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VOL 21 ISSUE 5

May 2014

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Reveal Your Mother’s Character Contest Reveal Salon will award six of Tulsa’s most deserving mothers a little TLC with their upcoming Mother’s Day contest. By Stephanie Reed

Reveal staff members Debbie Edmonds, Troy Edmonds, Shayna Lee, Jennifer Smith, Nicole McGinnis, and Stefanie Dawn demonstrate the pampering that awaits six contest winners.

Throughout the month of May, Reveal Salon & Aesthetics is gearing up to give back to our cheerleaders, our counselors, our teachers, our friends – our mothers. Does your mother deserve a new hairstyle? Has she earned a facial treatment or a shiny new shellac? Reveal Salon is ready to award six of the most deserving mothers around town a little extra love in honor of Mother’s Day. To participate, all you have to do is nominate an all-star mom in your life. Tell us: what makes your mom (or mother figure) so special? Feel free to describe her extra awesome personali-

Route 66 Blowout Turns 25 Sapulpa Main Street hosts cars, art and shopping in annual downtown celebration on Saturday, June 7. By Christopher Davis

Summer in Sapulpa would not be complete without a celebration downtown. On Saturday, June 7, Sapulpa Main Street hosts the 25th annual Route 66 Blowout. The Route 66 Blowout is one of the most popular downtown events in Sapulpa, and boasts one of the largest car and truck shows in the region. With entertainment and activities for the whole family, thousands descend upon the town to socialize, shop and take in the sights. The Blowout is truly a community affair, sponsored by local businesses, showcasing local artists and vendors, and coordinated by Sapulpa Main

Street, with proceeds going toward beautification of the downtown district. “We’re excited to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Route 66 Blowout,” says Cindy Mc Donald, executive director. “It’s great to run into old friends. Everyone has a good time catching up.” The event is well-known for its car show, showcasing classic and modern cars and trucks. “There should be about three or four hundred cars out there,” says Mc Donald. Entries will compete for bragging rights and prizes. Registration is available (continued on page 22)

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New J. David Location is a Gem Cutting-edge technology and an engaging showroom come together for an amazing experience at the new J. David Jewelry location in south Tulsa. By Christopher Davis

Joel and Kendra Wiland have been in the jewelry business for nearly 25 years. They opened up the Broken Arrow branch of J. David Jewelry in 2001, and are opening a second location at 101st and Memorial in south Tulsa on May 5. This new store, however, will embody a completely new experience for customers. “We wanted to take one part Apple, one part Starbucks and one part Disney,” says Landon Wiland, marketing director for the familyowned stores. “At Disneyland, you never hit a barrier – you feel like you can go anywhere, and that’s what we want to bring to our customers’ experience. It’s very open.” In stark contrast to the usual, the new J. David Jewelry showroom will significantly raise the bar for what passes for a superior experi-

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There’s a saying in Oklahoma when speaking about a person who has a tendency to tell big stories and have no followthrough. We call it “Big Hat, No Cattle.” Often folks have big ideas but don’t back up their talk with concrete actions. Now, there is nothing wrong with being a “dreamer,” but it has long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sit back and let things happen to them. They go out and make things happen. They have a dream, create a plan, take action, and don’t give up. So strive not to be a “drugstore cowboy.” Make every effort to say what you mean and mean what you say. In the end, the only thing we really have is our integrity. Our word, what we speak to ourselves and others, is important. It is really everything we are. Your character is the only thing you have to show others. Here are some ideas for NOT

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Do you find yourself irritable and snapping at loved ones for no reason? Are you always tired? Do you have weight in your midsection that you can’t seem to get rid of? According to Dr. James Campbell of BA Med Spa & Weight Loss Center, hormone balance is critical to a person’s overall health and wellbeing. Many people exhibit symptoms of imbalanced hormones – depression, irritability, lack of energy, unexplained weight gain, lack of focus and mental clarity, restless sleep, and decrease in libido – yet do not understand why they feel the way the do. “BA Med Spa offers bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) utilizing the SottoPelle pellet method,” explains Dr. Campbell. “Bioidentical hormones are natural, plant-derived compounds that have the same molecular structure as those made by the human body. The placing of these bio-identical hormone pellets under the skin supplements your body’s needed hormones. In addition to alleviating symptoms of hormonal imbalance,

including mood swings, hot flashes and more, BHRT helps reduce one’s risk for breast cancer and Alzheimer’s disease, builds bone density and lean muscle, and allows for greater endurance for exercise.” Monica Stubblefield, R.N., certified pelleter, adds, “Pellets are more beneficial than other forms of hormone replacement because the hormones are continually released into your system, so you don’t have the roller coaster effect.” Both men and women lose testosterone as they get older, which is a major cause of these hormonal symptoms. Many women are surprised to learn that hormone decline begins about ten years before other symptoms of perimenopause set in; therefore, BHRT can benefit women as young as in their 20s. “Hormone balancing can help restore quality of life for men and women in a wide range of ages – whether you’re 25 or 75,” says Dr. Campbell. The pellets last three to six months and produce no side effects. You will be in and out of the office in about 30

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SSchool’s Almost Out For Summer Urban Computers in Bixby helps parents monitor their kids’ online activities while on summer break, without the need for watching over their shoulder.

