If you're on the hunt for your dream home, visit Coldwell Banker online!  Sunday 2PM-4PM 21796 Summit Trail Sunday 2PM-4PM 21835 Summit TrailSunday 2PM-4PM 26477 Echelon DriveSunday 2PM-4PM 1807 N Chambers Avenue
. Last year, 55% of respondents to a survey said they were stressed out daily. Twenty-two percent even said they were angry daily. And just look at what we're reading: According to data released by Barnes & Noble, mental health self-help books now outsell weight-loss, diet, and exercise tomes. . All this stress and anxiety is wreaking havoc on our mental and physical health. Among the long list of health issues tied to prolonged stress and anxiety is cardiovascular diseases, major gut issues, serious prenatal concerns—and that's just from updated research from this year alone. . But with the increased pressure to be "always on" comes backlash: the prioritization of time off. . It may seem counterintuitive, but we now need to start accepting that downtime, is in fact, productive. . It's not all about how much productivity you can get out of yourself. In the past, be it with physical labor or a more industrial society, there...
The Claremore Chamber is hosting the State of the City quarterly luncheon on Thursday, February 13, from 11:30a - 1p. It will be held at the RSU Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center in the ballroom. Come hear from our city leaders and learn the latest happenings and the future of our fair city. RSVP is required; email Chamber@Claremore.org to sign up. Tickets are $20 for Chamber members, $30 for non-members, and a corporate table for 8 is $350.  
Dorothy's Flowers has been a fixture in downtown Claremore for 75 years! Now, current owner Holly Thompson is ready to celebrate. Holly is the third owner of Dorothy's, a position she's held proudly since 1999. Currently serving the third generation of Claremore customers, she's excited about 2020. To honor the legacy of Dorothy's, Holly will be offering one special promotion per month throughout the year. It might be a throwback 1945 price on a bouquet, or an incredible steal of a deal on a dozen roses. Whatever it is, you'll definitely want to take advantage of it. Specials will be announced on a different day each month. In order to stay in the loop, follow Dorothy's Flowers on facebook and Instagram, where specials will be posted. Each promotion will be available to a limited number of customers, and you don't have to use it that day; you can save it! In addition, everyone...
Claremore Main Street is pleased to present the annual St. Paddy's Party on Saturday, March 14, from 12p - 10p! There will be fun, music, and games in the street. Partners for the event are Doe's Eat Place, J Farley's, Main Street Tavern, Smoke & Tonic, and Tap on the Tracks. Stay tuned for details! The St. Paddy's Party is presented by Pixley Lumber and sponsored by Blue Starr Liquor, Certified Source Inc, Melton Sales, Reed Construction, and Right Choice Roofing.

The Zone for Teens is Back!

The activity night for Rogers County teens is the happening place to be on Saturday, January 25. The Zone is back at the Claremore Community Center (2301 N. Sioux) from 7p - 10p. Follow The Zone on facebook to learn more!  The party is open to all Rogers County teens! Admission is FREE! Activities include pool, ping pong, air hockey, and corn hole. Board games are available, too. Tournaments will be held throughout the night with prizes awarded. Each teen will also receive a ticket for a door prize, and they have plenty of cool swag to give away to the winners, like restaurant gift cards, cash, and more! There will be dancing and a live DJ, and a fun SURPRISE ATTRACTION this month. Concessions will be available! The Zone is proudly presented by Claremore area businesses, local supporters of The Zone, and FUZE - CHS. No re-admittance allowed. Adult supervision provided. No outside food...
Photo credit: Jostens The Indian Women's Pocahontas Club awards $600 scholarships to 10 Cherokee students each year. Applications for the 2020-2021 school year are now available. Students can be either male or female, entering an accredited institution of higher learning as a full-time student. Scholarships are applicable for college or vocational school. Applications are due by June 30, 2020. For more information, please click HERE or call Jennifer at 918-402-3057.  
Come kick off the New Year with the Collective Crews!! The Claremore Collective Monthly Mixer will be held Tuesday, January 21, from 5p - 7p at North Block Common in downtown Claremore. They have lots of exciting things happening this year and they'd love to tell you about it! Mixers are open to all, both young professionals and the young at heart! If you're interested in what's happening in Claremore, stop on by. This month's sponsor is Tim Nichol with Capital Roofing.
We laughed, so hopefully you will, too. Also, this is proof that Snaps don't really "disappear." Ha.
By John Tranchina Reprinted with permission from Vype Oklahoma She may be only a junior, but Terran Schornick has developed into an important team leader for Claremore’s fast-pitch softball team. The junior outfielder portrays a strong work ethic, and there’s no question that she shines as a positive role model for her younger teammates. “The past few years, I’ve won the Hustle Award, so I pride myself on being a hustler and giving 100 percent at all times,” Schornick said. “That’s a big part of my character. I don’t feel myself if I’m not going 100 percent, I just feel like I’m letting the team down, like I could be doing better. I want to go my hardest at all times.” “I try to be a good leader, because I want to be someone they can look up to, and be like, ‘Wow, I want to be like her. I want to hustle,...
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If you missed out on the Chamber Gridiron 2020, you can still take a look at some of the highlights. Meet Christopher Blubber, selling some property...that's not his. #notmyproperty https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZGf0Dgc9O8