reach their full potential unless they help their employees reach their full
Nathan Mitchell, founder of Clutch Consulting and Jim Whitt, founder of Purpose
Unlimited are teaming up to present The Power of Purpose: How to Transform
Lives, Leaders and Organizations on Wednesday, October 3rd from 8:30AM to
12:30PM at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Jenks, OK.
This half-day program will provide participants with a blueprint to increase
performance, productivity and job satisfaction.
To learn more, or to register for this event, simply visit http://Purpose.ClutchConsulting.net
Holiday Inn Express & Suites
150 Aquarium Drive
Jenks, OK 74037
“Wear Pink to Worship Day”
Asking all churches in Tulsa County to recognize survivors and have pink balloon launches in their parking lots after their service.
“Purple Goes Pink Party”
Euphoria Spa and Salon
110th and Memorial, Bixby
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Food, Fun, Raffles and Silent Auction
Kick off for their entire week of “Pink” massages and facials for compassion week, 40% of the proceeds will be donated to Tulsa Tulsa Pink.
“Paws & Claws”
Euphoria Spa & Salon & Kala’s K-9 Salon
are teaming up for Ely.
Pink manicure and pedicures
available all week with part of the
proceeds donated to Project Ely
“Pink Compassion Week”
Euphoria Spa & Salon
110th and Memorial, Bixby
Pink Facials and Massages
Donating part of the proceeds to Random Acts of Purpose “Kindness Through Cancer”
Make A Connection
Stokely Event Center
10111 East 45th Place
Tulsa, OK 74136
Tuesday, October 2nd
5:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Story by Zack Stoycoff found on TulsaWorld.com
BIXBY – Mayor Ray Bowen said he is uncertain whether the city would identify its potential Vision2 projects before the proposal’s Nov. 6 election.
The $748.8 million proposal would extend the countywide 0.6 percent Vision 2025 sales tax rate through 2029 and allocate $11.3 million for quality-of-life projects in Bixby.
City officials have a general idea of how to spend the money, but they want to hear from residents at a public meeting before proposing projects, Bowen said.
“I don’t know where (the meeting) will happen before” Nov. 6, he said. “It very well could be that we’d have it done. We just haven’t scheduled anything.”
The city would spend the money…
Read full article here.
Own Your Style and Empower the Leader Within
October 9, 2012
4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
This fall reception will focus on style and how to develop both external and internal beauty. We will have fun displays demonstrating how to dress to fit your personality, as well as a real life makeover reveal you won’t want to miss!
Sharon King Davis, local community leader and businesswoman, will share her
thoughts on how to develop your leadership style during all of life’s twists and turns. We’ll also hear from Sabrina Ware for a highlight of the amazing things Goodwill Industries accomplishes in the Tulsa area.
During this event on style and polishing every area of our lives, we ask that you bring one accessory item (new or gently
used) to give to a United Way partner agency as your price of admission. This can be a purse, belt, jewelry, pair of shoes, or any other accessory you are willing to donate.
The Gilcrease Museum has graciously offered to extend their normal business hours and remain open until 7:30 p.m. for anyone who would like to view the beautiful collection.
Make plans to attend this fun event and be sure to invite any friends or colleagues who might be interested in the Women’s Leadership Council!
Visit www.tauw.org/wlc for
more information or to register.
If you have any questions, please contact Diane at firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-295-6661
Local Chamber Leaders from Across the State Attend Legislative Advocacy Workshop
Seventeen local chambers attended the State Chamber hosted Legislative Advocacy Workshop this week, where local chamber executives and their board leaders learned more about the legislative process and key legislative issues. In an effort to keep local chambers involved in grassroots efforts at the Capitol, the State Chamber has developed a set of Key Legislative Principles outlining issues that will be important at the Capitol this next legislative session and allowing local chambers and their members to be educated on these issues in advance. Chambers can then adopt the Key Legislative Principles and be prepared to act quickly on issues important to their members this next legislative session. The State Chamber is excited to partner with these chambers in an effort to have a statewide unified voice on business issues. Speakers included the State Chamber lobby team, President and CEO Fred Morgan, Senator Clark Jolley, and Jenks Chamber President Josh Driskell.