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As kids count down the days until school is out, parents should be taking inventory of household electronic devices and network security. With connectivity saturating all aspects of life, most children have at least limited contact with the digital realm beyond their walls. While it is impossible to stand over your children’s shoulders every minute they spend online, it is reasonable to put in place common sense safeguards. Urban Computers has the expertise and products to empower parents and keep them plugged in to what children are viewing online. Urban Computers provides technical support to cover all of parents’ needs. With over 15 years’ IT experience, owner Joseph Keefer knows how to balance safety and convenience in Internet browsing. As a father and husband, he understands keeping kids safe online is as important as offline safety. Keefer and his staff take the time to teach their customers how to maintain network security and ensure children

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so you can decide whether to upgrade, plan for a new computer or stick it out a while longer. “For the people who are frustrated with Windows 8, we still have Windows 7,” notes Keefer. “If your PC is newer than five years old, you can probably upgrade.” Urban Computers also offers diagnostic and repair services for just about any device that connects to the network. Antivirus and malware protection are common issues amongst their customers, but they are glad to take on more significant repairs. Whether your device has a cracked screen, faulty hard drive or a keyboard soaked in chocolate milk, Urban Computers will inspect it and give you an honest assessment of how bad the damage is. Sometimes, it is not as bad as you think. For those who would like to learn about Internet safety or other technology-related topics in a group setting, Urban Computers holds workshops, too. Check their Facebook page for updates on topics and schedule.

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MMay Fun at Tulsa Garden Center Tulsa Garden Center hosts a variety of events for all ages this month.

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Don’t miss the many wonderful events happening at the Tulsa Garden Center this month! Perennials and More Plant Sale The Tulsa Perennial Club will hold its annual Perennials and More Plant Sale on Saturday, May 3 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Offered for sale are members’ own pass-along plants, including perennials, trees and shrubs and seed-grown peren-

nial and annual plants. Garden ornaments, gently-used garden tools and supplies, pots, books and magazines will also be offered for sale. Come early for best selection. Tulsa Area Iris Society Shows & Sales The Tulsa Area Iris Society Show and Sale will be held on May 10-11 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. The iris on display will have been grown by Tulsa area gardeners, demonstrat-

ing which iris do well in our climate. There will be potted iris available for purchase at both of these shows and sales. The potted iris will have been growing for six months and many will bloom this first year. Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your garden’s variety or to plant one of the most durable and endearing garden perennials. Green Country Bonsai Society Spring Show

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den. Mark and his gardeners are aggressively responding to this regional threat but success is hard-won. While gardens are in testing programs on how to best control the disease, no cures are yet available. Find out how to best protect your roses by preventative methods. This lecture is free to the public. Bring your lunch and join us for an exciting educational hour. Story Time Under the Stars A special edition of Story Time, the popular reading program of the Linnaeus Teaching Garden children’s programs, will be held on the evening of May 22 at 6:30 p.m. A fun aspect of this event is that the children are encouraged to wear their pajamas. Multiple readers will be reading stories so the groups can remain small and the children can interact both with the reader and each other. Parents are welcome to join the children at the readings. The subjects for these readings are Flowers, Birds and Bees. There is no admission fee to attend this event and reservations are not required. For more information, contact

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Free Heartsaver® CPR/AED Course will be offered in Sapulpa on May 22, 2014.

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Beckie Doyle, health educator for the Oklahoma State Department of Health, encourages Creek County and surrounding area residents and families to attend a free Heartsaver® CPR/AED Course on May 22 at the Library Annex in Sapulpa. “This course is not for healthcare providers; rather, it is for anyone with limited or no medical training who needs a course completion card in CPR and AED operation to meet job, regulatory or other requirements,” explained Doyle. “This course is good for those who have never taken a CPR course and for those that are renewing their card.” Upon completion of this course, students will receive a Heartsaver® CPR/AED Course Completion Card that is valid for two years. During the course, Doyle will conduct video-based lessons and work with students to complete their CPR and AED skills practice and testing. Course completion cards will arrive via U. S. postal mail approximately three to four weeks after the completion of the course. Proof of attendance

offer this course at no cost.” This free Heartsaver® CPR/AED Course is open to the public and will be held two times on Thursday, May 22. A morning session will be held from 9 a.m. to noon, and an evening session will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Library Annex, 15 N. Poplar St. in Sapulpa. Light refreshments

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By Christopher Davis May is National Foster Care Month and, recently, a group of foster parents were treated to an appreciation dinner by Choices for Life in Sapulpa. “We arranged for childcare and activities for the children,” says Harold Thompson, clinical supervisor at Choices for Life. With the children safely supervised and entertained, the adults were able to enjoy a rare evening out at a nearby restaurant. It was a welcome chance for parents to share stories and receive recognition for the sacred work they do on behalf of their foster children. “These therapeutic foster parents are really special – they are a rare breed,” says Thompson. If anyone has earned a night out, it is the foster parents of Choices for Life. Choices for Life is an agency that coordinates therapeutic foster care for children who need a strong degree of support. Working with DHS, the agency facilitates the matching of children in traumatic situations with foster parents who are willing to meet the challenges inherent in providing a loving and nurturing home environment. The organization recruits and trains therapeutic foster parents. Most of the cases taken on

by CFL involve households where abuse or drugs have severely affected the lives of children. Some of the biological parents may face jail time. These are situations for which there are no easy solutions, and many in the community turn a blind eye or simply walk away.

