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VOL 20 ISSUE 9

September 2013

ROGERS COUNTY NE Oklahoma’s Leading Consumer Newspaper

Under New Leadership Grand Bank in Claremore welcomes Christi Shires as its new branch manager.

The 34th annual Bluegrass & Chili Festival returns September 5-7, 2013

By Cassie Woods

Since opening its doors to the Claremore community in 1996, Grand Bank has seen many technological changes and advancements in order to better serve its customers. The most recent change is the addition of Christi Shires as AVP/Branch Manager. “We are pleased to have Christi on our team here at Grand Bank,” said Travis Wilson, Grand Bank President. “We are very excited about the new opportunities she will bring to our organization and the services we will be able to provide our customers under her leadership as branch manager.” Shires, who joined the Grand Bank team in early August, has been in banking for over 14 years. In addition to serving as branch manager (continued on page 28)

Claremore’s Biggest Festival Returns By Carol Beck-Round An estimated 30,000 people will converge in Claremore September 5-7 to enjoy lots of free award-winning musi-

With 14 years of banking experience, Christi Shires is excited to serve as the new branch manager of Grand Bank in Claremore.

cal performances, a competitive chili cook-off, a vocalist competition and (continued on page 28)

The award-winning “The Lonesome River Band” with Sammy Shelor, winner of the Steve Martin Award for Excellence, will be performing Thursday evening at the 34th annual Bluegrass & Chili Festival.

Rise of the Blue Phoenix Blue Phoenix Buffet in Owasso offers a seafood buffet variety that is the best in the Tulsa area according to customers. By Carol Beck-Round

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With seven buffets, including three hot bars, two fruit and salad bars, one sushi bar and a Hibachi grill, the owners of Blue Phoenix Buffet & Sushi like offering traditional Chinese food as well as Americanized versions to their customers. “I like to cook,” says Anthony Jiang, who co-owns the popular Owasso restaurant with his business partner, Hao Zheng. “I also like introducing traditional Chinese food to American people.” According to Jiang, “Traditional Chinese food is

not that easy to cook and many restaurants in America don’t carry it. We want to make our customers happy and at the same time, help them to learn about traditional Chinese food.” Tremella lotus seed, a sweet soup, is one example of a traditional Chinese food that involves a lengthy process to prepare. However, it is a very healthy dish – and very tasty. Jiang began his restaurant career 11 years ago in New York when he was working for someone else. Eventually, he (continued on page 28)

Hao Zheng, owner, Blue Phoenix Buffet in Owasso.

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LESSONS OF SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS OWNERS BY MELANIE HASTY-GRANT

Many of my clients are successful business owners. I am always interested in figuring out what makes them tick and what lessons they have learned along the way. Some of the characteristics that I have noticed amongst this bunch are that they are typically extremely driven, goal-oriented, and strong willed. They are not the kind to sit back and let things happen to them. They go out and make things happen. They not only dream about what they want in their future, they take bold action. On the downside they can be impatient, demanding, and hard-headed. So beware. The following are some “words of wisdom” from my experience and from successful entrepreneurs I work with: Follow your passion.Figure out what you love to do, not what you like to do. If you are not passionate about what you do, then you will never be really good at it. Either do or don’t. There is no try! In other words, set your mind to a goal. Take action towards that goal every day. “Trying” is a set up for excuses and failure.

Put the right people in the right positions. You must have the right squirrel in the right tree. If you are asking employees to work in a position that does not match their skill set or personality type, they will not do their tasks well and they will hate their job. Create relationships with your customers. Be irreplaceable. Also remember, not everyone is your customer! Don’t just dream about it. Do it! There are a lot of people just dreaming. Perseverance is key. Starting and running a business is hard work. You have to have perseverance to push through the hard stuff. Remember, if it was easy, everyone would do it. Thicken your skin. This is the road less traveled. There will be challenges and struggles. There will be people and situations that disappoint and hurt you. Get over it and move on. Be authentic. Your brand is built around you. It must represent who you are and what you do or it will not resonate with people.

Always do the right thing. Period. Have a succession plan for your business. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Diversify. Invest in things outside your business. Plan for your future. For more information about business succession planning and investing for your future go to www.waterstonewealth.com or call 918-272-1120. Melanie Hasty-Grant, Experienced Licensed Professional Counselor and Managing Principal at Waterstone Private Wealth Management. Securities offered through LPL Financial Member FINRA/SIPC.

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PPaint Any Surface with No Prep Vintique Charm locations in Claremore and Owasso offer the popular Annie Sloan® Chalk Paint®.

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Sheila Giannelli knows how to face a challenge head on and come out on top. The owner of Vintique Charm, located at 321 W. Will Rogers Blvd., spent her early years living in Claremore before getting married and becoming an Air Force wife and mother of three. The life of an active duty family involves many moves, and some of them are to remote locations, like Alaska. Sheila lived at the base there while her husband deployed to Afghanistan. Nearing the end of his military career, she received word that her father was battling brain cancer. Knowing that she wanted to be close to her parents while they took on this challenge, she moved back to her hometown of Claremore. After a brave battle, her father succumbed to the disease, but Sheila decided to stay put. “Claremore is such a great place to raise a family,” she explains. “Everything you need is right here.” After her husband accepted a job as a government contractor, he ended up back on familiar ground – Afghanistan. With a strong entrepreneurial spirit, Sheila made the decision that

it was the perfect time to open her own business. “I have always been involved in businesses of some type,” she says. “I liked the freedom that I found by being an independent business owner in multi-level companies. It gave me the ability to be able to move my business with me wherever we ended up.” This initial experience led her to become involved with Annie Sloan® Chalk Paint®, and eventually, the doors of Vintique Charm opened. The Claremore store will celebrate its first anniversary on September 7. “This has been a really crazy, fun and cool ride for me,” laughs Sheila. “Nothing having to do with this has been planned. Everything, including opening my second location in Owasso, has just fallen into place. Everyone has embraced this concept and loves what the stores have to offer.” The stores take a familiar “booth” concept, but with a unique twist that customers find inviting. Walking through the store, it is impossible to know where one vendor’s area stops and the next begins. This is due in part to the fact that Sheila handpicks each of her renters,

so everything sold complements the other items. “I know my customers well enough to know if they are attracted to one type of product, then I know other items they are likely to purchase as well.” Another distinction of Vintique Charm is that 90 percent of the items sold in the store are “Made in the USA.” As a former military wife and proud American, Sheila believes in supporting American companies. Even the majority of her boutique clothing items are made in Oklahoma or in the USA. Of course the main focus is the Annie Sloan® Chalk Paint® line of paint, developed over 20 years ago. This unique product is especially popular because it allows users to paint on just about any surface with no prep work. Painting on metal, concrete, terracotta, walls, floors and even kitchen cabinets is a breeze using this paint. Classes are offered at both locations so customers can see all the fun possibilities Chalk Paint® has to offer. Seeing really is believing, and you will be amazed at all the amazing projects you can create using this product.

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Both Vintique Charm locations offer similar products, and all must meet Sheila’s high standard of excellence. “I just love that I am living the American dream. I love that I get to involve my three children into what I do every day, and I love being able to meet people and provide them with fun, quality products. Every day gets better and better and I like just sitting back and watching it happen. It’s been a great experience!”

