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VOL 20 ISSUE 1

January 2013

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Helping Inola Grow

Joining Forces for a Common Cause

Carolcells owner Carolyn Dormier is working to improve the community of Inola, beginning with her unique shop. By Lorrie Ward

Healthy Community Partnership and Volunteers for Youth have teamed up with the goal to eliminate substance abuse in Rogers County.

Carolcells: the name of the shop is as unique as the lady who owns it. Carolyn Dormier has established Carolcells based on a wide variety of interests – everything from computer

By Carol Beck-Round Imagine a two-lane highway with two busloads of community members headed in the same direction. The destination sign ahead reads, “Rogers County, where substance abuse does not exist!” The first bus sports a sign reading “Healthy Community Partnership.” The bus driver is Certified Prevention Specialist Trisha DeLozier. Passengers on DeLozier’s bus represent members of the Healthy Community Partnership, including people from all walks of life and representing diverse sectors of the population (i.e., school administrators, teenagers, law enforcement officers, members of the clergy, parents, business professionals, media

representatives, youth-serving organization leaders, civic group members and healthcare professionals). Seated on the bus are also members of an HCP committee called the “RX Task Force.” The bus cargo hold contains suitcases representing projects and initiatives designed to battle the problem of prescription drug misuse among youth and across the lifespan in Rogers County.  Driving another bus alongside the HCP vehicle is Alyson Short, Volunteers for Youth’s Drug Free Communities project director, with the help of her co-worker/navigator Amy Graham (prevention specialist). (continued on page 24)

Trisha DeLozier, Healthy Community Partnership prevention specialist, and Melynda Stone, Volunteers for Youth executive director, stand in front of the building that houses the two non-profits. The two entities have joined forces to combat substance abuse in Rogers County.

programming to crafting – but all of her pursuits lead to one central goal: community growth and involvement in Inola, Oklahoma. (continued on page 24)

Carolcells owner Carolyn Dormier.

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Mark your calendars for March 1-3 for the Outdoor Sporting Expo to be held at the Claremore Expo Center. This special show will be of interest to enthusiasts of all ages and outdoor genres. “Oklahomans and our surrounding neighbors know and appreciate the great outdoors, evidenced by premier lakes, world class fishing, hunting, biking, camping, hiking, archery and the popularity of RVs, ATVs, BMX and more. We are excited to see this show in Claremore,” reports Ron Burrows, Claremore Expo Center manager. “Our facility is the host to a wide variety of shows and festivals, and this new

Outdoor Sporting Expo is one that we are so pleased to add to our show schedule.” Exhibitors and vendors may apply now by contacting the host organizations Claremore Main Street, Claremore Chamber, Claremore Expo Center or visit www.claremore.org for applications. The Outdoor Sports Expo will feature over 90,000 square feet of indoor exhibitor space. “Our goal is to provide vendors and sponsors with very affordable space so that they can showcase their products and services. Admission will be family friendly as well,” said Burrows. In addition to the exhibitors

and vendors, committee members are busy confirming celebrities and seminars that will represent the best of hunting, fishing, BMX, and more. “We are excited that two of our celebrities confirmed for demonstrations and seminars will include professional bass fisherman Tommy Biffle and Champion Noodler Kaleb Summers,” said Cindy Bissett, executive director of Claremore Main Street. Biffle is a wellknown professional bass fisherman who has fished the pro circuit and B.A.S.S. series for over 25 years. He is a member of the BASS (continued on page 24)

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OOne-Stop Shop for Quilters

Cotton Cottage in Claremore can help with New Year’s resolutions to finish those sewing projects in your craft room.

By Cassie Woods In August of last year, Jan Bemies decided to turn a longtime hobby into a business when she opened Claremore’s only specialty fabric store, on the corner of Blue Starr Drive and Davis Avenue. The semi-retired child care administrator and her daughter-in-law, Tammy Bemies, had been discussing starting the venture for a while. While driving around Claremore one day after dropping her children off at Claremore Christian School, Tammy found the little white house now referred to as the Cotton Cottage. “We have been very lucky,” said Jan. “The owners of the property were phenomenal during the start-up process. They completed all the upgrades we needed and helped with the remodel of the house. They truly were instrumental in helping get the place open for business.” And since they opened five months ago, they haven’t stopped going. Jan and Tammy are continually looking for ways to offer their customers personalized service. “We make a great team because we work so well together and balance each other out,” said Jan. “I do all the quilting, and Tammy handles the garments

