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We've got some Claremore folks who have relocated to Durant over the past few years (think the Burrages and the Malletts), and they're asking for some Claremore love. Durant is in the running for a $500,000 makeover on season 4 of The Small Business Revolution from hosts Ty Pennington and Amanda Brinkmann! We can help their Main Street grow like ours has by voting for them. You can vote once per day, per device, using a unique email address for each. Voting ends February 19 at 10p. Anyone from anywhere can vote, so help us spread the word! #SmallBusinessRevolution https://www.deluxe.com/small-business-revolution/main-street/season-four/#vote-now
The Claremore Animal Shelter is hosting a Spring Vaccination Clinic on Saturday, April 6, from 8a - 12p at the shelter (815 W. Ramm Rd.). Rabies: $12 Bordetella: $18 DHLPP (dogs): $18 Heartworm test: $25 Drontal deworm: up to 30 lbs: $15 Drontal deworm: over 30 lbs: $20 Microchipping: $20 Leukemia (cats): $18 FVRCP (cats): $18 Nail trim: $10 Cash only. Services provided by Ark Animal Hospital.  
Swim lesson enrollment will begin March 1 at the Claremore Rec Center! Visit the Rec Center front desk to enroll your child. Classes offered: April 2, 4, 9, 11 and 16th 5:30-6:00 Parent & Child (children 6 months - 3 with adult)  6:15-6:45 Preschool (children ages 4 & 5) April 23, 25, 30, May 2 and 7th 5:00-5:50 Level 1 (over 5 years old) 6:00-6:50 Level 2 (must have completed Level 1) Questions about placement or lessons? Contact Mary Coulter 918-283-8223
Musician's Haven is having another Vinyl Night on Friday, February 22. The fun begins at 7p! Bring your favorite vinyl and some friends (and beverages, if you like). You can listen to your favorite record for a $10 donation per side. All ages are welcome! Musician's Haven is located at 802-B W. Blue Starr in Claremore.
Here are 20 reasons why we should GET MOVING! What are your top reasons for exercising? 1. Increases lifespan 2. Reduces body fat 3. Oxygenates body 4. Strengthens muscles 5. Manages chronic pain 6. Wards off viruses 7. Reduces diabetes risk 8. Strengthens heart 9. Clears arteries 10. Boosts mood 11. Maintains mobility 12. Improves memory 13. Improves coordination 14. Strengthens bones 15. Detoxifies body 16. Improves complexion 17. Decreases stress 18. Boosts immune system 19. Lowers blood pressure 20. Reduces cancer risk -by Fitness with Carrie
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Open House Listings February 16th-17th Sunday 2-4 8631 N 72ND EAST AVENUE Sunday 2-4 6522 E 86TH PLACE NORTH Sunday 2-4 16304 E 47TH PLACE Sunday 1-4 3317 W GARY STREET Sunday 2-4 8434 N 77TH AVENUE Sunday 2-4 8430 N 77TH EAST AVENUE Saturday 2-4 1304 W MISSOURI AVENUE Saturday 2-4 1902 LAKEHURST LANE
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CLAREMORE, Okla. – The trainers, jockeys and equine athletes alike are arriving once again for the 28-day thoroughbred meet returning to Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs on March 25. Track representatives are optimistic about a strong handle and a full field in its 13th year of operation, abandoning the traditional calendar for a later start date, allowing for more simulcast coverage across the country. Races begin at 1:15 p.m. each day on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The schedule drops the Wednesday race day on May 1, replacing it with a Saturday card to finish the meet on May 25 and include the Kentucky Derby and Preakness. “We expect to increase both field size and handle this spring,” said John Lies, racing secretary and track announcer for Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs. “A later start date should work in our favor, and we anticipate more trainers on the grounds this year. We...
This is a list of the key projects covered in the 2019 Claremore Public Schools Bond. KEY PROJECTS PRIORITIZE SAFETY & SECURITY Safety and security upgrades at all schools Cameras on all school buses Surveillance Cameras Interior / Exterior Doors Locking Systems Intercom Systems Alarm Systems Parent/bus drop-off improvements Secure front entrance access district-wide Provide health services equipment all sites Lighting PROVIDE A MODERN EDUCATION FOR EVERY STUDENT Provide one-to-one (1:1) technology for grades 9-12 Provide classroom set of technology devices for K - 8 Upgrade technology for teachers: computers, software, & learning platforms Replacing outdated interactive boards District technology infrastructure NEW BUILDING AND STRUCTURES Construction of a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) building at Claremore High School for grades 7 - 12 Kitchen with Cafeteria Expansion WRJH New Kitchen/Cafeteria Roosa New Gym Claremont Eliminating Cafetoriums New 9th grade locker room Agricultural Education Farm Building TRANSPORTATION Replace Aging Fleet of Student Route Buses...