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Silent Auction Saturday at First Presbyterian Church Claremore
First Presbyterian Church Claremore will host a Silent Auction from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, July 19.
All items remaining in the two houses on 5th Street —105 and 109 E. 5th Street — will be auctioned off, among them, light fixtures, doors, cabinets, shelving, flooring, and more.
American Red Cross offers volunteer opportunities
Disasters don’t take summer vacations. American Red Cross volunteers are needed year round to help those struggling with the loss of their homes and belongings because of disaster.
Keen on Deen
Two weeks ago, Claremore resident Susan Hammett-Krackov took her daughter, Robin Baldwin, on a Mother’s Day excursion to Pigeon Forge, Tenn., to meet celebrity chef Paula Deen.
Zebra band kicks off summer practice
A new school year is approaching, and for the Claremore High School Band, that means summer rehearsals.
Hazel Mooney celebrates 100 years
Hazel Mooney, a Claremore resident at The Brookfield, is celebrating her 100th birthday party this week.
Dr. Willis honored as a ‘Woman of Inspiration’
Rogers State University’s Dr. Susan Willis was recognized as a Woman of Inspiration for serving her community with relentless dedication and passion while impacting the lives of area youth and community members.
Berry picking on the 4th
Sandra Patterson has her home on land that has been passed down in her family for over 100 years. In 2009 she and her husband, David, decided to do something with all of their acreage.
Edwards-Matheson named new Red Cross Advisory Board Chair
Misty Edwards-Matheson is the new Advisory Board Chair for the Rogers/Mayes/Wagoner County Service Center of the American Red Cross.
Brainiac Brawl honored for outstanding achievement
The Claremore Publics Schools Foundation has been selected as a recipient of the 2014 Outstanding Award for Local Education Foundations, sponsored by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence.
Local ham radio clubs to host 24-hour field day Saturday
Rogers County Wireless Association and Mayes County amateur radio clubs will join together to present a field day event Saturday and Sunday at Whitaker Park in Pryor. For 24 hours, members and guests will be on the radio displaying their public service and emergency capabilities.
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