Friday, March 27, 2020
In light of public health concerns, and in accordance with the Center for Disease Control, the Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce has cancelled ALL Chamber events through April. As the Coronavirus/ COVID-19 spreads globally and cases rise in the U.S. and in Oklahoma, the health and safety of our members are our upmost priority. As this is an evolving situation, additional Chamber events may be postponed or cancelled.

In addition our office will be closed until Wednesday, April 15.
Staff will be working remotely and will still be available via phone or email.

We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Thank you! - Elisabeth Baker, Executive Director
Let us know how we can help you!
We are here for you during this time of uncertainty. Please contact me with any info you would like me to share such as operational changes, specials, changes in hours, etc. that your customers need to know.
Our local businesses need our support now more than ever.  ❤️
Purcell, OK

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Our Drive-Thru is open to serve you! We have extended our drive-thru services to allow us to serve you as we normally would in our lobby. We are even able to open accounts via appointment, online, or through the drive-thru. Even though our lobbies are available by appointment only, we are fully operational and ready to serve you! Phone: (405) 579-7000
As a preventive measure in response to COVID-19, effective Thursday, March 19, our lobbies will be closed. Our drive-thrus at Purcell, Norman, and Noble will remain open as scheduled, 7:30AM to 6:00PM, Monday-Friday and 7:30AM to 12:00PM on Saturdays. We are limiting traffic in our lobbies. Please call if you need to talk to a Banker. If we are unable to help you over the phone, we will be happy to set up an appointment with you.

