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Committed to Improving Your Buying Experience Bill Knight Ford maintains focus of making the total automotive experience outstanding for every customer. By Duane Blankenship

Bill Knight Ford is an awardwinning Ford dealership that keeps its sights on improving the customer experience. Selected as the recipient of the Ford Motor Company’s Presidents Award for four consecutive years, Bill Knight Ford continues to receive national recognition as one of the leading Ford dealerships in Oklahoma and the United States. Mr. Knight and his dealership continue raising the industry standard bar each year. “We’ve made a lot of changes over the years as we continually strive to make buying a car and related services as simple and

enjoyable as humanly possible.” Bill Knight Ford recently opened up their indoor showroom to make it more userfriendly and inviting, plus create more space for displaying vehicles. Bill Knight Ford also recently completed construction of an all new and separate Fleet Center to house a revamped fleet sales department. “We identified and responded to the needs of companies in the metro Tulsa area,” said Mr. Knight. “As the economy has begun recovering and new home builds have increased, many companies are

now replacing their fleets with new vehicles.” Knight has added five full-time sales staff members with a vision of serving the needs of that market. The automotive detail department will also be housed in the new Fleet Center. Knight says the dealership’s detail department had outgrown its current space. With the department now located in the new Fleet Center, detail has effectively tripled their square footage. They operate state-ofthe-art automotive detailing equipment to ensure total customer satisfaction. With the (continued on page 24)

Owner Bill Knight, Service Manager Bill Duensing and General Manager Kelly Summers are proud of the everevolving changes focusing on outstanding customer services that keep Bill Knight Ford a significant leader in the automotive industry.

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Millions of people are affected every day by headaches and chronic pain, according to Dr. Terry Bennett, D.M.D. of the Tulsa TMJ Orofacial Pain & Sleep Disorders Clinic. “Many people just suffer and try to do the best they can, but suffering day in and day out is no way to live,” says Dr. Bennett. After practicing general dentistry for 13 years, Dr. Bennett became interested in treating TMJ/TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder) after helping two patients suffering from chronic migraines. Doctors and neurologists had them on several medications that didn’t work so they were told the headaches were stressrelated. Dr. Bennett knew they had TMD and was successful in eliminating their headaches. As a result, in 1990, Dr. Bennett decided to limit his dental practice to helping patients with TMJ/TMD. Dr. Bennett has successfully (continued on page 24) (continued on page 2) www.valuenews.com South Tulsa 39,625 homes (This is a geo-demographic mailing list and delivered to homes in Mid-Town and South Tulsa.)

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“The higher they go the harder they fall” rings loud in this type of environment. As the market continues into record territory, you have to wonder which of these days is going to be the “high” of the run. Many have seen their 401k’s and brokerage accounts produce nice returns. The question now is “Do you have a plan to help preserve the gains that you have made?” If not, you could ride this sexy red sports car right back into the swamp. In fact, it may be time to start looking to trade that sports car for a one ton work truck, if you catch my drift. It really doesn’t matter in the end how much of a run up you’ve had, what matters is what you get to keep. If I had a penny for every time I’ve had someone bring in their old 401k statement or brokerage statements from another firm and tell me “what the value used to be ….” with a sad and bewildered look in their eye, I’d be a rich woman. Well then, I say “Let’s don’t do that again!

Use a different strategy!” Don’t get seduced by the greed monster thinking that you must drive the sexy red sports car until the wheels fall off. In the last 13 years (March 2000 to September 2013) the S&P 500 has increased from 1527 to 1745. (1) That is an increase of 14.2% in 13 years! This means the S&P 500 had just a little over 1% average return a year. During that time we have had two major recessions. From 2000-2002 the S&P 500 fell 47.6%. (2) It took 5 years to recover to its previous high. From 20072009 the S&P 500 fell 56.2%. (3) It has taken 4 years to recover those losses. The

market moves in two directions. Take time to look at where you’ve been, where you are, and where you want to go. Don’t sit around and wait for a crisis to hit and then try to figure out what to do. Plan your exit strategy in advance so that you are not making emotional decisions. Don’t wait until you have lost $100,000 in your 401k or investment accounts to figure it out. If you don’t know “what to do or how to do it” when it comes to your investments, pay for someone to help you. It will be worth every penny! For more information visit www.waterstoneweatlh.com. Melanie Hasty-Grant, Experienced Licensed Professional Counselor and Managing Principal at Waterstone Private Wealth Management. Securities offered through LPL Financial, Member FINRA/SIPC. • Google Finance (2) Google Finance (3) Google Finance

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Patsy Wessel of Oilton had a positive knee replacement operation with Dr. Ronald LaButti.

LaButti was an immeasurably better experience than her previous surgery. “Yes, I had pain – it’s always painful. But for a knee replacement, it was significantly better,” she says. “I had much less pain. It was a good experience. Dr. LaButti told me that the surgery went perfectly, and I believe it. In a short time, I was able to get up and walk without so much pain because of how well it was done. I wasn’t even on my cane or walker more than a week before I could walk by myself.” A big part of Wessel’s good experience was her knee rehabilitation. Dr. LaButti prescribed a continuous passive motion machine for physical therapy, and Wessel says it worked wonders. “Dr. LaButti sent me home with this machine: for two hours, three times a day, you put your leg in it, and it raises and works your knee. It worked wonderfully, and it

When Patsy Wessel, 73, of Oilton, Oklahoma, had knee replacement surgery with Dr. Ronald S. LaButti last year, she was coming off a prior knee surgery. The difference in the two procedures, she says, was like night and day. “I had already had one surgery done, and it was very painful,” Wessel says. “I didn’t have a good experience with my first doctor, and I didn’t feel like my physical therapist did a very good job either. But with Dr. LaButti, it was very different. I had a very good experience with him.” Wessel’s knee problems developed gradually, over decades, she says. “I’m 73 years old, and I’m in my 35th year in my job, where I walk and stand on cement. I have four children, and where I lived had cement floors. I’ve worked hard in my life, you know? You just wear your knees out.” Wessel says the knee replacement with Dr.