Vintique Charm is located at 321 W Will Rogers Blvd. in Claremore and at 117 S. Main in Owasso. Hours for both locations are: Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and closed Sunday and Monday. For more information, contact

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GGet Well Without Surgery Dr. Hardage takes time to listen to his patients and explore all non-surgical options with them. By Carol Beck-Round

If you take time to check out the Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center website (www.eooc.com), testimonials reveal what Dr. Steven Hardage wants to convey to his patients—he truly cares about seeing his patients get well without having surgery. Dr. Hardage, a primary care sports medicine doctor, doesn’t just treat his patients’ injuries, he takes time to listen. “What sets our office apart from others, I think, is that I spend quality time with my patients,” he says. “It is really important to help a patient understand what the options are concerning an injury and what plan we will follow so we can get them healed.” Although Dr. Hardage specializes in sports medicine, he addresses all areas of non-operative orthopedics, essentially covering everything musculoskeletal from head to toe, including the neck, back and spine to shoulders, elbows, hands, wrists, knees, hips, feet and ankles. “We can help people with pain associated with broken bones, ankle sprains, arthritis, herniated and degenerative

disks, sciatica – anything related to the musculoskeletal system,” he adds. “We take care of all joints and injuries.” While some of his patients’ injuries are sports related, his practice sees patients for joint wear and tear, weekend warrior injuries – “just a little bit of everything.” “If you have an ache or pain, it doesn’t mean you need surgery to correct it,” he says. “The body has the incredible power to heal itself. We can help a patient set the stage for that healing by getting the process started through a variety of options.” Dr. Hardage emphasizes that he is not an orthopedic surgeon. “I want to focus on helping my patients avoid surgery, if possible.” Pointing out the difference between his practice and that of a primary care physician, he adds, “We offer more non-surgical treatments for joint pain and injuries. I want to help people make the appropriate decisions by looking at the options available to them before they even consider surgery.” Dr. Hardage, who has

been practicing in Claremore for nine years, joined Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center in 2004. After receiving his medical degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Dr. Hardage studied family practice medicine at the University of Oklahoma – Tulsa College of Medicine, where he eventually became family practice chief resident. After his residency, he completed a primary care sports medicine fellowship. Patients can receive most screenings and treatments on site without going elsewhere, including X-rays and epidural steroid injections. A new technique Dr. Hardage is excited about is platelet rich plasma injections (PRP), a process by which a patient’s own blood is put into a centrifuge to separate the blood from its many components. The platelet rich plasma is then collected and treated before it is injected into an injured area of bone or soft tissue, such as a tendon or ligament. “We’ve seen a lot of success with this fairly new treatment,” says Dr. Hardage. “I’m excited about

Primary care sports medicine is Dr. Steven Hardage’s specialty, but he addresses all areas of non-operative orthopedics from head to toe.

the options that will be available in the future to help with healing of the tendons.” Dr. Hardage can also be seen on the sidelines at Claremore High School and Rogers State University sporting events to assist athletes who incur injuries during the game. “I’ve always loved sports, but my passion is helping people get better, whether it’s a sports injury or other musculoskeletal problem,” he says. “I’m here to help people. My entire

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Will Rogers Park Steeped in History W Renovation vision will restore beauty and provide a family gathering place.

By Carol Beck-Round

Crystal Campbell is on a mission. In the spring of 2012, the mother of four accompanied her daughter’s class on a field trip to an Owasso park. At first, Campbell was excited. Then, she began to wonder why Claremore didn’t have a huge playground. “Why are we bussing kids away from Claremore for a big park?” she asked. “How awesome would it be to only drive a few minutes to get to a place for kids to play and friends and family to spend time together?” From these questions, the Will Rogers Park Project was born. The five-acre park, located across the street from

the Will Rogers Memorial and originally owned by the museum, is steeped in history but has fallen into disrepair. Campbell wants to change that with her vision. Her vision includes a three-phase plan: a large playground, a Master Gardener teaching garden, and a memorial dedicated to veterans, fire protection, police and those who have served our community. “This is a huge opportunity for Claremore and Rogers County,” she says. “Research shows that parks bring economic strength to communities along with the added health benefits. Playgrounds serve our

Crystal Campbell, with three of her four children - Luke, Addison and Cate, stand beside the banner announcing the construction of the Will Rogers Park Project, a plan to restore the five-acre park.

children.” Although Campbell’s vision began as a one-woman project, the Claremore City Council, the Master Gardeners Association of Rogers County, the Rogers County Coalition, Claremore VFW Post 2976, Healthy Community Partnership and Volunteers for Youth have joined forces with her to raise the funds to bring the project to fruition. Drive by the park and you can already see the renovation beginning with the construction of a splash pad. Originally planned for Claremore Lake Park, the $193,000 project was moved to the Will Rogers Park because of water and sewer issues. Funds for the splash pad came from seed money and grants as well as the City of Claremore. The first phase, a larger playground, is estimated to cost $300,000. A $15,000 grant from Kaboom/Dr. Pepper Snapple and $50,000 from the City still leaves the project short. Campbell has initiated fundraisers, including $5 lapel pins featuring the image of Will Rogers. Pins are available at Floral Creations, Southwest Décor, The Cranberry Merchant, Hammett House, Perry Dogs

and all BancFirst locations in Claremore. Fundraising bricks and pavers, available for $25 and $100, will be used in the walkways. Bricks can be designated for the children’s area, with the children or family name on the brick, or for the memorial. Bricks for this area can include the name of a serviceman or woman on the brick, along with time of service or war served in. To help defray costs of benches and picnic tables, individuals and businesses can purchase a sponsorship with prices ranging from $400 to $750. An optional customized plaque can be added to benches or tables. The Will Rogers Park Project is a non-profit so all donations and contributions are tax-deductible. The second phase, a Master Gardener’s teaching garden, will be located at the old city pool site next to the splash pad. With a planned water feature and beautifully fenced gardens, this phase is estimated to cost $100,000. The memorial, the third phase, will be located next to the fire station. "We envision a place to honor our veterans and those who have served our community," says Campbell.

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SRogers County Fair Celebrating 99th Year Oklahoma native Wade Hayes will headline the 2013 Rogers County Fair. By Carol Beck-Round

A fireworks show will kick off the opening night of the 99th annual Rogers County Fair on Thursday, September 12 at 9 p.m. According to Lisa Rogers, marketing coordinator, the show will be visible for miles. “We will be setting them off on the hill behind Claremore Expo,” says Lisa. Since 1914, heading to the fair means concerts, carnival rides, midway games, fair food, livestock shows and a host of other family-friendly activities. Fair-goers won’t be disappointed this year as a variety of entertainment is on tap for September 12-15, both inside and outside the Claremore Expo Center at 400 Veterans Pkwy. Admission is free. Oklahoma native and country music artist Wade Hayes will perform on Saturday night on the “2 Works for You” main stage located outside the Expo Center. Claremore native James Muns will open the show for Hayes, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The concert is free. “We’re very excited to have Wade Hayes performing back in his home state,” says Lisa. The carnival, provided by

