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May Is National Foster Care Month Choices for Life honors foster parents in Sapulpa, continues to expand therapeutic foster care for children. 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

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

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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 family-owned 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 (continued on page 28)

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 (continued on page 28)

Feeling Out of Whack? BA Med Spa & Weight Loss Center offers bio-identical hormone replacement therapy. By Sheryl Sowell

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. “Bio-identical hormones are natural, plant-

(continued on page 2) www.valuenews.com South Tulsa 37,533 homes (This is a geo-demographic mailing list and delivered to homes in Mid-Town and South Tulsa.)

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BIG HAT, NO CATTLE BY MELANIE HASTY-GRANT

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

creating a Big Hat, No Cattle persona: • Shut your mouth. Listening is so much more important that talking. We’ve all heard “You’ve got two ears and one mouth for a reason.” So tell the truth, be authentic and have confidence. But remember that your opinion is just that, an opinion. It is your truth but it may not be someone else’s. • Work Hard. You need to have a good reputation before you can rest on it. The only way to build a good reputation is by working hard and getting results. With friends this means being there for the hard stuff and carrying the load, with business it means delivering on your promises and going the extra mile.

• Be Humble. When you have finally gotten to where you were getting to, don’t be boastful, flaunt it, and try to use it for power. Realize that you didn’t get there without a lot of help from partners who believed in you, from clients and employees that allowed you to help them achieve what they achieved, and from just the grace of God. Know who helped you and how they helped you, and don’t forget to thank them fully and often. Be grateful. If you’re looking for a financial coach to hold you accountable and keep you on track, give us a call. For more information go to www.waterstonewealth.com or call 918-272-1120. Melanie HastyGrant, Experienced Licensed Professional Counselor and Managing Principal at Waterstone Private Wealth Management. Securities offered through LPL Financial. Member FINRA, SIPC.

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

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Reveal Your Mother’s Character Contest . . . . . . .11 Ridesharing Service New to Tulsa Area . . . . . . . . .8 Rock Church, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 S & W Tree Specialists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Senior Life Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Silver Arrow Estates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Sooner Lawn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 South Pointe Chevrolet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30, 36 South Pointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge . . . . . . . . . . .12, 36 South Pointe Honda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 South Pointe Saturn Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Special Gifts for Loved Ones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Spinal Decompression of Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Superior Overhead Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Surceè Gifts & Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 TFI Family Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Tile by Tony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Tobar and Sons Landscaping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Tulsa Regional Chamber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Twisted Soul Sisters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 United Ford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Volvo of Tulsa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Waterstone Private Wealth Management . . . . . . . . . .2 Where Heart and Mind Connect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 White Smile Cosmetic & Family Dentistry . . . . . . . . .14 Will Rogers Stampede Rodeo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Zeal for Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5

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RReignite Your Zeal for Life Jennifer and Will Watkins are walking testimonials of Zeal for Life. By Lorrie Ward

Three years ago, if you would have told Jennifer Watkins that she would soon use the word “zeal” to describe her life, she probably would not have believed you. Zeal might have been something she desired, but it was as far from what she was feeling as the letter “A” is from the letter “Z” in the alphabet. Her husband, Will, who was a member of the Oklahoma Na-

tional Guard for 13 years, had been injured pre-deployment in 2011 and was in the Wounded Warrior Project at the time. Jennifer was working as a realtor, and she felt herself in poor health as well. Both Jennifer and Will were depressed about their physical and financial situation, and it was having a negative effect on their relationship. The couple wanted to

change their lives, but they were not sure how to go about it. In January of 2012, Will happened to be on Facebook and saw that a friend was committing to the Zeal for Life Challenge and decided to take a step of faith and join the movement. At the time he was not in the mindset of doing the business; he just knew they needed to take a step to better

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HHormonal Balance Can Help Dr. Michele Neil is committed to healing patients and empowering them with the tools and resources to enjoy good health.