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deep faith, she cares passionately about seeing women live out their dreams by finding their freedom in Christ. “We as women give of ourselves all day, every day – to our husbands, children, careers and households – but we rarely give back to ourselves. This conference is our way of giving back to women, offering them a weekend away to experience hope and healing through Jesus Christ,” says Julie. “Extraordinary Women shares with all women, regardless of their religious affiliation, the love, acceptance and completeness God has for us.” The conference will include music, praise and worship, entertainment and special guest speakers. “Our speakers will discuss issues related to women, many that aren’t necessarily talked about at church on Sunday morning, such as divorce, illness and disappointment,” says Julie. The theme of this year’s conference, “The Joyful

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Spinal Decompression of Oklahoma helps patient Ramona Wimp get her life back.

By Carol Beck-Round

Ramona Wimp is a selfdefined go-getter. Three years ago, however, Ramona, who is now in her early 50s, began experiencing excruciating pain in her legs and back. “I couldn’t even walk across a parking lot without pain,” she says. Ramona, who had spent her life in active pursuits like horseback riding, dancing and playing with her two daughters, suddenly found

herself incapacitated, unable not only to enjoy her usual activities, but also unable to take care of her family. “When I got home in the evening from work, I had to use my hands to lift my legs, one at a time, out of the car,” she adds. “I could barely climb the steps to our front door.” After arriving home, Ramona often found herself curled in a fetal position,

trying to fight the pain. “I couldn’t even clean my house,” she says. “The pain affected every area of my life, including driving. I couldn’t drive very far without excruciating pain.” An optimistic and outgoing woman by nature, Ramona continued to smile at work, greeting those who walked through the doors of Claremore’s Goodwill, where she is a customer service man-

Ramona Wimp, customer service manager for Goodwill, fought excruciating back and leg pain for three years, leaving her incapable of living a normal life.

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ager. However, the smile hid the pain she fought daily. “My co-workers were so great,” she says. “They worked with me, allowing me to sit on a stool behind the counter as a cashier when I couldn’t do my regular work.” Some days, she couldn’t even manage that. “The pain would get the best of me sometimes and I’d have to leave work.” Because she had never had a back injury or been involved in an accident, Ramona couldn’t understand why she was in so much pain. “I had ridden horses a lot when I was younger,” she explains. “I’d been bucked and kicked but never had any pain.” In the past, she had also competed in 5K races, leading to knee trouble and a procedure to offer some relief. “I had a lot of wear and tear on my knees,” she adds, “but I couldn’t see how that could affect my back.” Ramona had been to different doctors, including 20 sessions with a chiropractor. “I had also been to an orthopedic surgeon,” she says. “I wanted to avoid surgery at all costs, so I asked him about my options.” Seeing the specialist revealed problems with degenerative discs in her back. “He is the one who suggested spinal decompression as an option, but I still waited for awhile,” she says. A visit and several tests with Dr. Dwight J. Korgan at Spinal Decompression of Oklahoma eventually led to her giving spinal decompression a try. “I am so glad I

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LLarger, Brighter Displays for 2013 Enjoy two free drive through events in Muskogee this holiday season – Castle Christmas at The Castle of Muskogee and The Garden of Lights at Honor Heights Park

By Sheryl Sowell

Celebrate the best of family holiday traditions at The Castle of Muskogee! Take a leisurely drive through Castleton Village, filled with over 2,000 holiday inflatables and thousands of colorful lights. The drive through is free and donations are

gratefully accepted. The Castle’s additional events are open November 28, 29, 30, December 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, and every night December 12 through December 31. Please check the calendar at www.okcastle.com for a schedule of each night’s activities.

The Grinch and Father Christmas will make special appearances at The Castle of Muskogee this year.

Outside The Castle, you can take a hayride or a carriage ride through the Village, ride the ponies or the camel, and visit the petting zoo. Stop inside The Castle for old-fashioned family holiday activities. Bring your kids to make ornaments in Santa’s workshop, warm up by the fireplace, and plan your visit with Father Christmas – and keep your eyes open for The Mean Green One, too! Stop in for some holiday shopping with a variety of merchants, and pick up something unique for yourself or a loved one. Get fireworks for New Year’s Eve celebrations and items from The Christmas Shoppe for your own holiday displays. Join us in the Royal Garden Cafe for a light supper or snack, hot chocolate and treats, and great company. Sit and enjoy holiday movies for the whole family. Father Christmas will be at the Castle on Fridays and Saturdays through December 21. There is no cost to talk to

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The celebration includes a free drive-through display of over a million shimmering lights displayed throughout the park. Internationally known for its Azalea Festival, Honor Heights Park draws up to a half million visitors annually to its 122 acres, which are planted with more than 30,000 azalea bushes and thousands of trees, beautifully situated among the park’s scenic hilltop drive. Christmas lights are placed on trees, bushes, and structures throughout the park to enhance the natural beauty of the gardens, waterfalls, and ponds. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. nightly, and the event is free. Both drive-through events are open nightly from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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SSalon Has a Heart for Giving BA Highlights Salon will provide free haircuts and other cosmetology services to the young women of Project Manna Girls’ Home.

By Sheryl Sowell

BA Highlights Salon recently began a partnership with Project Manna Girls’ Home, an initiative to establish the first girls' home in the Tulsa area. A development of Launch Ministries Inc., Project Manna Girls' Home is a foster and community home that focuses on transitional living. The goal is to assist DHS with preparing young ladies for adulthood,

providing stability and an environment that will offer safety, encouragement, support and healing for girls ages 12 through 21. The home can house up to six young ladies. They currently have three living in the house, and anticipate two more and a newborn by Christmas. One of the young women is pregnant and expecting a baby girl any day now.

Ashley Walker of the Project Manna Girls’ Home and Michelle Whitney, owner of BA Highlights Salon.

