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Heart Ball Sweetheart Cate Leonard and her mom Carrie share a sweet moment during the American Heart Association’s annual gala. Pages B1 & B2
Heritage Hall’s Jacob Marino and coach Brett Young celebrate at the District Speech and Debate Tournament. Jacob will represent Oklahoma at the national tournament. For more student news, see Page 8.
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ACHIEVERS McGee Awards honor three
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Jim Vallion Award Red Tie Night Co-Chairman Ethan and Wendy House and Lela Sullivan present Mary Deane Streich with the Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund’s Jim Vallion Award. Streich was honored for her service to the organization. For more photos from Red Tie Night, see the March 22 edition of OKC FRIDAY.
Chuck Wiggin, Peter Dolese and Stan Lingo will be honored by the Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership during the 33rd annual Dean A. McGee Awards on Friday, May 17, in the Skirvin Hilton Hotel Grand Ballroom. Business leader Wiggin is to receive the Dean A. McGee Award for his lifetime contribu-
tions to downtown; the Stanley Draper Award will be presented to arts leader Dolese for his efforts in community excellence; and builder Lingo receives the Neal Horton Award for revitalization of downtown. The 2019 Dean A. McGee See McGEE, Page 3
AWC names Byliner honorees
Eight are Oklahoma Creativity Ambassadors
The Oklahoma City Chapter of the Association of Women in Communications has named its By-Liner Awards honorees. The recipients are: Linda Haneborg, Haneborg & Associates, Lifetime; Jonna Kirschner, Chickasaw Nation Industries, Inc. vice president of economic development, Law and Civic Involvement; Natalie Shirley, National Cowboy
Governor Kevin Stitt will designate eight prominent Oklahomans as Oklahoma Creativity Ambassadors on Monday evening, April 8 at the Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City. The 2019
& Western Heritage Museum president and CEO, Business Development; Christina Rehkop, Devon Energy supervisor of community affairs, Philanthropy; Susan Harkness, OG&E brand manager, Communications; Molly Wehrenberg, Oklahoma Commission on the Status of See BYLINERS, Page 7
Ambassador honorees are C. Kendrick Ferguson, a nationally recognized advocate for arts and arts education; Chip Fudge, real estate visionary; Rob Lake, international grand illusionist; Mike Larsen, contempo-
rary Native American artist and sculptor; Susan McCalmont, lifetime innovation and creativity champion; and Dr. Paul Silverstein, surgical innovator for burn See CREATIVE, Page 3
After volumes of renovations, Village library booked to reopen By Mike W. Ray Staff Writer Metropolitan Library System (MLS) officials hope to reopen the newly remodeled public library in The Village sometime this month, perhaps as early as next week. The library was closed in mid-January for a $300,000 facelift and was scheduled to reopen in late February
or early March. However, new furniture for the library didn’t arrive until Monday “and they’re not sure we can get everything ready to open” by March 18, said Kim Terry, MLS marketing and communications director. The interior of The Village Library “will be reconfigured to best utilize the space,” Victoria Stephens, MLS internal
communications coordinator, said previously. The MLS has devoted approximately $250,000 to the renovation project, according to Morgan Jones, MLS manager of planning and assessment. Improvements include: • Replacement of carpet throughout the 14,044 square-foot building; • Repainting of the entire interior;
June 1 targeted completion date for NHills water lines project By Mike W. Ray Staff Writer Replacement of old water transmission lines along four blocks in Nichols Hills is expected to take three months to complete. The City Council awarded a $329,838 contract on the project to Southwest Water Works of Oklahoma City. The work entails construction of 2,129 linear feet (four-tenths of a mile) of 12-inch-diameter water mains in the 1500, 1600 and 1700
blocks of Bedford Drive, and removal of 1,599 linear feet of malfunctioning 12-inch mains, bid documents show. The existing ductile pipe “has been problematic in the last few years” and will be replaced with durable PVC pipe, Public Works Director Randy Lawrence said. The job also also involves installation of 500 linear feet of 8inch PVC water line in the 6800 block of Brentwood Avenue and See LINES, Page 3
• Construction of an ADA-compliant family restroom off the lobby; • Replacement of the circulation desk with a new service desk; • Removal of the reference desk to add some larger computer desks; • Construction of a through-the-wall book return and a second selfcheckout station; and, • Relocation of staff
work areas to make room for four public study rooms. In addition, Special Friends of The Village Library donated $60,000 to finance renovations in two specific sectors: updating the lounge seating area at the south end of the building and “refreshing” the teen area with a complete redesign “to reflect the See LIBRARY, Page 7
Dogs of the Week
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Piper and Baxter who belong to Dani Lynch and Bob Colston, owners of Thrifty Pharmacy. Their favorite sport is riding rafts in the pool. Most days are spent watching for squirrels in their trees and removing the stuffing from their toys. Email Dog of the Week, Baby of the Week and Cat of the Week submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions are used in the order they are received.
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IEEW joins in Women’s History Month celebration Each March, the Institute for the Economic Empowment of Women joins in the celebration of Women’s History Month, which was established by Presidential proclamation. The month is set aside to honor women’s contributions in American history. “… The history of American women is an expansive story of outstanding individuals who sacrificed much
and worked hard in pursuit of a better world ... American women of strength, vision, and character have long influenced our country by contributing their time, efforts, and wisdom to improve and enhance our government and communities, schools and religious institutions, our businesses and the military, and the arts and sciences …”
Students in IEEW’s Peace Thrugh Business Program.
– President George W. Bush, 2002 Women’s History Month Proclamation IEEW has been supporting women business owners around the globe since
2006 developing content and programming and mentoring opportunities targeted at helping women entrepreneurs start and scale their businesses. Dr. Terry Neese, IEEW’s founder, served as president of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) from 19901991. Today, IEEW and NAWBO maintain a strategic partnership to ensure a diverse mentorship experience for the Peace Through Business program working in Afghanistan and Rwanda. To celebrate women entrepreneurs around the world, IEEW is sponsoring a “nonevent" to support its goal of raising $25,000 by the end of March toward the education
of women entrepreneurs in Afghanistan and Rwanda. The program relies on donations to continue to create sustainable impact in these areas. “Honoring women in the workplace and honoring women entrepreneurs is at the heart of the mission of the Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women,” Neese said. “The education of women is critical for global peace and sustainability. Appropriately, IEEW is graduating an additional sixty-four women entrepreneurs from the Peace Through Business 10-week program in Afghanistan and Rwanda this March, creating the base for a balanced future as we move through our thirteenth year.” IEEW encourages you to consider joining with IEEW in its March non-event Friday to help raise funds from the comfort of your own home to continue educating and empowering women entrepreneurs through
their Peace Business program. This is IEEW’s dediated day to make donations by visiting www. ieew.org/events-2 IEEW is hosting another event, Oklahoma City: Kick Off Your Shoes!, March 29, 3:305 p.m. at 9612 Regal Lane. Dr. Neese will make a presentation at exactly 4:19 p.m. This is an Oklahoma City celebration for the Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women (IEEW), sponsored by Scarlet Le-Cao, Modern Touch by Omega and the IEEW OKC Committee. The event will be held at Scarlet’s former residence, now an event-based rental property. The home was also formerly owned by a cousin to actor Chuck Norris. Chuck Norris art and the original bed he occupied remain in the home today. For more information, contact Terry Neese or Karel Ford at 943.4474 or by email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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removal of 394 linear feet of old 8-inch pipe, records reflect. In addition, bid documents indicate four older fire plugs are set to be removed and replaced with three
new fire hydrants and 13 gate valves will be installed to allow individual sections of the new water lines to be shut off when repairs have to be made. Southwest Water Works’ price tag was $114,530 lower than its nearest competi-
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victims. James Austin Kerr, actor, writer and producer is the Young Oklahoma Creativity Ambassador and the Gathering Place will receive a Creativity Award for 66.5acre park named Best New Attraction in USA Today’s readers’ choice competition. Burns Hargis will make remarks during the evening and Alex Cameron is the host of the evening. Tickets and sponsorship information can be found on the Creative
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Awards is a black-tie event that begins with a reception at 6 p.m., followed by a gourmet dinner at 7 p.m., short videos about the awards namesakes, the State of Downtown speech by Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership’s president, Jane Jenkins, and the awards presentation. The 2019 event cochairmen are Founding Principal of Equity Commercial Realty Judy Hatfield and Devon Energy Chairman Emeritus Larry Nichols. “This year’s honorees exemplify the same spirit as the three leaders for whom the awards are named,” said Hatfield. “They have worked diligently to develop a city that will serve future generations well. They helped shape and mold today’s downtown.” Nichols said that the three honorees have helped “create a vibrant downtown for all of the city’s communities to enjoy.” “We are proud to honor them and their efforts for making downtown Oklahoma City one of the best
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tor’s bid and $237,580 lower than the highest bid submitted. June 1 is the target date for completion of the two projects, Public Works Director Randy Lawrence said. The Bedford and Brentwood jobs are an addition to a multiyear project to replace
Oklahoma website at stateofcreativity.com or by contacting Stéphanie Coderre Porras by email at email@example.com om. Creative Oklahoma was founded in 2006 with the goal to develop, promote and celebrate Oklahoma’s creativity and innovation in education, commerce and culture. The Oklahoma Creativity Ambassadors Gala promotes and celebrates that mission by honoring the work and contributions of those individuals who are
urban areas in the nation.” Presented by Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership, tickets to the Dean A. McGee Awards are available to the public. Advance reservations are required and may be made by calling 235-3500 or emailing Brandi@DowntownOKC.com. Individual tickets are $250 and seating is limited. Corporate tables and sponsorships are also available. This event benefits Downtown Oklahoma
16,000 linear feet (a little over three miles) of water lines throughout Nichols Hills, City Manager Shane Pate said. That project began in 2015 and will continue through 2019, city officials said. “We hope to continue water line replace-
among the state’s most creative leaders. This event also supports programs of Creative Oklahoma including the Oklahoma Creative Communities, the Districts of Creativity Network, and the new MITaffiliated Oklahoma Entrepreneur Mentoring Program (OKEMP), to advance creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in Oklahoma schools, workplaces, and communities. For the honorees’ biographies, see www.okcfriday.com.
City Partnership’s 501(c)(3) organization, Downtown Oklahoma City Initiatives, which funds public art and other downtown improvement projects. For additional information about Downtown Oklahoma City and
the Dean A. McGee Awards, visit www.DowntownOKC.com or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For the honorees’ biographies, see www.okcfriday.com.
ment projects for years to come, so we can keep our water system infrastructure
well-maintained and in good working order,” Mayor Peter Hoffman Jr. said.
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Sports Weekly BASKETBALL | CLASS 4A CHAMPIONSHIP: KINGFISHER 59, HERITAGE HALL 39
Yellowjackets sting Chargers in 4A title game
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Heritage Hall’s Will McDonald launches a shot over Kingfisher during the Class 4A championship game.
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In likely the most anticipated state basketball championship game, regardless of class, Heritage Hall hoped for back-to-back Class 4A titles and to keep its 46-game winning streak alive. Both of those dreams came crashing down, as No. 1 Kingfisher stepped up its defense and rolled to a 59-39 victory over the second-ranked Chargers (28-1) last Saturday night at State Fair Arena. Trey Alexander, Heritage Hall’s leading scorer, managed just 12 points on 3-for14 shooting and 0-for6 from 3-point range, but grabbed a teamhigh eight rebounds. Will McDonald was the only other Charger in double figures with 12 points on 4for-10 from the field. Melvin Swindle netted four points and Michael McLaughin hit a 3-pointer, while Jack Spanier, Ethan Creamer, Jaden McDaniel and Rives Mitchell had two points each. Heritage Hall
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Heritage Hall’s Trey Alexander (23) attempts to dribble away from the Kingfisher defense during last Saturday’s Class 4A championship game at State Fair Arena.
cruised past Fridayland rival John Marshall, 74-31, in a semifinal on Friday at State Fair Arena. Alexander led a trio in double figures with 21 points. McDonald scored 16 points and Spanier chipped in 15 points. The third-ranked Bears (23-5) were led by Corey Coleman with 12 points. Steve
Davis Jr. and Patrick Garrett had four points each. Both squads also cruised to quarterfinal wins on Thursday. John Marshall used a 20-4 run in the second quarter en route to a 69-51 victory over Tulsa Central, as four players scored in double figures. Garrett netted a team-best 19 points,
followed by Coleman with 13, D.J. Alexander with 12 and Davis with 10 points. Heritage Hall pulled away with a 20point third quarter for a 74-53 win against Broken Bow, behind Alexander’s 28 points. Spanier finished with 13 points, with McLaughlin scoring 11 points and McDonald adding 10 points.