Choices for Life is constantly seeking applicants who are willing to help a child learn how to live a life that approaches normalcy. Over the course of the application process, potential foster parents undergo a DMV and background check. An income

study and home assessment are also part of the journey toward fostering. For those who are selected and matched with a child, CFL provides a mosaic of support services to ensure the best care. In addition to support and counseling, CFL also assists with legal and education issues. Many students require modified curriculum, and the agency helps with meetings and individualized educational plans (IEPs). The organization visits each home weekly and offers 24-hour services for counseling. Each parent commits to 18 hours of training per year, which CFL helps coordinate. For cases in which it is in the interest of the child to meet with biological parents, CFL serves as a liaison in the process.

Every step of the way, Choices for Life has professional staff to provide support and guidance. When officially declaring May National Foster Care Month, President Obama said, “To give foster youth the support they need, Americans in every community are stepping up to serve. They are mentors, teachers, faith leaders, caseworkers, advocates, family members – individuals dedicated to making a difference.” Choices for Life is on the front lines of such an effort. In honor of National Foster Care Month, Choices for Life encourages everyone to recognize the sacrifices and hard work of foster parents everywhere. Parenting is not easy. Making the decision to bring a child into one’s home, knowing there will be significant challenges to overcome that most parents and children never deal with, is admirable. If you know a foster parent, thank them for the work they do to brighten the life of a child and the positive impact it has on the community. If you have time or resources to contribute, please do so. There are never enough foster homes for the children in need of therapeutic care. The demand is especially great for teens.

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Will Rogers once said, “If you don’t like the weather in Oklahoma, wait a minute and it’ll change.” Those who have lived here for any length of time know that Oklahoma’s native son was right on target with his observation, as the Oklahoma sky can dump cold rain one day and play cloudless host to a blistering hot sun the

account by the design team at Lucas once a building’s purpose and type has been chosen. Will it be a workplace or hobby shop, where the owner will do glass work, wood work, auto repair? Is the building needed for storage, and if so, what are they storing – household items, farm implements, automobiles, recreational vehicles, boats, motorcycles, airplanes? “A lot of people are buying tracts of land but don’t want to put a mobile home on it and yet don’t feel they can afford to put a traditional wood frame home on the property,” Tammy notes. “That’s why shop style homes (combination shop/home) are becoming more prevalent.” In addition to wind load, designers also factor possible snow and ice loads into the equation as they help design the building. They have a computer system that helps them identify potential problem areas, such as wind tunnels, and that will help advise how many extra steel beams should be used to make the home or building safe against added adversity. Once these issues have been identified, plans can

next. That’s why the team at Lucas Metal Works takes every construction job they perform as seriously as an oncoming twister – because if you live around here, that’s just what you might get. According to Tammy Laakso of Lucas Metal Works, wind load is one of the major considerations taken into

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proceed with other desired aspects of the building, such as exterior finish and color (Lucas has 16 colors to choose from), types of doors, windows and insulation. Lucas offers metal panels in 16 colors and their materials are Energy Star rated, which will translate in to an average of 25 percent savings on utility bills. Sometimes people already have a wood frame home, but would like to consider replacing their traditional asphalt roof with a metal one. “A traditional roof in Oklahoma has to be changed every 10 to 15 years due to heat, high winds, tornadoes, hail, snow and ice,” says Tammy. “But our metal roofs have a 40-year warranty – once you put one of our roofs on your house, you pretty much know you’re not going to have to change it.” Lucas Metal Works has built a stellar reputation over the last 45 years, and not just for putting things solidly in place. Another branch of the business, Lucas Equipment, keeps things on the move, providing hay spears, bale unrollers, rock buckets, grapples, pallet forks, disc mower cad-

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BBattle of the Big Cats Returns Route 66’s Richest Noodling Showdown comes back to Claremore with more than $10,000 in cash prizes.

By Carol Beck-Round team will win $2,500 cash, while $1,500 will be awarded to the third place finishers. In addition, the 13th place stringer will receive $500. Two new categories have been added, with a $500 bounty going to the team with the largest Big Blue Cat and another $500 bounty going to the team with the largest Big Flathead. “We want to keep this tournament on a level playing field,” says Summers, “so we will be administering polygraph tests to a random selection of winners. Because of the large prize money involved, we want to make sure no one loses sight of what this tournament is all about. Sometimes, when a lot of money is involved, it can get in the way of morals. We have put these new rules in place to guarantee the continued success of this event.” In addition, a 5K Mud Cat Run is being added to the festivities.Cosponsored by the Claremore Fire Department, the run will begin and end at the Expo. The entry fee per person is $40. For more information about the obstacle course details and prize money, check out the website, www.BigCatBattle. com. Deadline for entering is 5 p.m. on June 11. With the popularity of last year’s “Money the Hard Way,” this year’s event will include a competition just for kids. Only 15 two-man (kid) teams will be allowed to enter. Each team will have a choice to vie for $100 by stringing a fish underwater with the fastest time or opting to locate the gar in the tank with a $50 purse clipped to its fin.