Elaine Collins, hairstylist at BA Highlights Salon, was watching the news recently and saw a segment about the Project Manna Girls’ Home. “I’ve seen firsthand how harsh life can be for kids who have aged out of the DHS system. This story really touched my heart and I knew I wanted to be a part of this project.” Elaine immediately had the inspiration to help by offering hair and nail services to the young women. She discussed it with BA Highlights owner Michelle Whitney, who loved the idea. The salon contacted Ashley Walker, and a partnership was formed. BA Highlights Salon will provide the young women with free haircuts, eyebrow waxing, shampoo and conditioner, and nail services for special occasions. “It’s exciting to see the confidence boost the girls had after their first real salon experience,” says Ashley, who developed the Manna project. “These are young women who are or who were once in DHS custody and considered at risk, and they never really had opportunities like this before.

It’s wonderful to see the change in them, especially in one young lady who had not cared very much about her appearance. She is now excited about her doing her hair every day, and has developed a great sense of confidence and poise because of the experience.” BA Highlights Salon will have an ongoing partnership with the Project Manna Girls’ Home, which is undergoing a capital campaign for expansion in January. If you would like to help these young ladies, BA Highlights Salon will be a drop-off location for items on their Christmas wish list. A few of the items the girls need include pre-cooked meals, gift cards to Wal-Mart and Target, diapers and other supplies for the baby on the way, hygiene products, clothing, shoes and jewelry, and headphones. For a complete list of items or other ways to help, contact Ashley Walker at (918) 688-7100 or info@freetolaunch.com. While you are dropping off items for the Christmas list, be sure to make an appointment with one of the

talented cosmetologists at BA Highlights Salon to spruce up your look and dazzle this holiday season. The salon offers a full range of services including haircuts and styling, color and highlights, skin care, makeup, waxing, massage therapy, manicures and pedicures, acrylics and nail art. Owner Michelle would like to welcome three new stylists to the BA Highlights team: Belinda Fleming and sisters Christina Johnston and Kelley Mitchell. “We’re excited to have these talented ladies become a part of our family.” She also extends well wishes to one of their team members, Claire Parker, who has been out sick for about a month. “Claire, your BA Highlights family hopes you get well soon and misses you very much – especially your clients!”

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GGive the Gift of Broadway Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center’s Broadway Triple Play offers savings in time for the holidays.

By Christina Dixon

It’s the happiest time of the year, and Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center is spreading holiday cheer by offering savings on ticket prices for the last three shows of its fifth anniversary season. The ‘Broadway Triple Play’ includes an evening with Australian musical troupe The Ten Tenors on Jan. 24, the Oklahoma debut of the new Broadway smash “Bring It On: The Musical” on Feb. 18 and Tony-Award® winning Best Musical “Memphis” on April 22. The three-show ticket pack ranges from $48 to $144 and is available at the BAPAC Box Office located at 701 S. Main St. in downtown Broken Arrow or by phone at (918) 259-5778.

“Our mission is to bring the world to Broken Arrow, and I think we are doing just that with these three elite Broadway shows,” BAPAC Executive Director Mark Frie said. “It’s been an outstanding fifth anniversary, and we couldn’t have asked for a better way to close out the season.” On Jan. 24 at 7:30 p.m., The Ten Tenors from all the way Down Under take the BAPAC stage, bringing a mixture of rock and classical music to create a sound that is uniquely theirs. This musical ensemble shot to international fame during a guest spot on Oprah Winfrey and hasn’t stopped since. Amidst incredible

international success, this Australian troupe has become known as one of the hardest working touring acts, performing an average of 250 shows per year across seven continents. Continually striving to challenge themselves and their audience, they have sold over 3.5 million concert tickets, have four gold CDs and two platinum, as well as two gold DVDs and one platinum. “The Ten Tenors respectfully tip their hats to their classical roots and share with audiences unique renditions of the genre’s best love pieces, but they also push the boundaries of what it means to be a tenor and to sit in the classical genre in today’s

world,” according to The Ten Tenors website. On Feb.18, the BAPAC theatre will be full of explosive dance and aerial stunts as “Bring It On: The Musical” presents a night sprinkled with sass. Inspired by the 2000 film “Bring It On,” this musical will take the audience on a high-flying journey through friendship, forgiveness and determination. It tells the story of the challenges and unexpected bonds formed through the thrill of extreme competition, which is sure to be everything the audience hoped for and nothing like they expected. April 22 brings awardwinning “Memphis” to Broken Arrow from the

underground dance clubs of 1950s Memphis, Tenn. A winner of four 2010 TonyAwards including Best Musical, “Memphis” bursts off the stage with explosive dancing, irresistible songs and a thrilling tale of fame and forbidden love. Inspired by actual events, “Memphis” is about a radio DJ who wants to change the world and a club singer who is ready for her big break. Come along on their incredible journey to the ends of the airwaves– filled with laughter, soaring emotion and roof-raising rock ‘n’ roll. The ‘Broadway Triple Play’ is available at the BAPAC Box Office located at 701 S. Main in downtown Broken Arrow or by phone at (918) 259-5778, Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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SShine Brightly This Season Vincent Anthony Jewelers has a great inventory of stunning gift ideas for any special occasion.

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If you’re “Santa,” you’re probably still preparing gift lists. With the holidays rapidly approaching, it’s a great time to shop Vincent Anthony Jewelers, with locations in Tulsa and Broken Arrow. Vincent Anthony Jewelers is an upscale, fullservice jewelry store serving area residents for the past 13 years. Owner Lonnie

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(L to R): Lonnie Iannazzo, owner, Ashley Taylor, Rhonda Amaro and Connie Hill-Tinsley of the Vincent Anthony Jewelers store in Tulsa. (Not pictured: Valorie Reynolds and Geri Stribling, Tulsa store; Store Manager David Pfeifer and Carol Ballard, Broken Arrow store.)

