Claremore Daily Progress


Chili Check

Executive Director of Claremore Public Schools Foundation (CPSF) and Rotary Club of Claremore member Marla Lillie, left, accepts a check in the amount of $4,182 from Rotary Club of Claremore President Barry Cramer. The check represents proceeds from the club’s annual chili supper event held last November. Lilllie said since 1988, the Rotary Club of Claremore’s annual chili supper benefit for CPSF has raised more than $71,500.


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