Battle of the Big Cats: Route 66’s Richest Noodling Showdown willreturn to the Claremore Expo Center on June 14. With last year’s premiere event surpassing everyone’s expectations, organizer Kaleb Summers is excited about the upcoming tournament. While Summers was hoping for a good turnout for the inaugural event, he was pleasantly surprised by the overwhelming response last year. Offering over $10,000 in prize money – the largest amount in Oklahoma noodling competitions – 132 teams from Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Missouri and Iowa competed during the 48-hour tournament. Summers says this year’s event should be as big as ever with more prize money, new competition rules and two new events. One of the most important rule changes specifies that all residents and nonresidents who enter a team must compete inside Oklahoma’s borders in a state lake or designated water system. “This means no teams can go across the Oklahoma state borders, catch their fish and bring them back across the state line to check in at the tournament,” says Summers. Another important change involves team numbers and entry fees. Last year’s entry fee was $50 per person, with the winner taking home the top prize for the largest catfish. With new rules in place, a three-man team pays a $150 entry fee. Instead of the top prize going to the largest catfish, the heaviest three-fish stringer will nab the top prize of $5,000. The second place

A tradeshow, noodling demonstrations, live entertainment, a fish fry, family activities and “Money the Hard Way for the Ladies in the Tank” will also be part of the excitement for all ages. Go to www.BigCatBattle. com for a registration form, which must be returned with the entry fee by June 11 at 5 p.m., either by mail or in person at the Claremore Expo Center Office. The tournament begins on June 12 at 6 p.m. Media sponsor is 98.5 KVOO. Title sponsors are Summers Drilling & Blasting Inc. and Nabatak. Presenting sponsor is Visit Claremore. Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs will present the 2nd place check, and GRDA will present the 3rd place check. Additional sponsors include Melton Dodge, John Parks Energy, Bills Marine of Skiatook, Warren Caterpillar, Medley Company, Tulsa Ford New Holland, Stillwater Milling, BancFirst, Pixley’s Lumber, Wild Country Meats, Value News, Claremore Fire Department, Tri-Star RollOffs, TLC website designs.net and Cimarron Sod. Exhibitors have until June 6 to contact the Claremore Expo Center at (918) 342-5357 to participate in this year’s event. For more information, contact

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CCelebrate Salsa de Mayo The inaugural salsa tasting fundraiser benefitting ADOPT(ED) will be held Monday, May 5 from 5:30 to 8:30 at the Mabee Center.

By Sheryl Sowell If there is one appetizer most people can agree on, it’s chips and salsa! Salsa connoisseurs will want to mark their calendars for Salsa de Mayo on Monday, May 5 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Mabee Center. This family-friendly fundraising event will consist of chips and salsa taste testing from 18+ local-area restaurants, inflatable games and face painting for children, salsa dance lessons courtesy of Ballroom Blitz, and a burrito eating contest. Proceeds will benefit theChurch.at and their

ADOPT(ED) ministry, which exists to be a conduit of information, support, and resources to Tulsa metro families involved in foster care and adoption. ADOPT(ED) supports various organizations including the 111 Project, the Laura Dester Shelter and others. ADOPT(ED) also gives financial support to three different international orphan organizations and partners with LifeSong for Orphans in providing grants and loans for adoptive families. You’ll find lots of yummy

flavors, from mild to super spicy at Salsa de Mayo. Be sure to vote for your favorite – the winning restaurant will receive a trophy at the end of the evening. The burrito-eating contest will feature Pastor Alex Himaya of theChurch.at,and main sponsors Danny Beck of Danny Beck Chevrolet and Darren Gooch of Zoellner Exterminating. “We have 10 contest spots available for the burrito eating contest. Some of them are reserved for VIPs, and we are going to have a drawing for the remaining spots,” explains event

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Reveal Your Mother’s Character Contest ty, or tell us a little story that demonstrates her marvelous maternal streak. Be sure to include your name and phone number along with the name and phone number of the nominee. Then submit your nomination