At right, John Marshall’s Corey Coleman drives to the basket during the Bears’ quarterfinal game against Tulsa Central. Coleman scored 13 points in the 69-51 victory at State Fair Arena. - Photo by Richard Clifton, rtcdigitalimages.zenfolio.com
At left, Heritage Hall’s Melvin Swindle (44) grabs a rebound during the championship game against Kingfisher. - Photo by Kimberly Richelle, www.CRPics.com
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BASKETBALL | CLASS 6A CHAMPIONSHIP
Hornets down Panthers in 6A final A night after scoring nearly 50 points in a semifinal win over top-ranked Edmond Memorial, Micah Thomas was poised to lead PC North to somewhat improbable back-to-back Class 6A basketball championships. Thomas, a senior, scored a team-high 29 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Panthers (16-14) suffered an 82-70 loss to Tulsa Booker T. Washington last Saturday night at the Mabee Center. Thomas scored 15 points in the first half
CLASS 6A RESULTS Thursday, March 7 Booker T. Washington def. PC West, 64-58 Southmoore def. Putnam City, 65-49 Edmond Memorial def. Sapulpa, 61-50 PC North def. Midwest City, 68-57 Friday, March 8 Booker T. Washington def. Southmoore, 61-59 PC North def. Edmond Memorial, 74-70 Saturday, March 9 Booker T. Washington def. PC North, 82-70
and 14 in the second, but was saddled with foul trouble in the first half to go 9 of 21 from the field and 4 of 11 from 3-point range. Teammate Tobias Roland finished with
26 points and seven rebounds, but no other player scored more than six points for PC North against the No. 2 Hornets. Josh Nwankwo scored six points,
Rockets blank Cyclones Scoring 10 runs in the first two innings, the Mount St. Mary baseball team cruised to a 17-0 win over Fridayland rival Casady last Monday. Riley Lowery went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and scored three times to lead the Rockets (2-1) at the plate. Jacob Loflin belted a pair of hits, including a 3-run home run in the bottom of the fourth inning, as did Tucker Resolute who also
scored twice. Payton Leonard provided Casady’s only hit in the Cyclones’ half of the third inning. Rocket pitcher Jesse Brooks struck out five and allowed one hit over three innings to pick up the victory. Casady’s Tyler Hart got roughed up for nine runs on four hits over 1-1/3 innings, but had four strikeouts, in the loss. Mount St. Mary is set to host Alva at 2 p.m. and Bethel at 6 p.m. this Saturday, while Casady doesn’t play until after spring break.
Both the Casady girls and McGuinness boys got the track season off to a good start with fourth place finishes last Saturday at the Southern Oklahoma Invitational in Duncan. The Cyclone boys took fifth, while the Irish girls were eighth at the meet. Claire Richardson earned a gold medal in the 1600 meters to lead Casady. Richardson won the race by
five seconds in 5 minutes, 39.87 seconds. Ruby Berryman earned a silver medal in the 300-meter hurdles and Julia Bohannon was second in the 3200 meters. Keziah Catania finished third in the high jump and fifth in the 3200. Peyton Walter placed sixth in the 100-meter hurdles and Isabel O’Connor took eight in the discus. McGuinness’ Emiline Henderson won a gold medal in the pole vault with a jump of nine feet. Teammate Logan Pierce took third in the event. Kailey Carnine fin-
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PC North’s Micah Thomas (5) scored 29 points to lead the Panthers in an 82-70 loss to Tulsa Washington last Saturday in the Class 6A title game.
SOCCER ROUNDUP IRISH SWEEP GUYMON McGuinness pitcher Michael Feighny and Nolan Reynolds didn’t allow a run in 13 innings as the Irish rolled to doubleheader sweep of Guymon last Monday afternoon. Feighny threw a complete-game no-hitter in the second game and struck out five in 10-0 victory. Cole Reselar and Will Hoch belted two doubles each and combined to drive in four runs to lead the Irish (4-2) at the plate. Story continued at www.okcfriday.com.
Cyclones, Irish 4th at Duncan
while Kayhon Russell had four, Jeff Nwankwo had three and Kole Johnson added two points. Thomas poured in 44 points to help PC North to a 74-70 victory against Edmond Memorial in Friday’s semifinal, with Josh Nwankwo adding 13 points. The Panthers cruised to a 68-57 win over Midwest City in a quarterfinal on Thursday at Catoosa. Thomas netted a team-best 34 points and Jeff Nwankwo chipped in 15 points.
ished third in the 100 meters, as was Lolo Cunningham in the 800 meters. Lexi Joyce claimed fifth in the high jump. Slater Ward dominate the hurdle events for the Irish boys. Ward won the 110 hurdles in 15.37 seconds and the 300 hurdles in 42.34 seconds. Teammate Preston Lynn won the pole vault by two feet with a jump of 14 feet. Casady’s Sam Bass also won a gold medal in the 3200 meters by 16 seconds in 10:18.24. Story continued at www.okcfriday.com.
Harding Prep shuts out Del City Both Harding Charter Prep soccer squads opened their seasons with shutout wins at Del City last Friday. Malcolm Ogilvie netted two goals and two assists in helping the Eagle boys (1-0) to a 5-0 win over Del City. Golkeeper Christian Rivas collected four saves for the shutout. Julia Ponce paced the Eagle girls (1-0) also with two goals and two assists in a 6-0 victory. Goalkeeper Tilly Booze corralled two saves in the win. Harding Prep visits Cordell this Friday. The girls game starts at 5:30 p.m. followed by the boys at 7:30 p.m.
PANTHERS CLIP ENID The PC North boys evened their record at 1-1 after a 2-0 win over Enid last Friday. Mario Castillo and Kyle Owen scored goals for the Panthers. The Panther girls (2-0) also picked up 3-2 overtime win. Both squads are set to host Yukon on Friday. IRISH GIRLS TOP GUYMON The McGuinness girls cruised a 10-0 victory over Guymon on Friday, behind Katey Pierce with scored three goals and an assist. Samantha Guzman chipped in two goals and two assists, while Grace Grimes had a goal and three assists for the Irish (4-0). Story continued at www.okcfriday.com.
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April 4-7 • ‘Curious Incident’
CityRep presents the final show in its seventeenth season, the multiple Tony and Olivier Award-winning play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Simon Stephens, after Mark Haddon’s novel. CityRep’s production will play the Civic Center Music Hall’s Freede Little Theatre April 4-7. The play is rated R due to adult situations and language. Tickets are available online at cityrep.com.
April 9 • 6 Guitars
Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) will host 6 Guitars, a pitch-perfect blend of music, comedy and characters, at the Visual and Performing Arts Center (VPAC) Theater Tuesday, April 9, at 7:30 p.m. In 6 Guitars, Chase Padgett portrays six different guitar-playing characters, each sharing their own style of music, including blues, jazz, rock, classical, folk and country. Tickets are still available at tickets. occc.edu or the OCCC Box Office.
April 3-28 • ‘Bright Star’
Banjos and bluegrass music will be in the spotlight next month when Lyric Theatre presents the regional premiere of Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s musical Bright Star. The southern story of hope set in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina opens Wednesday, April 3, running through Sunday, April 28, at Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16 St. Single tickets to Bright Star start
Now through March 23 • Spring Thing
In partnership with The Chickasaw Nation, the Oklahoma Hall of Fame is proud to announce another full year of Free Family Fun programming that provides exciting and educational activities at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum for families and kids of all ages. Beginning with Spring Thing, during Spring Break from March 12 -16 and March 19-23, guests will receive free admission to the museum and participate in individually-themed days that are filled with special activities. Starting at 10:30 a.m. with story time, guests then can create a craft, watch a movie, explore the museum and participate in other seasonal activities, thanks to the Junior League of OKC. A full schedule of Spring Thing themes and activities can be found on Facebook @Oklahomahof and at oklahomahof.com/spring-thing. at just $25. This show contains some mature themes that may be more appropriate and relevant for pre-teens and older. For more information, visit LyricTheatreOKC.org or call the box office at (405) 524-9312.
April 25-28 • RexFest
The John Rex Parent Teacher Association (PTA) will host the inaugural RexFest fundraiser to support arts education at John W. Rex Charter Elementary School (JRCES) and Oklahoma City Public Schools (OKCPS). To secure a sponsorship or for more information, please contact Lesley Martin at 405314-6725 or rexfest@ johnrexpta.org.
March 19 • Reeds-A-Plenty
Experience the exquisite richness of woodwinds as the Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble presents a diverse sampling of 18ththrough 20th-century works for reeds in its fourth concert of the 2018-19 season Tuesday evening, March 19. On the program are works by Saint-
Saëns and Glinka, as well as a Czech and three of the worthiest French composers you’ve probably never heard of. This is a rare opportunity to hear these delightful but less frequently performed works, some by composers who are best known for their compositions for the wind ensemble. Program is at 7:30 pm at St. Paul’s Cathedral. Visit brightmusic.org for more information.
March 16 • Grand Romanticism
This OKCPhil program features the grand and romantic Symphony No. 9 in C major (Great) by composer Schubert alongside Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 2 featuring Stewart Goodyear. Guest Conductor James Feddeck began as a student of Alexander Mickelthwate’s and went on to be assistant conductor for the Cleveland Symphony and now guest conducts all over the world. Concert preview with guest conductor James Feddeck, free with your concert ticket at 7 p.m. at the Thelma Gaylord Theatre. Call (405) 232-7575 for information.
South by Southwest
he South by Southwest Music, Interactive and Film Festival wraps up this weekend after ten days of high profile speakers, great films and loud music pouring out of every bar, club and converted space in town. Austin, Texas, provides the home base and hundreds of corporate sponsors provide the financial support for the most anticipated, exciting festival in America. SXSW repays their generosity by attracting more than 100,000 people to town and infusing more than $300 million into the local economy. Oscar winners Charlize Theron, Matthew McConaughey, Lupita Nyong’o and Jordan Peele all promoted their latest films alongside A-listers Seth Rogen, Zach Efron, Jon Hamm and Emmy winner Elisabeth Moss. The range of high profile speakers was awesome, from Meg Whitman to David Byrne of the Talking Heads to the Winklevoss twins. But, more than in years past, politicians dominated the online discussions, especially Alexandria OcasioCortez, who was in town to promote her documentary, Knock Down the House. The deadCenter Film Festival team traveled to SXSW to meet with filmmak-
ers, promote filming in Oklahoma, check up on the films that have already applied to screen at deadCenter and discover a handful of big name films to play at our festival in June. The deadCenter team included Director of Operations Alyx Picard Davis, Director of Programming Sara Thompson, Features Programmer Kevin Ely, Shorts Programmer Shane Smith and Virtual Cinema Programmer Stephen Tyler. Stephen Tyler and I spent most of our week exploring virtual reality films and demonstrating new technologies. Major companies around the world, from HP to Intel to Sony, are pouring millions into virtual and digital technology to discover what’s next. Our goal is to curate the most exciting of the exhibits and bring them back to the techCenter conference during deadCenter this June. The greatest film I saw was about an Oklahoma institution, the Red Dog. Red Dog is a feature length documentary about the notorious strip club on tenth street in Oklahoma
City. The film is directed by Grammy Award winning songwriter Luke Dick, whose mother was a dancer there. The film is fun and titillating, but also brutally honest and heartfelt. Other fun documentaries included Jump Shot about the inventor of the classic basketball move, Well Groomed about dog groomers, State of Pride about LGBT Pride festivals across the country, I Am Richard Prior and The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash. But, the biggest surprise was Who let the Dogs Out?, a comical look at the international hit song and the decades long legal battle for creative authorship and ownership. Next week, the deadCenter team will continue sorting through the thousands of films we received this year to create our final program. As always, we will include some of our favorites from SXSW and Sundance, great Oklahoma films and enough world premieres to stay in the national spotlight. If you would like to support deadCenter as a sponsor, volunteer or attendee, please visit our website deadCenterfilm. org or email the office at info@deadCenterfilm.org. With your help, we will become as robust and exciting as SXSW!
