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VOL 21 ISSUE 6

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AVB Breaks Ground AVB Bank celebrates the new downtown branch opening in 2015. By Duane Blankenship

AVB Bank recently held groundbreaking ceremonies celebrating the newest chapter in their 109-year history. A 15,000-square-foot AVB branch will be constructed at Main and El Paso and will open in 2015. Dr. Clarence Oliver, former Broken Arrow superintendent of schools, gave a fascinating history of the growth and development

of Broken Arrow and the role AVB Bank has played in supporting the community since its inception in 1905. Oklahoma gained statehood in 1907, and the bank was granted its state charter in 1909, changing its name to Arkansas Valley State Bank. It is now known as AVB Bank. AVB Bank has a history of strength, stability and serv-

ice. They have a solid backbone, having survived the Dust Bowl era, wars, and economic fluctuations over the years. AVB has remained constant to its commitment to the people of Broken. “We have endured and grown together,” said Kelley Rash, Chairperson of the Board.

The AVB Bank executive management team and city dignitaries at the groundbreaking ceremonies on May 8, 2014 (L to R): AVB Bank President/CEO Ted Cundiff, Broken Arrow City Manager Thom Moton, Chairperson of the Board Kelley Rash, President/CEO of Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce Wes Smithwick, Chief Lending Officer Topper Causby, Pastor Joe Cook of Hope Church, Chief Financial Officer Doug Brinsfield, Former Broken Arrow Superintendant of Schools Dr. Clarence Oliver, Chief Credit Officer Javier Gamarra, and Broken Arrow Mayor Craig Thurmond.

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Wine, Eats & Easels to Benefit Broken Arrow Neighbors The annual evening of food, wine, art and music will be held Friday, June 13 in downtown Broken Arrow. By Adam J. Foreman

Wine, Eats & Easels committee members (L to R): David Blue, LaTonya Cundiff, Kim Goddard, Jo McCord, Debbie Elliot, Debbie Murphy, Heather Bryson, Kelley Rash and Adam J. Foreman.

It’s a great party, but an even greater cause, as the Wine, Eats & Easels event returns to Broken Arrow on Friday, June 13, 2014, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $40 in advance at several ticket outlets and $50 at the door the night of the event.

This year’s event will again be held at the Farmer’s Market and Broken Arrow Historical Society Museum, both located in downtown Broken Arrow at 418 S. Main St. Patrons are treated to an evening of food, wine, art and music. Dozens of wine

vendors from across the area come together with local food establishments to create an atmosphere of taste and culture. Nearly a dozen artists will be on site displaying their work for sale and also be performing live art (continued on page 24)

Is Your Vehicle Talking to You? If your car’s making noises, it’s probably trying to tell you something. By Duane Blankenship

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Is your vehicle making an unusual noise that you know shouldn’t be coming from it? “Cars can make a lot of noises,” says Nate Hayes, co-owner of Team-One Automotive in Broken Arrow, “and we’ve heard them all.” Nate and his partner, Larry Grimm, started Team-One Automotive

nearly six years ago. The coowners met at an automobile dealership, became best friends and decided to open their own shop. Nate has 22 years in automotive services, and Larry has 28. The pair says they’ve heard cars making hisses, (continued on page 24)

Larry Grimm and Nathan Hayes of Team-One Automotive will diagnose those unusual sounds your vehicle is making.

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Divorce can be very overwhelming. You need reliable information before you make any decisions. Surround yourself with a team of supportive folks including a reliable attorney, financial advisor, therapist, clergy, and friends. While in the early stages of decision making and grief over the loss of your marriage, it can be challenging to think clearly. Several times a year I witness the sad outcome of what happens when folks go through a divorce unprepared. Here are a few things to think about regarding the cost of divorce and how assets may be divided depending on your situation. According to divorce and mediation attorney Laura Baysinger, the average cost of an uncontested, agreed upon divorce in Oklahoma is $1,500-$1,800. The cost of a contested, litigated divorce usually starts at $15,000 per party and up. The cost of a mediated divorce varies depending on how many hours of mediation is required, but the average is $800 with a filing fee of $198. In an interview with Baysinger, she stated that in Oklahoma, assets and liabilities are divided equitable but not necessarily equally (50-50). Investment accounts, IRA/401k accounts, pensions, the cash value of whole life insurance