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New J. David Location is a Gem ence in selecting jewelry. Display case designs are inspired by museum exhibits, allowing viewers to walk all around and ogle diamonds, bands and watches from all angles. No more barriers between the customer and sales associate. These adornments are worthy of a pedestal, and shall be revered as such. Though customers are welcome to select any item that tickles their fancy, Landon insists that the displays are intended to function more as examples for different elements to be incorporated into original works. The Wiland family plans to take individualized orders to the next level, offering a full custom design, from top to bottom. “We can take different elements from different rings and give them exactly what they want,” explains Wiland. Customers are encouraged to look around, ask questions, take notes

and enjoy themselves. Associates and designers will collaborate alongside customers to produce a one-of-a-kind piece that perfectly expresses the sentiment of the occasion. Not only does J. David Jewelry have some of the most skilled and experienced jewelers around, but they also possess some of the most advanced technology. Using 3D printers, customers will be able to see and touch an unbelievably accurate replica of their proposed design. The printers – which can produce with details up to 1/1000 inch – are truly on the cutting edge of technology. The devices can print “much more detailed than the printers that print airplane parts,” says Wiland. But the experience does not end there. Committed to the goal of becoming their customers’ favorite place, the store will provide refresh-

The winning design will be unveiled at the event. Route 66 will be lined with vendors, providing ample shopping opportunities and food and beverages. As always, there is fun for the entire family at the Route 66 Blowout. If the children have energy to burn off, look for the Kids’ Zone, where there will be plenty of activities including face painting, games and inflatables. Registration for vendors, artists, organizations and businesses is open until May 19. Car show registration is open until the day of the event. All forms are available online. The event begins at 8 a.m. on Saturday, June 7. Festivities continue throughout the day until 4 p.m.

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continued from page 1 ments. And, of course, what experience would be complete without a giant television? How about a bay window through which to view the process behind the magic? How about both? Wiland explains that the store will feature an 11-foot window to view the workshop. Customers can watch the jewelers work in real time. But, with the flip of a switch, the window frosts over and becomes a TV screen – perfect for days when the big game is on. Wherever there is an opportunity to enhance the joy of jewelry shopping, the Wilands have seized it. For the moment, Wiland says there are no plans for a big grand opening day. Rather, J. David Jewelry in Bixby is taking a more subtle approach. Opting instead for a “soft opening” on May 5. the new store seems content to let the product and experience speak for itself, and let

Route 66 Blowout Turns 25 online or the morning of the event at 7 a.m. The Dragin Masters – a car club based in Sapulpa with roots dating back to 1958 – will judge the contest. While taking in the automotive blast from the past, check out the newly restored Waite Phillips Filling Station. Originally built in 1923, the station was one of the largest buildings in Sapulpa in its heyday. In 2006, the Sapulpa Historical Society acquired the building and, with the help of grants and donors, had it restored. In addition to the car show prizes, there will be a raffle. Sponsored by TTCU, the top prize in the raffle is a brand new GM Performance 330 horsepower car engine. Raffle tickets are available at the Sapulpa TTCU branch. The street will be filled with art, crafts and food. Sapulpa Arts will host their annual Route 66 Art Show and Sale, featuring local artists. There is also a 25th anniversary T-shirt design contest for Sapulpa High School art students, sponsored by First United Bank.

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Salsa Festival In conjunction with the Blowout, Sapulpa Rotary Club will host the 7th annual Salsa Festival. The committee is taking applications for this year’s contestants. Contestants can win up to $700 by entering their salsa in one of three categories: hot, medium or mild. The Salsa Festival takes place at the Courthouse Plaza from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Anyone can judge the competition! Taster’s kits are sold, and taste testers are allowed to vote for their favorite salsa. The people’s choice award is $500. Rotary also will have a panel of non-partial serious salsa eaters to judge first place winners in each category, awarding an additional $200 in each category. Sapulpa Rotary will also be giving away a $500 Reasor’s gift card. Raffle

tickets for the gift card will be sold prior to as well as the day of the event. The Salsa Festival is Rotary’s largest fundraiser of the year. Rotary uses the proceeds to fund projects such as scholarships to graduating Sapulpa seniors, purchasing Christmas presents for families and many other worthy projects. Sapulpa Rotary President Jon LaFevers is very excited about this year’s festival. “This event is shaping up to be our best so far! Contestants work hard on their masterpiece recipes and are always friendly and excited to be a part of the event.” A limited number of contestants will be accepted so apply today; visit www.sapulparotary.org or call Debbie Moss at (918) 227-5765.

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Promoting Awareness, Raising Funds for Children’s Cancer Research The Tulsa CureSearch Walk will honor all who battle childhood cancer.

By Christopher Davis “Cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in children,” says Anabella Gonzalez, committee member for Tulsa CureSearch. “Every day 42 children are diagnosed with cancer. It’s much more common than people think.” In print, the number “42” does not carry the proper weight it should in this case. Imagine your child’s classroom. Every desk is occupied, but children are also sitting on the floor and standing in the back. Forty-two young lives, bursting with the desire to explore the world. Statistically, this is how many kids are told they have cancer every day of the week. The impact of children’s cancer is broad, without regard for gender, ethnicity, community or socioeconomic status. But cancer affects, too, the family and friends of the afflicted. Even in the best of cases – survival – the disease pushes the limits of what our minds, bodies and medicines can handle. Medical science has been steadily progressing toward effective treatments for many types of cancer. According to CureSearch, survival rates for children’s cancer increased from 10% to 78% over the last 40 years. These gains in survival rates are encouraging, but should – and can – be better. Without strong community aware-