Citizens Caring for Children to honor the late Victor Guarry OK Citizens Caring for Children will host its Spring Fling for Brighter Foster Futures at The Jones Assembly in downtown Oklahoma City on Monday, April 22, at 6 p.m. The late Victor E. Guarry will be honored with the Spirit of Caring Award, which is given to an individual or organization that exhibits continued kindness and caring for others. “Guarry, whose heart for helping others and whose kindness were extraordinary, was an involved and tireless advocate for the mission of CCC – to help foster children,” said Executive Director Lynne Roller. His wife and daughters will
accept the award on his behalf. Proceeds from the event are used to meet the unique needs of more than 4,000 central Oklahoma children and young adults living in foster care each year. “We are excited about this event and the impact it will have on Oklahoma foster children,” said Kelli Lay, CCC Board Vice President and Spring Fling Committee Chair. “Children who visit CCC feel a sense of self-confidence when they can select new clothing that belongs to them and is a style they like. Too often, foster children struggle to get and keep basic necessities.” Event sponsors to date include
The Chickasaw Nation, Ascent Resources, Arledge & Associates, BancFirst, Bank of Oklahoma, Crowe & Dunlevy, Glenn Harris, Hall Estill, John Cannon Law Firm, Kennedy Consulting Team, Mariner Wealth Advisors, Oklahoma Fidelity, Oklahoma City Thunder, Simmons Bank, Sooner Valet and TBS Factoring. Sponsorships, which include 8 tickets, are available at various levels and individual tickets are $75. Sponsorships and tickets can be purchased by visiting cccokc.org/donate, or contacting Julie Keller, email@example.com or (405) 753.4099. Currently, nearly 7,200 Okla-
homa children are living in foster care. Founded in 1984, CCC provides new clothing, shoes, books and a personal hygiene kit in seasonal visits four times per year through its Resource Center. In addition, CCC’s Back2School event provides a complete new outfit, backpack and school supplies for 600 foster kids and the Joy4Kids program fills Christmas wish lists for more than 1,200 children in foster care.
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Molly Wehrenberg with 2019 Byliner honorees Linda Haneborg, Lifetime; Christina Rehko, Philanthropy; and Jonna Kirschner, Law and Civic Involvement.
BYLINERS From Page 1 Women, retired as head nurse at St. Anthony Hospital Eye Surgery Department, Advocacy; Dr. Rosaline Nsikak, MHR, MHP, counselor, Nonprofit.
Past By-Liner honorees Lou Kerr and Justice Yvonne Kauger.
The ladies will be recognized during a luncheon at the Gaillardia Golf and Country Club, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Thursday, April 4. Byliner Awards have been presented since 1958 to recognize Oklahoma women who have made a significant contribution or impact in their com-
munity. Byliner honorees are recognized at an awards ceremony each spring and proceeds from the event fund the AWC scholarship program for women pursuing a communicationsrelated degree at an Oklahoma college. For more information, visit www.womcom.org.
LIBRARY From Page 1 changing needs of youth today.” Those improvements include: replacing the shelves for young-adult materials, adding a large group study table with bar stools, installing flexible, collaborative seating that will increase capacity from four to 10 teenagers, replacing the lounge furniture, adding eight or more lounge seats and providing single and collaborative study areas. The library, located at 10307 N. Pennsylvania Ave., was constructed in 1990. The City of The Village owns the building, but leases it to the MLS for a token $1 per year, City Manager Bruce Stone said. The city hopes to enlarge the building by up to 6,000 square feet “at some point in the future,” as recommended in The Village Vision plan developed last year, Stone said. Records indicate The Village Library is a popular site. Visits to the facility in fiscal year 2018 numbered 142,636. The facility logged a 68 percent increase in new cardholders since 2017 and a 33 percent increase in digital circulation, Stephens said. The library serves approximately 23,000 active customers, she said, including 2,042 active cardholders aged 13-18.
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Above: Shelves, desks and other pieces of furniture await assembly in the newly remodeled public library in The Village. At left: Painter John Farrell applies masking tape to a column in The Village Library in preparation for a coat of paint. The interior of the library has been completely repainted. - Photo by Mike W. Ray
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Hall’s Alina Wilson earns Cameron Scholarship
Heritage Hall senior Alina Wilson was one of 15 (out of 2,500 applicants) Bryan Cameron Education Foundation Cameron Impact Scholarship recipients. This prestigious 4-year, merit-based scholarship covers the full tuition and educational experiences at the recipients' collegiate institutions of choice. Selection criteria included: positive engagement in community service, strong leadership qualities, involvement in extracurricular activities, strong aca-
demics, and a passion for making a tangible and positive impact in the greater community and world. The foundation received nearly 2,500 reviewable applications for this year’s Cameron Impact Scholarship from all 50 states and abroad. Following an online application process, 100 Finalists from 34 states and/or territories were selected for in-person interviews. A Cameron Impact Scholar must demonstrate a positive engagement in community service, exhibit strong lead-
ership qualities, be active in extracurricular activities, and show strength in academics. Most notably, those identified as Cameron Impact Scholars must show a true passion to use their individual gifts and talents to make a tangible and positive impact on the world around them. The Bryan Cameron Education Foundation is a private, family foundation which was established by the Bay Area philanthropist, Bryan Cameron, in 2015 on the principle of making an impact.
Charger theatre produces ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’
n February, Joseph brought his coat of many colors to the Heritage Hall Howard Theatre for one of the most memorable school musicals to date – the Andrew Lloyd Webber classic Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Starring junior Noah McAdams and numerous Chargers of all ages, the musical showcased a playful and fresh adaptation of the famous Bible story. Its catchy tunes, inspiring message, and brilliant set design culminated in a show for the ages. Following the tale of a boy ostracized by his
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brothers into Egyptian slavery, the storyline tracks Joseph’s journey upward in society. Accompanied by no shortage of song and dance, the story begins in the ancient land of Canaan, where Joseph lives with his 12 brothers and father, Jacob. After Joseph shares with his brothers his dream of their sheaths of corn bowing down to his, they cast
Joseph into a well before selling him to the Egyptians. Bought by the wealthy Potiphar, Joseph ultimately rises through the ranks, setting up an emotional reunion with his father and brothers. While the cast clearly spent countless hours rehearsing, they weren’t the only ones who put their hearts into this production. Both the stage crew and orchestra devoted much time and effort into making this show the best it could be. Featuring songs from several music genres – including country, rock, and reggae, all
mixed with MiddleEastern themes – the show was especially rich in musical energy. Heritage Hall’s Director of Technical Theatre Steven Gillmore designed and constructed the set with the help of students in his Stagecraft class. Upper School teachers Ryan Ackerman, Callie Appleyard and Christa Thompson also devoted time constructing the set, as well as running the show backstage. Directing the musical part of the show were our esteemed Performing Arts teachers Jeanne Clewell,
Heritage Hall's Noah McAdams as Joseph in the Andrew Lloyd Webber classic, “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”
David Hillis and Bart Varner. Upper School dance instructor Chelsea Jones took charge of the show’s choreography. All of these contribu-
tions were expertly tied together by show director and Heritage Hall Fine Arts Department Chairman Jay Ferguson. Bravo, Chargers!
Bishop McGuinness students are bringing home the accolades
and and Orchestra students competed at OSSAA District Solo and Ensemble at Edmond Santa Fe High School last Saturday. Everyone who competed either received an Excellent or Superior Rating! Students receiving a Superior Rating qualified for state in April at OSU. State qualifiers are Fabio Chirinos, Emma Singletary, Hector Moncada Murillo, Ariel Santos, Olivia Ortega, Lourdes Ramirez, Angelica Graves, Summer Trowbridge, Martha Mondal, Raven Diver, Isabella Sanchez, Reece Chambers, Jill Cunningham, Sophia Silovsky and Caroline Roten. Congratulations everyone! • Jacob Marino
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and all of the Speech & Debate team competed at the District tournament this weekend. After seven rounds of competition, Jacob placed first in Dramatic Interp acting and will represent Oklahoma at the National Tournament this summer. • Brynden Walker committed to Oklahoma State University last week to play football. Brynden is just a junior, so he has one more year to set records. • Bishop McGuinness has 34 students who were chosen as Oklahoma Academic Scholars 2019. They
Cailin Harrington was recently notified by North Caroline State University that she has been selected for the prestigious Park Scholarship.
Hanna Newby was named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Swimming West roster.
are: Derek Abeln, Grace Affolder, Isabella Bice, Kailey Jo Carnin, Josephine Clark, Madeline Clarke, Brandon Dang, Ethan Dawson, Anna Doan, Michael Dwerlkotte, Madison Ernst, Cailin Harrington, Thomas Hughes and Miranda Jelinek. Also, Brandon Knight, Sabrina Lopez, Emma Love,
Josie Mashburn, Hanna Newby, Sang Nguyen, Xuan-Nhi Nguyen, Katelyn Pierce, Mollie Pitman, Parker Poarch, Roshan Raj, Sean Rieger, Stanley Rupert, Luke Schwartz, Hannah Segell, Patrick Sullivan, Victoria Sullivan, Christopher Tran and Vivienne Vogler. • Cailin Harrington was recently
Band and orchestra students performed at the OSSAA District Solo and Ensemble at Edmond Santa Fe High School.
notified by North Caroline State University that she has been selected for the prestigious Park Scholarship. Out of 2,400 applicants, Cailin was one of 40 finalists chosen. While at NCSU, Cailin will be majoring in mechanical engineering. • Congratulations to Hanna Newby
who was named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association AllState Swimming West roster. She will participate in the Monday, July 22 at 6:30 p.m. event as part of the annual All-State Week at Jenks High School. • Fall break is on the horizon. After that, it is only eight weeks of school left!
Harding Charter Prep details relocation process Harding Charter Preparatory High School principal, Steven Stefanick, addressed more than 100 school community stakeholders, along with over 600 viewers on a Facebook Live Stream, regarding the impending relocation of the school. Following approval by the Oklahoma City School Board of the Pathways 2 Greatness plan on March 4, the Harding Charter Preparatory Governance Board will enter into lease negotiations for possible relocation to what is now Centennial Middle/High School. Current and prospective
students, parents, Governance board members, community members, and alumni from both Harding Charter Preparatory High School and the original Harding High School (1958-1968) listened as Stefanick explained the school’s relocation branding: Embrace, Engage and Empower. At this informational meeting in the school’s auditorium, stakeholders were shown how the school is embracing this move as positive for the students and other stakeholders. Stefanick said the legacy of high academic achievement of those original Harding
alumni will continue as the core of the school’s mission. “Engaging the school’s community in the relocation process is vital to the success of the school,” he said. “We need all of our community supporters to rally with us as the school continues its success story.” The school’s administration, governance board, alumni and donors have been included in as many conversations as possible to ensure they feel empowered to spread the message of the successes of the students and faculty at the top free, public high school in Oklahoma.
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Whitney and Andy honored during party E
rnest and hardworking weathermen on TV exhibit heart-stopping glee at the mere suggestion of a snow storm and a forthcoming big one sends them into a manic happy dance that makes Charlie Brown’s Snoopy look lame. Acting on the information that snowmageddon was on its way, husband Jerry purchased an Amazon Fire Stick so we could snuggle and watch “The Marvelous Ms. Maisel” by the fire. Installation required using up two flashlight batteries and contortions worthy of “Cirque de Soleil.” He gleefully reported it up and running. We enjoyed the first episode of season one, and went on to episode two, then episode three. Saturated, we went for local news about the blizzard of ’19. Another “Ms. Maisel” appeared. Somehow it would show us nothing else, no news, no shopping network where I could buy knitting needles to fashion residual cat-hair into booties for people in Russia, no “Cooking with Lydia” where I could make peanutbutter sandwiches into Leprechaun shapes, NOTHING! I now fully understand the term “binge watch” and it took four days to get our TV guru out to show us what cables were plugged in mistakenly. AND, I didn’t even get to make snow ice cream. • Being all incrowd and sophisticated-like (we’d like you to believe that), the host couples giving a wedding party for Whitney Ingram and Andy Watkins knew that a “signature drink” would add a fun touch. One host couple, Gale and Jim Askins, were given that responsibility of creating this concoction in their bar and kitchen. They had a big old time mixing a brew advertised at the party as THE WATKINS. The Askins’ floor was sticky
with cranberry juice, fruit, 7-UP and vodka, but a pretty elixir emerged. Other host couples were Marilyn and Jim Case in whose home the party was held, Barbara and Phil Bowersox, Patti and Dick Marshall, Mary Jo and Hank Tatum, Bette and Jim MacKellar, Gale and Jim Askins, Linda Carpenter and we Richardsons. A sleek and substantial glass vase just filled with orchids, pink and greenery was the centerpiece and the hostess gift to Whitney and Andy. Guests included Marilyn and Charlie Bethea, Judy and Don Garrett, Barbara and George Dahnke, Tanya Turner, Ellen and Don Lisle, Donna and Stan Harrison, Teresa Moinette and Leslie Wasson, SoRelle Fitzgerald, Eddi and Franklin Naifeh, Betsy and Nick Berry, and Whitney’s parents, Karen and Earl Ingram. • While dusting a bookshelf, I pulled out an erudite volume titled, “The Encyclopedia of Immaturity” – now why would that be at MY house? Page 85 flopped open and the chapter was titled, “Why Do Birds Poop on Your Head?” Such a scientific curiosity just grabbed me in. Apparently, a vigorous mathematical equation results in the mind-blowing formula that each of us should get hit no more than once every five years. Annoyingly I am getting somebody else’s share. The intensely learned text ended with, “Wake up people! We are bird toilets! They laugh at us in their nests while they tally up hits.” Further columns will electrify you with information on
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Hostesses for a wedding party for Whitney and Andy are Linda Carpenter, Mary Jo Tatum, Bette MacKellar, Marilyn Case, Patti Marshall, Barbara Bowersox and Gale Bollinger Askins.
