Trips on a Tank Full
Frontier Country Marketing Association’s ‘Trips on a Tank Full’ coupon brochure helps cut down on travel costs in central Oklahoma. ‘Trips on a Tank Full’ offers special discounts to tourist attractions including Frontier City, White Water Bay, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Andy Alligator’s Fun Park & Water Park, Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum, Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, Museum of Osteology and more. To get the free coupon brochure, visit oktourism.com, call (405) 232-6552 or call toll-free 1-800-FUN-OKLA (386-6552).
First American Bank hosted a series of Community Meetings for Disaster Relief this week. Presenters included representatives from FEMA, SBA, American Red Cross, City of Moore, City of Oklahoma City, Moore Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma Society of CPAs, Moore Public Schools, and others responding to this disaster. An additional meeting has been added at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Southwest Oklahoma City Library, 2201 SW 134th Street. Anyone who has been affected by recent storms is invited.
Children’s center buys former church site
Judy J. Hatfield, CCIM of Equity Commercial Realty, LLC was the broker for the sale of the previous location of Immanuel Baptist Church, 715 East Eufaula Street in Norman. The building and land were purchased for $650,000 by Center for Children & Families, Inc. and will be their new offices. They plan to do some renovations to the property. Rhonda Collett with Cleveland County Abstract Company, Norman, was the closing agent.
Arvest Bank will serve as the drop-off location for the Oklahoma Photo Rescue project. Arvest will partner with the Oklahoma School of Photography and the National Disaster Photo Rescue Organization to reunite tornado victims with lost photos. Photo collection boxes will be available for the public to drop-off rescued photos at Arvest Bank branches. The photos will be catalogued and identified with the goal of returning the photos to their rightful owners.
— Transcript Staff