Fun Time Shows in Missouri, will open Thursday and Friday nights, on Saturday from 1 to 10 p.m., and on Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. Wristbands can be purchased each night or tickets can be bought separately. “Last year, the wristbands were $20 per night,” she says. Beginning at 2 p.m. on Thursday and throughout the event, Justin Harrell will be hosting a goat roping for all ages. The popular event includes practice sessions and a jackpot, which will be held outside by the Expo barns. “You don’t have to be an experienced roper,” says Lisa. “The roping is on foot and open to anyone who wants to give it a try. It’s a lot of fun and a popular event.” Saws will be buzzing and sawdust flying as chainsaw carvers – new to the fair this year – will be on hand to demonstrate their unique art. Tom and Wendy Zimmer will be demonstrating their craft on Friday and Saturday. “They make some really cool stuff,” says Lisa, “including eagles and bears as well as rustic furniture.” The Southwest Dairy Farmers mobile classroom will

be on site, where fair-goers can experience the milking parlor. “It’s great for kids,” she says, “because it is not only educational but fun for them to see how the milking is done and where it goes.” Of course, no fair is complete without the 4-H, FFA and open exhibits. The Expo Hall will be open Thursday through Saturday for attendees to visit the various displays, including arts and crafts, insects, fabrics and fashions, horticulture, photography, wildlife and other categories. Entries in each division will be awarded ribbons and cash prizes. Expo Hall vendors will also have a variety of accessories and homemade goodies available. “We have a Kettle Korn vendor, handmade jewelry and other unique handmade items,” says Lisa. The Expo will be open Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Livestock exhibitions will also kick off on Thursday with the goat show followed by the sheep division. Livestock shows will continue on Friday with the poultry

Oklahoma native and country music artist Wade Hayes will perform on Saturday, September 14 at the Rogers County Fair in Claremore.

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CClaremore’s Got Talent Rogers County United Way seeks entries for 2013 fundraiser.

By Carol Beck-Round

Claremore’s Got Talent and so does Inola, Chelsea, Oologah and the rest of Rogers County. Singers, dancers, magicians, comedians and other performers of all ages from Rogers County are invited to enter an area-wide talent show to compete for $2,500 in cash prizes, with $1,000 going to the overall

winner. Sponsored by the Rogers County United Way, the show is a fundraiser for the 2013 campaign drive, chaired by Richard Willhour, branch president of Inola RCB Bank. This year’s fundraising goal is $490,000. In addition to winning cash prizes, area amateurs and unknown performers are

Rogers County United Way committee members are brushing up on their talent to get ready for the first ever Claremore’s Got Talent event, which will raise funds for the 2013 drive. From left: Mark Ogle, American Red Cross; Jessica Wilbourn, Big Brothers, Big Sisters; Savannah Haddock; Bailey Wilton; Donna Ross, RCUW executive director; Herb McSpadden, Rogers County Youth Services executive director; and Tobie Monroe.

given an opportunity to display their talents. There is no entry fee for participants. Acts will compete in one of four categories: music (singing and/or instrumental), dance, variety, and youth. The youth category is open to individuals 14 and under as of November 23, 2013. Any performer older than 14 whose event does not fall into either the music or dance categories will compete in variety. “This is a family-oriented event,” says Herb McSpadden, Rogers County Youth Services executive director. “All acts must be appropriate for a family audience and must not include profanity or lewdness.” Acts may not use any item or prop that could be hazardous or inappropriate, with the show committee having the final say on all issues regarding the appropriateness of an act. Acts may be no longer than four minutes, with three minutes allowed for set-up, although exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the show committee. Vocalists may use recorded accompaniment tracks but must not include a lead vocal. Lip syncing is

not allowed. The first round of competition begins with a contestant’s video application entry, due by September 20. All contestants must perform the same act during all rounds. “The committee will select 10 people from each category to advance to the next round,” says McSpadden. “Semi-finalists will be notified by September 27.” Forty semi-finalists will compete live on Sunday, October 6 at 3 p.m. Further information will be sent to competitors at the time of their notification. In addition, a completed biography form must be turned in the day of the semi-final competition. During the semi-finals, four finalists and one alternate will be selected from each category. The final 16 will vie for prizes on Saturday, November 23 in the Claremore’s Got Talent event at the Robson Performing Arts Center. Competition will begin at 7 p.m. A $500 cash prize will be awarded to the winner of each category, with an additional $500 going to the overall winner. Three celebrity judges – who will be announced later – will determine the final winners. Emcee for the evening is Mike Bliss, who has been recognized as one of the top entertainers in the country. Bliss has performed his oneof-a-kind illusions across the country from Miami to Fairbanks for the past 25 years. He has headlined his

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GGuides, Gear, Rods and Rifles

The Oklahoma Fall Hunting & Fishing Show will offer everything you need for your hunting and fishing needs

By Carol Beck-Round

From guides to gear and rods to rifles – all your hunting and fishing needs will be met as more than 100 vendors from Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Arkansas and Missouri are scheduled to attend the inaugural Oklahoma Fall Hunting & Fishing Show, September 6-8, 2013 at Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs. Located on Highway 20 east of Claremore, the show will offer a variety of merchandise, seminars and celebrity visits to attract not only avid outdoorsmen but their families as well. Whether your interests fall into the hunting or fishing category, according to organizer James Muns, “The event is, as far as I am aware of, the only fall hunting and fishing show in the eastern part of the state.” Muns, who has owned Muns & Sons Deer Processing and Taxidermy for 14 years, also has 15 years experience as an event organizer. Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs, the main sponsor of the event, invited Muns to organize the event, which will become a yearly event. “We definitely have room to grow but I’ve already been amazed by the interest people have shown. Hunting enthusiasts are very

Come out and meet Marion Kincade of the “Mudcats” at the Oklahoma Fall Hunting & Fishing Show.

excited about having a fall show.” Booths representing hunting and fishing guides, tackle dealers, outdoor apparel, taxidermy, wild game processing and others will entice hunters and fishermen of all ages and both genders to visit with the vendors, purchase new equipment and gain new insight into the industry. Celebrities already

confirmed for the event include Marion Kincade of the National Geographic “Mudcats”; the women of “Queens of Camo,” a television series following passionate female hunters on their hunting expeditions; and Kaleb Summers, Okie Noodling record holder, professional guide and founder of the state’s richest noodling tournament. Also on tap are the Mid-South

Hitmen, a group of hunters from Northeast Oklahoma who will conduct a seminar on decoy placement. Deep Fork Productions from Bristow will also be conducting a seminar on how to video your hunt. A bass tub with scheduled fishing seminars by professional bass anglers will also be on site throughout the three-day event offering tips to the crowd. Attractions for the kids include a Saturday and Sunday Jupiter Jump and an inflatable slide as well as a stock tank filled with perch. “Kids who’ve never caught a fish before can use a provided pole and bait to catch their first one,” says Muns. In addition to door prizes, such as free shirts, guided trips and a free deer mount provided by the various vendors, women visiting the show will also be interested in several booths offering Silpada jewelry, Mary Kay cosmetics and “It Works,” a body wrap product. A “For Sale by Owner” will also be a feature of the event. For a $50 fee, you can bring your boat, RV, ATV, pickup truck, or other hunting and fishing related items to the show, where they will be on display and exposed to a couple of thousand fishermen and hunters. “We will try to get

them sold for you,” says Muns. “In exchange for the $50 fee, you will receive two free passes to the event center, which will give you access to the trade show all three days. This alone is a $60 value.” To register in advance, go to the “for sale” page at www.okhuntandfishshow.com to fill out the application, which can be mailed with payment to the address on the contact page. Admission to the show is $10 for adults, $7 for seniors 55 and up, and $5 for children 12 and under. The show times are noon to 9 p.m. on Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. For more information about the show, to rent a booth or to become a show sponsor, check out their website, find them on Facebook, or call Muns at (918) 313-9552. He can also be contacted via email at Jamesmuns@hotmail.com. Bennett’s Route 66 Pharmacy is also an event sponsor. For more information, contact