A proud Andy Watkins shows off his lovely bride-tobe Whitney Ingram.
“Make Your Own Barf Bag,” “How to Make Radio-Controlled Underwear” and the Shakespearean edition of “How to Talk Trash” which employs words such as clotpole and mewling and spleeny. You’re in for a ride! • Carolyn Hall’s family surprised her with a birthday party, and the family members alone would have filled the room, but friends arrived also. Flowers filled the back room at Rococo as did great things to eat and desserts. Husband Tom Hall grinned the whole party along with Carolyn’s daughters: Margaret Massey, Dianna Wynne and Elizabeth Lisle, and scads of grandchildren and even greatgrandchildren. Elizabeth Lisle and I saw Karen Ingram, and Elizabeth started laugh-
Maggie Massey with Margaret Massey as Mom Carolyn Hall and Tom Hall welcome guests to a big birthday party.
Carolyn Hall's twin daughters, Elizabeth Lisle and Dianne Wynne catch up with friends at the party held at Rococo's.
Bringing birthday cards for Carolyn Hall are Donna Murray, Darlene Shadid and Patti Marshall.
ing as she used to baby-sit little Whitney and Amy Ingram. Elizabeth shared that one night after the girls were tucked into bed, she started watching the (then) horror film, “Jaws.” She kept hoping the little girls would wake up and join her, or Karen and Earl would get home because she was
scared to pieces. Others celebrating were Donna Murray, Ruth Ann Tucker, Barbara Thompson, Susie Nelson, Earl Ingram, Marilyn Meade, Marian Kiker, Penny Replogle, Darlene Shadid and Elizabeth Prosser. I swear I saw Dick Marshall licking the frosting off a cup-
cake, but perhaps I was mistaken. Also saw Linda Walters, Patti Marshall, Carole Sue Broughton, Anne and Brian Henderson, Nancy and Bob Ramsey, Kitty Champlin, Doug Bell, Cinda Lafferty, Judy Liebermann, Sally Smith, Pat Timberlake, and Linda Rodgers.
Adding to Carolyn's surprise celebration are Marilyn Meade, Carolyn Barnes and Kitty Champlin.
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Six-year-old shares her ideas for Lone Oak Park; Stonecipher says you should, too By Mark Stonecipher OKC City Vice Mayor Ward 8 You know at City Hall we receive a lot of mail every day. In mid-December I received a package that stood out from all the other mail. For some reason, it caught my eye, so I picked it to look at first and noticed a couple of interesting things on the cover of the package. First it was from Grace Rogers, who I did not know; second it said to “handle with care”; and third, Grace Rogers stamp selection was humorous in that the stamps were the same as her last name Mr. Rogers Neighborhood Stamps. So being told to handle with care, I gently opened the package and much to my surprise it was a handmade thank you note from 6 year-old Grace Rogers. Grace sent me a thank you note for
the new 131 acre Lone Oak Park that will be built near 150th and Portland. She not only thanked me for the new park but also nicely let me know what she thought should go in the park. I replied to her note, thanking her for giving me new ideas for what should go into our new Lone Oak Park and the reason I am telling you this is because we are looking for your ideas too. Tell us what you think should be in the new park! So if you have some ideas on what you want in the new park, please let us know by email to email@example.com or regular mail to 200 N. Walker, 3rd Floor, Oklahoma City, Okla. 73102, Attention Mark Stonecipher. Our Parks and Recreations director said it best when he said this is your new park and you should decide what goes in the park. The focal point of the
park will be the Oak Tree that some say maybe at least 150years-old. Historically, it is interesting to note that the tree sits on land that was the old Dean McGee Farm. Mr. McGee was one of the founders of Kerr McGee Oil and Gas Company. So they say, he loved the Oak tree so much that he named
his farm Lone Oak Farm because of this mammoth tree that sits alone. So please let us know what you would like to see in the park. But I am sorry to say that 6 year-old Grace Rogers gets first preference because she wrote me first with what she felt needed to go into the park.
Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program advocates for seniors Safety should be a top priority when it concerns our residents in long-term care settings. There are a large number of Americans (1.4 million according to the CDC in 2014) who do not require hospital level care, but are unable to be safely cared for at home. This population resides in long-term care facilities. While there are challenges in any com-
munal living situation, resident safety should be the main focus of each and every longterm care facility and employee of those facilities. Patients in longterm care are disproportionately older and chronically ill. More often than not, they enter the facility after a stay in a hospital setting when they are in a weakened state. Safety concerns include medication
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care settings where safety is concerned. The Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program is in place to advocate for elderly Oklahomans who reside in Long Term Care facilities. As our aging population grows, so does the need to make sure our loved ones are being cared for.
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Emergency Responders Assistance Program
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Patron Party fetes Emergency Responders Program A patron party for Emergency Responders Assistance Program (ERAP), a nonprofit that underwrites mental health seminars for first responders who were traumatized by critical incidents, took place at the home of Fridaylanders Edie Roodman and Dr. Eli Reshef. The guest of honor was former Oklahoma City Police Captain Byron “Bo” Boshell who served 25 years on the force before moving on to head security at INTEGRIS. Among the 40 plus attendees were Hardy Watkins, VP community relations, INTEGRIS; Jonna Kirschner and son Winston, VP Chickasaw Nation Industries; Markie Martin, Anchor Channel 5; Dr. David Kallenberger; Dr. Steve Cagle and son David; Chip Oppenheim; Don Karchmer; Mike Taylor; and members of the board. ERAP’s Board of Directors is made up of lay leaders and first responders. The seminars the organization sponsors are designed to combat adverse effects of critical incidents that include depression, domestic violence, substance abuse, and suicide common in affected first responders. Workshops are led by mental health workers, as well as peers, many of whom have experienced similar trauma.
From left: John Scully, director, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics; and Doug White, executive director, ERAP celebrate Captain (retired) Byron “Bo” Boshell, security chief. INTEGRIS.
From left: Capt. (ret.) Byron “Bo” Boshell; William “Bill” Citty, chief of police, OKCPD visit with Eli Reshef, M.D. following his introductory remarks.
David Shupe, former deputy chief, OKCPD shares a light moment with General Lee Levy’s (retired USAF).
Major Don Martin, OKCPD, Doug White, executive director, ERAP, with Martin’s mixed media painting especially commissioned for ERAP’s annual fundraiser.
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Sunbeam hopes to provide Powerful Tools for Caregivers Sunbeam Family Services is offering Powerful Tools for Caregivers, a six week evidence-based educational program designed to help family caregivers take care of themselves while caring for a relative or friend. Attendees will benefit from this class whether
they are helping a parent, spouse, friend, or someone who lives at home, in a nursing home, or even across the country. Powerful Tools for Caregivers helps family caregivers reduce stress, improve self-confidence, better commu-
nicate feelings, balance their lives, increase their ability to make tough decisions and locate helpful resources. This class meets once a week for six weeks and each class builds on the previous week’s information. Two experienced class leaders conduct
the series. Many leaders are experienced caregivers themselves, who have successfully applied the techniques they teach. Interactive lessons, discussions and brainstorming help caregivers put the techniques learned into action. Powerful Tools for Caregivers classes are set for April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, and May 6, 9-11:30 a.m. at Sunbeam Family Services, 1100 N.W. 14th Street. A donation of $25 is suggested to cover the cost of the book, but is not required to attend. To register, call Talena Ford at 609-
6551 or email Andrea Hughes at ahuges@ sunbeamfamilyservices.org. Through March 31, Sunbeam is asking the community to join them in “giving hope and restoring dignity” for Oklahoma’s homeless seniors through raising $65,000 to fund Sunbeam’s Emergency Senior Shelter, the only homeless shelter for seniors in the state. Each year between 90–110 homeless seniors aged 60 and older seek safety in the Emergency Senior Shelter, many of whom are without a family support system and have a limit-
ed monthly income. For more information, visit sunbeamfamilyservices.org/dig nity or call 609-8994. About Sunbeam Family Services: Founded in 1907, Sunbeam Family Services is one of Oklahoma’s longest serving nonprofits and is one of the original United Way of Central Oklahoma Community partners. Sunbeam’s mission is to provide help, hope and the opportunity to succeed to people of all ages and all stages of life in central Oklahoma through early childhood, counseling, foster care and Senior Services.
Chih-Long Hu next in concert series
Pianist Chih-Long Hu will perform Sunday as the next concert in the 36th Annual Piano Artist Series. The concert will take place at 2:30 p.m. at All Souls’ Episcopal Church, 6400 N. Penn Ave. The concert will include selections from Schubert, Chopin and Mozart. Admission is $20 for adults and children and students are free. For more information, visit www.pianoartistseries.com.
American Heart Association
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Hearts on Fire Central Oklahoma Heart Ball supports cardiovascular research By Rose Lane Editor The hearts of American Heart Association patrons were on fire during the 2019 Central Oklahoma Heart Ball at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. The event raised money for cardiovascular research and programs to improve the health of the community. The Heart Ball chairmen were Ron and Kara Gregory and Alan Casiano. During the gala, 42 Sweethearts were presented by their fathers. The American
Heart Association Sweethearts are high school girls who participate in educational and social activities through the organization, including CPR training, a teleparty fundraiser, a lobby day at the state Capitol, father-daughter cooking lessons and more. The event also included a performance by illusionist Rob Lake and a presentation by A. Jaye Johnson, a stroke survivor. Those who attended also enjoyed dinner, live and silent auctions and dancing to the music of the Adam Aguilar Band.
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Bill, Terry, Larry and Sweetheart Sophia Mathis support the mission of the American Heart Association which is â€œto be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives. For more photos, see Page B2.
Above: Sweethearts Maddie Rowland and Sweetheart AnnaCate Howeth. At left: Cate Leonard and her mom Carrie. Heart Ball CoChairmen Alan Casiano and Ron Gregory and Kara Gregory welcome attendees to the Heart Ball.
Above: Caroline Pardo, sister and Sweetheart Isabela Pardo and mom Dinana Hampton. Below: Heart Association supporters John Thompson, Bob Lane and Tsinena Thompson.
Above: Sweetheart Lainey Gray, center, with her grandparents Dave and Jean McLaughlin. At left: Sweethearts Campbell Garoutte and Lily McWilliams.
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The Roten family, from left: Becky, Sweetheart Caroline, Alan, grandmother Lil Ross and William.
Hearts on Fire
Above: Steve Curry listens as illusionist Rob Lake, who has appeared on “America’s Got Talent,” performs an illusion. At left: Ryan Leonard dances with his daughter and Sweetheart Cate.
Patron Party celebrates 2019 Heart Ball supporters 2019 Heart Ball Co-Chairmen Alan Casiano and Kara Gregory with Ron Gregory, Sandra Leaver, Jason White and Chris Kenney at the Patron Party, hosted by Mercedes-Benz of Oklahoma City.
Above: AHA Sweethearts, above: Rachel Abbott, Alysse Clark, Elizabeth Wright and Hannah Lee. At left: Sweetheart parents — Craig and Maria Abbott and Shelly and Todd Clark.
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Scovill - Holder Rachel Holder and Sam Scovill were united in marriage, late afternoon on February 16, 2019. The ceremony was in Old Trinity of Paseo in Oklahoma City. Miss Holder is the daughter of Melina Nelson and the late Drew Holder. The Bride was attended by, Kashmir Davis, Melissa Fahringer and Christina Stratton all dressed in lavender. She was given in marriage by her uncle, Patrick Johnson. Sara
Nichols acted as flower girl. The Groom was attended by Jake Bone, Will Scovill and Cody Jennings. Sam is the son of Bret and Shelly Scovill. Ms. Hayley Twyman Brack was the officiant and a personal friend of the groom. After the wedding, a casual reception was held on the upper level of Pony Boy, next to the historic Tower Theater in Oklahoma City. In attendance were
friends and family. Including councilman elect James Cooper, Sean Turpin, Patrick Riley (aka The Lost Ogle) and Rachel’s Grandmother Lisa Johnson. Those who know Sam and Rachel rejoiced in the union and wished them well. Sam and Rachel will be making their home in the Mayfair neighborhood in Oklahoma City. They are planning a honeymoon in the summer of 2019.