ness, support and funding for research, hypotheses and theories cannot make it to the laboratory, let alone yield effective treatments. CureSearch for Children’s Cancer is a national non-profit foundation whose mission is to fund and support targeted and innovative children’s cancer research with measurable results. In addition to serving as an authoritative source of information and resources for those impacted by children’s cancer, the organization is focused on supporting clinical trials and translational research in order to more effectively improve

outcomes for children with difficult-to-treat cancers. The organization relies on the hard work of those like Gonzalez, who are dedicated to raising awareness for the cause, and the support of local communities across the country to raise funds toward research. “After losing both my parents to cancer, I decided it was time to get involved with local families affected by childhood cancer,” explains Gonzalez. Seeing an opportunity to volunteer with Tulsa CureSearch, she followed through on her decision. Now Gonzalez serves as a vocal advocate and

effective organizer on behalf of children with cancer. “It is common for children with cancer to be treated with adult drugs,” says Gonzalez. However, complications arise because, naturally, children’s bodies are different from adults. The drugs’ side effects, as well as the dosages, can be problematic. Therefore, it is necessary to fund research that is children-specific. CureSearch’s stated goal is to change the survival rate from the current 78% to 100%. In an effort to make this goal a reality, the organization’s Tulsa chapter hosts the annual CureSearch Walk, which is scheduled for September 20 at Oral Roberts University. “The walk is about celebrating and honoring children from the Tulsa area who have been affected by children’s cancer, while raising funds for lifesaving research,” says Gonzalez. “During the event, we

take a special moment to remember and honor those children who have lost their fight and celebrate the CureSearch Heroes who are in treatment or are survivors.” One such survivor is Delainey Maxwell. At two years of age, Delainey was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). For over two years, she underwent treatments. By all measures, the young girl has displayed strength and a will to overcome cancer. Having recently completed her last round of chemotherapy on March 6, Delainey is bursting with life. Attending pre-K this year, she says her favorite thing about school is recess. Delainey likes to sing and loves the movie “Frozen.” She and her family met Gonzalez through a shared network of cancer research advocates, and have remained close for some time. Joining their cause is simple. Visit www.curesearch.org to learn more about the different types of children’s cancer and the efforts toward ending the disease. On the site are ample ways to volunteer, as well as donate. Together, we can find a cure for children’s cancer and ensure that every child diagnosed will have the opportunity to experience the joy of declaring recess their favorite part about school.

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(L to R): Anabella Gonzalez, Corrie Maxwell, Delainey Maxwell, Bryson Maxwell and Barry Maxwell.

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CCelebrate the Spirit of the Renaissance

The 19th annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival features costumed performers and artisans, music, magic, comedy, juggling, jousting, tomfoolery, arts, food, drink and more!

By Beki Akins

The Renaissance was a rebirth of the human spirit, igniting a passion for beauty expressed through poetry, art, music, intellect, and romance. This pivotal time cultivated a desire for a noble life, for a freer opportunity for expression, and for the melding of intellectual curiosity, diverse culture, and exotic commerce. Experience a rich cultural tapestry, and the beauty and grandeur of Renaissance England, right here in Oklahoma! You’ll be transported back to the 16th century as Castleton Village comes alive with over 600 costumed stage and street performers, merchants, and artisans providing an entertainment experience fit for royalty. Enjoy special daytime events like the Queen’s Tea, the Royal Luncheon, and the King’s Smoker. And be sure to get tickets for the after-hours entertainment at the Masqued Ball, the Pirate’s Feaste, and the Ceilidh. The Castle of Muskogee welcomes new performers for 2014. Wolgemut, formed in 1997 in Berlin, performs historical music on original instruments. Sirena is a spectacular

Sirena, a spectacular group of singing mermaids, make their debut at the festival in 2014.

group of singing mermaids, and The Swordsmen perform sharp-edged comedy. OKRF welcomes Circa Paleo back to The Cave for a limited engagement. And you’ll find all your other favorite acts appearing on the 15 stages on the Castle grounds. You’ll find a dazzling array of artisan creations at our 134 Renaissance merchant shops. OKRF is proud to include new merchants in the Village. Jezzy’s Treasures features hair

adornments. Find the spices you need to bring life to your kitchen creations at Garlic Festival. Twisted Family Creations, a “Made in Oklahoma” business, crafts unique items from sustainably harvested wood. Ye Jams and Jellies is another MIO company and offers delectable and unique homemade spreads. Be sure to visit the new Masque Shoppe adjacent to the Italian Quarter. Once in the Italian Quarter, be sure to visit Absalom’s

Dreams – a new Hookah Bar and Silk Road experience. Find expanded seating in the Tournament Arena, where the Heroic Knights of Old clash with sword and lance in full contact jousting. Also watch The Royal Gauntlet Birds of Prey present thrilling conservation education with raptors. Then, move to the new seating area for the Living Chess Match and cheer on your favorites. Stroll down twisting, tree-

covered village lanes filled with quaint shops displaying one of a kind, hand-crafted goods. Don the latest Renaissance fashions found in the marketplace, and stop at one of the inns for a flagon of ale. Follow the aroma of fire-roasted food, let the kids play some of the games, or watch the performers while you enjoy a huge smoked turkey leg. Entertainment for all ages will be found at the 2014 Oklahoma Renaissance Festival! Dates and hours are weekends: May 3 - June 1, plus Memorial Day, Monday, May 26, 10:30a.m. to 6 p.m. (Student Day is May 9, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.) For more information and online discount ticket purchases visit www.okcastle.com. Like us on Facebook as The Castle of Muskogee.