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September 6-8, 2013 Will Rogers Downs, Claremore, OK (4 miles east of Claremore on Hwy 20)

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Meet the “Queens of Camo” and Marion Kincaid from the TV Show “Mudcats”


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OOver 40 Years of Success

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By Christopher Davis

Lucas Metal Works uses highquality steel to produce building and roofing materials, agricultural equipment and custom welding. Customers can rest easy knowing they are investing in steel or aluminum products that will look good, stand the test of time and, most importantly, save energy, time and money. In 1968, Raymond Lucas started up a small custom metal works shop, and it was not long before Lucas’s big ideas outgrew his humble workshop. Driven by the demand for quality and efficiency in design, Lucas filled niches in several industries and saw business boom over the decades. What began as a one-room workshop now stands as a sprawling facility that employs a small army of metal experts. Nestled amongst the farms and ranches of Ochelata, just outside Tulsa, Lucas Metal Works continues to lead the way with several divisions of products and services offered throughout the Midwest. As homeowners and business leaders look for ways to increase durability, save money and become more

energy-efficient, Lucas Metal Works offers a solution with their expansive line of metal roofs. Metal panel roofs not only look sleek and last much longer than standard roofs, but save money and energy as well. “We use 26 gauge metal panels and provide 16 colors to choose from, and back our materials by offering a 40 year warranty,” explains Tammy Laakso, marketing and sales manager. In this age of increasing energy costs and decreasing resources, installing a metal roof is a sound investment. Lucas Metal Works provides a full line of components for industrial, agricultural, commercial and home structures. Because everything is manufactured at their facility, they are able to offer affordable, innovative designs and options to suit virtually any need, from that add-on workshop in the backyard to commercial structures, like storage facilities or warehouses. The Groundhog Arena Tool – designed in 1996 by Raymond Lucas (founder of Lucas Metal Works) – is popular at rodeos and similar

environments, and is considered the signature product of Lucas Metal Works. A father and grandfather of barrel racers, Mr. Lucas saw a need for one tool that could efficiently groom dirt surfaces for arenas. Lucas designed and manufactured the Ground Hog. This unique tool breaks up the dirt and levels it out, providing a better, safer dirt surface for horses and racers. Lucas’s Ground Hog replaced a timely and labor-intensive process that required multiple tools. An extensive list of associations and events use the Ground Hog, including the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas and the Better Barrel Races World Finals in Oklahoma City. “The original unit, built over 17 years ago, is still in use today in the Lucas family arena,” boasts Laakso. In addition to the Ground Hog, Lucas Metal Works manufactures a broad range of farming and agricultural equipment and services. This line features the same high quality craftsmanship and durability that made the Ground Hog

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famous, and includes tools like hay spears, bale unrollers, bucket grapples, pallet forks and disc-mower caddies. Custom welding services are also offered. With a history of creativity and quality metal working, it is likely their team of skilled welders can provide the services you have in mind. To find out more about the many services and products offered by Lucas

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Sept. 6

Horton Records Concert Series 2 – 6 pm Guthrie Green 111 E Brady St, Tulsa www.guthriegreen.com

Chapters: A Casual Evening of Books, Bards and Bites $50. Benefits Ruth G. Hardman Adult Literacy Service  6:30-9:30 p.m. 918-549-7364 www.tulsalibrarytrust.org

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Fitness on the Green: Tai Chi Free! Guthrie Green Sponsored by Fowler Toyota of Tulsa 5:30-6:30pm Guthrie Green 111 E Brady St, Tulsa www.guthriegreen.com Sept. 3, 10, 17 & 24

Fitness on the Green: Boot Camp Free! Guthrie Green Sponsored by Fowler Toyota of Tulsa 5:30-6:30 pm Guthrie Green 111 E Brady St, Tulsa www.guthriegreen.com

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Feed My Starving Children Event 9 am – 5 pm Northside Church 1221 N. Elm Pl., Broken Arrow 918-258-2577 www.northsideonline.com

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lululemon's Community Yoga 6-7 pm Guthrie Green 111 E Brady St, Tulsa www.guthriegreen.com

Oklahoma Fall Hunting & Fishing Show Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs, Claremore 918-313-9552 www.okhuntandfishshow.com

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Movie in the Park 8:30-10:30 pm Guthrie Green 111 E Brady St, Tulsa www.guthriegreen.com Sept. 5-7

Okmulgee County Fair Okmulgee County Fairgrounds 1901 N Oklahoma Ave, Okmulgee 918-756-1958 Sept. 5-7

Bluegrass & Chili Festival Claremore Expo Center 400 Veterans Pkwy, Claremore (918) 341-2818 www.claremore.org Sept. 5-9

Mayes County Fair Mayes County Fairgrounds 2200 NE 1st St, Pryor 918-825-3241 Sept. 6

Day of Caring 7 am Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club 2143 S. Olympia Ave., Tulsa www.tauw.org Mike Cameron Fowler Toyota of Tulsa's Blue Dome Music Series 7-9 pm Dwelling Spaces 119 S Detroit Ave, Tulsa

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Tulsa Roots Music Concert Series 2-6 pm Guthrie Green 111 E Brady St, Tulsa www.guthriegreen.com

The Art of BBQ Blue Dome District, Downtown Tulsa www.tulsaartofbbq.com

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Saint Simeon's Western Days 2013 Expo Square, Tulsa www.saintsimeons.org

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Fall Craft Show 9 am – 3 pm Eastern Hills Baptist Church  East of Claremore on Hwy 20 1 mile North of Will Rogers Downs www.ehbcclaremore.com

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Erin O'Dowd & Kristen Hemphill Fowler Toyota of Tulsa's Blue Dome Music Series 7-9 pm Dwelling Spaces 119 S Detroit Ave, Tulsa Sept. 13-15

ScotFest River West Festival Park, Tulsa (918) 740-7738 www.okscotfest.com Sept. 14

Chalkfest 2013 11 am – 9 pm Downtown Tulsa Deco District www.decodistricttulsa.com Sept. 14

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Adult Child Charity Doubles Tennis Tournament 5:30-8:30 pm LaFortune Park Tennis Center 5302 S. Hudson, Tulsa fftptennis@gmail.com

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Heart of Broken Arrow Arts & Crafts Central Park Community Center, Broken Arrow (918) 251-1591 Sept. 21

TMOMs Sale 7 am – 2 pm St. James Presbyterian Church 11970 S Elm St, Jenks (North of 121st & Elm) www.tulsamoms.org Sept. 21 

2013 Entrepreneurs Inspire Bootcamp Four Saturdays: Sept. 21-Oct. 12 8 am – 1 pm OSU-Tulsa campus 405-744-4350 Misty.Stutsman@okstate.edu www.entrepreneurship.okstate.edu/r iata/bootcamp Sept. 21-22

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Brady Heights Historic Home Tour 11:30 am – 5 pm Begins at Centenary United Methodist Church 631 N. Denver Ave., Tulsa 918-810-1530 www.bradyheights.org Sept. 27-28