All-Mozart evening of chamber music The Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble will present its fifth and final regular-season concert, Mozart: From Salzburg to Vienna, Tuesday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m. This allMozart evening will feature his most popular work, Eine kleine Nachtmusik. Mozart’s String Duo No. 1 in G (K. 423) for violin and viola was written when the child-genius was only 17 to help out a colleague—Joseph Haydn’s brother, Michael—who was unable to complete a commissioned work due to illness. By this time, Mozart had been composing for over a decade so, though it is a youthful work, it does not lack maturity. Like Eine kleine Nachtmusik, the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in B-flat (K. Anh. 91), for two vio-
lins, viola, cello and clarinet, was published after the composer’s death at the early age of 35. The quintet, like a number of Mozart’s later works, was finished by another, in this case, the renowned Mozart scholar R.D. Levin. The program will include Mozart’s enchanting Violin Sonata No. 24 in B-flat (K. 378/317d), transcribed for clarinet quartet (violin, viola, cello and clarinet). Capping the evening is a work that has long been considered Mozart’s best loved, his serenade Eine kleine Nachtmusik— literally “A Little Night Music” (K. 525) for two violins, viola, cello and double bass. This work was among a bundle of manuscripts that Mozart’s young widow took to a publisher hoping to generate some badly-need-
ed cash. Though it is thought to be missing a movement, there is plenty of charm in the surviving four movements. Musicians appearing in this concert are: Gregory Lee and Katrin Stamatis (violin), Samuel Formicola (viola), Meredith Blecha-Wells (cello), George Speed (double bass) and Chad Burrow (clarinet). Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble, Oklahoma City’s own chamber ensemble, presents fine classical chamber music in the beautiful and acoustically-rich St. Paul’s Cathedral at 7th and N. Robinson near downtown OKC. Tickets are $20 at the door. Children, students and active-duty military personnel admitted free with ID. For more information, visit brightmusic.org.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION No. FD-2019-659
State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma County
DISTRICT COURT OF OKLAHOMA COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA CV-2019-545
In the District Court within and for said County and State.
IN RE: The name of: Glendalynn Deshon Ezell
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Nhien Pham Thuy Nguyen, Plaintiff vs. Dana Maurice Straughter, Defendant The State of Oklahoma to the said Defendant, Greeting: You, the said defendant, will take notice that you have been sued in the above named Court in the above named and numbered cause for a divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable incompatibility and you must answer Plaintiff’s petition filed herein on or before the 17 day of April 2019, or said petition will be taken as true and judgment for said Plaintiff will be rendered against you according to prayer of Plaintiff’s petition. RICK WARREN, Court Clerk /s/Gail Bowlby, Deputy Clerk
TO: All interested parties. Take notice that Glendalynn Ezell has petitioned to change his/her name to Glendalynn Madison. A Hearing on said petition is set for 10 o’clock A.M. on the 18 day of April, 2019, before Judge Timmons in his/her courtroom in the Oklahoma County Courthouse. Should you know of some reason why this change of name should not be allowed you must file a written protest in the above styled and numbered cause prior to the above date with the Clerk of this Court. Should you fail to do so, the petition for change of name will be granted as prayed. RICK WARREN, Court Clerk /s/L. Chappell By: DEPUTY (SEAL) LPXLP
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(Published in OKC Friday, Friday, March 15, 2019; Friday, March 22, 2019) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF OKLAHOMA COUNTY STATE OF OKLAHOMA IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MURRAY G. ANDERSON, Deceased.
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COMBINED NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION, FINAL ACCOUNTING, DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP, DISTRIBUTION AND DISCHARGE To: All persons interested in the Estate of Murray G. Anderson, Deceased YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on the 28th day of February, 2019, Michelle S. Anderson(“Petitioner”), a resident of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, filed in the District Court of Oklahoma County, a Petition for Summary Administration of the above-referenced Estate pursuant to 58 O.S. § 245-46, in which Petitioner alleges and states that Murray G. Anderson died on December 12, 2018 as a resident of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma; that at the time of his death, the Decedent was 49 years old; Petitioner has diligently searched for and failed to find a will belonging to the Decedent and that said Decedent died testate; that the probable value of the Decedent’s estate is less than $200,000.00; and that the names and addresses of the heirs of Murray G. Anderson, Deceased, are as follows:
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AUCTION SATURDAY, MARCH 16 – 9:00 AM Seller Robert and Maurleen Baker
2401 Southbend Rd. Edmond 73034 3546 Sqft rock home on 2 acres; 1953 MG Roadster; 1998 Cadillac Seville; 2005 Toyota Sequoia; Jeep Wagoneer; 2000 Polaris Ranger 6x6; 16ft trailer; 2 flat bottom boats; 2 canoes. Lots of hunting and fishing gear, tools and furniture.
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YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a hearing on the Petition for Summary Administration and a Final Accounting, Determination of Heirship, Distribution and Discharge of the Estate of Murray G. Anderson will be held on the 16th of April, 2019 at 9:00a.m., in the courtroom of the Honorable Richard Kirby of the District Court of Oklahoma County, State of Oklahoma. You may file objections to the petition at any time before the final hearing and send a copy to the attorney of record for Petitioner at the following address: Erick Harris, Pierce, Couch, Hendrickson, Baysinger & Green, P.O. Box 26350, Oklahoma City, OK 73126. If you have no objections, you need not appear at the hearing or make any filings with the Court. In the absence of any objections, you will be deemed to have waived any objections to the Petition. At the hearing, the court will determine whether summary proceedings are appropriate and, if so, whether the estate of the Decedent will be distributed and to whom the estate of the Decedent will be distributed. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that in accordance with the provisions of 58 O.S. §246, the claim of any creditor will be barred unless the claim is presented to the Special Administrator, Michelle S. Anderson, by and through her attorney of record at the above-stated address, no more than thirty (30) days following the granting of the order admitting the petition and combined notice, or the same will be forever barred. Dated this 6th day of March, 2019.
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____________________________ ERICK W. HARRIS, OBA #32004 PIERCE, COUCH, HENDRICKSON, BAYSINGER & GREEN P.O. Box 26350 Oklahoma City, OK 73126 Telephone: (405) 235-1611 Facsimile: (405) 235-2904 firstname.lastname@example.org Attorney for the Petitioner, Michelle S. Anderson
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02-20-19 BOCC Minutes Call to Order by Brian Maughan, Chairman, at 9:00 a.m. Present:3 - County Commissioner Brian Maughan, County Commissioner Kevin Calvey, and County Commissioner Carrie Blumert Notice of the meeting was posted February 15, 2019. Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance was led by Danny Lambert, Chief Deputy/Finance Director, County Clerk’s Office. Approve the minutes of the meeting of February 13, 2019, prepared by the County Clerk as authorized by statute (19 O.S. § 243, 244, and 445) subject to additions or corrections by the Board of County Commissioners. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Maughan moved, Calvey seconded, to re-open and approve as amended. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Approval of the Consent Agenda A motion was made by Blumert, seconded by Calvey, to approve the Consent Agenda. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 -Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Consent Agenda The following items are Consent Items and are routine in nature: Monthly Report of fees for January, 2019. Court Fund -Bank of Oklahoma: Revolving:BeginningBalance: $1,503,526.25 $428,292.05 Deposits & Canceled Vouchers: $977,792.54 $35,039.19 Disbursements: $ 1,661,703.19 $18,552.85 Ending Balance: $819,615.60 $ 444,778.39 Approved Monthly Report of fees for January, 2019. Court Clerk-Sheriff Fees:$81,902.06 Sheriff Incarceration Fees: $162.65 Law Library Fees:$33,011.44 Revolving Fund Fees:$47,240.03 Drug Court User Fees:$7,941.25 Community Service Fees: $0.00 Approved Monthly Report of Fees for January, 2019.County ClerGeneral Fund $418,191.36 County Clerk Lien Fee Fund: $7,906.44 UCC Central Filing Fund: $53,937.32 Records Preservation Fund: $65,405.00 OK. Tax Comm % of Doc Stamps: $412,252.89 Mechanics Liens/Investments: $161,473.18 Refunds:$15,783.64 Total Receipts: $1,434,949.83 Approved Monthly Report of Fees for January, 2019. Board of County Commissoners -Escrow Cash Bond Depository Account #8202: $0.00 DA Civil Fee Depository Account #8203:$0.00Commissioners/Culvert Pipe Sales Depository Account #8206: $1,645.95 Commissioners/Prevention of Child Abuse Depository Account #8204: $0.00Total Receipts: $1,645.95 Approved Receive Depository Fund Accounts Summary for the month of December 201 Requested by Forrest “Butch” Freeman, Oklahoma County Treasurer. Approved Receive Depository Fund Accounts Summary for the month of January 2019. Requested by Forrest “Butch” Freeman, Oklahoma County Treasurer. Approved 8. Receive the following litigation: Case No. CV-2019-206 Amended Petition Case No. CV-2019-216 Petition Case No. TC-2019-005 Tort Claim Case No. TC-2019-006 Tort Claim Case No. CV-2019-221 Affidavit of Mailing Approved Approval of Workers’ Compensation claim payments from Consolidated Benefits Resources in the amount of $8,901.94 for the period of 02/12/2019. Approved Approval of Transcript of Proceeding from the County Treasurer Approved Approve Employee Benefit Warrant No. 711724 through 712108 for Oklahoma County in the amount of $ 178,984.46 pending notification of encumbrance to Jackie Wilson, County Treasurer’s Office. Approved Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-579 disposing of equipment from the inventory of the Oklahoma County Juvenile Bureau. These items are broken or obsolete, and are too costly to repair, and with the requested disposal will be junked in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19 Section 421. One (1) Powerheart AED, c/n SQ646-00023, s/n 320336, acquired 05/16/2003 from Cardiac Science Corporation, PO Box 83261, Chicago, IL 60691 for $1937.50 One (1) Powerheart AED, c/n SQ646-00024, s/n 319921, acquired 05/16/2003 from Cardiac Science Corporation, PO Box 83261, Chicago, IL 60691 for $1937.50 Approved Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-580 disposing of equipment from the inventory of the Oklahoma County Juvenile Bureau. These items are broken or obsolete, and are too costly to repair, and with the requested disposal will be junked in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19 Section 421. One (1) AH Executive 2 GE Radio, c/n SR601-00014, s/n 7402011, acquired 01/01/1977 from an unknown vendor for $1080.00 One (1) AH Executive 2 GE Radio, c/n SR601-00015, s/n 7402012, acquired 01/01/1977 from an unknown vendor for $1080.00 One (1) AH Executive 2 GE Radio, c/n SR601-00016, s/n 7402015 acquired 01/01/1977 from an unknown vendor for $1080.00 One (1) AH Executive 2 GE Radio, c/n SR601-00017, s/n 402016 acquired 01/01/1977 from an unknown vendor for $1080.00 One (1) AH Executive 2 GE Radio, c/n SR601-00018, s/n 7402020 acquired 01/01/1977 from an unknown vendor for $1080.00 One (1) GE Receiver Transmitter, c/n SR60100020, s/n 8298343, acquired 09/25/1978 from an unknown vendor for $1000.00 One (1) GE Receiver Transmitter, c/n SR601-00021, s/n 1295611, acquired 10/31/1981 from an unknown vendor for $1415.00 One (1) GE Receiver Transmitter, c/n SR601-00022, s/n 1295617, acquired 10/31/1981 from an unknown vendor for $1415.00 One (1) Motorola HT-1000 Portable Radio, c/n SR601-00034, s/n 402AYVC-5766, acquired 03/20/1998 from an unknown vendor for $752.00 One (1) Motorola HT-1000 Portable Radio, c/n SR601-00044, s/n 402AYVC-5856, acquired 03/20/1998 from an unknown vendor for $752.00 One (1) One Link Wireless HT Radio, c/n SR601-00056, s/n 402TZLJ190, acquired 07/30/1999 from Radios Unlimited, Inc dba One Link Wireless, 7321 N. Broadway, Oklahoma City, OK 73116 for $681.45 One (1) Motorola Radio Charger, c/n SR601-00068, acquired 08/30/2000 from Total Radio, Inc., 1111 Cornell Parkway, Oklahoma City, OK 73108 