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and décor. She has a wonderful eye for color and is very creative.” Stacked floor to ceiling, Cotton Cottage has a very large selection of quality, name-brand fabrics. Some of their most popular brands include Red Rooster, Amy Butler, Free Spirit, Blue Hill, Hoffman and RJR. As the store’s name suggests, all of their fabrics are 100 percent cotton, and they carry a wide range of colors and styles including solids, prints, florals and children’s designs. They also carry some unique character prints such as Route 66 and John Deere. If you are looking for a specific color or design that may not be in stock, the staff at Cotton Cottage can special order based on supplier availability. In addition to great, brandname quilting and dress fabrics, Cotton Cottage also sells laminated cotton that can be used for making waterproof creations like raincoats, bags and lunch bags. They also have a good line of flannels in stock and carry patterns, notions and fat quarters. “If you’re a quilter, you know what fat quarters are and we have a great selection at a good price,” said Jan. “All of our fat quarters are high quality and

all are priced at $1.99.” The Cotton Cottage is also home to a long-arm quilting machine. If a customer creates the quilt and needs to have it sandwiched together, they can have it done in house starting at one cent per inch plus a $10 set up fee. They also do a little bit of specialized embroidery and can create some garments. “We want to get the word out – whether you want to make a nice garment or complete a large-scale quilting project, we can help you,” said Jan. “As we grow, we will continue to add services that cater to the needs of our customers, and we look forward to growing this business and establishing a good customer base by providing quality products and customer service.” Cotton Cottage is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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SSpeaking with Faith

Christian author Carol Round encourages women in their personal and spiritual growth through group events.

By Lorrie Ward Christian author Carol Round always tells people, “If you had told me when I was younger that I would be speaking in front of large groups of my peers, I would have replied, 'I don't think so!'” The only ‘C’ Carol ever made in college was in speech class. “I was so nervous, I would grip the podium with sweating hands. So I tell people now, ‘God really does have a sense of humor.’” No one is more surprised than Carol when she looks over the events of the last year and realizes that she has not only spoken on several occasions in front of large groups of women, but has been interviewed on numerous radio stations across the U.S. and appeared on Christian television programs, including stations in Atlanta, Georgia and Santa Fe, New Mexico. "When I first received requests to speak, I was nervous and wasn't sure I could do it," says Carol. "However, my pastor said, 'Carol, God doesn't call the equipped; he equips the called.' He was telling me to trust God and keep my eyes on Him." Carol’s speaking topics are based on her writing, which, unlike speaking, she has always

been completely comfortable with because she has loved to read and write since she was a little girl. Her first speaking engagement came about in 2007 when she was asked to speak to a local church group in response to her self-syndicated column, “A Matter of Faith,” which runs in 12 Oklahoma newspapers (including “Claremore Daily Progress”) and is featured in an internationally-read online newspaper. She began doing small group sessions on the topic of prayer journaling and was asked at every session, “Do you have a book?” With writing as her first love, Carol did not have to be urged very strongly to produce what her listeners were asking for: "Journaling with Jesus: How to Draw Closer to God." After receiving more requests to speak, she published a companion workbook to help women put the principles learned in "Journaling with Jesus" to practical use for themselves. Her workbook, "The 40Day Challenge," is her fourth book. She has also authored "A Matter of Faith" and "Faith Matters," both compilations of her weekly column, which can be

used as daily devotionals. Her fifth book, "by FAITH alone," another collection of her columns, was released in November. With these completed projects under her belt, Carol has received even more requests to speak at women’s events, and her audiences continue to grow in size. Her topics are designed to aid women in their personal and spiritual growth, with such seminar titles as “Journaling with Jesus,” “Perfecting your Personality,” and “Sharing your Faith Story.” Carol often incorporates humor into her writing and speaking, which is evidenced by other speech titles: “Are You a Worry Wart?,” “I’m not Martha Stewart,” and “Don’t Look at Your Butt in the Dressing Room Mirror.” “I want to encourage other women,” says Carol. "We live in a broken, confusing world. If we allow the media to dominate our lives with all the negative news, we could easily just give up." This call to encourage others was what helped Carol to not only overcome her fear of speaking to her peers, but to actually enjoy the experience.