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Route 66 Cruisers Car & Motorcycle Show Sept 27- Cruise-In 4 pm at Ne-Mar Center Sept 28- Car Show at Claremore Lake  www.route66cruisersok.org Sept. 27

Allie Lauren Fowler Toyota of Tulsa's Blue Dome Music Series 7-9 pm Dwelling Spaces 119 S Detroit Ave, Tulsa

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2013 Walk to Cure Diabetes 8 am – 12 pm OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center 4502 E 41st St, Tulsa 918-481-5807 www.tulsa.jdrf.org

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CCar Country Can Help Car Country focuses on helping buyers get in a newer model car with less hassle. By Carol Beck-Round

A worried mother walked through the doors of Car Country in Claremore recently. It was over 100 degrees outside. Her air conditioner had just quit and she had a small child in the car. She was concerned the problem with her previouslyowned automobile, purchased there four months earlier, might not be under warranty. Alex Sordo, Car Country general manager, had just walked in the door when the customer was expressing her concerns to another employee. “Yes, it’s still under warranty,” said Sordo. Car Country services their cars in the on-site, 20,000-squarefoot service center. Car Country in Claremore opened its doors in March at 1401 W. Will Rogers. Backed by two major car dealerships, it’s the fifth site to begin operating in northeast Oklahoma since Bobby Nelson, president of Nelson Nissan and Nelson Mazda, decided to offer newer model, low mileage vehicles to people who otherwise might not qualify for loans from private banks.

About five years ago, when the economy got bad, Nelson began offering the nicer models at his new car dealership in Broken Arrow.

“People were unable to get a vehicle with a private bank,” says Sordo. “The Nelson organization also had to say ‘no’ to more people when we

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wanted to say, ‘yes.’” Eventually, because the used car dealership grew so fast, Nelson opened their first Car Country in Bixby, followed by Broken Arrow, Sapulpa and Bartlesville. The success of the growing business is attributed to their business philosophy. “Our focus is on helping the customer establish credit in a positive way,” Sordo says. “We offer a buy here, pay here opportunity so the customer can get approved, come in and pick out a vehicle, and drive away.” What sets Car Country apart from other “buy here, pay here” businesses is their intention. “Some used car dealerships are in the recycling customer business,” he says. “Our vision is to help people get out of the cycle of buying a used automobile with high miles and being in debt to the business who sold them the vehicle. They are locked into their system. If they don’t stay in good standing with their payments, they are reported to the credit bureau and the vehicle is eventually repossessed. Those businesses use the credit bureau to their advantage, not their customers.” Car Country also reports to the credit bureaus. “We want our customers to establish good credit buy paying off their vehicle,” Sordo adds. “Then, if they wish, they can purchase a new car using conventional methods. Our whole

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intention is not to recycle customers but to help establish credit-worthy citizens who also might want to purchase a house on down the road.” Car Country finances their vehicles for three years, offering a 12-month or 12,000-mile warranty. During the warranty period, they will service your vehicle in their 20,000-square-foot service center. Autos sold at the stores are priced at market value, using several different standards, including the NADA, Kelly Blue Book and auction prices. “We don’t use a random method to price our vehicles,” he adds. “Our prices are set. We don’t haggle.” To get pre-approved, potential customers may fill out an application online at www.carcountry.com, where they can view inventory as well. “If they see a vehicle at another one of our locations, and they don’t want to drive there, we can pick it up for them and bring it to the Claremore location,” Sordo says. “We want to make their buying experience with us a positive one.” For more information, contact

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“Let’s Go, Pokes!” “Boomer Sooner!” “Go Rams!” The cheers have already begun across Oklahoma! There is nothing like football season in our great state and nothing Oklahomans enjoy more than showing off their team spirit. Surceé Home Décor and Gifts, located at 9455 Owasso Expy. in Owasso, is stocked with everything needed to throw the perfect tailgate party, dress up a dorm room with college pizzazz, or show off your favorite team with everything from a blinged out tee to a stylish sweater vest. Shelves are filled with scarves, bags, vintage coasters, and more jewelry than you could possibly wear at one time. “We love this time of year,” says Laura Sanders, owner of Surceé. “It is so much fun seeing the excitement on our customers’ faces as they see all the fun and unique college and high school items we have brought in. Honestly, most are speechless when they see our selection. We have serving pieces, vintage coasters, picture frames, tumblers, wall hangings, canvas prints and banners for your walls, dresses, chiffon blouses and a lot more.” Laura has dozens of T-shirt

designs emblazoned with the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University and the local favorite, the Owasso Rams. Make sure you plan for follow-up visits to the store too. “Currently our stock includes warmer temperature items but I have some great surprises arriving soon that will be more weather appropriate when it cools down. Looking good while cheering for your favorite team has never been easier!” Surceé is excited to welcome shoppers for their annual Fall Open House. Held September 5-7, it marks the beginning of fall and ushers in the upcoming holiday season. A long-time Owasso tradition, this is one event you don’t want to miss. Kicking off the festivities is the always popular “Girls Night” on September 5 from 6 to 8 p.m. Completely transforming each area of the shop takes time and effort, but “oohs and ahhs” from customers is what keeps them doing it every year. Giveaways, door prizes, tasty and mouthwatering fall treats and tempting sangrias all add up to one incredible night out. “Our Fall Open House is where we unveil our Halloween

Cathy Haney is excited about the selection of team spirit items available at Surceé.

décor and this year, our selection tops everything we have ever done. Vintage decorations have become extremely popular so we will showcase an assortment sure to please all tastes,” says Laura. Vintage items have become a mainstay at Surceé since retro décor has seen a resurgence in popularity. As if all the incredible products are not enough, excellent service is another reason for customers to keep coming back. Cathy Haney is just one of the

employees greeting customers and making sure each shopping experience is unforgettable. Cathy has worked at Surceé for nine years, starting out at their 86th Street North location and then transitioning to the new store. She is their “in store” Brighton expert and says that her personal favorite product is anything from the Lollia bath line. “I just love that the packaging is so feminine and they use all types of floral scents,” Cathy explains. “And they are listed on Oprah’s

Favorites List.” An Owasso resident for 24 years, Cathy states that her favorite thing about working at Surceé is the fun she has decorating for the fall, but especially for Christmas. “I just love showing different ways to make my customers’ homes warm and inviting! This time of year is always focused on families and traditions,” she explains. “It is very satisfying helping others make their holiday season memorable.” Surceé Home Décor and Gifts is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For one-of-a-kind gifts, school spirit items, unique home décor and much more, make sure to stop by Surceé today. As always, customers can call (918) 272-4005 for special order items. Don’t forget, gift wrapping is always included! For more information, contact

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SSave the Date for “The Event” of the Year The Event on September 19 and 20 will celebrate 75 years of Oklahoma’s favorite son and the Will Rogers Memorial Museum.

