Claremore Daily Progress

It's Happening

October 14, 2013

It's Happening

CLAREMORE —

TUESDAY Oct. 15
Marine Corps League meeting, 7 p.m., Meals on Wheels office, 715 S. McClellan St., behind Episcopal Church on Seminole. League is open to all current and former Marines and FMF Corpsmen.
Business Builders Referral Group meeting, 11:45 a.m. BBRG was formed to encourage cooperative business methods in the Rogers County area and to help promote each other’s business by building a better understanding and closer business relationship among the members. Information or to inquire about meeting location: (918) 637-3530 or (918) 277-9704 or visit www.bbrgofok.com.
Roosa Elementary School’s Book Fair continues. Information: Roosa, (918) 923-4206.
Foyil Cherokee Nation Elderly Nutrition at Foyil Community Center, 3rd and Andy Payne Boulevard, is open each Thursday for lunch (doors open 10 a.m.; lunch served at 11). Menu or information: Frankie Long, (918) 261-8108.
Foyil Public Schools Title I Department hosts parent meetings during parent/teacher conferences, 4-7 p.m. Information about math and reading programs will be available.
 
WEDNESDAY Oct. 16
Roosa Elementary School’s Book Fair concludes. Information: Roosa, (918) 923-4206.
Documentary “Take Back Your Power” Investigating the “SMART” Grid. 7 p.m., Rehoboth Baptist Church, 2450 King Road. Information: Joe Esposito, (918) 342-6997.
 
THURSDAY Oct. 17
Claremore firefighters’ hamburger cook-off to benefit “Coats for Kids,” 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Fire Station 1 (behind Claremore City Hall). $5 per plate. Information: (918) 694-8998.
Foyil Cherokee Nation Elderly Nutrition at Foyil Community Center, 3rd and Andy Payne Boulevard, is open each Thursday for lunch (doors open 10 a.m.; lunch served at 11). Menu or information: Frankie Long, (918) 261-8108.
 
SATURDAY Oct. 19
First Presbyterian Church’s Fall Festival, 6-8 p.m., in the Family Life Center. Children may wear costumes. Information: (918) 341-3562.
Master Gardener Fall Festival and Plant Sale, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Rogers County Building, 416 S. Brady. Free admission. Includes local foods, unique vendors, pumpkin patch, face painting, square dancers, dunk tank, pet costume contest, raffles door prizes and more. Proceeds benefit the Will Rogers Park Teaching Demonstration Gardens.

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