manages a “perpetual wish list” for customers, and male shoppers are glad they do! When spouses or other family members have added items to their wish list, it is not difficult to purchase a gift that they will appreciate and value. After all, they selected it. "With a jeweler on staff at the Sheridan store, we custom design jewelry. We also feature many leading lines of designer jewelry that will satisfy even the most discerning connoisseur,” said Lonnie. Both locations offer in-store watch battery replacement. If you purchase your watch from Vincent Anthony, batteries are always free. Some designer lines you’ll find at Vincent Anthony include Andrea Candela, Mark Schneider (bridal and fashion line), Michele Watches, Pandora, Simon G, William Schraft and several others, many exclusive to Vincent Anthony. Ever-popular Michele Watches have interchangeable bands that are easy to remove, enabling the owner to coordinate their watch with specific outfits. Gucci Timepieces captivate consumers around the world

with beautiful products for men and women. The Gucci line features exquisite products, a timeless sense of style, and inherent elegance. Vincent Anthony carries the captivating LeVian line that brings fine jewelry within reach of jewelry lovers everywhere. Sheridan Store Manager Connie Hill-Tinsley says, “We have customers who believe the LeVian line to be one of the world’s most beautiful and desirable jewelry brands.” The Mark Schneider Secret Heart Collection of bridal engagement rings carries a personal, secret laser inscription known only to you and your bride-to-be. They are a unique token of your love. You’ll also find a complete line of Pandora charms, bracelets, necklaces, and rings at Vincent Anthony Jewelers. Pandora products combine beautiful gemstones, precious metals, and fabulous designs, and gift items begin at $25. You’ll want to peruse Vincent Anthony’s Andrea Candela line of sterling silver with 18karat yellow gold jewelry items. Andrea Candela is a full product line offered at great prices.

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Eddie Curran, of Nowata, recently joined RCB Bank as its new VP Business Services Group Manager. This is a new job position at RCB Bank and Curran will serve as a leader and sales coach for the bank’s Business Services Group. The Business Services Group works closely with business customers on RCB Bank’s variety of money management solutions, including Merchant Card Services (credit card

processing), Remote Deposit Capture, Direct Deposit and Online Banking, Mobile Deposit, Account View, Direct Debit, Lock Box Services, Positive Pay and Pay Cards. The five-member Group which serves all of RCB Bank’s 33 locations in Oklahoma and Kansas aims to make business banking convenient, thus allowing more time with their customers, according to Curran. “When the opportunity

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to work at RCB Bank came up, I couldn’t pass it up,” said Curran. “RCB’s approach and philosophy of building relationships with customers rather than pushing widgets matched mine and gives me the chance to utilize my skills in a new and challenging format.” Previously Curran worked for IBT, and for the last 14 years he has worked with banks in a consulting/training capacity as well as in the design and construction of branch projects. RCB Bank was one of his clients at IBT; Curran helped RCB Bank with the design of its new branches in Stillwater and Edmond and various remodels in other communities. Because of that partnership and Curran’s proven performance as a team leader, he was approached by RCB Bank when the new position came about. “Our interaction with Eddie in his previous position proved his customer service abilities,” said Roger Mosier, President and CEO of RCB Bank. His approach to customer service mirrors ours

at RCB Bank, make a connection, build a relationship and be mindful of the needs of our customers.” Curran currently lives in Nowata and enjoys everything outdoors: working in the yard, hunting, and spending time at the lake. He has two kids, his scientist and experimental cook, Jozi, 11, and his athlete of the family, Vance, 9. Curran sits on the Nowata Boys and Girls Club Board where he helps run Tball, softball and baseball programs as well as various fundraising events like their annual Golf Tournament and Princess Tea Party. “Everything starts with the kids,” he said. “I believe that it is important that every child be given every opportunity to succeed and that’s our objective for the kids of Nowata County. By providing them a safe place to get a meal, help with homework, partner up with a mentor, gain life skills or just have a good time, they see that there are people out there who care and that they can succeed in life no matter their circumstances.”

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Dec. 13, 15, 19-24 Miracle on 34th Street: The Musical Cox Business Center, Tulsa www.coxcentertulsa.com Dec. 14 Claremore Christmas Parade Parade starts at Claremore Expo Ends at Gazebo Park. 6 p.m. www.claremore.org Dec. 14 Tulsa Holiday Parade of Lights 6 p.m. Downtown Tulsa www.tulsaholidayparade.com Dec. 14-15 Live Nativity 6 & 7:30 p.m. King of Kings Lutheran Church 14023 S. Casper, Glenpool 918-291-2005 Dec. 15 David Phelps Christmas 7:30 p.m. Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center 701 S Main, Broken Arrow 918-259-5778 www.thepacba.com Dec. 15 ABATE Toys for Tots Toy Ride 2 p.m. Tulsa Fairgrounds to Blue Dome District 918-691-8513 www.abateoftulsa.org Dec. 20 Asleep at the Wheel – Santa Loves to Boogie Robson Performing Arts Center 101 E. Stuart Roosa, Claremore 918-923-4290 www.claremorepac.org Dec. 21 Christmas with Kathryn Zaremba & Jeremy Ney 7:30 p.m. Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center 701 S Main, Broken Arrow 918-259-5778 www.thepacba.com Dec. 21 The Main Street Radio Players 7 p.m. Herron’s Crown Opry Theater 1015 W. Main St, Collinsville www.sevenlivelyarts.com


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Let The Hamlet make your holiday meals, parties, and gift-giving quick, easy and delicious. Since 1986, The Hamlet has been a Tulsa tradition in many homes. There are hams available everywhere, but only The Hamlet features the exclusive

honey cured, spiral sliced honey-kissed™ ham that is always imitated, but never duplicated. The Hamlet hams have earned a reputation for being “real ham!” Owners Bryan and Shannon Hester are looking forward to greeting the many