By Carol Beck-Round

Mark your calendar for September 19 and 20. You don’t want to miss “The Event” of the year with two exciting evenings to celebrate Will Rogers, Oklahoma’s favorite son, and the 75th

Diamond Jubilee Anniversary of the Will Rogers Memorial Museum. The celebration, a fundraiser, will kick off in Claremore with the Will Rogers Memorial Foundation

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hosting an evening event to highlight Will and the Museum as well as the presentation of “The Award,” honoring the early pioneers and founders of the Memorial Museum in a video presentation. “There are so many people who deserve recognition for their efforts in establishing and keeping the Memorial going for 75 years,” says Linda Bradshaw, a Will Rogers Memorial Roper (docent) and event chairperson. “Our goal is to build support locally, regionally and nationally to enhance Museum programming and provide capital improvements.” Although the Memorial is state funded, “the building is aging and we, as citizens, have to do our part in raising funds to preserve the building and keep Will’s legacy alive.” This is the first major fundraiser for the Will Rogers Memorial Foundation. “We must work together to make sure future generations are introduced to Will Rogers. He was a man of his times, a beloved man all over the world, and he brought a conversation of decency to the table.” Former Oklahoma Governors George Nigh and

Frank Keating are honorary co-chairs and will be part of Friday evening’s activities along with entertainment provided by Wild West entertainer Kowboy Kal Cook of Apache, and World Champion Roper Doug Smith of Medway, Ohio, as well as Will Rogers Museum’s Andy Hogan, a Will Rogers interpreter and Museum historical guide. The Tulsa Playboys and the First Lady of country fiddle, Jana Jae, will provide musical entertainment. Judge Robert Henry, president of Oklahoma City University, will be keynote speaker. Henry, a Will Rogers scholar, is also known for quoting Will in his public appearances. A silent auction at “The Event” will include the following items: a trip for two to California, Will Rogers State Historic Park and afterhours tour with Jennifer Rogers-Etcheverry (greatgranddaughter of Will Rogers); lunch for eight with Will Rogers’ great-niece Doris “Coke” Meyer at Belvidere Mansion; 2014 Will Rogers & Wiley Post Fly-In take off and landing in vintage aircraft; Mike Wimmer print, framed and autographed: “Will on Top of the World”; and more.

To secure tickets or become an event sponsor, go to www.willrogers.com and click on “The Event,” or call (918) 341-0719 or (800) 324-9455. Tickets start at $125. Presenting sponsor is the Cherokee Nation. The celebration will continue on Friday night at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa with country music artists Shooter Jennings, son of Waylon Jennings, and Jessi Colter, wife of Waylon Jennings. The Red Dirt Rangers, an Oklahoma band popular across the Midwest for the past 25 years, will join them. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. with the concert beginning at 8. Advance tickets are $20 and $22 the day of the concert. The cost is $24 at the door. Purchases can be made at Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N. Main, Tulsa or their website: www.cainsballroom.com. The concert is made possible through The David J. Chernicky Trust with all proceeds from ticket sales going to the Foundation. For more information, contact

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By Jocelyn Wood It’s late at night; you’re in bed relaxing with a book on your iPad and your significant other leans over and says, “Oh, I put gas in my truck today – is there enough money in our account to pay for it?” You smile, bookmark the page and reply, “Let’s check,” as you pull up your bank’s mobile app. You log in and view your account balance and recent transactions. You can also transfer money between accounts, pay bills and deposit checks into your account – without ever having to get out of bed. No matter what time of day it is, mobile banking provides you freedom to bank anytime, anywhere, according to RCB Bank employees and mobile banking app users Connie Maberry and Brenda Romesburg, who share four reasons they “absolutely love mobile banking.” • It’s fast and convenient. “Anytime I need to

make a transfer or check my balance, I use my app,” said Romesburg. “It is easier and faster than logging into a computer and the best part is that I can even make deposits from my phone and I think that is just awesome.” “We are lake people,” said Maberry. “I have used my iPhone at the lake to deposit checks that my husband has brought. Or he will call and ask me to transfer money into his account. To me being able to transfer money from one account to the other is probably my most favorite!” • It saves time and money. “One time at the store I swiped my debit card and the cashier said that it didn’t go through so I had to do it again, but I just had a feeling I had been charged twice,” Romesburg said. “I immediately got on my phone and logged into my RCB Bank app to check the transaction, and sure enough I got charged twice. Before leaving the store I

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Under New Leadership for Grand Bank’s Claremore branch, she will also take on the role as its new Sales and Service Coordinator. Shires got her start in the industry in 1999 working as a teller at Bank of Oklahoma. From there, she worked her way up the ladder at BOK and UMB before joining the then 1st Bank team in Claremore. She served two years on 1st Bank Oklahoma’s Employee Relations Committee as assistant vice president and president. After 1st Bank changed ownership, she served as branch manager for BancFirst’s Blue Starr location, where she received recognition for being the top branch manager every quarter they offered the award, as well as top branch manager for 2012. Now that she makes her professional home at Grand Bank, she hopes the experience she brings from her previous positions will help her better serve the bank’s customers.

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“I want to see Grand Bank grow and expand its products and services,” said Shires. “It is exciting being a part of a bank that recognizes the need for new technology and we are pleased to be able to offer that technology to our customers.” Grand Bank currently offers treasury management and online banking and will soon offer mobile deposit. Currently a primarily commercial bank, Shires is excited to help grow the retail side of Grand Bank. She enjoys working with clients and helping them find banking solutions for their families and businesses. “I love that Grand Bank is a smaller, family-owned bank, but can still compete with the bigger banks,” said Shires. “I’m proud to be here and looking forward to leading a dedicated team to help grow an already very successful bank into something even better. The people here are great and

I believe that with team work and dedication, we will prevail.” During her time in Claremore, Shires has been afforded the opportunity to become involved in the Rogers County community. She has volunteered her time to work on the Total Resource Campaign for the Claremore Chamber for three years, Big Brothers & Sisters’ “Bowl for Kids Sake” for five years, Leadership Rogers County’s Annual Golf Tournament and Auction for three years, as well as volunteering for various jobs during the Bluegrass & Chili Festival. “The opportunities to get involved have all been wonderful,” said Shires. “One that really stands out to me was the Relay for Life. The people I met through that experience really touched me on a personal level. I plan to continue my civic involvement in Claremore and represent Grand Bank at community events.”

and classic rock. In addition to the free concerts, other musical entertainment highlights include the “Junior Showcase,” designed to give talented youth, 21 and under, stage exposure and experience in a noncompetitive venue. An acoustic guitar will be awarded in a drawing of all participants. “This gives young people the opportunity to get exposure without the pressure of competing,” says Davis. Area vocalists will also be competing for “The Best Country in the City Vocalist Competition.” Vocalists of all ages will be vying for a cash prize. Dancers will add to the fun as they “kick up their heels” during the festivities. Other family activities include the indoor Festival Market at the Expo with a variety of crafts, services and businesses. A Kiddie Korral with a variety of free activities will be available to little buckaroos. Other family-friendly activities include The Open Car Show, sporting classic and current beauties, as well as an Antique Tractor Pull. The Mid-America Regional Chili Cook-Off and Salsa Competition will be sizzling with The International Chili Society Division winning cook representing the Festival in the World Cook-off that boasts a $25,000 first prize. A non-profit division is open to non-profits, schools and churches, with the winner receiving a $1,000 first prize. Open and corporate division teams will vie for awards – and bragging rights. All teams will also compete for booth decorations, showmanship and ham-manship

honors. Festival attendees can get in on the “hot fun” by sampling the award-winning chili with an official taster kit. Opening officially at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Bluegrass & Chili Festival activities will kick off with the Festival Market. Concerts will follow, beginning at 6 p.m. on both Thursday and Friday. Saturday’s festivities run from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. “We always have a great time,” says Davis, “and the festival has a huge economic impact on our community.” Volunteers, according to Davis, “are crucial to this event. We have more than 500 who make this happen. They are truly ambassadors to our community.”