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CCan You Sprint in Stilettos? Dress for Success Tulsa hosts the 4th annual Stiletto Sprint and 5K Power Walk/Run on Saturday, May 10.

By Christopher Davis

Dress for Success Tulsa is hosting one of its major fundraising events this month. The Stiletto Sprint and 5K Power Walk/Run is a fun and healthy way to raise awareness and support with good friends. Overlooking the river, the event will take place at Blue Rose Café on Riverside Drive on the morning of Saturday, May 10. “It’s a great area,” says Ronda Adkisson, executive director, of the race’s location. “There’s camaraderie amongst the volunteers and participants,” says Mollie Collins, president. “It’s a lot

of fun – what could be better than a run along the river on a Saturday morning?” The event features the Stiletto Sprint, in which runners wear high-heeled shoes and race for 150 meters. Women and men compete in separate heats, with prizes awarded for first and second place. This fun run is not to be taken lightly, however. Runners’ shoes must have a heel of at least two inches to qualify for the award and bragging rights. Additionally, those clad in a dress, skirt or tie will be rewarded with preferred placement at the front of the starting line.

Do you have what it takes to balance work and exercise in two-inch heels? The 5K Power Walk/Run starts and finishes at Blue Rose Café. The race promotes an active lifestyle and healthy living for the thousands of women Dress for Success Tulsa has served since 2001. “We have a great group involved in the event each year; we are thankful for our patrons and supporters,” says Collins. In addition to the races, a deejay will pump music over Riverside Drive, and sponsors Pepsi and QuikTrip will provide refreshments for participants.

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interviews. The organization works with many other education and support programs, and often connects women with helpful resources for further education and training. “The goal is to have them employed by the end of the sixweek program.” At the end of each program, the class has a small graduation ceremony to mark their accomplishments. The organization relies solely on local donations and fundraising activities to function, and community support has always been strong in Tulsa. One of their biggest annual fundraisers, Dress for Success Tulsa hosts the Stiletto Sprint and 5K Power Walk/Run on Saturday, May 10, at Blue Rose Café at 1924 Riverside Dr. in Tulsa. Registration begins at 7 a.m. The Stiletto Sprint begins at 8 a.m. After the women’s and men’s heats, the 5K Power Walk/ Run starts at 9 a.m. Early online registration fees are $15 for the Stiletto Sprint and $25 for the 5K Power Walk/Run. Registration for children 12 and under is $10. Adults may register for both races for $30. On race day, the registration fees increase $5.

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Spring/Early Summer Post-Emergent Crabgrass, Broadleaf and Nutgrass control plus HighPerformance granular fertilizer. Apr 26 - Jun 15

Aug 8 - Sep 30

Winterized weed control for the control of Chickweed and other winter weeds to help keep the yard looking nice in the winter. Oct 1 - Dec 15

LIME TREATMENT AVAILABLE

LIME TREATMENT AVAILABLE

INSECTICIDE TREATMENT AVAILABLE

INSECTICIDE TREATMENT AVAILABLE

INSECTICIDE TREATMENT AVAILABLE

OK Alarm Lic. #645 / 1756 - Offer Expires 5-31-2014


92nd & Memorial Tulsa, OK • (918) 584-1481 www.SouthPointeCJD.com

BASIC

M-F 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Sat. 7 a.m. - 4 p.m

PENZOIL PLATINUM FULL SYNTHETIC OIL CHANGE, LUBE & FILTER

REGARDLESS OF WHERE YOU PURCHASED YOUR VEHICLE!

FREE

Service & Parts Expanded Hours:

DIAGNOSIS!

$

FREE with Any Service: Automatic Carwash Multi-Point Inspection

Valid only at South Pointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge. Plus tax, shop supplies, hazardous waste disposal fees, where applicable. May not be combined with other coupons, discounts or specials. Please present the coupon at time of write up. ValueNews.com Coupon. Expires 5/31/14.

Use Express Lane for Routine Maintenance Lube, Oil & Filter Changes, Tire Rotation with Brake Inspection

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Multi-Point Inspection Wiper Blade Replacement

Every Express Lane Lube, Oil & Filter Change Includes: Replace Oil & Replace Filter Lube Chassis (if applicable) Check Air Filter Check Tire Wear Check Brake/Reverse Lamps Check Headlamps Check Tail Lamps Check Turn Signals Check Wiper Blades

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Check & Fill Antifreeze Test Battery Check &  Fill Brake Fluid Check & Fill Differential Fluid Check & Fill Power Steering Fluid Check & Adjust Tire Pressure Check & Fill Transmission Fluid (if applicable) • Check & Fill Windshield Solvent

Valid only at South Pointe. May not be combined with other coupons, discounts or specials. Please present the coupon at time of write up. ValueNews.com Coupon. Expires 5/31/14.