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www.ValueNews.com The Hamlet honey-kissed hams come in 7 to 18 pound sizes. If you’re not sure what size you need, friendly employees can help you decide. The Hamlet also offers whole smoked turkeys or boneless, spiral-sliced, allwhite-meat honey-kissed turkey breasts. The smoked turkeys range from 10 to 15 pounds and turkey breasts are 4 to 5 pounds. All these meats are fully cooked and ready to eat. They’re always a big hit at any holiday meal or party, and most appreciated by any hostess. The Hamlet hams or turkeys make excellent corporate gifts. Corporate discounts are offered for orders of 10 or more. All the meats can be shipped anywhere in the United States or delivered locally. Custom-made gift baskets, with or without a ham, start at $25. Gift cards in any amount are also popular among individuals and corporations. Happy recipients can choose a ham, turkey or whatever they want, whenever they want it. They can even use gift cards in the deli that features The Hamlet honey-kissed ham and turkey and a variety of Boar’s Head meats and cheeses, cold sandwiches, grilled sandwiches, wraps, salads, ham and beans, chili and soup. Or they can use

the gift cards in the new patio grill at the 91st and Sheridan location. Menu selections include exclusive Hamlet appetizers, steaks and gourmet burgers. “All our meats are the same premium quality as our famous hams,” says Bryan. Ceiling fans, ceiling-mounted heaters and a wood burning fireplace create comfortable, year-round al fresco seating for an extraordinarily fine meal, Monday through Saturday. Dine in or order your meals to go. For office parties or unexpected guests, a variety of party trays that serve up to 100 are available for pick up or delivery to your door. For parties of 25 or more, catering can be arranged. When you want only the best for your family and guests, get a honey-kissed ham from The Hamlet. Don’t forget dessert to top off a great meal! This holiday season The Hamlet is featuring pies and cheesecakes by order. For added convenience, you can order online from your computer, smart phone or tablet. For more information, contact

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Open the Door to a Beautifully Furnished Home Mustard Seed Door Consignment will host a Holiday Open House on December 7 from 6 to 9:30 p.m. with discounts, door prizes and refreshments.

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Mustard Seed Door Consignment, the premier furniture and accessory consignment shop in Northeast Oklahoma, offers you an opportunity to sell your gently-used furniture and treasure hunt for bargains on unique furniture and home decor. New items arrive daily and you can find every style of furniture and accessories to suit your taste, including traditional, contemporary,

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PParade of Lights The 78th holiday extravaganza will be Saturday, December 14 at 6 p.m. in downtown Tulsa.

By JoAnn Frizell

The Tulsa Downtown Parade of Lights – celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah and other holidays – is proud to announce movie and television star Samantha (Sami) Isler as the Grand Marshal for the 2013 Parade. Samantha is currently starring in the NBC sitcom “Sean Saves the World,” which debuted on October 3, 2013. Her co-stars are Sean Hayes (“Will and Grace”) and Linda Lavin (“Alice”) and Megan Hilty (“Smash”). Samantha Isler first made her mark with NBC in 2009 as a kid reporter. She recently completed filming the gothic thriller/dark comedy “Dig Two Graves” with Ted Levine, and she was also in the April 2013 release “Home Run.” Sami is a native Oklahoman, born in Tulsa on October 26, 1998. She had just graduated from the 8th grade at Monte Cassino when Hollywood called. The 2013 Parade of Lights will take place on

Saturday, December 14 beginning at 6 p.m. The route begins at 4th and Elgin, travels west on 4th to Boulder, north on Boulder to 1st, then east on 1st to finish at Elgin in the Blue Dome District. This is the 78th year for a holiday parade in downtown Tulsa. “The Parade had thousands of spectators lining the streets last year, and this year will be even bigger and better,” said Larry Fox, Parade Chairman. “It is going to be an unbelievable year of talent and entertainment for the Parade of Lights. We are very pleased to have Sami as our Grand Marshal. Once we heard about her and the show, we knew we had to have her!” The Parade of Lights invites everyone to come enjoy the 60+ floats, balloons, dance groups, collegiate and professional sports teams, beauty pageant winners and so much more. The Guthrie Green will

be hosting the Downtown Parade of Lights After Party on December 14, from 7 to 9 p.m. Float awards for this year's parade will be announced by Grand Marshal Samantha Isler. The party will have live entertainment, a concert by Star Fisher, food trucks lining the park, and arts and crafts vendors under the north dock at the Holiday Sale. Activities for kids will include meeting Santa, pony rides, and fireworks visible from the park. This year’s fireworks will be a joint contribution between the Downtown Parade of Lights and WinterFest. The Parade will be televised again this year by KTUL Channel 8. The Tulsa Girls Art School designed this year’s Tulsa Downtown Parade of Lights poster. There are plenty of parking lots in downtown Tulsa. Visit online at www.tulsaholidayparade.com to view the Parade Route Map. You can view the parade anywhere on 1st and 4th

Television and movie actress Sami Isler, a native Tulsan, is the 2013 Grand Marshal for the Tulsa Downtown Parade of Lights.

Street between Elgin and Denver and on Denver between 1st and 4th Streets. Some viewers report the best place to view the parade is on Denver near the BOK Center and Winterfest. Please note that the Tulsa Police Department will close streets on the parade route at 4 p.m. Lots located inside the “red

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Committed to Improving Your Buying Experience move to the new space, car washing capabilities have also been improved and they still provide a no-charge car wash to every service customer. Those interested in adding to their personal or company fleet will want to check out the new Ford Transit Connect. The Transit Connect is a compact cargo van that’s big on capability. It can maneuver tight city streets, including letting you parallel park with relative ease. Loading and unloading the Transit Connect is made easier with its low-load height and a choice of two rear cargo door angles. It also has large side panels to make sure company name, logo and graphics are prominently displayed. According to Mr. Knight, “The Transit Connect is the ideal compact cargo van.” The Transit Connect has a maximum payload of 1,600 pounds, and it is easy to customize the interior to fit specific needs. If your goal is to move people, the Transit Connect Wagon will seat up to five passengers and still

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provide storage behind the second-row seat. The Transit Connect is very accommodating and attractive. It is available with SYNC® so you can stay in touch with hands-free calling and much more. While the Transit Connect is a ruggedly built truck, certified to Ford Light Commercial Vehicle Durability Standards, it also offers the comfort and efficiency of a car. “A” rated with the Better Business Bureau, you’ll want to visit Bill Knight Ford whatever your automotive needs may be. They pride themselves on professionalism and continually make changes that enable them to create long-term relationships with their customers. For more information, contact

