TODAY-TONIGHT

Christmas in July sale, Claremore Regional Hospital Auxiliary gift shop in the new outpatient waiting area (north side), 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Friday. All merchandise 40 percent off. Proceeds benefit the Auxiliary’s many community service projects as well as scholarships for Rogers State University nursing students.

Fairbooks available for upcoming Rogers County Fair, Sept 13-18. Fairbooks can be picked up, OSU Extension Office, basement of the Courthouse. The Circle G 4-H Club will host a children’s barnyard during the fair. 



THURSDAY

Reveille Rotary, 6:45 a.m., Rogers State University Post Hall. Speaker: Ginny Morgan with St. John’s Hospital, Owasso. Rotarian of the Day: Brant Shallenburger.

Claremore Schools Board of Education meets noon in special session, Administration Building, 310 North Weenonah, to discuss appointment of Paul Fowler as director of operations, Julie Geiger as director of special services and Kathy Johnson, federal programs.

Christmas in July sale, Claremore Regional Hospital Auxiliary gift shop in the new outpatient waiting area (north side), 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Friday. All merchandise 40 percent off. Proceeds benefit the Auxiliary’s many community service projects as well as scholarships for Rogers State University nursing students.

Claremore Civic Band’s last concert of the summer, 7:30 p.m., G. Waide Sibley Memorial Gazebo across from the fire station on Will Rogers Boulevard. The band will present John Philip Sousa’s “Washington Post” March, and “Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.” Also on the program for Thursday night is “Colonel Bogey March” by Kenneth J. Alford, and a medley entitled “Best of the Beatles” containing the songs “Ticket to Ride,” “Hey Jude,” and “Get Back.” A mini-medley from “My Fair Lady” featuring “Get Me to the Church on Time” and “With a Little Bit of Luck” will also be presented.  Featured performers for Thursday night will be Jim Tanner and Friends presenting Big Band Sounds. Bring lawn chairs and blankets.

 

FRIDAY

Meals on Wheels is in need of volunteers to cook and deliver meals. Meals are prepared at the MOW building on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. To volunteer for cooking would require about four hours a month, one day a month. Driving will be for one day a week, and depending on the length of the route, should take less than an hour. Contact Bonnie Schulze at 341-0848 or leave a message at Meals on Wheels at 342-2006.



SATURDAY

Elks Country Breakfast, 7-10 a.m. Cost is $4 for eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits and gravy, coffee and juice.