MONDAY, MARCH 15, 2021
TUESDAY | MARCH 16
Rise Up and Give Blood Drive hosted by First United Bank Purcell! We are excited to be partnering with the Oklahoma Blood Institute to give individuals in our community the opportunity to give blood closer to home. If you are interested please sign up using the link provided for a time to complete your blood donations!

The Bean's - Mr. Yeti Snow Cones & Hot Chocolate will be making an appearance at this event from 12pm - 4pm!

Stop by and chat with local bankers, contribute to a good cause, and enjoy a snowball. We look forward to seeing you!

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TUESDAY | MARCH 30
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FOR QUESTIONS ABOUT THE EVENT PLEASE CONTACT ELISAEBTH BAKER AT (405) 527-3093
SATURDAY | APRIL 3
Kiwanis is changing how we are doing Purcell's Easter Egg Hunt this year, because of COVID. We have decided instead of having the regular hunt, where the kids find the eggs, we are going to hand out bags with eggs in them to the children. We will have vehicles, located in the parking lot of the Purcell Multipurpose Center, 1400 Chandler Park Rd, with the bags for each age group. The age groups will be 0-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. Once the child gets their bag, they can look in their eggs and if they have a prize egg, they can take it to the vehicle with their age group and collect their prize. We request that masking and social distancing be observed. The 2021 Easter Eggstravaganza will be on April 3rd. It will start at 9 am and end when all the bags have been handed out. A child must be present to get a bag. 
Eggstravaganza

Never underestimate the Easter Bunny - or his assistants in the Purcell Kiwanis Club. Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, club members made some changes to this year's Easter Eggstravaganza on April 3. Namely, the regular hunt at which...

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RIBBON CUTTING FOR THE GIVENS GRATITUDE HOUSE
About them:
The Givens Gratitude House is a Christian-based, sober living home for men recovering from addiction. The Gratitude House offers a structured living environment, accountability, and a strong support system with a unique brotherhood in an effort to support the transition to living a life of sobriety. The Gratitude House currently houses 12 men and fundraising efforts are underway to increase capacity to 20 beds.
The House is located at 223 N. 4th St in Purcell, OK. The house was established in May, 2019 and is owned and managed by Jerry Givens. After struggling with addiction and alcoholism for many years, Jerry went to Rob’s Ranch Treatment Facility and his life was changed. He left Rob’s Ranch with a relationship with Christ and found his purpose in life, helping other men and women struggling with addiction to find the help they need.
Touch of gratitude

For a dozen men in Purcell, gratitude is more than sentiment. It is a stopping place on individual journeys to recovery. It is a haven; it is their home. Jerry Givens lived with addiction for 15 years. Rob's Ranch, a residential rehab for men...

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RIBBON CUTTING FOR PHASE 1 OF THE
PURCELL CITY LAKE TRAIL
RIBBON CUTTING FOR A&R BEEF AND PROVISIONS
111 N. MAIN AVE. GOLDSBY, OK 73080 (CONNECTED TO LIBBY'S CAFE)
HOURS: MONDAY - SATURDAY | 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
SUNDAY | 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
PHONE NUMBER: (405) 288-1255
From the farm to the table

Something good for Goldsby and the surrounding community came out of the COVID-19 pandemic. Phil and Monica Adkins joined Justin and Hanna Reikowsky took note of a growing demand for locally produced food, particularly beef, pork and lamb. The...

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An Interesting Neighbor

Though Adam Vossen's office still looks new, the task board on the wall shows he's got every facet of the Goldsby town administrator job well in hand. You might say he hit the ground running, with scant time for a learning curve.

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Village on Green Apartments - Senior Living

A 48 unit Senior apartment community development on the north end of town in Purcell, OK. Please contact the representative below for more information.

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GETTING DISASTER HELP FROM SBA
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
¨    SBA disaster loans are the primary source of federal assistance to help pay for disaster repair or replacement costs not fully covered by insurance or other compensation.
¨    SBA offers low-interest disaster loans to businesses of all sizes, most private nonprofit organizations, homeowners and renters.
¨    Businesses of all sizes and most private nonprofit organizations may borrow up to $2 million for property damage.
¨    Small businesses, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and most private, nonprofit organizations may also borrow to help meet disaster caused working capital needs. Business statutory loan limit is $2 million for combined damage and working capital needs. 
¨    Homeowners may borrow up to $200,000 to repair/replace their primary residence.
¨    Homeowners and renters may borrow up to $40,000 to repair/replace personal property.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO
¨    Register with FEMA at www.disasterassistance.gov
¨    Homeowners and renters should submit their SBA disaster loan application, even if they are not sure if they will need or want a loan. If SBA cannot approve your application, in most cases we refer you to FEMA’s Other Needs Assistance (ONA) program for possible additional assistance.

Apply online at Home (sba.gov)
Or contact
SBA Virtual Business Recovery Center
SBA Virtual Disaster Loan Outreach Center
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 8 p.m. EDT
(800) 659-2955
McClain County - TSET Healthy Living Program: Community Needs Assessment Survey                                        
McClain County - TSET Healthy Living Program: Community...

Your opinions about health related needs are important, so we are asking for your help. Specifically, we are seeking to better understand your experiences related to 1) access to healthy food, 2) physical activity opportunities, and 3)...

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Fraud Guidelines

According to a Federal Trade Commission report in 2020, consumers reported losing more than $1.9 billion to fraud in 2019, with nearly $667 million lost to imposter scams alone.

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Happy Camper is hiring! Part time help
Position includes working the register, running food, bussing tables, dishes, and some kitchen prep work.
Must be available Monday through Friday lunches!
Previous restaurant experience is preferred but not required, as long as you are friendly and great with people. During our lunch rush, it is busy! Don't apply if you are lazy and don't like to work
Come by the restaurant to pick up an application!
216 W. Main St. Purcell, OK 73080
BETTER BARNS - NOBLE

We have an immediate opening for a sales consultant at our Noble location. Needs to be someone with good computer skills. 
 
Interested candidates should email [email protected]. No calls please.
ZECK CHEVROLET
ZECK FORD OKLAHOMA
The Chamber Beat is a publication of the Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce. Our Chamber represents the communities of Goldsby, Lexington, Purcell, Washington and Wayne. If you are a member and would like to submit information to be placed within our newsletter, please email [email protected]. We accept .jpg, .pdf .eps and .png file formats. To find out other benefits of Chamber membership or to access the community calendar follow the link below.
Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce
Office Number: (405) 527-3093
Office Email: [email protected]
Elisabeth Baker, Executive Director