• No other leading motor oil provides BETTER WEAR protection

$50-$99.99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10 Off $100-$199.99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15 Off $200-$299.99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20 Off $300-$399.99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30 Off $400-$499.99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40 Off $500 or More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50 Off

BUY 4 TIRES GET ALIGNMENT $1 & MORE!

PLUS, 2 YEAR FREE

South Pointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge • 92nd & Memorial • (918) 584-1481 With this coupon. Must present at time of service write-up. Plus tax, shop supplies, and hazardous waste fees, where applicable. Valid only at South Pointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge. May not be combined with any other coupons, discounts or specials. ValueNews.com Coupon. Expires 5/31/14.

Plus Tax

• Cleans out engine sludge better than conventional and synthetic blend oils

Any Make! Any Model! Foreign or Domestic.

AIR CONDITIONER SERVICE $ 95 Includes up to 1lb. 134A Refrigerant

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• Exceeds car manufacturers’ most stringent standards for cleanliness and protection

ROAD HAZARD!

Valid on regular price OEA or OEM Tires

South Pointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge • 92nd & Memorial • (918) 584-1481 Plus tax & disposal fees. Please present coupon at time of service write-up. May not be combined with other coupons. Expires: 5/31/14. ValueNews.com Coupon

LOVE YOUR VEHICLE? WE UNDERSTAND! QUALITY AND RELIABILITY YOU CAN TRUST

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Mon-Fri 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Saturday 7:30 am to 4:00 pm

 Undercarriage & Suspension Check

95 92nd & Memorial Plus Tax

Includes up to 1lb. 134A Refrigerant

FREE

South Pointe Chevrolet

• FREE battery check with • FREE 20-point inspection

SPRING SAFETY COMBO

9146 S Memorial Dr, Tulsa, OK

(918) 481-8000 With this coupon. Repairs and additional refrigerant extra charge. Must present when order is written. Plus tax, shop supplies and hazardous waste fees where applicable. Valid only at South Pointe Chevrolet. May not be combined with other coupons, discounts or specials. Expires 5/31/14 ValueNews.com Coupon

Phone (918) 481-8000

91465 MEMORIAL, TULSA, OK

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South Pointe Chevrolet 9146 S Memorial Dr, Tulsa, OK

(918) 481-8000

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SATURDAY SPECIAL CREATE YOUR OWN COUPON $100-$199 . . . . . . . . $15 $200-$299 . . . . . . . . $20 $300-$399 . . . . . . . . $30 $400-$499 . . . . . . . . $40 $500-$599 . . . . . . . . $50 $600-$699 . . . . . . . . $60 $700-$899 . . . . . . . . $75 $900-more . . . . . . . $100

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Check-up and Service All cars & light trucks

FREE with any service!  Brake Inspection  Automatic Car Wash

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AIR CONDITIONING

Service & Parts:

South Pointe Chevrolet

BASIC DIAGNOSIS

9146 S Memorial Dr, Tulsa, OK

REGARDLESS OF WHERE YOU PURCHASED YOUR VEHICLE!

With this coupon. Must present when order is written. Plus tax, shop supplies, hazardous waste fee, if applicable. Valid only at South Pointe Chevrolet. May not be combined with other coupons, discounts or specials. Please present the coupon at time of write up.

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South Pointe Chevrolet 9146 S Memorial Dr, Tulsa, OK

(918) 481-8000

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(918) 481-8000

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TIRES PRICE MATCH GUARANTEE 5-Quart Oil change • 4-Tire Rotation • 27-Point Inspection ACDELCO PROFESSIONAL DURASTOP Buy select tires and if you find a better price within 30 days of the purchase, we’ll refund the difference. Eligible Tire Brands: BFGoodrich, Bridgestone, Continental, Dunlop, Firestone, General, Goodyear, Hankook, Kelly, Michelin, Pirelli, and Uniroyal South Pointe Chevrolet 9146 S Memorial Dr • (918) 481-8000 Ad, written estimate, or internet quote for identical tire(s) from a competing tire retailer/installer located within 50 miles of the dealer required during guarantee period for price match. Offer valid at participating dealers.

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South Pointe Chevrolet 9146 S Memorial Dr (918) 481-8000

dexos1® synthetic blend

Excludes full synthetic oil and diesel engines * Balancing tires, tax, and more than 5 quarts of oil extra. Most V-6 and V-8 engines and other select vehicles require more than 5 quarts of oil. Plus tax, shop supplies and hazardous waste fees where applicable. See participating dealer for eligible vehicles and details.

BRAKE PADS INSTALLED

99

$

95* or less

South Pointe Chevrolet 9146 S Memorial Dr (918) 481-8000

Includes Rotor Inspection * Turning or replacing rotors, all other services, and tax extra. Excludes Corvette and other select vehicles. Plus tax, shop supplies and hazardous waste fees where applicable. Retail customers only. See participating dealer for eligible vehicles and details.


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