Author and speaker Carol Round. “We all have a story to share of what God is doing in our lives, and we need to be sharing that story with others, including our children and grandchildren," says Carol. “When God opens the door for us, we need to walk through it. For me, that open door is when God called me to start speaking.” To find out more about Carol Round and her ministry, visit her on Facebook or at her blog, www.carolaround.com. To schedule a speaking engagement,

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PPortraits of a Garden The Tulsa Garden Center holds its annual Amateur Photography Contest and Exhibition this month. By Mike Blake To Tulsa area amateur photographers of all ages: Tulsa Garden Center offers you the opportunity to exhibit your photographic art during the Portraits of a Garden Amateur Photography Contest and Exhibition held at Tulsa Garden Center. Exhibition days will be January 18-20 and January 22-26, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.). Photographers’ entries may be submitted at Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria Ave., Wednesday through Saturday, January 2-5, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Tuesday through Saturday, January 8-12, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. How often have you seen something in nature and thought, “That would make a great picture!”? With cell phones, everyone has a camera in their pocket, and there’s no excuse for not capturing those great shots and sharing them. The Tulsa Garden Center is offering the ideal venue for sharing your great pictures with its Portraits of a Garden 2013. Join over a hundred like-minded and talented amateur photographers in sharing

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HHelp Finding the Right Homes for Seniors Assisted Transition provides free senior living and referral services for the greater Tulsa area. By Sheryl Sowell Do you have an elderly loved one – perhaps your mother, father or a grandparent – whose current home is no longer the best place to live? The reasons for needing to transition into an independent living community, residential care home, assisted living facility or nursing home are vast and may include declining physical or mental health, lack of a support system available in case of emergency, or inability to take care of home maintenance needs. “Many people realize, ‘This is what we need to do,’ but they’re unsure exactly how to go about it,” says Michelle Brown, co-owner of Assisted Transition with Mark Smith. “Our services are geared toward families that have planned ahead and are prepared for the change, but need help in finding the right home for their loved one.” Assisted Transition offers free senior living placement and referral services for the greater Tulsa area. “We are able to assist families in finding the right assisted living community, independent living community, residential care home, nursing home, home care provider, or memory support/Alzheimer’s

community for their loved one’s needs,” explains Michelle, a registered nurse with a specialty in home health. “We are also able to help find the right respite short-term stay and hospice care.” All services are provided at no cost. A meeting is scheduled between either Michelle or Mark and the senior and their family, either at the Assisted Transition office or at the person’s home. “We assess their situation and match their needs and wants with what is available in the community,” says Michelle. “Factors may include price, geographic location, services available, environment of the facility, and much more. As a registered nurse for 28 years, I am also able to read between the lines and provide insight into the senior’s needs that the family may not be aware of.” After the initial meeting to establish the senior’s needs and preferences, Mark or Michelle will narrow down the choices available and personally tour and evaluate the facilities. Upon determining the best options available, they will personally drive the senior and family to

the best matched locations for a guided tour. Once a selection has been made and the person moved to the right facility, they follow up to ensure that all expectations have been met. Co-owner Mark Smith wishes he’d had access to this service when it was time for his father, who had Alzheimer’s disease, to move out of his home. “He was a wanderer, and we unknowingly placed him in a home that was not able to care for his needs. He was only there for a very short time before we had to move him again. In addition to the distress, we were out several thousand dollars. If I had been given some advice like Assisted Transition offers, this situation could have been avoided.” Assisted Transition also works with the VA to assist veterans in making sure they receive their full benefits. This service is especially close to Mark’s heart, as he is a veteran of the Aviation Branch of the United States Army. Michelle and Mark truly care about seniors in our community and want to provide families the resources they need to make the transition as

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M Money Boo-Boos and How to Correct Them Financially Fit is a column published by RCB Bank to help you gain knowledge on all things financial. Fitness guides – RCB Bank professionals in the field – offer ideas to help you strengthen your money sense, customize savings training, and provide quick and easy action plans to start whipping your money into shape.

By Jocelyn Wood Get a handle on your finances in 2013. Are you wasting money? We’ve compiled a list of money boo-boos that could be costing you your hard-earned money. RCB Bank loan officers Matt Streeter and Michelle Miller offer their advice on how to correct the mistakes. 1. Not making a budget – or attempting to stay near it. Sit down and really look at your monthly expenses, Miller suggests. Where might you be able to cut? Just looking at where your money actually goes is a great tool to saving. “That $1.50 coffee doesn’t seem like a lot at the time until you realize cutting it can save $350 a year,” she says. 2. Not building an emergency fund – Any savings is better than no savings. Matt Streeter says your annual bonus, tax refund or a small amount each month is a great way to start. “You just have to start setting it aside,” he says. Miller adds, “It is easier to save if you have the money automatically deducted from your paycheck or main checking account.” 3. Not paying your credit cards off each month – “It’s like tossing your money out the