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Are Headaches and Chronic Fatigue Affecting Your Life? continued from page 1 helped hundreds of patients become pain-free, including Jan from Tulsa. “Jan fell and landed on her right jaw. She spent the next seven years suffering from trauma-induced migraines. After seeing numerous doctors, none could help her. She suffered a migraine-induced stroke and seizure and was on the verge of suicide,” said Dr. Bennett. After examining Jan, he knew she was suffering from TMD and fitted her with a custom-made dental appliance. Within two weeks her headaches were gone and she was completely free of her medications. While each patient is unique, Dr. Bennett and his staff work hard to help patients become pain-free utilizing advanced techniques and state-ofthe-art imaging. Dr. Bennett is currently the only dentist in Eastern Oklahoma who is board-certified in Craniofacial Pain and Dental Sleep Medicine. He is at the top of his profession and is recognized by his peers as one of the elite practitioners in the country. Having

completed over 3,000 hours of continuing education, Dr. Bennett has attained the status of Diplomate in three national organizations. He also currently serves as President of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP). Do you suffer from chronic fatigue, have trouble sleeping or concentrating, have frequent headaches or fall asleep in your car in traffic? If so, you may have sleep apnea. Since 1995, Dr. Bennett has treated patients who snore, and those diagnosed with mild to moderate sleep apnea, using dental appliance therapy, which is approved by the FDA. Dr. Bennett has helped hundreds of patients with sleep apnea sleep “cordless” (no CPAP) and get a good night’s sleep. Dental appliance therapy is generally covered by insurance when there is a proper diagnosis of sleep apnea and sufficient documentation. According to Dr. Bennett, “Whether a patient has sleep apnea or TMJ/TMD, we use the latest in imag-

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Choices for Life Seeking Foster Parents households with foster parents who are willing to go above and beyond usual expectations and provide loving homes that will encourage healing, learning and growth. The need for qualified and responsible foster parents willing to take on relatively challenging cases is ongoing. Harold Thompson, clinical supervisor at CFL, is candid about the unique qualities they look for in potential foster parents. “They need to understand the reality of the situation,” he says. The cases that CFL takes on often involve heartbreaking stories, ranging from physical and emotional abuse to drug addiction in the household. Indeed, it takes a special type of person to not only consider stepping into such situations, but to commit to helping these children heal and learn how to live a life of normalcy.

There are a few basic steps that potential foster parents should expect as they consider working with CFL. Of course, the fundamental qualification is that you have a desire to foster a child and are prepared to begin making up for the lack of quality parenting in the child’s previous situation. Every potential parent goes through a DMV and background check. There is also an income study during the application process. CFL is committed to ensuring that foster homes are focused on providing a healthy environment for these children and that potential parents are not viewing the situation as a means to balancing their household budget. Home inspections, likewise, are an important part of the application process, as CFL is committed to ensuring that children are moving to homes with adequate space and a

healthy family environment. Interested parents should not be intimidated by all of this process, though, since CFL provides plenty of support and training. “We provide rigorous training from the beginning,” says Mr. Thompson. “We also pair new families with mentor families, which we find eases a lot of the expected anxiety early on.” CFL builds on this foundation of support with ongoing training and regular meetings. These large meetings are intended to get families together and help build a social support network. Comprehensive training and support is just one of the many facets of CFL’s unique approach to providing wraparound services for therapeutic foster care. Therapists meet with families in the home at least once per week. The agency provides 24-hour phone support as well. CFL

continued from page 1 works with schools to ensure appropriate attention and care is considered in the child’s academic environment – crucial in any child’s life. Treatment plans are updated every 90 days, ensuring families, therapists, schools and child are all on the same page and are attentive to the real-time needs of everyone involved. All of this combines to create a foster agency that exceeds standards and expectations and connects children with good homes. If you have found yourself thinking about fostering or searching for a way to make a

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The Greatest Story Ever Told The 15th annual Bethlehem Walk, a free guided outdoor walk through an exciting and realistic Nativity, will be held December 5-8 at Christview Christian Church.

By Sheryl Sowell

Christview Christian Church, located at 2525 S. Garnett, is pleased to present the 15th annual Bethlehem Walk to the Tulsa community. The Bethlehem Walk is a 45minute guided outdoor walking tour through an exciting and realistic Nativity scene. The path is lighted,

and golf carts are available for those who are handicapped or disabled. Performances will be held December 5 and 6 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and December 7 and 8 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The presentation features a cast of more than 150 authentically dressed Roman

Experience the true story of Christmas at Christview Christian Church’s Bethlehem Walk, a free outdoor walk through a living nativity.

soldiers, beggars, lepers, heavenly angels, shepherds, and Mary, Joseph and the Christ Child. The church maintains a costume room with hundreds of costumes made as authentically as possible. Live camels, sheep and donkeys add to the authenticity of the greatest story ever told. Reservations are requested, and large groups are welcome. Admission is free. The Bethlehem Walk attracts thousands of attendees each year from a six-state area. Individuals and groups congregate in the church’s auditorium. Everyone is assigned to a family and a guide who is also the “family head.” Some participants will be given Roman coins with which to pay taxes as they enter Nazareth. You may even be hassled by Roman guards along the road as you march to Bethlehem. You will soon figure out, everyone becomes part of the production. A tax collector receives your family’s taxes,

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and your family representative will be asked to “make his mark” in the record book. Don’t try to hold back any coins for yourself – tax collectors can get nasty! Along your route, you will encounter angels with silvery white robes and shepherds kneeling in fields. You will visit three wise men and their camels, and will be asked if you have seen the star in the east. As you enter the bazaar, you will enjoy tasting some of the food samples. The bazaar area houses several shops with baskets, jewelry, fruit and nuts, rugs and more. Half the fun of the evening is interacting with the characters, especially when the shepherds invite you to join them at their camp to enjoy their nice warm fire. As you journey on, you will likely see beggars and lepers. Please don’t touch! To do so is “punishable by death.” You will discover that there are no rooms available in Bethelem. One innkeeper announces that he actually put up a man and his wife with child in a stable down the street. It was the last available vacancy in the city. Near the end of your walk, you will fast-forward 33 years as you encounter three crosses on a hillside and visit the tomb area where the body of Christ the Savior has

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gone missing. An angel will appear and read from the scripture. At the conclusion of your walk, you are invited back to Fellowship Hall, where you will visit homes and courtyards of ancient times. Children may make a fabric doll, play games, and pet farm animals, while everyone is welcome to enjoy cider and cookies. The evening is entertaining and educational for all, plus a tremendous outreach to the Tulsa community by Christview Christian Church. The reservation hotline is (918) 232-3587. Operators are on duty from 6 to 9 p.m. each evening, or you may send a text message anytime and an operator will contact you and schedule your time. Please advise the operator if someone in your group is disabled and will need a golf cart. You may also visit www.christview.org, click the Bethlehem Walk picture or link, and make your reservation. Check them out on Facebook as well at www.Facebook.com/ christviewchristian. For more information, contact

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CCelebrate Reason for the Season King of Kings Lutheran Church presents their annual free Live Nativity performances on December 14 and 15.