By Deanna Rebro Ask yourself these questions: Are you overweight and putting on more pounds? If you are a woman, do you have premenstrual syndrome, painful or heavy periods, and or a low sex drive? Are you depressed? Do you sleep poorly? Do you feel tired, but wired? If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, one or more of your hormones may be out of balance. Dr. Michele Neil, board certified internist and sports medicine physician and founding physician of the Functional Medical Institute in Tulsa, offers a brief explanation of the role that hormones play in our bodies. According to Dr. Neil, endocrine glands are responsible for producing hormones. We hear a lot about male and female sex hormones – estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone – but there are also many other hormones that play critical roles in the function of metabolism and energy production. These hormones are produced by the pituitary, thyroid, adrenal and pancreas. The work that hormones do is very important when it comes to balance and the general sense of wellbeing. When they fall out of balance, the effect on one’s health may be life

destroying. Dr. Neil works with patients with all types of hormone imbalance, but one that she particularly wants to emphasize is insulin imbalance. A metabolic syndrome is a condition of insulin dysregulation leading to morbid obesity and eventually Type 2 diabetes. She speaks of her success with metabolic syndrome as “Taming the Insulin Animal.” “This one hormone has affected our whole society with forms of cellular resistance and metabolic disease,” she says emphatically, noting that Oklahoma ranks top in the nation for obesity. “When we look at the sum total of hormone balance, insulin plays a primary role in the balance and circadian rhythms of the rest of the endocrine glands.” It literally serves as one of the keys in maintaining metabolic function and good long term health. All chronic conditions begin with inflammation, she explains. When insulin resistance is part of the metabolic condition, chronic disease is set in motion. Insulin resistance is an inflammatory process. When we become insulin resistant our cells become deaf to the voice of sugar metabolism. Our cells cannot hear the signal

to make energy from sugar. The locks and keys are rusty (in other words, our body is resistant to insulin and in turn blood sugar rises). Brain fogginess and inability to focus, intestinal bloating, sleepiness, especially after meals, and increased hunger are all signs that one’s metabolic status may need medical attention. Left unchecked, this could develop into Type 2 diabetes. The typical SAD – Standard American Diet, loaded with sugar, processed, packaged junk, trans and fake fats, is taking a huge toll on our health. And it is occurring at earlier ages than ever before. Once a disease thought to onset in the older years, Type 2 diabetes is showing up in our young people. “When we learn to tame the insulin animal, we can control not only diabetes, but other metabolic diseases and syndrome of chronic inflammation.” True to her commitment to healing patients from the root cause of their ailment and empowering them with the resources to maintain the best possible health, Dr. Neil incorporates a program called “Physicians Prescription for Nutrition.” This consists of a 12-week lifestyle education series that is individualized for each

Michele Neil, D.O., founding physician of Functional Medical Institute. patient. The goal is to teach them to make the best choices regarding nutrition, exercise, stress and hormone balance. She teaches an ongoing nutrition clinic series of comprehensive health and wellness topics. “Nutrition is 85% of our long term outcome,” she adds. Yes, we really are what we eat. The sooner insulin imbalance – or any type of hormone imbalance – is discovered and treated, the better health one can expect in the future. Dr. Neil is accepting new patients who want

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RRidesharing Service New to Tulsa Area Uber ridesharing expands to Tulsa; company cites TYPros ‘Bring it to Tulsa’ campaign.

By Sheryl Sowell International ridesharing company Uber launched uberX transportation service in Tulsa in March, in response to a surge of support following a recent Tulsa’s Young Professionals “Bring it to Tulsa” campaign. Tulsans can now summon a trained local driver to take them anywhere in the Tulsa area using Uber’s smartphone app. “Tulsa’s Young Professionals made history with their Bring Uber to Tulsa Campaign, and the overwhelming support from residents made it happen. Ridesharing is spreading across the country and starting today, we’re connecting Tulsans with rides and local

drivers with economic opportunities,” said Pooneet Kant, general manager of Uber Oklahoma. “Tulsa spoke, and we listened!” In December, Uber was the subject of the second iteration of Bring it to Tulsa, a businessattraction initiative that previously raised awareness of the need for a Trader Joe’s specialty grocery story in Tulsa. The initiative encouraged Tulsans to sign up as Uber riders or drivers and included a special Bring it to Tulsa sign-up code that offered new riders a discount on their first ride. Tulsa now joins more than 60 Uber host cities in 34 coun-