window,” Streeter says. “Money spent on interest charges and late fees can add up fast. After interest, how much did that sweater you bought with your credit card really cost?” 4. Living above your means – Carrying a balance on a credit card can become crippling if it gets out of hand. A better solution is to have a special account that you use for “extras,” says Miller. Make a pact with yourself to set aside a small amount every paycheck. “Ideally you save up the cash and you don’t need to use credit; however, no interest financing for large ticket items can be a good alternative. As long as you can pay it off in the free time allotted,” Miller says. 5. Impulse buying – “If you can’t give yourself a day to think about a purchase, that’s an impulse,” says Streeter. “Even worse, if you put that impulse buy on a credit card.” If you find yourself in this situation, back away and go home. 6. Not reviewing your insurance needs annually – or at least every two years. This includes auto, homeowners, life and others. “Your employer and

insurance companies review it each year, so why don’t you?” Streeter asks. Shop around occasionally to see if there’s a better deal. 7. Not having a retirement plan – “Everyone should start saving for retirement as early as possible,” says Miller. If your employer doesn’t have a 401k program, open an IRA. Even $10 a paycheck can add up over the years. 8. Housing expense exceeds 30% of your gross income – If your housing expenses are more than 30% of your gross income, you should consider scaling back, suggests Miller. “Today’s economy is tough, and if you exceed this ratio you are vulnerable to serious financial problems with any disruption of wages or family emergencies.” ADDITIONAL TIPS: Everyone makes bad money decisions from time to time. The key is to recognize them when they happen. Share your goals and concerns with family, or a friend. They may have a solution that worked for them that could also work for you. They can also help hold you

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TTrust Matters These days who you trust matters. When clients come in for a meeting, they know they can trust Melanie, Ken, and Waterstone Private Wealth Management. By Duane Blankenship Melanie Hasty-Grant and Ken Grant own Waterstone Private Wealth Management, with offices in Owasso and at Utica Square in Tulsa. “With 20+ combined years of experience in the financial industry, we’ve been around the block more than once,” says Melanie. “We love what we do and are in the financial business for the long haul.” Clients know Waterstone has the experience and track record for understanding the market. “When clients meet with us, they have trust in us and what we do,” says Melanie.“ Those who place their trust in us know that we do the right things for the right reasons with no mixed loyalties. Our clients know we have a well thought-out plan and that we will be there for them through thick and thin.” Melanie and Ken enjoy their independence in the industry, but clear through LPL Financial, the largest independent broker/dealer in the country. “Because we are not employees of LPL Financial, we have no downward ‘sales pressure’ to sell clients something they do not

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tanning beds and two showers and includes all-new audio and video surveillance equipment throughout the building. “We also have a children’s room available for mothers and a security system so that they can view their children on the closed circuit televisions while working out,” says Dr. Hrdlicka. “We do not, however, offer child care.” What sets Fitness Time for Ladies apart from other gyms in the Claremore area? Besides being for women only, the atmosphere is personal, private, clean and aesthetically pleasing. It is also an all-inclusive gym, which means that there are no extra charges for fitness classes or tanning. “Many gyms charge extra for their classes,” says Dr. Hrdlicka. “We do not. When you pay your monthly fee, you have full use of our facility, including tanning. You get the whole gym for the price of a tanning membership.” The all-inclusive membership, if paid monthly, is $49.05. However, if paid in advance, the membership fee is only $40 per month or $480 for a year. Rates have not increased, but the facility has more to offer in the way of space, additional

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Joining Forces for a Common Cause Since the Drug Free Communities grant operates in partnership with HCP, many of her passengers are the same. This connection between the two busses allows seat swaps as needed. A few additional passengers ride this bus because some of the suitcases also represent projects and strategies designed to reduce underage drinking as well as prescription drug misuse among Rogers County youth.  Mendy Stone, executive director of Volunteers for Youth, uses this analogy to explain the partnership that has developed between her agency and HCP. “By bringing diversity to the table and pooling our resources with law enforcement, schools, youth organizations, the health department and more,” says Stone, “we can battle this problem together.” Through state, federal and Cherokee Nation grants, the two entities have been able to integrate their goals to fight