By Sheryl Sowell

Complete with costumed actors, sheep, camels, a donkey and a stable, the Live Nativity depicts the story of Christ’s birth from the angel Gabriel’s announcement to Mary, through the arrival of the three wise men. Pastor Rick Tabisz will narrate the Christmas story while the actors illustrate the journey, conflicts and celebration that the family experiences. At the end of the presentation, audience members are invited

As we gather to decorate Christmas trees and purchase presents for loved ones, King of Kings Lutheran Church calls us all to remember the purpose of the Christmas season. In an effort to carry out this mission to celebrate the birth of Christ, King of Kings will be presenting a Live Nativity scene on Saturday, December 14 and Sunday, December 15 at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. each night.

The King of Kings Live Nativity cast.

to sing “Silent Night” and warm up with hot cocoa and cookies as well as pet the animals and visit with the cast. “The Live Nativity is a simple reenactment of the birth of Christ that everyone in the family will enjoy. Several families have told me they make this a part of their Christmas traditions every year,” said Pat Bartley, cochair of the public relations committee. “When we all sing together at the end of the performance, it creates a truly beautiful, peaceful feeling within.” The presentation itself will last for approximately 40 minutes, and it is performed regardless of the plunging temperatures. Seating is provided, but Bartley urges spectators, “Please dress appropriately and bring blankets. The metal bleachers are very cold.” The Live Nativity takes place on 13 acres located on the southeast side of Highway 75 and 151st Street in Glenpool. Please arrive early to find seating. Porta-Potties will also be available.

This is the seventh year that King of Kings Lutheran Church has put on a Live Nativity. “We are a missionary church,” Bartley says. “This is our small way of sharing Christ’s love with the community.” King of Kings is a small church with a congregation of just over 100 members; the church begins setting up committees in the early fall to prepare for the event. Whether participants are actors or supervising parking, every member plays a vital role in the Live Nativity. “It takes us all,” Bartley says. “Our goal is to capture the wonder of our Savior’s birth. It isn’t about commercialization; it is about the simplicity and the joy of the occasion.” This project is free to the community, and is a relatively large endeavor for such a small church. Funding comes from both the congregation and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, an organization that does much more than offer financial services. They also offer outreach opportunities that enable

members to help their communities and congregations. “The entire presentation is a testament to the season. The volunteerism that it requires is truly indicative of the Christmas spirit,” says Bartley. King of Kings is a mission church that provides outreach to the community in a variety of other ways as well, including the Mercy Mission II Food Pantry and the Good Samaritan Mobile Medical Ministry, available on the first and third Fridays of each month. The food pantry and mobile medical ministry are held at Extreme Worship in Glenpool. The church will also have a float in the Glenpool Christmas Parade and the Tulsa Hills Christmas Parade, both on December 7.

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TTips for Safer Shopping Online Online shopper Tammy White offers her safe practices. By Jocelyn Wood

Technology is a beautiful thing, especially during the holidays when I can choose to avoid the stress of a crowded mall and do my holiday shopping online in the quiet comfort of my own home (in my PJs, if I want). Shopping online has its perks, online specials, doorstep delivery. But, it’s important to

remember to shop with caution. RCB Bank employee Tammy White also enjoys online shopping for its convenience and the ability to comparison shop for the lowest prices. At the same time, she exercises due diligence as a consumer to help ensure she and her

Shopper Tammy White says to use caution when buying online.

money are protected. Here are some of her online safe practices. Always make sure the website is legit. “One of the best ways to know who you are really dealing with is to scroll over the web address and make sure it doesn’t change to a different company,” said White. “Also check for secure-locked sites. I only shop at stores that are well known, like Amazon.com or Wal-Mart, and I tell my sons if they’ve never ordered from a particular site to Google it first and see what others are saying about the site.” RCB Bank adds: Be very cautious of emails and texts claiming to be from merchants even if you recently purchased from them. Fraudsters are professionals and design very convincing documents. Log in to the merchant’s official site to read communications regarding your purchases. Use one credit card. “I stick to one major credit card so I don’t have to remember how I paid,” White said. “This way, I have one statement to look at, one account to monitor and one

company to call if there is a problem.” RCB Bank adds: Consider getting a prepaid VISA card to use for online shopping. Not only can you set a holiday budget and put only that amount of money on the card, it will protect your debit card (check card), which is tied directly to your bank account, from online hackers. Be sure to ask your bank about any fees or hidden charges that may be associated with a prepaid VISA card. Monitor your statements. “When you order online, you automatically get a confirmation email,” White said. “I love this, as it normally has a tracking number on it. I do my part to keep on top of my account and make sure I am only charged what I am supposed to. I can’t count on the company to watch out for me. I am one customer; they have thousands.” RCB Bank adds: Many online merchants will ask you to store your card information and its security features (such as the CVV code or expiration date) to save time on your next purchase. This is not a good idea since someone could use your card if

they obtain the credentials you use to make online purchases with the merchant. Monitor your bank account transactions regularly and report any unauthorized or suspicious activity to your bank or credit card company immediately. Track packages from official sites like UPS.com or FedEx.com. Do not click on messages sent via email or text. Clicking on links can put your money and your identity in danger. Set a spending limit. “It is easy to shop online and get carried away,” said White. “Remember you still have to pay the bill when it comes.” To learn more about Internet security and fraud awareness, you can call RCB Bank at 855-BANK-RCB. Our fraud department is happy to answer any questions you may have.

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CCelebrate Bedlam at KingsPointe Join KingsPointe Village for a weekend of fun and football rivalry on December 6 and 7.