tries, including Oklahoma City, Dallas, New York City, London, Paris and Moscow. Riders who sign up online can select a pickup time and destination from their smartphones, pay digitally and be picked up by a vetted professional in a vehicle that matches the luxury preference of the rider. Uber hires local drivers who can work as often as they wish, thereby creating jobs. “Uber is a game-changer for transportation in this city,” said Isaac Rocha, 2014 chair of Tulsa’s Young Professionals. “With no public investment, Tulsa has taken one more step toward becoming a

(L to R): Evan Tipton (TYPros Chair-elect), Shagah Zakerion (TYPros Executive Director), Hillary Parkhurst (TYPros Immediate Past Chair), Ryan McDaniel (TYPros Business Development Crew Co-Leader), Pooneet Kant (General Manager of Uber – Oklahoma), Emily Webb (TYPros Business Development Crew Leader), Isaac Rocha (TYPros 2014 Chair), and Siobhan Carey (Uber Community Manager).

place where anyone can live without the expense of regularly using a car. That makes us all the more attractive to millennials, who increasingly choose cities with ample mass transportation.” Rocha noted that ridesharing services like Uber have been shown to increase the use of mass transportation in all forms, including for existing taxi services by boosting awareness of its availability and by complementing bus and taxi schedules to allow for continuous access to mass transportation without long waits. “Filling current gaps in the availability of mass transit in Tulsa is imperative if our city is to attract young talent, improve the vitality of our growing walking districts, spur downtown development and, most importantly, ensure that young people, low-income residents and senior citizens have reasonable access to transportation without relying on a personal vehicle,” said Shagah Zakerion, TYPros executive director. For local operations, Uber will office from The Forge, the TYPros-powered business incubator at 125 W. Third St. in downtown Tulsa. The company will use the facility’s co-working space, a shared workspace with Wi-Fi and office amenities. For more information about Uber, visit www.uber.com. The Bring it to Tulsa initiative was spearheaded by the TYPros Business Development Crew,

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

By Mike Blake

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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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.

Mollie Collins, Dress for Success Tulsa president, Ronda Adkisson, executive director, and Katie Hoffman, community relations coordinator.

Dress for Success started in 1999 in New York. The nonprofit organization caught on, and has grown to 132 affiliates in nine countries. With education controversies making local and national headlines, many communities find themselves grasping for solutions to the complex problems fueled by a rapidly-changing economy and an education system struggling to keep up. Since its opening, Dress for Success Tulsa has made an impact for disadvantaged women transitioning to a life of self-sufficiency. “We serve about 1,200 women in Tulsa annually, which includes our suiting and career development programs,” says Adkisson. Though the organization is best-known for providing business wardrobes, its services extend far beyond wardrobe. “All of our services are free,” says Adkisson. “We assess how we can help women fill in some of the gaps in their skill sets.” Dress for Success Tulsa provides support and training for a variety of vital skills for job seekers, and presents a six-week program for those in need. Educational support and training are offered for free, and includes workshops on employment skills as well as resume writing and mock

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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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 personality, 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 via email at nsmcginnis@gmail.com, or mail your nomination to 8929

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By Christopher Davis Do you want to simplify your life as you prepare for your future? Is retirement not the vacation it should be? What are the advantages and disadvantages of downsizing? Seniors are faced with many new challenges and questions, and a team of professionals have come together to help families work through them in the best way possible.

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and representatives from Two Men and a Truck moving services. “This developed out of what I see every day,” says Beth Ashcraft. She explains that the truth is, many seniors do not prepare for a transition in lifestyle because the process can be overwhelming. Just as young adults may put off important planning and decisions when moving away for college or

Michelle Reed, Mark and Suzanne Rentz, and Beth Ashcraft will be joined by Steve Money (not pictured) for a panel discussion and question-and-answer session at Silver Arrow Estates.