for $639.00 One (1) Kitchen Can Rack, c/n SR616-00019, s/n S010509, acquired 06/18/2003 from Oswalt Equipment Co., 1015 NW68th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73116 for $420.00 Approved Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-581 disposing of equipment from the inventory of the Oklahoma County District #3. These items have been sold at auction, and with the requested approval will be removed from inventory in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19 Section 421. One (1) 1975 Ford LT 8000 Wrecker, c/n DC302-00312, s/n U81BVW50402, acquired 12/02/1975 from Sooner Ford, Oklahoma City, OK for $19,328.00; Sold 07/10/2017 to Duane Polok, Southwest Truckparts, Pratt, KS for $1470.16 One (1) Red Dot R-7830 Truck Air Conditioner, c/n DC333-00376, acquired 02/22/1999 from Central States Thermo King for $1,481.00; Sold 07/10/2017 to Duane Polok, Southwest Truckparts, Pratt, KS for $112.70 Approved Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-582 disposing of equipment from the inventory of the Oklahoma County District #3. These items have been replaced under warranty and with the requested approval will be removed from inventory in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19 Section 421.One (1) Cisco Wireless Access Point, c/n DC250-0032, s/n SFCW2126J9PG, acquired 03/26/2018 from Presidio, PO Box 822169, Philadelphia, PA 19182 for $719.19 Approved Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-583 disposing of equipment from the inventory of the Oklahoma County District #3. These items have been traded in and with the requested approval will be removed from inventory in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19 Section 421. One (1) 2018 Leeboy 1000G Paver, c/n DC325-00316, s/n 177337, acquired 05/03/2018 from Kirby Smith, 6715 W. Reno Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73127 for $88,296.00 Approved Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-588 disposing of equipment from the inventory of the Oklahoma County District #1. These items have been sold at auction, and with the requested approval will be removed from inventory in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19 Section 421. One (1) 1988 Ford One Tone F350 Truck, c/n DA302-00237, s/n 1FDKF38M5JKA17488, acquired 08/01/2016 from Oklahoma County Emergency Management on transfer T-3-16; Originally purchased from a vendor not on record for $17,475.00; Sold 08/30/2017 to Dane Brecheen, Brecheen Farm, Coalgate, OK for $1,767.00 One (1) John Deere 710D Backhoe Loader w/ Bucket, c/n DA312-00107, s/n T0710DJ799948, acquired 06/01/1994 from C.L. Boyd, 4220 W. Reno, Oklahoma City, OK 73107 for $88,644.00; Sold 08/30/2017 to Michael Frack, Pomona, KS for $10,695.00 One (1) Industrial Air 11HP Air Compressor, c/n DA406-00109, s/n T2425395, acquired 11/13/1996 from Industrial Air, for $1,676.00; Sold 08/30/2017 to Neal Stephenson, Stephenson Farms, Camargo, OK for $160.00 One (1) Emerson 25 Ton Hydraulic Air Jack, c/n DA410-00111, s/n M690-537, acquired 05/09/1991 from a vendor not on record for $1,055.00; Sold 08/30/2017 to Dennis Duren, Norman, OK for $110.00 One (1) Coats 4050A Center Post Tire Changer, c/n DA44400108, s/n 0994150878, acquired 10/11/1994 from Burdette Supply, 100 N. Quapah, Space J, Oklahoma City,OK 73107 for $2,000.00; Sold 08/30/2017 to Steve Sowers, Imperial, KS for $627.75 Approved Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-591 disposing of equipment from the inventory of Oklahoma County District #1. This item was stolen, and with the requested disposal will be removed from inventory in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19 Section 421. One (1) Apple IPAD, c/n DA250-00009, s/n SDLXH3CV9DJ8V, acquired 03/16/2012 from CDW Government, Inc., 75 Remittance Dr., #1515, Chicago, IL 60675 for $699.00 Approved Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-593 disposing of equipment from the inventory of the Oklahoma County District #1. This item has been traded in and with the requested approval will be removed from inventory in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19 Section 421. One (1) John Deere 6415 Tractor, c/n DA304-00125, s/n LO6415D52298, acquired 06/07/2007 from John Deere Company, 2000 John Deere Run, Cary, NC 27513 for $24,450.00 Approved Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-619 disposing of equipment from the inventory of the Oklahoma County Assessor. These items are broken or obsolete, and are too costly to repair, and with the requested disposal will be junked in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19 Section 421. One (1) HP LaserJet 4100NT Printer, c/n H236-01108, acquired 07/31/2001 from SDF Professional Computers, Inc., 813 S. Evans St., Greenville, NC 27834 for $1693.54 One (1) Gateway 2000 Solo Computer w/ Accessories, c/n H236-01115, acquired 07/31/2001 from Pacific East Industries, 4409 Camino de las Estrellas, Newbury Park, CA 73120 for $3123.00 One (1) HP Compaq TC1100 Tablet, c/n H236-01384, s/n KRD41002B6, acquired 03/22/2004 from Hewlett Packard Co., 10810 Farnam Dr., Omaha, NE 68154 for $2531.00 One (1) Wireless Router w/ Power Injector, c/n H236-01391, acquired 03/18/2004 from Chickasaw Telecom, Inc., 5 N. McCormick, Oklahoma City, OK 73127 for $613.12 One (1) HP LaserJet 4200N Printer, c/n H236-01476, s/n USGNX42742, cquired 08/23/2004 from Mediasoft, Inc., 7301 Broadway Extension, Suite 120, Oklahoma City, OK 73116 for $1592.00 One (1) Dell 24” Monitor, c/n H236-01623, s/n OCC3024663476J2OPU, acquired 06/22/2007 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $598.76 One (1) Dell Inspiron XPS M1530 Laptop, c/n H236-01702, s/n 2WD1ZH1, acquired 02/27/2009 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $2228.00 One (1) Lenovo Thinkpad, c/n H236-01703, s/n 8.84343E+11, acquired 03/25/2009 from Solutions4sure.com dba Tech Depot, PO Box 416444, Boston, MA 02241 for $1157.26 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 Minitower PC, c/n H250-00005, s/n BFH9HQ1, acquired 05/31/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $930.53 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 Minitower PC, c/n H25000007, s/n BFH8HQ1, acquired 05/31/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $930.53 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00008, s/n 7XWPHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00009, s/n 7XVQHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00010, s/n 7XWNHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00019, s/n 7XMPHQQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00020, s/n 7XNQHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00021, s/n 7XQNHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00022, s/n 7XRPHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00025, s/n 7XVPHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H25000026, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00027, s/n 7XQPHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00028, s/n 7XRQHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00030, s/n 7XMQHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00031, s/n 7XNNHQ!1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H25000032, s/n 7XPPHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00033, s/n 7XQQHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00034, s/n 7XSNHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00035, s/n 7XTPHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00036, s/n 7XNPHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00037, s/n 7XPQHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00038, s/n 7XRNHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00039, s/n 7XSPHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Dell Optiplex 780 SFF PC, c/n H250-00040, s/n 7XTQHQ1, acquired 06/09/2011 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $918.77 One (1) Apple IPAD 2 w/ Accessories, c/n H250-00043, s/n DLXFXCHPDJHG, acquired 07/07/2011 from CDW Government, Inc., 75 Remittance Dr., #1515, Chicago, IL 60675 for $729.00 One (1) Dell Ultra Sharp U3011 Monitor, c/n H250-00051, s/n B6SR6S1, acquired 06/28/2012 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $1079.28 One (1) Dell Optiplex Minitower PC, c/n H250-00061, s/n 24YW4V1, acquired 06/18/2012 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $861.57 One (1) Dell Optiplex Minitower PC, c/n H250-00063, s/n B2K45V1, acquired 06/18/2012 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $861.57 One (1) Lenovo X230 Thinkpad Tablet, c/n H250-00075, s/n R9R8TW1, acquired 07/27/2012 from PC Mall Gov., File 55327, Los Angeles, CA 90074 for $1515.00 One (1) Lenovo X230 Thinkpad Tablet, c/n H250-00077, s/n R9R8TWA, acquired 07/27/2012 from PC Mall Gov., File 55327, Los Angeles, CA 90074 for $1515.00 One (1) Lenovo X230 Thinkpad Tablet, c/n H250-00089, s/n R9R8TWK, acquired 07/27/2012 from PC Mall Gov., File 55327, Los Angeles, CA 90074 for $1515.00 One (1) Lenovo X230 Thinkpad Tablet, c/n H25000090, s/n R9R8TWN, acquired 07/27/2012 from PC Mall Gov., File 55327, Los Angeles, CA 90074 for $1515.00 One (1) Lenovo X230 Thinkpad Tablet, c/n H250-00093, s/n R9R8TWH, acquired 07/27/2012 from PC Mall Gov., File 55327, Los Angeles, CA 90074 for $1515.00 One (1) Lenovo X230 Thinkpad Tablet, c/n H250-00096, s/n R9R8TW5, acquired 07/27/2012 from PC Mall Gov., File 55327, Los Angeles, CA 90074 for $1515.00 One (1) Lenovo X230 Thinkpad Tablet, c/n H250-00098, s/n R9R8TWD, acquired 07/27/2012 from PC Mall Gov., File 55327, Los Angeles, CA 90074 for $1515.00 One (1) Dell Optiplex 7010 Minitower EPA Base, c/n H250-00108, s/n GNWTHX1, acquired 07/08/2013 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $1298.80 One (1) Dell Optiplex 7010 Minitower EPA Base, c/n H250-00117, s/n GNWQHX1, acquired 07/08/2013 from Dell Inc. Marketing LP, PO Box 676021, Dallas, TX 75267 for $1298.80 One (1) Lenovo X230 Thinkpad Tablet, c/n H250-00178, s/n 1A34355AUPK2TZPC, acquired 09/18/2014 from CDW Government, Inc., 75 Remittance Dr., #1515, Chicago, IL 60675 for $1179.75 One (1) Lenovo X230 Thinkpad Tablet, c/n H250-00179, s/n 1A34355AUPK2TZT9, acquired 09/18/2014 from CDW Government, Inc., 75 Remittance Dr., #1515, Chicago, IL 60675 for $1179.75 Approved Discussion and possible action for approval of temporary Tin Horn Installation. This item is in compliance with Resolution No. 118-08. Requested by Stacey Trumbo, PE, County Engineer. 2-2019-01 $1,702.77 Approved Approve Employee Benefit (CVS) Invoice #52429269 in the amount of $ 129,416.24 pending notification of encumbrance to Jackie Wilson, County Treasurer’s Office. Approved End of Consent Docket Awards. Tabulation onf bids from the Central Purchasing Department with recommendation for selection of lowest and best bid: CW19026 Paint and Related Items Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve Award No. 5-19. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Departmental Items Discussion and possible action to approve the Agreement for Specific Assistance between Oklahoma County and the Millwood Public School District pursuant to Title 19 O.S. § 339(17) and Title 19 O.S. § 359; to assist Millwood Public Schools with removing an existing athletic field to make way for the installation of new athletic field located on school property; County agrees to incur an amount not to exceed $29,034.60 for materials, labor and equipment and to reimburse Highway Cash in an amount not to exceed $10,152.00 for labor and equipment cost from District One General Fund(Req. No. 11905055-00 FY19). School agrees to reimburse County in an amount not to exceed $18,882.60 for materials associated with this project. This Agreement shall be effective upon signature of both parties and shall terminate on June 30, 2019. Requested by Carrie Blumert, Commissioner, District No. 1. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried y the following vote: Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion and possible action to approve Forrest (Butch) Freeman as Oklahoma County’s representative for the review committee to consider project plans and Tax Increment Financing Disticts for Northwest 39th