By Christopher Davis

What do you get when you take 100,000 square feet of retail space, set up big screens on the patio, live stream two famous football coaches and douse it all with orange and crimson? You get KingsPointe Village during Bedlam weekend! Over the first weekend in December, join Hideaway Pizza and KingsPointe Village for a special Bedlam celebration, featuring sidewalk sales and a live broadcast of both the OUOSU football game and “Coach’s Cabana” with Pat

Jones and Barry Switzer. KingsPointe Village is one of the most popular shopping centers in Tulsa. Owned and operated by the King Davis family, these Tulsa natives have developed the land from an old airstrip at 61st and Yale to the retail hub it is today. One key to their success has been their ability to engage the public in a way that few retail centers do. Summer concerts and special Okla-centric promotions are routine at KingsPointe Village. And what speaks to

Oklahomans better than the Bedlam series? Whenever OU and OSU clash, you can count on houses, workplaces and schools to be divided into armies of orange and crimson – if only temporarily. For the upcoming game on December 7, count on KingsPointe Village restaurants and shops to join in the rivalry. Friday and Saturday, businesses at KingsPointe Village will be celebrating Bedlam weekend with special promotions, discounts and festive OU and OSU themed

A house divided: Kelley Chilcoat, Kasey Davis, Sharon King and Kalen Davis.

decorations. Look for staff dressed up to support their favorite team, as well as sidewalk sales, giveaways and some new storefronts. On Saturday, Hideaway Pizza will serve as the epicenter for the epic battle between the OU and OSU football teams. “Coach’s Cabana” will be streamed live from Hideaway Pizza during the game. Pat Jones (former OSU coach) and Barry Switzer (former OU coach) are scheduled to provide realtime color commentary and interactive discussion. The fun and buzz will not be relegated to the inside of Hideaway Pizza, though. “We will have big screens set up outside on our covered patio,” says Janie Harris, Marketing & Guest Relations for Hideaway Pizza. Customers are encouraged to dress up and celebrate in the lot at KingsPointe Village. If pizza just isn’t your thing, KingsPointe Village boasts several more dining options. Camille’s Sidewalk Café will also be joining in the festivities, as will Dickey’s BBQ, Subway, Pei Wei Asian

Diner and McGill’s. Keep an eye out for new neighbors who will be opening soon. Zen Body Yoga Studio will help attendees of all skill levels de-stress and learn the art of yoga. Rug Fashion Store, specializing in rugs and home accessories, is sure to have that piece that will really tie the room together for the holidays. The Painted Lyon, a paint and sip studio, provides the perfect outlet for your inner artist. With so much going on at KingsPointe Village over Bedlam weekend, there is no reason to celebrate and shop elsewhere. Whether you are rooting for OU or OSU, you will be welcomed by over 30 restaurants and retailers ready to celebrate the rivalry and help you prepare for the holiday season.

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By Deanna Rebro

Every Cajun meal is a celebration in itself. And there’s only one place in Tulsa to get the best Cajun food made by real Cajuns – that’s Cajun Ed’s Hebert’s Specialty Meats at 2101 E. 71st St. “Cajun Ed” Richard never planned on owning a meat market, much less a restaurant. His grandfather owned several restaurants and a catering company in Lafayette, Louisiana,

and he worked there in high school. He left Lafeyette after college to work for an office product company and made Tulsa his family’s home. Over the years, Cajun Ed thought more and more about getting into the food business. “It was just in the blood. My family was involved in it. I’ve always cooked, just not professionally, but I always wanted to.”

“Cajun Ed” Richard with the world-famous turducken.

In 1998, the original market opened at 81st and Lewis. Ed’s idea was to make products under Federal USDA inspection and legally ship them all over the United States. Cajun Ed’s Hebert’s is one of only two federally inspected facilities in Tulsa and has a full time inspector on site daily overseeing production. The production facility in the back of the restaurant produces a wide range of products, including nearly 50 varieties of sausages, gumbo, maque choux, and etouffee. Eighteen varieties of stuffing can be ordered inside a large selection of meats, including the turducken (a chicken stuffed inside a duck, stuffed inside a turkey). You can stop by for your favorite cuts of beef and pork, rabbit, crawfish (seasonally), alligator, chicken, game hens, oysters and quail. The largest Cajun market in Tulsa offers many retail items from all over Louisiana. Cajun Ed says many Louisiana natives come in to pick up products from “home” that they can’t find anywhere else. When the current location opened six years ago, they added a cafeteria-style lunch

service that features live music daily. Two years ago they began seated dinner service. A rotating list of specials is offered each day of the week. One of Ed’s favorites is “Cajun-Mex Tuesday,” with red bean burritos, a variety of Cajun tacos, and his grandfather’s crawfish tamales. The tamales are a longtime family favorite from the catering service and were nearly lost after “Paw Paw” passed. When they could not decipher the bits and pieces of the recipe scribbled down on a scrap of paper, the family decided to get together to try to recreate it. “My wife loved the tamales. They were her favorite thing to eat in the world, so she helped us recreate it. I had parts of the recipe from my cousin, whose brother used to make them for the catering company. My brother in Florida came to town and for a week we got together and made tamales. We’d make a batch and give them to my wife, and she’d tell us ‘that wasn’t it,’ so we’d make another batch and she’d say no. I don’t know how many batches we made, but finally she said we got it right. And we all knew when we tasted them – they were super good.”

Paw Paw’s tamales are served open faced with crawfish etouffee and homemade pico. Cajun Ed is pleased to introduce the creations of his new chef, Aubrey Brune. The OSU Culinary Arts graduate has nearly 20 years of experience in various restaurants, but Cajun food is his new passion. “Aubrey adds his special touch to make some of the best food we have ever offered,” says Cajun Ed. This year you can choose your favorite from three types of cornbread dressing. Christmas morning in Louisiana means beignets are in the kitchen. Cajun Ed’s has the beignet mix and chickory coffee to go with it, or beignets and café au lait are offered from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturdays. Place your holiday order online at www.cajuned.com or stop by the big red house just west of 71st and Lewis. For more information, contact

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