policies, businesses, homes, and other assets are counted as part of the marital estate. Liabilities are also counted. After all of these items are taken into account the marital assets may be divided equitably. Accounts held separately throughout the marriage that were attained before the marriage began, inherited and gifted money, and assets that were never co-mingled may not be counted in the marital estate. The following are Four Financial Tips for Folks Considering Divorce: 1) Get Informed. Gather all the documents pertaining to your assets and liabilities: account statements, mortgage balance, credit card balance, IRA and 401k values, any loans against 401ks, brokerage statements, student loans, etc. From these documents create a balance sheet to show what you own and what you owe. 2) Review Joint IRS tax returns for the past 3 years. Your

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The opinions voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. To determine which investment(s) may be appropriate for you, consult your financial advisor prior to investing. Investing involves risk including loss of principal.

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Museum Celebrates Five Year Anniversary Check out the many upcoming events and exhibits at the Broken Arrow Historical Society Museum. By Lori Lewis

The Broken Arrow Historical Society Museum is happy to be celebrating the fifth anniversary of their grand opening at 400 S. Main St. in the heart of the Rose District. When Dr. Clarence Oliver, board member, was asked his thoughts on the upcoming anniversary, he replied, “Have five years already passed since the beautiful museum building was opened? Some visionary dreams do come true. This museum building is a perfect example. Not only is our community’s collective heritage preserved with the collections inside the museum, even the exterior of the building tells some of the history. The territorial era building design is by intent. The building sits on the site of one of Broken Arrow’s first major structures – the Kentucky Colonel Hotel, a majestic building of 1903 that survived until 1955. The new museum’s exterior includes an entrance with dome cupola

and façade that resembles the front of the historic hotel. That is very appropriate.” Since the museum’s grand opening on June 6, 2009, the staff, volunteers and members have come to think of this place as home. From the permanent exhibits on the second floor to one of the numerous, temporary exhibits on the first floor, this beautiful building serves as a fitting showcase for the town’s historical treasurers. It has been their pleasure to share these treasures with the many patrons that walk through the doors. More than 3,000 school age children have received docent-led tours through the museum free of charge. “We would like to thank everyone who has made that possible, whether it be with their generous donations of money, time or historical items, or simply by showing up and viewing our exhibits,” Lori Lewis, executive director, stated. On June 6, 2014, from

5 p.m. to 7 p.m., the museum will have a come and go reception to thank everyone for their support. The community is invited to attend. The museum has several ongoing and upcoming events planned. Currently, in the first floor exhibit hall, is the “Roses and Spring Water” exhibit. It showcases many rarely seen photographs and stories from Broken Arrow’s history. It also gives an explanation of Broken Arrow as the “City of Roses and Sparkling Spring Water.” On July 26, the museum will be giving Living History tours to all visitors. Volunteers will be dressed as some of our city’s notable figures from the past. They will also be celebrating what would have been Ralph Blane’s hundredth birthday. On Saturday, September 13, 2014, the Broken Arrow Historical Society Museum will be hosting the annual “Night at the Museum” fundraiser. The theme this year is “Black

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CChalk It Up to a Fun Weekend of Art Stilt walkers, fire dancers, music by Desi and Cody, and dozens of artists kick up dust Broken Arrow’s Rose District, June 6-7.

By Christopher Davis Hosted by Your Design Art Gallery, the 3rd annual Chalk It Up – An Art Festival is set to take place on June 6 and 7 in Broken Arrow’s Rose District. With the recent rebirth of the Rose District, Main Street offers a fresh canvas for chalk artists to work their magic. Since its beginning several years ago, attendance “has grown by thousands,” says Alisa Inglett, owner of Your Design Art Gallery and event coordinator for Chalk It Up. “The event has grown to two blocks,” she says, referring to how artists spread out in the streets to create awe-inspiring chalk images. With over 40 artists competing for prizes and bragging rights, Inglett says every year brings a surprise creation. “You never know how a piece will turn out,” she says. “I’m always most impressed with the younger artists.” Inglett, who oversees the artist submission process as well, explains how some proposals may seem underwhelming on paper, early on. However, over the years, she has learned to withhold judgment, as some of the best pieces “pop” once they make their way to the chalk-on-asphalt medium. “The three-dimensional pieces are always fun,” Inglett says. “I enjoy seeing the variety in