Rise of the Blue Phoenix decided to go out on his own so he could offer more of the traditional Chinese food. Opening in Owasso seven years ago, the restaurant is not only known for its good food, but also for its family-friendly atmosphere, offering a wide variety of food to please even the fussiest of eaters. For only $7.50 per person, lunch diners can enjoy the Blue Phoenix buffet and sushi bars, six days a week – Monday through Saturday – from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. “It’s an all-you-can-eat buffet for that price,” he says. Diners can also take advantage of the grilled chicken, shrimp, beef,

crab meat and grilled vegetables available at the Hibachi bar, which is included in the lunch price. Beginning at 3:30 p.m. each day, diners can enjoy a dinner buffet for an all-youcan-eat meal for $12.95. “This price includes our seafood buffet,” he says. “We offer crab legs, crawfish, frog legs, oysters on the half-shell, clams, shrimp, grilled salmon, catfish and calamari.” Fourteen different sushi rolls are also offered, including rolls made from shrimp, crab, eel, salmon and various veggies such as avocado and cucumber. “We have been told by

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Claremore’s Biggest Festival Returns other family-friendly activities at the 34th annual Bluegrass & Chili Festival at the Claremore Expo Center grounds. “We have seen tremendous growth in the 14 years the venue has been in Claremore,” says Dell Davis, Chamber of Commerce president. “We estimated last year’s crowd between 25,000 and 30,000 over the three-day event. We even have people who have attended every one of the festivals.” Weekend festivities include three stages of free “pepper hot” concerts by national and regional artists. Headliners set to appear include a host of award winners. Thursday night’s concert venue will begin with the Quebe Sisters Band, a Texas trio whose music encompasses western swing, jazz, country and bluegrass. Following the sister act is the award-winning The Lonesome River Band with Sammy Shelor, winner of the Steve Martin Award for Excellence. Rounding out the evening’s entertainment is the Grammy-nominated Sanctus Real, a contemporary Christian band. Friday’s lineup includes IIIrd Tyme Out, Brooke & Darin Aldridge Band, Lonesome Road and emerging artists Dave Adkins & Republik Steele. On Saturday, headliners include Rhonda Vincent & the Rage, festival favorites Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, and the king of newgrass, The Sam Bush Band. Top regional acts will also be entertaining on three stages, performing a variety of music including country, gospel, bluegrass

Shires returned to school the summer of 2010 to obtain a bachelor’s degree in business management, which she is expected to complete this December. She and her husband, Justin, live in Claremore with their three children. Shires has successfully balanced her banking career, being a full-time student, and her family life in order to better her opportunities. With branch locations in Claremore, Tulsa and Bixby, Grand Bank is proud to serve the Tulsa metropolitan area and provide a high level of responsiveness to its customers needs.

For additional festival information and applications, contact the Claremore Chamber at 419 W. Will Rogers. Hotel information, festival updates and a complete list of festival partners can be found at www.claremore.org or by calling (918) 341-2818. There is no admission fee but on-site parking is $10 per carload.

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continued from page 1 our customers that we have the best seafood buffet variety in the Tulsa area,” says Jiang. “Our crab legs are high quality and larger than what most restaurants offer. We want our customers to see the difference.” The dinner buffet, which is offered seven days a week, is available until 10 p.m. “It is available all day Sunday,” he says. “For the price of $12.95, you not only get the seafood buffet and 14 different choices of sushi, but we also offer the regular food bars and the Hibachi bar. That’s a great deal for an all-you-can-eat buffet.” In addition to the buffet,

Blue Phoenix also offers a menu, including to-go food. From appetizers like egg rolls and crab rangoon to soups, fried rice, lo mein, vegetables and a variety of entrees, including shrimp, beef and chicken, you can order in or take it home. It’s your choice. The buffet menu is also available for take-out. For those who want to host a party and provide Chinese food, Blue Phoenix has three party trays available. A $25 tray includes fried rice, lo mein and vegetables. For $30, you can order a tray to include any of the available chicken or beef dishes. Any

shrimp dishes are included in the $35 party tray. One tray will feed four people, according to Jiang. Whether you dine in, order take-out or purchase a party tray, the owners of the Blue Phoenix Buffet & Sushi want you to enjoy your food and experience their culture. For more information, contact

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TThe Lucky Seven Local playwright Mark Ogle’s play tells the story of the lives of the seven 1960 graduates of the Neosho Falls High School. Go Bulldogs! By Sheryl Sowell

Friday the 13th may just prove to be one of the luckiest nights of the year for those who attend the production of “The Lucky Seven”, written by local playwright Mark Ogle. The setting is Neosho Falls High School in a small unassuming Midwestern town. There is nothing special about either the school or town. What is special is the 1960 graduating class. This class holds many distinctions, including being the first class to graduate from the new high school building, as well as being the smallest graduating class ever with just seven class members.  From tie dye and ponytails to disco to leisure suits and mullets to parachute pants and leg warmers to acid washed jeans to skinny jeans, the play allows audience members to follow and witness these Baby Boomers on their journey from graduation day through the next 50 years of their lives.  Their trials and tribula-

tions of just living life. Mark Ogle and Dan Huey team up again to put on this production that includes many of the talented actresses and actors that audiences have enjoyed watching in different productions over the years. Cast members include: David Barron, Celina Davis, Dakie Reeder, Mark Karlovitz, Logan Fink, Sam Brassfield, Anthony Wolfe, Scott Worley, Johnny Messimore, Lisa Fink, Chris Harren, Tom Fink, Emily Keith, Dale Marlar, Beverlee Caraway, Kessiah Neff, Elizabeth Holden, MacKenzie Ogle, Lauren Worley, Misty Edwards-Matheson and Johnny Newby. “I know Mark had some hesitation about doing such a serious play, but after reading it, I knew it was one we had to do,” said Dan Huey, the play’s director. “I think the audience will find it very moving.” “This play is definitely a departure from the comedy

murder mysteries I usually write,” said Ogle. “While there is no murder to solve in this play, there are definitely secrets that will be revealed, including why they are called ‘The Lucky Seven.’” “I can’t thank Pastor Ray Crawford and everyone associated with the First United Methodist Church of Claremore enough for their continued support of the American Red Cross,” said Ogle. “The American Red Cross is so fortunate to have community partners like the church. The performance will be on Friday, September 13 at the First United Methodist Church of Claremore. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the play begins at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 (includes dinner and show). Reservations are required and can be made by calling the church at (918)341-4580. All money raised from the event will go to the American Red Cross to help

Classmates Jake (actor David Barron) and Elizabeth (actress Celina Davis) each flash peace signs while reminiscing over their 1960 yearbook from Neosho Falls High School. They are two of the seven class members known as "The Lucky Seven."

provide immediate emergency assistance (temporary lodging, food and clothing) needed by those who experience a disaster. For more information about the American Red Cross, please visit www.redcross.org/easternoklahoma. To contact your local Rogers/Mayes/Wagoner County Service Center, please call (918) 343-1803 or visit

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• Wednesday, September 18th 1 – 2 p.m. Renetta Harrison, health educator, will focus on how stress affects people with diabetes and how to change lifestyle habits for stress reduction.

2 – 3 p.m. Terry Siribandon, registered pharmacist, will discuss diabetic medications.