substance abuse in Rogers County. "Healthy Community Partnership was founded on prevention, and that is also the basis of all our efforts at Volunteers for Youth," Stone added. While Volunteers for Youth's DFC project focuses on underage drinking and substance abuse in youth, Healthy Community Partnership has been mainly focused on prescription drug misuse among youth and adults since its formation in 2008. “We work closely with the Drug Free Communities project director, the Rogers County Sheriff’s office, local police departments, the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, nine Rogers County schools, graduated sanctions and juvenile court (county and city), Rogers County Youth Services, and many others in the community,” DeLozier says. “We are fortunate to have been able to bring various groups to the HCP table in an effort to

work together as one cohesive unit instead of several different organizations working independently.” While many associate abuse with illicit drugs, DeLozier cites the following figures: “Only 13 percent of Oklahoma's drug overdose deaths involve illicit drugs. According to the Oklahoma Medical Examiner’s office, there were 872 fatal overdoses related to prescription drug abuse in 2010 and 2,500 nonfatal overdoses,” she says. “However, for the first six months of 2011, there were 794 fatal overdoses.” According to DeLozier, 94 percent of those fatal overdoses involved the mixing of drinks with prescription drugs. “It’s a deadly combination,” she adds. What people don’t realize, says DeLozier, is that “if it is not your prescription, it’s not okay to take it. It’s not safe. It’s not legal. It’s not acceptable.” Educating the public about the dangers is

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a top priority for DeLozier. “Many mistakenly believe it’s okay to share prescriptions, but it’s not. By pooling our resources, we can collectively have a chance to make environmental changes in our communities.” Through grants and partnerships, these two entities hope to one day say, “Substance abuse does not exist in Rogers County.”

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enjoy computer skills. Other groups gather to work on crafts, while still others just sit down for coffee and brainstorm ideas for Inola’s growth and development. For these particular gatherings, Carolyn has put up a large dry erase board to jot down ideas, facts and figures. Carolcells has been the location for several planning sessions as of late, including the Paint Inola Green Citywide Garage Sale (held every year in March), Inola Hayday, and Inola’s Christmas Parade. In the shop portion of Carolcells, one will immediately notice Carolyn’s sewing machine set up in one corner, surrounded by the handmade sock monkey toys that Carolyn is known for. Not only does she take orders for and sell these monkeys, but she offers space and materials for

party rentals based on the theme. “Sock monkeys are very popular with young girls – we almost sold out at our last craft show,” Carolyn says. “A make-your-ownsock-monkey theme is great for a girl’s birthday party.” She offers room rental for other types of parties as well, with a reasonable fee covering space and supplies. Carolyn worked for many years as a postal clerk at the downtown Tulsa post office, but since her retirement, she has turned her attention from this nationally focused organization to the growth and preservation of her own small hometown. In the past few years, she has done all kinds of things to raise money for and interest in Inola, everything from becoming involved with Project Chicks, a local quilting and fellowship group that meets every Tuesday evening at the Inola

library, to picking up and selling over 100 pounds of pecans. One of her main desires is to form an Inola investment group that will dedicate itself to training young people and putting empty buildings in historical downtown Inola to good use. “I have so many ideas and goals for Inola, but there is not enough of me to go around,” she says with a laugh. “I’m looking to network with others who are enthusiastic about our town.” For more information, contact

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Outdoor Sporting Exhibitors May Apply Now continued from page 1 Millionaires. Biffle also has his own signature bait, “The Biffle Bug,” and owns Lakeside Polaris in Wagoner. Summers is a Claremore native who became a record-holding champion this summer. In addition to his noodling skills, Summers operates his own guide service. “The show committee is securing a professional BMX stunt team, hunting pros, and popular hosts of a reality television show,” reports Chamber President Dell Davis. “As soon

as we have final confirmation we will announce details. The show will also feature special giveaways, The Bass Tank and more. In the meantime, please continue to check the website www.claremore.org for updates.” The Outdoor Sporting Expo will be March 1-3, at Claremore’s Expo Center. Hours are noon to 9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The show is presented to date by: Claremore Physicians

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John Burgess lived with knee pain for 20 years before undergoing knee replacement surgery with Dr. LaButti.

