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B.A. Chamber Events Manager Jessica Mugg Honored

 Jessica Mugg, events manager for the Broken Arrow Chamber, has been announced as a winner of the 30 Under 30 award for the State of Oklahoma.

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Gary Glanz Celebrates 50 Years of Solving Crimes

By K.J. WEBB

Tulsa Private Investigator Gary Glanz, dubbed the nation’s “Super Sleuth” by the Wall Street Journal, is celebrating 50 years in the business of solving crimes, tracking down fugitives all over the world, recovering vast sums of money, fine art and treasures, and more. Glanz’ track record of success over the decades firmly established his reputation as one of the best PI’s in the nation. His Tulsa office, Glanz and Associates, receives calls from all over the country from clients seeking his agency’s expert services.

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Tulsa Press Club Announces 2018 Headliners

Tulsa Press Club announced its 2018 Headliners, a group of outstanding Tulsa-area civic, business, professional and industrial leaders selected for their unselfish contributions to the growth, prosperity and culture of Tulsa.

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David Page is Named TCC Vision Honoree

The Tulsa Community College Foundation has named David Page as the 2018 Vision in Education Leadership Award recipient. He is being honored for his enduring commitment to excellence in education and leadership of key initiatives and organizations that have impacted economic development, quality of life and social services for Tulsa.

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Broken Arrow Brewing Company Opens

Broken Arrow Brewing Company opened in June and it has become a popular gathering place at the 333 West Dallas Street location in the historic building that once housed the Broken Arrow Electric Light Company and Ice House.

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Museum Broken Arrow Hosts Westward Exhibit

Throughout the 19th century as Americans pushed west toward the Pacific, they were fascinated by westward expansion in North America. Printed imagery—lithographs and engravings—played an important role in the dissemination of knowledge and understanding about the West and its inhabitants. Now visitors to The Museum Broken Arrow’s new exhibition, Imprinting the West: Manifest Destiny, Real and Imagined, which opened June 16, will see 48 hand-colored engravings and lithographs that explore these depictions and the influence the artists had on the perception of the wild west. The exhibit runs through August 11.

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DreamShip a Highlight at Patriot Golf

A highlight of the Patriot Golf Tournament in Owasso in May was the landing of the DreamShip Balloon to honor military families.

Presented by the Rite Aid Foundation, KidCents and Folds of Honor, the DreamShip is a fully operational hot air balloon, designed by the children of America’s military heroes.

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Tulsa Zoo’s ‘WALTZ on the Wild Side’ a Success

For one night only, the Tulsa Zoo’s feature presentation, WALTZ on the Wild Side, returned for an evening in old Hollywood style on June 15.

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CAN Volunteer Honored For Service

Susan Gross, center, was honored for her long-time service to the Child Abuse Network (CAN) at the organization’s annual reception in June. At left is CAN Chief Executive Officer Anna America.  In the background is CAN Chief Operating Officer Rose Turner, and at right is former CAN President Kala Sharp. Gross first joined CAN’s board of directors in 2005 and has been a dedicated volunteer, serving in many roles. The new CAN President, Tim Neuman, and the board of directors are profiled in the Business and People Notes section in this issue on page 21.

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2018 Stacked Deck ACES Volunteer for Resonance

The 2018 Stacked Deck ACES have been revealed and are pictured at right.  ACES are dedicated volunteers and supporters who have each committed to raising a minimum of $10,000 in funds/in-kind items toward the Resonance Center for Women’s annual fundraiser Stacked Deck: A Night at the Movies, Oct. 5 at the Bond Center. The cinema-themed event will include a premier viewing of That Time in My Life, a short fiction film produced by Kirkpatrick and Kinslow Productions.

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Gathering Place Announces Executive Chef

The Gathering Place will be known for its world-class designs, attractions and never-before-seen programming. The Park is also working to create a culinary experience as one of the must-do engagements for park guests. The task of delivering this culinary experience will largely depend on the menu selection and skill of its recently appointed Executive Chef Kirk Swaby.

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Journalist David L. Jones of the Tulsa Tribune Family will be Missed, Remembered

David Lloyd Jones, a member of the iconic Tulsa Tribune family, died Monday, May 14, at St. Francis Hospital following complications from leukemia. He was 79.
David was the son of longtime Tribune editor and publisher Jenkin Lloyd Jones and Juanita Carlson Lloyd Jones.

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Wealaka Presents Bronze Medal to Bixby Cadet

The Wealaka Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution was pleased to present a bronze medal to deserving cadet SSgt Kylie Ishmael at the Bixby High School Marine Corps JROTC 2018 Awards Ceremony. 

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Owasso Sailor Stays Busy in the Pacific

Boatswain’s Mate 3rd Class Chris Bishop from Owasso, communicates between the bridge and the mooring stations using a sound-powered telephone aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) as the ship arrives at White Beach Naval Facility for a scheduled port visit. Bonhomme Richard is operating in the Indo-Pacific region as part of a regularly scheduled patrol and provides a rapid-response capability in the event of a regional contingency or natural disaster. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Zachary DiPadova.)

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Sophie Arroyo Crowned Miss Rooster Days

Rooster Days, the oldest festival in Oklahoma, was highlighted this year with the naming of Sophie Arroyo as Miss Rooster Days. She succeeds last year’s Miss Rooster Days, Riley Savala.

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