Students produce commercial with new Lt. Governor

Northeast Tech-Claremore students produce TV commercial with new Lt. Governor. EAST program students from the Claremore campus recently produced television and radio commercials to promote tourism and the upcoming 50th anniversary of the J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum.  From left, Homeschool junior from Claremore, Charles Keely, Lt. Governor-elect Matt Pinnell, junior from Oologah, Matthew Johnson and J. M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum executive director, Wayne McCombs.