Street Gateway and 23rd Street corridor for the city of Bethany. Approved as to form and legality by Aaron Etherington Assistant District Attorney and requested by Oklahoma County Commissioner Brian Maughan, Dist. 2. (Document Received) Maughan moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Receive certified copy of Abstractor’s Bond from Chicago Title Oklahoma Co, in the amount of $100,000.00 beginning on July 15, 2019 and ending on July 15, 2020. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 -Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Receive certified copy of Abstractor’s Bond from Old Republic Title Company of Oklahoma, in the amount of $100,000.00 beginning on January 1, 2019 and ending on January 1, 2020. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion and possible action to approve the publishing of the Annual Oklahoma County Payroll records as required by Title 19, O.S. 2001 § 444. It shall be the mandatory duty of the Board of County Commissioners to be caused to be published a full and complete report of all the County employees and their salaries paid annually. Requested by David B. Hooten, Oklahoma County Clerk. (Document Received) Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote:Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion and possible action to approve an MOU between the Board of County Commissioners, on behalf of the Sheriff’s Office, and GovDeals Inc for the posting and processing of online acution sales, as competitively bid and awarded on CW19064 On Line Surplus Auction Services. Calvey moved, Blumert seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote:Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Recurring Agenda Items: Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-650 approving Blanket Purchase Orders as submitted by each department, list available for inspection in the office of the County Clerk, Room 201. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Approve all claims, list available for inspection in the office of the County Clerk, Room 201. (Document Received) Approve all claims, list available for inspection in the office of the County Clerk, Room 201. (Document Received) Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the ollowing vote: Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert No Commissioners Comments/General Remarks. No New business. No Citizen Participation. Executive Session Recess into executive session Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to recess at 9:07 a.m. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 -Maughan, Calvey and Blumert o enter into executive session pursuant to 25 O.S. 307 (B)(4) to engage in confidential communications between the public body and its attorney concerning a pending investigation, claim or action by Geoffrey Cormier, TC-2018-33, and where on advice of its attorney, the board has determined that disclosure will seriously impair the ability of the public body to process the claim or conduct a pending investigation, litigation, or proceeding in the public interest. o enter into executive session pursuant to 25 O.S. 307 (B) (4) to engage in confidential communications between the public body and its attorney concerning a pending investigation, claim or action in CCSE Registry LLC v. The City of Oklahoma City et al., CV-2019-216, and where on advice of its attorney, the board has determined that disclosure will seriously impair the ability of the public body to process the claim or conduct a pending investigation, litigation, or proceeding in the public interest. To enter into executive session pursuant to 25 O.S. 307 (B) (4) to engage in confidential communications between the public body and its attorney concerning a pending investigation, claim or action by Peggy Palmer Webb, TC-2019-005, and where on advice of its attorney, the board has determined that disclosure will seriously impair the ability of the public body to process the claim or conduct a pending investigation, litigation, or proceeding in the public interest. Return from executive session Calvey moved, Blumert seconded, to return at 9:21 a.m. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Action regarding confidential communications between the public body and its attorney concerning a pending investigation, claim or action by Geoffrey Cormier, TC-2018-33, and where on advice of its attorney, the board has determined that disclosure will seriously impair the ability of the public body to process the claim or conduct a pending investigation, litigation, or proceeding in the public interest. Calvey moved, Blumert seconded, to approve to authorize District Attorney to enter into a settlement negotiations on this matter. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Action regarding confidential communications between the public body and its attorney concerning a pending investigation, claim or action in CCSE Registry LLC v. The City of Oklahoma City et al., CV-2019-216, and where on advice of its attorney, the board has determined that disclosure will seriously impair the ability of the public body to process the claim or conduct a pending investigation, litigation, or proceeding in the public interest. Calvey moved, Blumert seconded, to approve to authorize the DIstrict Attroney to enter a no objection from the County in this case. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Action regarding confidential communications between the public body and its attorney concerning a pending investigation, claim or action in Peggy Palmer Webb TC-2019-005, and where on advice of its attorney, the board has determined that disclosure will seriously impair the ability of the public body to process the claim or conduct a pending investigation, litigation, or proceeding in the public interest. Maughan moved, Calvey seconded, to approve to settle this case in the amount of $867.06. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Adjourn Calvey moved, Blumert seconded, to adjourn 9:23 a.m. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 3 - Maughan, Calvey and Blumert BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OKLAHOMA COUNTY, OKLAHOMA Brian Maughan, Chairman ATTEST: David B. Hooten, County Clerk and Secretary to the Board 2-20-19 BOCC Proceedings AMERISOURCEBERGEN DRUG CORPORATION 101014656 Inmate Food Service 63968.01 ARAMARK CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 101014657 BLKT MMPI & CPI Emp Testing 200.00 ASSESSMENT INC 101014658 405-A43-0688-596-5 SW450 - AT& 7966.56 AT&T OKLAHOMA 101014659 057-212-8151001 SW450 LON 13.31 AT&T OKLAHOMA 101014660 827901308X12102018 Cell Phone 28.46 AT&T WIRELESS 101014661 OKCNTY2017A Limited Tax Bonds 200.00 BANK OF OKLAHOMA NA 101014662 JAN 2019 LEASE ICB BLDG 1857.40 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 101014663 #20101200-55000 Hydronic Pipe 575000.00 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 101014664 UT10000480126 YELLOW STANDARD 1170.70 BOB BARKER COMPANY INC 101014665 MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 22.89 BRADLEY A HERMES 101014666 Mileage Reimbursement 33.25 BRANDON COOK 101014667 CW19022-Produce as needed 219.45 BUDDYS PRODUCE INC 101014668 NATURAL GAS COMMODITY 2532.60 CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVICES INC 101014669 PAID UNDER PROTEST: Minutes & 536.85 CHOCTAW TIMES LLC 101014670 JUL 25, 2018JUNE 30, 2019 UTI 10000.00 CITY OF MIDWEST CITY 101014671 12417-45182 UTILITY 359.78 CITY OF MIDWEST CITY 101014672 250101420258 UTILITY 204.00 CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY 101014673 477381 HARDWOUND ROLL TOWELS / 2100.90 CLASSIC PAPER SUPPLY INC 101014674 EJS SOFTWARE SUPPORT 22162.02 COLOSSUS INC 101014675 Blanket for NOVA/Detention 785.75 COMPU-TIME CORPORATION 101014676 MAP NORTEL MAINTENANCE AND SUP 3228.93 CONTINUANT INC 101014677 001-6111064315101 - INTERNET 3742.53 COX COMMUNICATIONS INC 101014678 CONSULTING SERVICES-CAFR FINAN 660.00 CRAWFORD & ASSOCIATES PC 101014679 Blanket-CW19022 Dairy Products 683.95 DEAN FOODS COMPANY 101014680 DECEMBER 2018 SALARY/BENEFIT C 58584.08 DISTRICT ATTORNEYS COUNCIL 101014681 JANUARY 2019 SALARY/BENEFIT CO 58584.08 DISTRICT ATTORNEYS COUNCIL 101014682 EB Secretary Mileage Reimburse 111.73 DOUG SANDERSON 101014683 BLKT- Bldg Repairs- Det Ctr 232.50 EALES ELECTRONICS CORPORATION 101014684 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 186.98 EMSCO ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO INC 101014685 BOTTLED WATER 747.03 EUREKA WATER COMPANY 101014686 BLKT- Bldg Repair Splys 1738.48 FASTENAL COMPANY 101014687 INV0687247 BIANCHI-PATROLTEK-O 536.00 G T DISTRIBUTORS INC 101014688 DOOR GASKET WALK IN 234.05 HAGAR RESTAURANT SERVICE INC 101014689 MISC SHOP SUPPLIES 32.90 HOME DEPOT USA INC 101014690 MISC SHOP SUPPLIES 491.19 HOME DEPOT USA INC 101014691 MISC SHOP SUPPLIES 23.53 HOME DEPOT USA INC 101014692 NOC machined 2” hex shafts 5500.00 INDUSTRIAL MACHINE CO 101014693 NOV 2018 InvesTrust Admin Fees 32445.15 INVESTRUST 101014694 CW18028 Lobby dust pan, Rubber 13.40 J & P SUPPLY INC 101014695 Pigeon Removal Service 93.00 JC EHRLICH CO INC 101014696 ELEVATOR REPAIR/MAINTENANCE 27517.20 KONE INC 101014697 INTERPRETER SERVICE: CF-18-396 434.10 LANGUAGE ASSOCIATES INC 101014698 NORMAL-NOC-LASER MATED RX LABE 1723.38 MCCRACKEN LABEL COMPANY 101014699 EMPLOYEE PARKING 12200.00 METRO PARKING GARAGE 101014700 POSSE EXAMS: S.SIMPSON / D. 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Blanket Computer Equipment 148.06 SYNERGY DATACOM SUPPLY INC 101014730 #10047061 FOR FREE FAIR ELECTI 20.20 THE JOURNAL RECORD PUBLISHING CO 101014731 Detention Kitchen:HOOD CLEANIN 550.00 THE VENT KING INC 101014732 MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 34.88 TINA M WRIGHT 101014733 REQ-Triangle A&E-X Boards 397.75 TRIANGLE A & E INC 101014734 OCT 2018 MONTHLY APPLICATION S 76044.16 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INC 101014735 UNIFORM RENTAL SERVICE 55.68 UNIFIRST HOLDINGS INC 101014736 GAS LINE REPAIR 1043.00 UNITED MECHANICAL SERVICE INC 101014737 GROCERIES 1885.19 US FOODSERVICE INC 101014738 SEWAGE PUMP 760.52 W W GRAINGER INC 101014739 2019 Okla Statutes updates 3570.00 WEST PUBLISHING CORP 101014740 BLKT Bldg Repair Splys 333.83 WINSUPPLY OF OKLAHOMA CITY CO 101014741 TRAVEL REIMB: UNIT 7 AG LAND V 116.41 ASHTON BENNETT 101014742 STEPHANIE GARCIAUNIT 6 CADAST 750.00 CENTER FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT TECH 101014743 SHARED EMERG UTILITY COSTS: MU 6250.00 CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY 101014744 TRAVEL REIMB:UNIT 7 AG LAND 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124000487 IN STATE TRAVEL /CHRIS CARMON 106.82 CHRIS R CARMON 124000488 IN STATE TRAVEL / JOHN MILLS 229.10 JOHN MILLS 124000489 IN STATE TRAVEL MIKE WOODARD 151.96 MIKE WOODARD 128000268 Workers’ Comp premium reimburs 30.21 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 128000269 Unemployment Reimbursement 4th 3984.00 OKLAHOMA EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION 128000270 Staples office supplies 2635.28 STAPLES CONTRACT & COMMERCIAL INC 201000756 Courthouse 9th Floor C0020 775.00 JD MCBRIDE CONSTRUCTION LLC 201000757 Q19-027 Electrician Courthouse 7367.50 MARK WHITE 201000758 9th Floor Courthouse 494.45 MORRISON SUPPLY COMPANY 201000759 OCTOBER SSSD/Dept of Labor Fee 250.00 OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 201000760 NOVEMBER SSSD/Dept of Labor Fe 250.00 OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 201000761 Construction Services/Annex Re 45625.98 UNITED MECHANICAL SERVICE INC 401001196 Emp Ben 1-23-19 Check 70972 380066.58 EMPLOYEE MEDICAL BENEFITS 401001197 Vision Service Plan Admin/Dec 15835.27 VISION SERVICES PLAN INC OKLAHOMA 401001198 Emp Ben 1-23-19 Check 70822 268260.68 EMPLOYEE MEDICAL BENEFITS 401001199 52398986 1-8-15 1-15-19 Emp 123594.14 CVS PHARMACY, INC 402000258 WC 1-23-2019 Check 24294 15246.97 WORKERS COMPENSATION 403000115 Board of County Commissioners Meeting Minutes Wednesday, February 27, 2019 9:00 AM Call to Order by Brian Maughan, Chairman at 9:00 a.m. Notice of the meeting was posted February 25, 2019. Present:3 County Commissioner Brian Maughan, County Commissioner Kevin Calvey, and County Commissioner Carrie Blumert Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance was led by Steve Satterwhite, Chief Deputy, District No. 2. Approve the minutes of the meeting of February 20, 2019, prepared by the County Clerk as authorized by statute 19 O.S. § 243, 244, and 445 subject to additions or corrections by the Board of County Commissioners. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Consent Agenda The following items are Consent Items and are routine in nature: Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve the Consent Agenda. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019667 disposing of equipment from the inventory of the OSU Extension. These items are broken or obsolete, and are too costly to repair, and with the requested disposal will be junked in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19 Section 421. One 1 IBM Wheelwriter 1000 Typewriter, c/n E201-00015, s/n 11NDD07, acquired 04/24/1998 from Fuzzell’s Business Equipment, PO Box 22837, Oklahoma City, OK 73123 for $495.00 One 1 Image Maker 2000 Binding System, c/n E220-00008, s/n JE05590, acquired 06/05/1997 from Corporate Express, 930 N. Portland, Oklahoma City, OK for $318.20 One 1 Gateway 17” LCD Monitor, c/n E236-00090, s/n MUL7007A0080101, acquired 06/16/2004 from OSU Bursar’s Office, Student Union, Stillwater, OK 74078 for $450.00 One 1 AMD Athlon 64 3500+ Computer, c/n E236-00104, s/n JMTLLFI, acquired 02/29/2008 from OSU Bursar’s Office, Student Union, Stillwater, OK 74078 for $957.00 Approved Approval of Workers’ Compensation claim payments from Consolidated Benefits Resources in the amount of $6,201.36 for the period of 02/19/2019. Approved Approve Employee Benefit Trust Warrant No. 712109 through 712591 for Oklahoma County in the amount of $233,682.69 pending notification of encumbrance to Jacke Wilson, County Treasurer’s Office. Approved Discussion and Possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019676 transferring equipment from the inventory of the Oklahoma County Sheriff to the Oklahoma County District Attorney in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19, Section 421. Transfer No. T-1-19 One 1 2013 Honda Accord, c/n B612-00507, s/n 1HGCT1B88DA011987, acquired 05/19/2017 from the Oklahoma County District Attorney Approved Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-0677 disposing of item from the inventory of the Oklahoma County Sheriff. The listed canine, Fando, is being retired due to medical reasons, and with the requested approval, will be released to Deputy Sean Steadman, who will assume all financial responsibility for health care and long term needs, in accordance with the provisions set forth in Title 19 Section 421. The equipment assigned to Fando will also be retired, as it can no longer be used for another purpose or a future K9. One 1 Dual Purpose Narcotics Canine Fando, c/n B615-00737, acquired 06/10/2015 from Vohne Liche Kennels, 7953 N, Old Route 31, Denver, IN 46926 for $10,000.00 One 1 10X10X6 Welded Wire Dog Kennel, c/n B646-02579, acquired 04/04/2014 from Tractor Supply Co., 601 Comfort Dr., Edmond, OK 73013 for $549.99 Approved Approve Employee Benefit CVS Invoice #52434882 for Oklahoma County in the amount of $ 125,097.64 pending notification og rncumbrance to Jackie Wilson, County Treasurer’s Office. Approved Receive the following litigation: Case No. TC-2019-007 Tort Claim Case No. TC-2019-008 Tort Claim Case No. TC-2019-009 Tort Claim Case No. CV-2019-325 Return of Service of Summons Case No. CV-2019-351 Application to Vacate Alley Case No. CV-2019-367 Petition Notice of Postopnement of Sale Approved Discussion and possible action to approve payment of the Relocation Supplement for Gregory and LaDonna Jakowski, tenants of the following property: 2200 N. Hughson, in the total amount of $18,020.00, as stipulated under the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Act of 1970. This property is being acquired as part of the Oklahoma Count Project E-2008-D, Crutcho Park Acquisition Project- FEMA Phase 6. Requisition No. 11905081 in the amount of $1,850.00 for moving expenses and Requisition No. 11905113 in the amount of $16,170.00 for the relocation supplement has been issued to Gregory Jakowski from County Bond Fund/Crutcho Flood Control/Capital Outlay 20323130/55370. Requested by Carrie Blumert, County Commissioner, District No. 1. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-697 expressing Oklahoma County’s support for the “Smart on Crime” initiative developed by the Oklahoma Department Of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Nisha Wilson, Director, Criminal Justice Center led the presentation. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion and possible action for approval of Utility Relocation Agreement between Scissortail Energy dba Kinder Morgan and Oklahoma County for Oklahoma County Project 186BR-2014, Bridge on Harrah Road 0.9 miles south of 164th Street, STP-255C464CB, J/P# 3259204. The estimated county share of the cost is $34,717.00. Requisition No. 11905076 has been issued to Kinder Morgan in the amount of $34,717.00 from Highway Cash/ District No. 1 11191000, contingent upon encumbrance of funds. Requested by Carrie Blumert, County Commissioner, District No. 1, and has been approved as to form and legality by Gretchen Crawford, Assistant District Attorney. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion and possible action to receive The State Auditors and Inspector’s Final Report on Internal Control Over Financial Reporting and on Compliance and Other Matters Based on an Audit of Financial Statements Performed in Accordance with Government Auditing Standards of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma for fiscal year ended June 30, 2018. Requested by Brian Maughan, County Commissioner, Dist 2. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve and support Smart on Crime. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-710 to designate Carla Muldoon as the receiving officer for District 2. Requested by Brian Maughan, County Commissioner, District No. 2 Document received Maughan moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion and possible action for the Chairman to sign, on behalf of the Board of County Commissioners, OMES CAP Division Progressive Invoice Affidavit regarding the Oklahoma County Annex Temporary 6th Floor Relocation Project. This progressive invoice is for contractor’s environmental abatement services. These services were procured through the State Environmental Abatement Program through the Construction and Properties Department CAP of the State of Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services OMES and participation in this program was approved by the Board of County Commissioners on October 17, 2018. Purchase Order 21902822 has been issued to Tec-An, Inc. from Capital Improvement Fund 2010. Requested by Stacey Trumbo, PE, County Engineer. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye: 3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion, review, and possible action to accept, reject, amend, return to committee, defer, or strike regarding Oklahoma County Improvements and Infrastructure Committee recommendation that the Oklahoma County Board of County Commissioners approve the updated Space Utilization Drawings for Project No. ANX-2010-2, Space Utilization Project for Oklahoma County Annex Building. This item includes the Benefits Department and HR/Health and Safety Offices located on the second floor east end. Requested by Joe Blough, Chairman, Oklahoma County Public Improvements and Infrastructure Committee. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion, review, and possible action to accept, reject, amend, return to committee, defer, or strike regarding Oklahoma County Improvements and Infrastructure Committee recommendation that the Oklahoma County Board of County Commissioners approve Resolution No. 2019-711 authorizing the issuance of a Quit Claim Deed and to execute the same to Silver Lake, Inc. from Oklahoma County for the described roads full legal description attached. These roads were originally acquired by deed on April 14, 1987 for the purpose of road maintenance. However, the Board of County Commissioners lacked legal authority to accept the deeds as these roads are within Oklahoma City’s jurisdiction and the Board of County Commissioners have no legal authority to perform road maintenance on these roads. Requested by Joe Blough, Chairman, Oklahoma County Public Improvements and Infrastructure Committee, and approved as to form and legality by Gretchen Crawford, Assistant District Attorney. Calvey moved, Blumert seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion, review, and possible action to accept, reject, amend, return to committee, defer, or strike regarding Oklahoma County Improvements and Infrastructure Committee recommendation that the Oklahoma County Board of County Commissioners approve the updated Space Utilization Drawings for Project No. ANX-2010-2, Space Utilization Project for Oklahoma County Annex Building. This item includes the Benefits Department and HR/Health and Safety Offices located on the second floor east end. Requested by Joe Blough, Chairman, Oklahoma County Public Improvements and Infrastructure Committee. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to strike. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Discussion, review, and possible action to accept, reject, amend, return to committee, defer, or strike regarding Oklahoma County Improvements and Infrastructure Committee recommendation that the Oklahoma County Board of County Commissioners approve Resolution No. 2019-711 authorizing the issuance of a Quit Claim Deed and to execute the same to Silver Lake, Inc. from Oklahoma County for the described roads full legal description attached. These roads were originally acquired by deed on April 14, 1987 for the purpose of road maintenance. However, the Board of County Commissioners lacked legal authority to accept the deeds as these roads are within Oklahoma City’s jurisdiction and the Board of County Commissioners have no legal authority to perform road maintenance on these roads. Requested by Joe Blough, Chairman, Oklahoma County Public Improvements and Infrastructure Committee, and approved as to form and legality by Gretchen Crawford, Assistant District Attorney. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to strike. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Recurring Agenda Items: Discussion and possible action to approve Resolution No. 2019-716 approving Blanket Purchase Orders as submitted by each department, list available for inspection in the office of the County Clerk, Room 201. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert Approve all claims, list available for inspection in the office of the County Clerk, Room 201. Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to approve. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert No Commissioners Comments/General Remarks. No New business. No Citizen Participation. Adjourn Blumert moved, Calvey seconded, to adjourn at 9:22 a.m. The motion carried by the following vote: Aye:3 Maughan, Calvey and Blumert
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128000275 Worker’s Comp premiums 60.42 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 128000276 SW171 Copier lease/Jan 2019 549.57 R K BLACK MISSOURI LLC 282000102 SW171 Copier lease 455.26 R K BLACK MISSOURI LLC 201000794 Courthouse 9th Floor Repurpose 11.02 ELLIOTT ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC 201000795 Design Build Jail Hydronic Pip 216631.18 HARRISON WALKER & HARPER LP 201000796 Annex & Courthouse Snack Bars 344.50 WASTE CONNECTIONS OF OKLAHOMA INC 232000082 Crutcho Acquisition F 6000.00 SMITH-ROBERTS LAND SERVICES INC 232000083 Project E0012 Crutcho Moving E 1850.00 GREGORY S JAKOWSKI 232000084 Project E0012 Crutcho Relocati 16170.00 GREGORY S JAKOWSKI 401001216 Emp Ben 2-27-19 Check 71210 233682.69 EMPLOYEE MEDICAL BENEFITS 401001218 Claims for January, 2019 18142.94 VISION SERVICES PLAN INC OKLAHOMA 402000264 WC 2-27-2019 Check 24389 6201.36 WORKERS COMPENSATION 402000265 Admin Fees for WC/Feb 2019 4800.00 TWO OAKS INVESTMENTS LLC 403000129 TC-2017-022/CIV-17-729-D K 2500.00 WARD & GLASS LLP February Payroll COMMISSIONER’S PROCEEDINGS Oklahoma County, Oklahoma Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Feb-19 We, the undersigned governing board of Oklahoma County, jointly approve the following purchase orders and authorize checks issued covering same, provided that all purchase orders involving salaries or wages shall be subject to federal and state withholding income tax. Department Check Amount Assessor General $137,240.00 Assessor Revalue $229,228.00 Benefits $18,043.13 Commissioners $29,710.42 Court Service $42,982.00 Drug Court $8,396.49 County Clerk $187,475.00 Court Clerk $411,389.24 District 1 Highway $156,682.00 District 2 Highway $95,849.00 District 3 Highway $141,254.00 Election Board $87,203.00 Emergency Management $16,269.00 Engineering $25,318.00 Excise & Equalization Board $600.00 Facilities Management $71,139.00 Health & Safety Human Resources $353,679.00 Juvenile Justice Bureau $375,185.00 Information Technology $102,960.16 OSU Extension $0.00 Planning Commission $23,259.17 Purchasing $16,061.46 Retirement Board $50.00 Sheriff $1,860,542.00 Social Services $57,796.00 Treasurer General $40,076.00 Treasurer Resale 126,470.17 Grand Total $4,614,857.24 Attest: Board of County Commissioners of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma David B. Hooten, Chairman Oklahoma County Clerk Member Member
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Kyle Petty addresses OBU gala Kyle Petty, son of the King of NASCAR Richard Petty, was the keynote speaker during Oklahoma Baptist University’s Seventh Annual Green & Gold Gala. Petty talked the about his family business, stockcar racing. When his son Adam, was killed in a racing accident, the Pettys, together with the NASCAR community and corporate sponsors, rose up to establish Victory Junction, a camp where children with chronic or life-threatening diseases have found hope and adventure. The event benefited scholarships to OBU. - Photos by Rose Lane
At right: Kyle Petty with OBU patrons Davidene, Danna and Kirk Homprehys.
Representing Quail Creek Bank are, from left: David and Tamora Graham and Karalee and John Workun.
Also from the bank are, from left, David Barrow, Omar Page and Barbara and Jon Lowry.
February 15 Kelly Brewer David Gillogly John H. Greer Jay Musgrove Jeffrey Potts Geoff Stallings Mark Stallings February 16 Jim Alexander David Frick Buck Howard Teresa Koeppe Jayne Reddington JoAnn Schlegel Christopher Sturm James F. Voyles, III February 17 Jessica Fox Karen Killam Gary Longaker Khaleesi MacDonald Matt Manoles Craig Owen Tom Roe Rose Rahal Mark Shreve Jim Williston February 18 Karen Arms Jayna Blackburn
Glenda Carnes John Hankins Zach Hunter Gale Mueller Glenda Rollins Hunter Stack Brooks Walker “Bee” Workman February 19 Otis Danielson Karen Gallagher-Reed Genevieve Lienke Matha Pat Upp Donnie Webb February 20 Aimee Baysinger Barbara Jett Blake Keeton David Kennedy Donald L. Miller Michael Romero February 21 Toni Conrady Mary Ann Harroz Clark Hibbard Wallace Latham Lance McCasland Parker Sturm Sean Turpen Jennifer Witherby Scott Witherby
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