• Thursday, September 19th 1 – 3 p.m. Melanie Sipes, registered dietician and diabetic educator, will teach the class about healthy food options, when to eat and much more.

• Tuesday, September 24th 1 – 2 p.m. Dr. Mary Johnson, podiatrist, will discuss foot-care for diabetics.

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Beef, Black Bean, and Chorizo Chili Ingredients: 2 links Spanish chorizo sausage (about 6 1/2 ounces), thinly sliced 1 1/2 pounds beef stew meat 1 1/2 cups chopped onion  4 garlic cloves, minced 1(7-ounce) can chipotle chiles in adobo sauce 3 tablespoons tomato paste 2 teaspoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons unsweetened cocoa 1 teaspoon ground coriander 1 teaspoon dried oregano 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1 cup dry red wine 1/4 cup fresh lime juice 2 (14-ounce) cans less-sodium beef broth 1 (28-ounce) can whole tomatoes, undrained and chopped 2 tablespoons masa harina 2 (15-ounce) cans pinto beans, rinsed and drained 1 (15-ounce) can black beans, rinsed and drained Heat a Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add chorizo to pan; sauté 3 minutes or until browned. Remove chorizo from pan. Add half of beef to pan; sauté 5 minutes or until browned. Remove beef from pan. Repeat procedure with remaining beef. Add onion and garlic to pan; sauté 3 minutes.Remove 4 chipotle chiles from can, and chop. Reserve remaining chiles and sauce for another use.

Pecan Chicken Fingers Ingredients: 1 cup pecan halves 1 1/2 cups all-purpose baking mix 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 1 (18.4-oz.) package boneless, skinless chicken breast tenderloins 2 large eggs 1/2 cup buttermilk Vegetable cooking spray Garnish: green onion curl Makes 6 to 8 servings Place pecans in a single layer in a shallow pan. Bake at 350° for 10 minutes or until lightly toasted, stirring occasionally. Process toasted pecans, baking mix, salt, and pepper in a food processor until pecans are finely ground. Place 1/2 cup pecan mixture in a large bowl. Add chicken, tossing to coat. Whisk together eggs and buttermilk. Dip chicken in milk mixture; dredge in remaining pecan mixture. Arrange chicken in a single layer on a lightly greased aluminum foillined baking sheet. Lightly coat tops of chicken with vegetable cooking spray. Bake at 425° for 20 to 25 minutes or until chicken is golden brown. Arrange on a serving platter, and garnish, if desired.

SLOW-COOKER BARBECUE BEEF SANDWICHES Ingredients: 1 (3 1/2-pound) eye-of-round roast, cut in half vertically 2 teaspoons salt, divided 2 garlic cloves, pressed 1 (10-ounce) can condensed beef broth 1 cup ketchup 1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar 1/2 cup lemon juice 3 tablespoons steak sauce 1 teaspoon coarse ground pepper 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 12 Kaiser rolls or sandwich buns Dill pickle slices Makes 12 servings Sprinkle beef evenly with 1 teaspoon salt. Stir together remaining 1 teaspoon salt, garlic, and next 7 ingredients. Pour half of mixture into a 5 1/2 quart slow cooker. Place beef in slow cooker, and pour remaining mixture over beef. Cover and cook on HIGH 7 hours. Shred beef in slow cooker with two forks.Serve in rolls or buns with dill pickle slices.

Add chorizo, beef, chopped chiles, tomato paste, and next 6 ingredients (through ground cumin) to pan, and cook for 1 minute, stirring constantly. Stir in red wine, lime juice, beef broth, and tomatoes; bring to a boil. Reduce heat, and simmer for 1 hour, stirring occasionally. Gradually stir in masa harina. Add pinto beans and black beans; bring to a boil. Cover, reduce heat, and simmer 30 minutes.

Mini-Cheeseburgers Ingredients: 1 pound lean ground beef  2 tablespoons ketchup 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1 (7 1/2-ounce) package party rolls  5 (3/4-ounce) process American cheese slices, quartered  Condiments: mustard, ketchup, mayonnaise, minced onion, dill pickle slices, tomato slices, lettuce leaves 

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SStart the Conversation Rice Funeral Service & Cremation Center offers prearranged funeral services to help ease the burden on family members.

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Rice Funeral Service & Cremation Center has a long legacy of providing high-quality service to Rogers County communities for nearly 70 years. In these modern times, prearranged funerals are becoming increasingly popular to help ease the burden on the family. “Simply put, prearranging is planning your own funeral, or the funeral of a loved one, in advance,” said Gina Wilson, Public Relations Director and Prearrangement Advisor. “You make the final decisions and coordinate the entire service down to the tiniest of details to ensure the family is as comfortable as possible.” Prearrangements consist of everything from determining the person’s choice of disposition, either traditional burial or cremation, as well as any merchandise selections, such as caskets, burial vaults and urns. It can even be as detailed in instruction as to the type of flowers and music to be utilized at the service. The goal at Rice Funeral Service & Cremation Center is to plan a totally personalized memorial tribute that uniquely reflects the life lived and involves the loved ones

without added financial or emotional stress. Advance funeral planning is a way to control the cost of something that increases in price every year. Rice Funeral Service & Cremation Center makes it easy for people to plan, document and communicate their wishes to those who need to know and offers a variety of affordable funding plans. “From an economic standpoint, everyone should consider prearrangement,” said Kenny DeLozier, Managing Director. “The cost of a funeral, like everything else these days, will likely increase in the future. By prearranging your funeral now you can protect against price increases due to inflation and arrange the details you want to include in your service, which will give you peace of mind and eliminate the worry for your family. As parents, it is one of the last gifts we can give our children and family.” The staff at Rice Funeral Service & Cremation Center believes it is important for individuals to plan ahead for funeral services to take steps to guarantee their families know how they wish to be remembered

and that they won’t have to pay anything towards a loved one’s funeral costs. While the cost can vary from modest to extravagant depending on the family’s personal choices, pre-arrangements can be funded through Rice with a payment method that can grow to offset future price increases due to inflation. The value of an individual’s plan can grow for the rest of their life and it can offer protection against inflation while protecting assets for longterm care or illness. In most cases, surviving family will not have to pay any additional money for funeral services. “We are finding a lot of our families are not only dealing with the loss of a loved one, but the additional stress of a financial burden that was not prepared for on the hardest day of their life,” said Wilson. By prearranging, you can eliminate the emotional burden of funeral planning for your family.” Life insurance provides funds to cover your family’s living expenses after you die. Advanced funeral plans cover the cost of a prearranged funeral. The staff at Rice Funeral Service & Cremation

Kenny DeLozier and Gina Wilson of Rice Funeral Service & Cremation Center.

Center believes in today’s economy, it is one of the best places to put money aside for something everyone will definitely need. Far too often people discover the benefits of advance funeral planning only after they have planned a funeral at the time of need. With emotions and stress it is a difficult time to make important decisions. Prearrangements allow families to make decisions together rather than doing it alone while eliminating emotional overspending and the emotional burden of funeral planning on families. It can also minimize potential conflicts among family members by recording specific wishes ahead of time.

Any member of the Rice Funeral Service & Cremation Center staff can assist a customer with advance funeral planning. The firm offers an open house every third Saturday of the month where staff members are available to answer questions in a relaxed home-like setting. The full-time prearrangement advisor on staff is also available to visit with a client at their home. For more information, contact

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