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Jun. 19-21 Inola Hay Days Downtown Inola 918-543-2650 Jun. 19-22 Black Gold Days Black Gold Park 95 W 145th St, Glenpool 918-322-3505 www.glenpoolchamber.org Jun. 20 WALTZ on the Wild Side Tulsa Zoo & Living Museum 6421 E. 36th St. N. Tulsa www.waltzonthewildside.org Jun. 20-22, 27-29 “Quilters” Sapulpa Community Theatre 124 S Water St, Sapulpa 918-227-2169 www.sapulpacommtheatre.com Jun. 21 Beware of the Beast Running Obstacle Race Mohawk Park 5701 E 36th St N, Tulsa 918-258-9238 www.bewareofthebeast.com Jun. 22 Sperry Motorcycle Run Mack Taylor Park 6983 W 113th St N, Sperry 918-644-1267 Jun. 23 Musical Mondays Chris Middlebrook & Amy Cottingham Cascia Hall’s Performing Arts Center 2600 S. Utica Ave. (918) 664-9000, ext. 245 www.LIFEseniorservices.org Jun. 26-28 Bixby Green Corn Festival Charley Young Park 918-366-1408 bixbyoptimist.org/green-corn-festival Jun. 26-29 Muscogee (Creek) Nation Festival Claude Cox Omniplex, Okmulgee 918-732-7992 www.creekfestival.com Jun. 28  Adopt a Little Okie Tulsa Animal Welfare Shelter 3031 N. Erie Ave., Tulsa 918-742-3700 www.animalallianceok.org Jun. 28-29 Kidsfest Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve 1925 Woolaroc Ranch Rd, Bartlesville 918-336-0307 www.woolaroc.org


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FFarmers Market In Bloom The Rose District Farmers Market is held each Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon at 418 S. Main in Broken Arrow.

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This marks the sixth year for the Farmers Market in Broken Arrow, and it now has a new name. Located in the newly renovated heart of town, the Rose District Farmers Market of Broken Arrow is open each Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon, April through mid-October.

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ers Market coordinator for the City of Broken Arrow and began duties last July. Judy is from New York and says, “Going to the farmers market was a big part of my growing up and has always been a fond memory for me.” When you visit the Rose District Farmers Market, you will find enticing produce, Amish bread, multiple varieties of plants, pickled vegetables and much, much more. You’ll also find several vendors who feature special varieties of spinach that you won’t see at the grocery store. “We’re adding three new activities to the market this year, including a Kids Corner, a live-music element each week, and SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program),” said Judy. “The Farmers Market vendor count is steadily growing. The City expects the newly associated name to help participating farmer vendors and other businesses in the Rose District by increasing foot traffic downtown through great variation in our vendors’ products.” The Kids Corner will be

presented under the small pavilion from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. each Saturday by local non-profit organizations. Participants will include 4-H, Salvation Army, Head Start, Broken Arrow Autism, Spot for Kids, and the Laura Dester Shelter. Judy says there are still some spots open for Broken Arrow non-profits who would like to get involved. If interested, please email her at jprieto@brokenarrowok.gov to receive guidelines. SNAP serves as a first line of defense against hunger by enabling low-income families to buy nutritious food with Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards. EBT cards are recognized in authorized retail food stores where families may spend their benefits to buy food. There are currently three vendors at the Rose District Farmers Market who are in the approval process to accept SNAP. They are expected to be approved by the middle of June. “We anticipate many more vendors to come on board in the future,” says Judy. “This program ensures that high-quality local food will be made available to all area residents.”

All products sold at the Rose District Farmers Market are 100 percent Oklahoma grown or made, and all vendors must abide by the guidelines of ODAFF (Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Food and Forestry).If you are interested in becoming a vendor, the first step is to become familiar with the 2014 guidelines. Email jprieto@brokenarrowok.gov along with two photos or a list of produce to receive a set of guidelines. There is no online application, as all vendors are preapproved. “Like us on Facebook to receive real-time posts of current market offerings each Saturday morning,” says Judy. “We look forward to seeing you and your family at the market each Saturday.”