By Joshua Danker-Dake John Burgess of Tulsa underwent knee replacement surgery with Dr. Ronald LaButti in 2011 after over two decades of knee problems. “I was very active in high school sports,” Burgess says. “I graduated from high school in

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because of the knee problems.” In 2007, Burgess was informed he would probably not be able to have another arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, and would most likely have to have it replaced. “My knee pain was getting so severe that walking was becoming very difficult, and running was completely out of the question. I had tried all the over-the-counter medications I could find, but things continually worsened.” In 2011, Burgess went to see Dr. LaButti. “My supervisor had just undergone hip replacement surgery, and he was very pleased with his results. He recommended Dr. LaButti to me.” Dr. LaButti recommended knee replacement, and Burgess had the surgery done on his right knee. “By then, I was in constant pain. Walking was very difficult, and I had developed a severe limp. Sleeping had become an on-again, off-again experience every day. I was to the point where I would either have to have the surgery or retire – and I’m too young to retire.” Burgess’s surgery went well, he says. “The nurses and therapists at the hospital had me up and walking with a walker the day of the surgery. After a couple days in the hospital, I was released, and then I had home therapy for a week. Aside from the swelling in my knee, I never really experienced any pain from the surgery.” Burgess was on the walker for two weeks, then a cane for two more. “After four weeks, I

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was walking without the cane,” Burgess says. “After five, I was driving my car and riding my motorcycle. After six, I was dancing.” After seven, Dr. LaButti released him to work without restriction. “At week seven, when I began outpatient rehabilitation, I was told that I would need at least 115 degrees of movement before I could stop. On my first day, I had 130.” And, Burgess says, he is now free of limitations. But, he adds, he wishes he hadn’t waited. “I waited because I didn’t want to go through it more than once and I had been told that the replacement knee would only last 10 or 15 years. But I wish I hadn’t, because the surgery was no problem. Once the swelling went down, I was able to get back to normal; everything else was just walking and exercise. I’ve had no problems with the new knee, and would readily recommend knee replacement by Dr. LaButti to anyone needing the procedure.” For more information on Dr. LaButti or knee or hip replacement surgery, visit www.hipandkneedoc.com.

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You turn it on and it flows from your tap, easy, convenient, potable water, technologically advanced purified water wholly fit for human consumption – but is it? Despite clean water laws, our tap water continues to be contaminated with a host of pollutants – pollutants known to increase the risk of serious health conditions. Conditions amplified by the addition of chloramines -a combination of chlorine and ammonia, to our drinking water. Sounds more like something you would clean with than drink. Worldwide chlorine has been used to disinfect drinking water. Although it is far safer than the bacteria it destroys, when combined with chloramines and chlorine dioxide a powerful carcinogenic Trihalomethane (THMs) is formed. Linked to liver, kidney and nervous system disorders, THMs are formed when chlorine reacts with naturally occurring materials found in water. If you think drinking bottled water protects you from these harmful contaminants, I am the bearer of bad news. 40% of bottled water is bottled tap water.

Yes, you read correctly. Not only is 40% of bottled water tap water, bottled water may or may not have received additional filtration. An independent study done by the Environmental Working Group found arsenic, THMs and 36 other harmful pollutants hidden in bottled water. In addition, drinking from a plastic bottle is a bad idea. Plastic bottles contain Bisphenol- A or BPA, a synthetic hormone disruptor linked to learning and behavioral problems, altered immune system function, prostate and breast cancers, early puberty in both genders, and a contributor to the health risks surrounding obesity. There is, however, a way to protect yourself, your family, and loved ones.

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By Sheryl Sowell Brides, grooms and their families can save time, gas, energy, confusion and money by attending The Tulsa Wedding Show Weekend, January 5-6, 2013. Making your wedding decisions at the show helps eliminate dreaded phone tag or trying to get an appointment with a wedding vendor. Even email is time-consuming and can delay the immediate response a bride wants and needs. Countless brides have found that attending The Tulsa Wedding Show skips all those wasted steps, as they are able to meet directly with vendors face-to-face on the show floor. This marks the 20th year of The Tulsa Wedding Show, and many new, exciting things are happening during the weekend. The show will be held Saturday, January 5 at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center, located at 6808 S. 107th E. Ave. Visit the Venues Day will be held citywide on Sunday, January 6. “We are combining all of our experience with knowledge of the latest trends and newest products and services,” says Vicki Taylor, founder of The Tulsa Wedding Show. “The most innovative is the V.I.B. (Very Important Bride) Elite Show

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Vicki adds. Moody’s will have their custom jeweler there to answer any questions, and they are also giving away a double diamond jewelry piece to one lucky bride. Brides of Oklahoma Magazine and Moody’s Jewelry are sponsors of the V.I.B Event, and they are really rolling out the red carpet. Every V.I.B. will receive a luxe tote bag from Brides of Oklahoma with gifts

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SERVICE & PARTS: EXPANDED HOURS

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