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Mind, HHealthy Body and Outlook LIFE’s Senior Centers provide a variety of enriching programs for adults 50+. By Deanna Rebro

Older adults in the Tulsa area now have even more reasons to become part of LIFE’s Senior Centers. Thanks to a grant from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma, additional fitness equipment and new programming are being offered at LIFE’s two Senior Centers located at Southminster Presbyterian Church and East Side Christian Church. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma’s “Healthy Kids, Healthy Families” initiative supports programs that address nutrition education, physical activity, disease prevention and management, and that provide safe environments for children and families, including seniors. These same cornerstones are vital in helping older adults stay active, healthy and independent. “LIFE’s Senior Centers are designed for independent adults age 50 and older, offering a wide array of social, creative, educational, fitness and health activities to help members stay physically active and enjoy new friendships,” says Jan Dunkelberg, Senior Center and active

aging coordinator. “Even more importantly, we’ve seen (and studies agree) that seniors who stay physically active, mentally stimulated and socially engaged tend to lead healthier, happier lives – and are able to maintain their independence longer.” Some of the activities offered each month include women’s basketball, line dancing, Wii bowling, pickle ball, ping pong, Zumba Gold, social dancing, East Side Band, Vintage Voices choral group, art and writing classes, gardening, bridge, canasta, day trips, luncheons, theme parties and lots more. In addition to these ongoing activities, the Blue Cross and Blue Shield grant is supporting several new programs including: Exercise Equipment Training, learning the safe and proper use of the exercise equipment in the Fitness Room at Southminster; Functional Movement Training, using bands, tubing and sandbells to improve strength and flexibility; Tai Chi, improving large muscle strength and balance; Traveling Through Tulsa’s History, hearing local historian

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Where Heart and Mind Connect W Jayne Bowman of Real Soulutions offers Christian counseling for anyone who is hurting in their heart.

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Jayne Bowman deals with pain. But she doesn’t need to ask her many clients where they hurt. The board certified professional Christian counselor at Real Soulutions Christian Counseling knows that they hurt from the heart. Whether they are feeling the pain of trauma, addiction, family discord or grief, they want to move forward in their lives, but don’t know how. That’s where Jayne can help. In her own words, she provides “Christian-based, clinically sound counseling therapy.” It is nothing like behavioral therapy, where a counselor identifies a client’s problem and then recommends a remedial pattern of behavior. From the initial consultation, Jayne asks each of her clients for a commitment to take responsibility for their lives and to become part of a team. That team is Jayne, the client and God. Although psychology is the basis of her profession, Christianity is the basis of her life. It reflects in everything she does. Counseling sessions may begin or end with prayer. And

she prays for every client, every day. Throughout her sessions, Jayne uses Biblical principles to help clients see for themselves what is holding them back in life. “Answers to the deepest questions in life are within the pages of the Bible,” she explains. “When they can look at things from a different perspective, they can understand why they hurt, what was taken from them, and what they need to do to get it back.” Negative thoughts that have built up from past experiences and poor choices in life keep people from becoming who they want to be, and from feeling the joy that they can’t seem to get. Even Christians can feel this way when faced with challenging situations. There is no need to feel shame or guilt when seeking help. This is actually the first step toward recovery. Singles with a history of broken relationships come to her, as well as family members who feel like strangers living under one roof. Sometimes clients know why they feel the

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CCelebrate the Spirit of the Renaissance

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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

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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

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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