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VVisit Your Friends at Fowler The newly remodeled Fowler Chevrolet extends unparalleled customer convenience.

By Duane Blankenship The recently redesigned and remodeled Fowler Chevrolet of Tulsa is family owned and operated and a short drive from just about anywhere in the Tulsa metro area. General Manager Jason Bailey says, “Our goal is to be Green Country’s premiere Chevrolet dealer, and we’re committed to doing whatever it takes to get there. Each member of our highly qualified staff has served the

Tulsa community for more than 15 years, and we know you’ll be impressed with our beautiful new dealership.” When you walk into the new showroom, you sense the pride felt by each Fowler team member. “We hope those who are already loyal customers and those we look forward to serving in the future will stop in and let us show them around,” said Jason. Everything inside and out is brand new, very

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clean and visually appealing. There are many nice amenities featured in the showroom and comfortable modern lounge, where everything is state-of-the-art. Fowler offers general automotive repair, oil changes, tire rotation, batteries, brake replacement, transmission services, and all manufacturer recommended periodic services. Fowler Chevrolet has a loaner program for when your vehicle is in for service, and your car will receive a free car wash before it is returned to you. “We believe customers will agree that we provide an unparalleled customer experience in every department,” said Jason. The incredible new customer lounge in the service center has a complimentary coffee bar, a children’s play area, plenty of modern seating and several big-screen TVs. In addition to the parts and service departments, Fowler hosts a full-service collision repair facility. Whatever department you’re visiting, you’ll find that there is always someone available to immediately serve you – with no waiting. “Our staff has tremendous respect for each customer’s time, something to which you can’t place a value,” added Jason. “We’ve increased our new vehicle inventory to meet indi-

Fowler Chevrolet General Manager Jason Bailey. vidual desires, and we can tailor the new Chevy of your choice to further satisfy your needs,” said Jason. “Our pre-owned inventory is also at an all time high to match your vehicle preference and budget needs. We have the widest selection of quality new and used vehicles in Tulsa and love helping customers find their perfect match.” Familiar names in the 2014 lineup include Camaro, Corvette Stingray, Cruze, Equinox, Impala, Malibu, Silverado 1500, and Silverado 1500 Hybrid. Fowler Chevrolet goes to great ends to ensure that customers find true value on every new and used vehicle and on services and

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By Christopher Davis Summertime is here. Camping, hiking and sports are all popular this time of year. Unfortunately, playing hard can sometimes lead to injury. Before you head to the nearest emergency room for that twisted ankle, consider an easier and less costly alternative – Grassroots Healthcare in south Tulsa. For those who worry about long waits in crowded hospital rooms, and overpriced and impersonal doctor visits, Grassroots Healthcare offers a unique alternative to help families keep costs low without sacrificing health. In May of 2011, Grassroots Healthcare opened at the corner of 91st and Sheridan. Since then, patients have fallen in love with the “third-party free” clinic. Melita Tate, M.D., and Kelly Compton, NP, lead a team dedicated to providing quality, affordable healthcare. “We do not deal with insurance, nor do we take Medicare,” says Dr. Tate. With all the controversy about healthcare reform in the news, it is refreshing to see a clinic that focuses on the patient. The concept behind the clinic is as simple as it is ideal. A patient schedules an appointment; the doctor meets and treats the patient. The patient pays. Follow up as needed. No extra paperwork to deal with a week later. No calling

