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RSU cheer team qualifies for nationals; preview performance scheduled for Monday
The Rogers State cheerleading team is once again heading to Daytona Beach, Fla. to compete in the National Cheerleader Association's Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship. The preliminary competition will be held April 10 with finals on April 11.
RSU Theatre Program to present ‘Speech & Debate’
Rogers State University’s Theatre Program will be presenting Stephen Karam’s “Speech & Debate” this month at the Will Rogers Auditorium in Claremore.
Mustard Seed Christian Preschool hosts St. Jude’s Trike-a-thon
Mustard Seed Christian Preschool hosted their annual St. Jude’s Trike-a-thon Wednesday.
Peggy Rice to be guest at Pilot Club’s Style Show & Luncheon
Rogers State University’s “First Lady” Peggy Rice will serve as guest commentator next month at the Pilot Club of Claremore’s 35th annual Style Show & Luncheon.
On a Mission
A group of Destiny Life Church members hosted a garage sale beginning Thursday to raise money for a mission trip to Jinja, Uganda.
Claremore’s Potter competes in Mrs. Oklahoma
Nichole Potter, of Claremore, is no stranger when it comes to wearing many hats. Wife, mother, volunteer in her community, and fitness instructor are just a few of those she wears daily.
Local quilters celebrate National Quilting Month
Country Fare Quilter’s Guild and the Belvidere Mansion are teaming up to host a beautiful display of antique, traditional, and contemporary handmade quilts in celebration of National Quilting Month in March.
Hydrangea pruning method depends on variety
Hydrangeas in most home gardens belong to four different species and each of these has slightly different requirements when it comes to pruning.
Meyer guest speaker at annual book review
The author of “I Called Him Uncle Will.” Doris “Coke” Meyer will be the guest speaker at the annual book review sponsored by Chapter BM P.E.O. The book review will be at First United Methodist Church Family Life Center, 1615 N. Hwy. 88 on Friday, March 7, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. Tickets are currently on sale for $10 per person.
Claremore schools participate in Read Across America week
Beginning today, Claremore schools will celebrate Read Across America week, a national reading program that promotes the importance of reading at an early age through a variety of fun events.
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