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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 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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organizer Jason Grewe. United State Senate candidates T.W. Shannon and Randy Brogdon will be on hand for the event. Each candidate will make short presentations. Representatives from various foster care and adoption agencies will be speaking and have informational booths as well. Admission is $5 per person with children under 4 years of age receiving free admission. All proceeds will go to the ADOPT(ED) program. About ten years ago, Pastor Alex of theChurch.at preached a series of sermons called FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), submitted by church attendees. One question was, “Why haven’t I heard a sermon on adoption or the scriptural principle of God being the God to the fatherless?” That question, driven by a couple of families who were engaged in the issue of adoption, sparked a journey that resulted in the church getting in the game of caring for the parentless and launching ADOPT(ED). In partnership with Lifesong for Orphans, they receive and process grants and loans for adoptive families in the area. As a result of the initiative, approximately 70 children have been adopted. ADOPT(ED) also helps provide financial support for foster families at the time of placement, holds seminars, offers a variety of resources, and organizes support groups for those who have adopted or are interested in getting information about adoption or foster care. “In the past few years, we have gotten heavily involved in caring for children who end up in our state foster care system. We have dozens of families who are foster-

ing children, volunteering at Laura Dester Shelter, and serving as respite care families for those who are fostering,” says Jason. “We also engage in international orphan care in several countries where international adoption is not an option. Of course, our ability to raise funds is key in accomplishing all of this – thus Salsa de Mayo!” Jason came up with the idea for a salsa tasting fundraiser after attending the Wingapalooza festival earlier this year with his wife and son. “After the event, I said to them, ‘That was fun! What other food could someone do with this concept?’ We came up with chips and salsa – who doesn’t want to know what place has the best chips and salsa?” The next few days, Jason made a few phone calls and printed flyers. “God gave us favor with the Mabee Center and the first three restaurants, and before I knew it, what was once a little snowball was soon rolling downhill gaining momentum quickly. I feel God is using the event to help care for those who have no one to care for them.” Tickets are currently on sale and can be purchased at the Mabee Center box office at 7777 S. Lewis in Tulsa, online at www.mabeecenter.com or at any theChurch.at location.

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The cold hard fact is that as soon as you drive your new car off the lot, it depreciates in value. How much it depreciates varies from car to car depending on a number of factors. During the term of a loan, many car owners find themselves upside-down, meaning they owe more than the vehicle’s insured value. This is especially true when the car is financed for more than 90% of the purchased price or its value. Your financial situation can potentially turn south if your car is totaled in an accident before your loan balance levels out with the value of your vehicle. Good news, there is a solution – Guaranteed Auto Protection or GAP*. A GAP policy can be taken out on new, used and refinanced vehicles, motorcycles, boats and RVs. It helps in the event of a loss, covering the difference between your car’s

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There are only two things you can do if a stampede hits: run with it or get out of its way. So when the Will Rogers Stampede Rodeo hits Claremore on Memorial Day weekend, May 23-25, be sure to find a safe place on the sidelines to watch the dust fly as the hooves hit the ground in a thunderous display of man and woman versus nature. David Petty, chairman of this year’s event and member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) Executive Council, describes Claremore’s Will Rogers Stampede as “one of the top tier rodeos in the country” and feels it is probably the second largest Oklahoma rodeo behind Guymon. He chuckles and says he “married into” the Will Rogers Stampede Association, as his wife’s grandparents were charter members of the original Round Up Club. But his commitment to preserving the heritage of this 68-year-old event goes well beyond that of a typical in-law. “This is the largest and longest running event in Rogers County next to

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and those who have helped in the past,” says Petty. “Last year, we honored Clem McSpadden, Clem Rogers, and Will Rogers.” He points out that area cowboy churches have gotten involved in the Sunday segment, giving musical performances and offering free admission to those who come to the late Sunday afternoon church service and are still there for the 7:30 p.m. opening. As the premier sanctioning body in rodeo, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) crowns its world champions every season at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. For decades, Will Rogers Stampede has been affiliated with ProRodeo, and many legendary world champions have won in Claremore. “The ‘who’s who’ list of national champions who have won the title in Claremore is too long to mention, but includes such legends as Jim Shoulders, Donnie Gay and Trevor Brazile,” adds Petty. For discount advance tickets, go to www.willrogersstampede.com. For more information, contact

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918-317-6800 12007 E. 61st Street, Tulsa, OK Monday thru Friday 8 am to 5:30 pm Saturday 8 am to 1 pm

Hwy 169

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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!

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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.

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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

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

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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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9146 S Memorial Dr, Tulsa, OK

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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.

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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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