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AVB Breaks Ground “The new AVB Bank will be situated in the heart of the new Rose District, and we are looking forward to growing together.” It takes time, grit, determination and perseverance to build stability and AVB has spent over a century establishing a solid foundation with the people and businesses of our city. “We’re proud to call Broken Arrow home,” added Ms. Rash. “We’re dedicated to continuing our hard work and providing services that will make business relationships even stronger.” The mission of AVB is to serve, connect and succeed together, ensuring a vision of being the community bank most admired for its people,

partnerships and performance. “We strive to serve with integrity and enjoyment, work together to encourage personal growth, and acknowledge and celebrate success,” said Ms. Rash. Ted Cundiff, AVB president and CEO, announced the future development of a Creative Arts Center in the existing building located at Main and Dallas. “AVB will donate the property once we have completed our move into the new AVB branch,” said Mr. Cundiff. With the development of Broken Arrow’s arts and entertainment district, previous bond monies earmarked for an arts center, and the opportunity for a significant donation of property by AVB Bank, com-

munity and business leaders recognized that now was the time for action. A Creative Arts Center would provide a central place to foster relationships between artists, and the addition to the arts and entertainment district could significantly contribute to the city’s economic development. Ms. Rash acknowledged, “Community and business leaders are currently working together, along with public input, to create the vision of a Creative Arts Center. Current considerations include gallery space, a black-box theater, jazz lab, artists-in-residence, recording or filmmaking studio, culinary classes, and space for dance, sculpting, glassblowing and poetry slams. A timeline

will be solidified upon the completion of a partnership that creates a funding mechanism for the proposed facility.” If you would like to provide input on the creation of the Creative Arts Center, please contact local business owner Alisa Inglett at (918) 994-4473. Congratulations to AVB Bank for its 109-years of outstanding performance, dedica-

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EEnjoy an Evening of Music Under the Stars Starlight Concert Series fills Tuesdays and first Fridays with free music at Guthrie Green this summer.

By Christopher Davis Every summer, the Starlight Concert Series brings quality live music to diverse audiences in Tulsa. This year marks their 68th season of music, and on Tuesday evenings at Guthrie Green the Starlight Band offers something for everyone, no matter your taste. The Starlight Concert Series features two configurations of bands. The Starlight Concert Band, which performs the majority of the shows, is the larger of the two, comprised of over 45 musicians playing brass, woodwind and percussion instruments. The Starlight Jazz Orchestra is a smaller version of the Concert Band (about 20 members) and features drums, bass, guitar and piano in addition to the brass, woodwinds and percussion sections. The Starlight Band features some of the best players in town, and it is common for Starlight musicians to be heard performing in other local orchestras, including the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra, Signature Symphony and Bartlesville Symphony. The musical direction for both Starlight Bands is impressive and steeped in the Tulsa community. Dale Barnett, the conductor and musical director for the Starlight Concert Band, has performed with the Starlight

Band since 1971. He serves as the director of bands for Holland Hall and plays trombone with the Tulsa Philharmonic. Rich Fischer, notable KWGS personality and general manager, serves as director for the Starlight Jazz Orchestra. He, too, plays trombone with the Tulsa Philharmonic. Wendy Reed, executive director for Starlight Concerts, explains that her organization works hard to ensure Tulsa has opportunities to attend live concerts in a familyfriendly setting. The best thing, she boasts, is that every Starlight

Concert is free to the public. “The Starlight Band is one of only a handful of professional concert bands in the United States,” Reed points out. “Tulsa is probably the smallest town in the United States with a professional concert band. This is, really, a unique opportunity for Tulsans.” Ms. Reed explains that, every season, the Starlight Concert Series strives to present a broad spectrum of music for as large an audience as possible. Surely, this summer’s performances at the new Guthrie Green in the Brady

District will attract new listeners. “This year we’re very excited to announce that our free concerts will be at Guthrie Green,” says Reed. “Guthrie Green is in the heart of the vibrant Brady Arts District, and we are looking forward to introducing even larger audiences to our familyfriendly concerts.” This season’s schedule is engaging. The Starlight Concert Band will kick off the series on Tuesday, June 24 with “Americana Night.” On Tuesday, July 1, the band showcases various dance styles with

“Let’s Dance.” The evening will feature live dancers, too. On July 8, the Starlight Jazz Orchestra will perform for Will Rogers Rotary Club Night. Then, on Friday, July 11, the Concert Band will perform a special Friday show, “That’s Entertainment,” in conjunction with the First Friday Art Crawl in the Brady Arts District. The Starlight Concert Band is back on Tuesday, July 15, for “Night at the Movies.” The evening will feature popular movie themes, followed by a silent short film accompanied by live theatre organ music. On Tuesday, July 22, join the Concert Band for “At Your Request,” wherein the audience will help select songs. Then, join the Starlight Jazz Orchestra for another First Friday Art Crawl on August 1 for “Jazz Under the Stars.” With a change in scenery this year and a schedule designed to attract Brady District pedestrians, the Starlight Concert Series is one of the highlights of summer in downtown Tulsa.

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By David Hamby Starting this fall, Rogers State University and the Oklahoma Army National Guard will be offering a Guard Officer Leadership Development (GOLD) program that will build upon the university’s distinguished military history. RSU President Dr. Larry Rice and Major General Myles L. Deering, Adjutant General of Oklahoma, recently signed the agreement during a campus ceremony. The program is expected to begin on the Claremore campus this fall. “For more than 50 years, this school operated at Oklahoma Military Academy and enjoyed a reputation as one of the nation’s premiere military schools,” Rice said. “Through this agreement with the Oklahoma Army National Guard, we are providing opportunities to prepare a new generation of citizen soldiers.” The leadership program is open to Oklahoma Army National Guard soldiers who attend RSU. Candidates can receive 100 percent of their college tuition paid, live on campus, develop leadership skills and accelerate their military career by being commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Oklahoma Army National Guard upon completion of the program. “The National Guard is the face of the

Army. Our citizen-soldiers are in your schools, in your churches and throughout your communities,” Deering said. “It is crucial to our mission that we develop future leaders for the Guard because we are an integral part of your hometown and we’re an integral part of today’s Army.” The college curriculum includes academic leadership training built into the program, along with leadership labs, physical training and field training exercises that provide firsthand experience about leading others as an officer. RSU’s program would be the only such program in northeastern Oklahoma. Several OMA alumni attended the event, and their contributions to the school and its mission were recognized by comments from both Deering and Rice. Bill Ramsay, president of the OMA Alumni Association, said, “We’ve been wanting something like this to happen for years, and we think it will be a great asset to the university. We thank the university and the Guard for bringing boots back to the ground once again on College Hill.” An endowment to support the GOLD program has been established by the family of one of OMA’s most decorated alumni, Lt. Col. Ed Ramsey, who was instrumental in the liberation of the Japanese-occupied Philippines during World War II. His wid-

ow, Dr. Raquel “Raqui” Ramsey, has worked with the OMA Alumni Association to create an endowment that honors her husband through its support of the leadership program. For more information about the program, contact Captain Michael Mitchell, who is serving as the Officer in Charge of the RSU GOLD program.

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By Todd Cunningham Bruce Springsteen: A Photographic Journey, a traveling photography exhibition curated by the GRAMMY Museum Los Angeles, made its debut in Tulsa at The Woody Guthrie Center in late April. The exhibition features 45 iconic images of Bruce Springsteen. On display until spring of 2015, the exhibit serves to document a great American music legend, and features photos taken by noted Springsteen photographers Danny Clinch, Ed Gallucci, Eric Meola, Pamela Springsteen and Frank Stefanko. “Our goal with this exhibition is to define the career of Bruce Springsteen in an entirely new light, as captured by these five incredible photographers,” said GRAMMY Museum executive director Bob Santelli. “Each of these photographers was able to artfully document Bruce’s world, at different stages in his career. We are honored to partner with each of them in order to help tell the story of one of the most important figures in American music.” Bruce Springsteen’s recording

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Springsteen’s newest album High Hopes (Columbia) was released on January 14, 2014. While the majority of the exhibit focuses on Springsteen off-stage, four additional live performance photographs, shot by Barry Schneier, are showcased. These photos were shot during the now famous Springsteen concert at Harvard Square Theater where famed Rolling Stone music journalist Jon Landau claimed, “I have seen the future of rock and roll, and its name is Bruce Springsteen.” Additionally, the exhibit features video interviews with each of the photographers, produced

by The GRAMMY Museum. The debut of the exhibit coincided with the one-year anniversary of the opening of the Woody Guthrie Center. “We are thrilled to be kicking off our anniversary celebrations with this incredible exhibit featuring photographs spanning the career of Bruce Springsteen. He is an excellent example of an artist who continues the legacy of Woody Guthrie. The opening of this newly curated exhibit at the Woody Guthrie Center is a perfect fit,” said Deana McCloud, executive director. The Woody Guthrie Center features state-of-the-art exhibits, an extensive outreach and education program, and a concert series to bring his legacy to Tulsans and those who make the pilgrimage to what is a destination for Woody Guthrie fans worldwide. The Center is more than a museum; instead, it is a center of investigation for inspiration. By providing examples of Woody’s ability to use his creativity as a way of expressing the world around him, we hope to encourage others to find their voices and, through their educational programs, explore the power that lies within the creative process.

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The 11th annual Steaks & Sticks Golf Tournament benefitting the Claremore Zebra Sports Foundation and Rogers County Youth Services will be Friday, June 20.

By Lorrie Ward In June, two organizations will once again join forces to tee off on the golf course and raise awareness for important programs that have a great impact on our community. The Claremore Zebra Sports Foundation and Rogers County Youth Services are proud to present the 11th annual Steaks & Sticks Golf Tournament on Friday, June 20 at Claremore’s Heritage Hills Golf Course. The tournament features a four-person scramble. Individuals and businesses can get involved by playing in the tournament (by entering a four-person team for $300 or as an individual for $75), or by donating to a sponsorship. The cost of individual and team entries includes breakfast and lunch. Many sponsorship opportunities are available including: Hole Sponsor, Breakfast Sponsor, Corporate Sponsor and Radio Sponsor. The radio sponsorship includes airtime in which you speak with radio hosts and promote your business. Funds are used to further the missions and goals of both sponsoring organizations, each of which are dedicated to benefiting the youth of Rogers County.

“This tournament helps RCYS bridge the gap that is not provided for through state and area grants,” says Steve Blahut, Rogers County Youth Services director and coevent coordinator. “This tournament is wonderful because you are supporting two youth specific groups in one tournament,” adds Bret McGuire of the Claremore Zebra Sports Foundation, an event coordinator for Steaks & Sticks. Steve, Bret and other group coordinators, including Sean Cox of Claremore Zebra Sports Foundation and RCYS Board Member; Delayna Trease, volunteer; Herb McSpadden, volunteer; and Dave Bethea and Carolyn Swopes of RCYS, are all excited about continuing this event into the next decade, as they feel a golf tournament fits in with the both organizations’ philosophies of encouraging outdoor activity amongst youngsters. “The Claremore Zebra Sports Foundation’s mission is to purchase and provide any equipment that helps with athletic conditioning and injury prevention training, and we also help by offering

Steaks & Sticks committee members (L to R): Carolyn Swopes, Bret McGuire, Sean Cox, Dave Bethea, Herb McSpadden and Delayna Trease. educational programs for coaches and staff,” says Sean Cox. “This golf tournament is a great vehicle for the community and Rogers County to support two totally youth oriented programs and have fun at the same time.” Cox also notes that Steaks & Sticks is one of the most attended golf tournaments at Heritage Hills, normally hosting more than one hundred individuals. “The tournament grows each year, and we look forward to seeing the same people that participate each year, as well as the excitement of seeing new participants getting involved,” says Carolyn Swopes. Delayna Trease agrees, adding, “The community is so receptive to this fun golf tournament. The tradition of the Steaks & Sticks

Golf Tournament is something I am fortunate to be a part of.” All teams begin play at the shot gun start event at 8:30 a.m. Afternoon tee times begin at 1 p.m. Golfers will gather during lunch to watch a live broadcast of “The Sports Animal” with Al Jerkins and Pat Jones, who are, as Bret McGuire says, “always entertaining” and Dave Bethea calls, “one of the most listened to sports talk shows in the state of Oklahoma.” Golfers will also have the chance to win prizes in a drawing based on the amount of mulligans purchased. Past prizes have included lawnmowers, weed eaters, golf bags and clubs, and even a round of golf for four at Patricia Island. “We are so grateful to the

community and this region for their support of Rogers County,” says Steve Blahut of RCYS, which is a private, non-profit United Way agency and part of a network of 43 youth services and agencies across the state of Oklahoma since 1976. “The support received for this event is an example of the heart people have toward our youth.”

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