We further recommend that you utilize all digital banking tools, including online and mobile banking and that you utilize our ATMS. We are here to assist you and are happy to help you with any of your banking needs. Our highest priority is the safety and wellness of our staff, customers, and community. Our phone numbers are: Purcell (405) 527-6503, Norman (405) 447-7283, and Noble (405) 872-2222. Thank you.
Please refrain from coming to the lobby of the Police Department if you can. Below are the numbers where you can contact for any questions or services. Due to COVID-19 some reports will be asked to be filed over the phone. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask. Just like everyone else we are having to make changes daily and adapting as things change. Thank you for your patience and be reassured our officers will still be out working in the community.
Just a reminder all scheduled court dates from March 18th- April 8th have been postponed. In efforts to speed up the rescheduling process, if you are scheduled between the listed dates, contact the municipal court clerk for a new court date at (405) 527-4616. The court clerk will be contacting everyone scheduled asap.
Ways to Make Payments
Debit/Credit Card: Online at  WWW.TRAFFICPAYMENT.COM  or Toll Free at (800) 444-1187
Cash/Check/Money Order at the Court Clerk Window Monday through Friday 8am-4pm. *Closed all Major Holidays.
Check/Money Order mailed in to:
Purcell Municipal Court
1515 N Green Ave
Purcell, OK 73080
• All checks and money orders need to be made out to: The City of Purcell
• If you have any other questions about ways to pay, please contact the court clerk at (405) 527-4616.
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Effective as of 8:00 A.M. on Thursday, March 19, 2020. Due to COVID-19 access to the McClain County Courthouse will be strictly limited to protect the public and courthouse personnel. Your patience and understanding during this time are greatly appreciated. Please refer to the county website for department phone numbers and email addresses.
The Lexington Fire Department would like to offer our help to our Southern Cleveland County neighbors (within our fire district, City of Lexington or Lexington Rural Fire district jurisdictions) during this trying time. If you need someone to go pick up groceries, toiletries (if any are available) or prescriptions please call the Lexington Fire Dept non-emergency number at (405) 527-6121 and they will contact us with your name, address and a good contact number. This will be a non emergency service and we may need to schedule a volunteer to assist within a reasonable time. When we arrive we will need a list of items needed and the cash to pay for it. We just want to offer help even if in a small way.
Just 1 or 2 changes we have made.
Social distancing it is. We just talk a lil louder 😄.
Cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting are the key.
We can also do CURBSIDE!
Just pull up to the building, give us a call (405) 527-3446.
We are always here to help!
We are here to serve our community with our normal operating hours in these uncertain times. Also we continue to practice enhanced disinfecting and social distancing per CDC guidelines.
Please call us at 405-527-0740 if you have any questions.
Just a note to let everyone know we are still open. The Federal Government has given lumber yards and hardware stores their “Essential Business” tag.
Some of our locations have elected to go to curbside delivery only service. All of our stores are offering this service for those customers who want it. Call your local store for details.
All of our locations are taking precautions to keep our customers and employees as safe as possible.
Thanks and stay well.
Your friends at T.H. ROGERS LUMBER
To help do our part in preventing the spread of COVID-19 we have changed a few things.
Our new hours will be Monday- Friday 8AM-3PM and Saturday 8AM-11AM until further notice.
We are open BUT not allowing anyone except our employees inside the store.
We will be taking orders over the phone and doing curbside service. We want to encourage our customers to pay over the phone with credit/debit cards if possible or if you have a charge account that is great too. You can pull through our yard and we will load you. No need to get out of your vehicles. This is so we can follow guidelines of the 6-7 foot distance. We are doing this in order to keep our valued customers and employees safe during this time.
We will still be doing our deliveries as well.
We greatly appreciate all of our customers during this tough time.
Call us at (405) 527-2221 and let us know how we can serve you!
We will remain OPEN for the time being.
Starting 3-26-2020
We will be curb side pickup ONLY!!!!! Call (405) 527-2114
to order and when you are here to pick up. 8am - 4pm
Deliveries to SHOPS will remain the same.
I hope everyone stays safe and healthy.
Thanks for your support! - J & K Auto Parts
Currently, dry cleaning & laundry service is deemed “essential.”
The shop is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am-1:00pm, 3:30pm-5:30pm.
Limited to 5 people in the shop at one time.
Drive-through available.
*Local delivery service coming soon*
Phone: (405) 456-0886
DRIVE-THRU OPEN - Call to place your order today!
Phone: (405) 527-2379
A note from Jo's Famous Pizza:
Preorder your 3/4 cooked pizza NOW! We’ve been getting lots of orders for the upcoming weekend. You finish then at home on 400 degrees for that super crispy, crunchy crust!
During these unpredictable times, many of your friends, online and off, are experiencing a wave of new emotions due to the events going on around the globe. Please take a moment to pause and remember to be kind to yourself and one another. Support your friends, family, creatives, entrepreneurs, small businesses or anyone that may be hurting due to the pandemic.
If you can’t make a purchase, interact with their social media! Leaving a comment, or sharing and liking posts goes a long way!!!
If you or someone you love has a business page, please leave a comment! We encourage you to support, interact with each other, and spread some love in a time where we need it the most. We would not be here without the love and support from you!
Open for carry out and curbside pickup! 
Hours: Monday - Friday from 10:30 AM to 3 PM
Check their Facebook for daily specials.
Call or text your order: (405) 628-7507
Marcum’s Nursery is an essential business and will be open our regular business hours! And just in time for spring planting! If you’re practicing social distancing and would like to take advantage of our curbside pickup, please call or visit our website and place your order!
Phone: (405) 288-2368
Hours: Mon- Sat: 8:30 a - 5:30 pm
Sun: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
We will remain open but for grab-n-go only!!!
When you arrive you will text your order to (405) 473-0193.
I will prepare your order and once it is ready I will text you, let you know you can come in to pay and Grab-n-Go! We will not make your order if you are not here and we will not allow you inside to place your order and wait. We WILL NOT be checking Facebook messages so please TEXT your orders only!!! We know this will be difficult for us all, but we are going to try our best to continue to serve you as best as possible!!! Thank you for your continued support during this time!  #shoplocal
A Note from Sheehy Signs:
I am going to continue working M-W-F. The doors will be locked but I can provide curbside service and some deliveries. Gotta keep working to pay the bills! I appreciate any business you can throw my way. We will get through this together!
Making this sign for XYLO. Does anyone else needs signs to make sure people know how to still do business with your company? I’d be happy to help you out!
Phone: (405) 623-7777
A note from  Savvy Parke :
I put my heart and soul in my store and lately the thoughts of the unknown are overwhelming. Beginning tomorrow after closing at 6 Savvy Parke will be closed until April 14th. I will still be offering shipping or porch pick up. My plans are to start doing live Facebook sales and🤞🏻 open a online Shopify store to make online orders easier. Thank you for shopping small when possible to lessen the hit we are taking. I won’t back down and we will get though this together❤️ 🛒 🛍 💪🏻 ✌🏼 I’m going to miss you guys so much!
I would like to say a big THANK YOU to my dear customers and friends that have thought about me and shopped with me lately to support me through this. Your friendship and support are keeping me afloat and have been a huge comfort. You may not even think it’s a big deal; but it’s HUGE- your orders and thoughtfulness are amazing and are carrying me through one of the most difficult times many small businesses will ever face. I could never repay you guys. It’s so greatly appreciated.
Reopening on April 14th. Until then.....
Xoxo- Savvy
Remember to always like, share, and follow.
Our local businesses need our support now more than ever.  ❤️
A note from Tyler's Furniture:
Sitting here talking over our current situation with these colorful new friends, lol! In all seriousness I’m sure by now you have all heard our Governor’s announcement about all non essential businesses needing to temporarily close their doors as we try to “flatten the curve” of this horrible virus and we are going to do just that. Beginning Thursday, March 26th our doors will be locked but we will be there to answer the phone and unload trucks and hopefully still sell a little furniture. We will continue posting pictures of items we have in stock and will be more than happy for you to place your “order” and pay over the phone (or when you pickup) and we can load it into your vehicle without any contact (or we can deliver at later date once this mess dies down!) We will also continue to ship all jewelry, pillows, etc.!
No worries to those of you who have special orders and deliveries scheduled we will get you all taken care of!
We ask that if you need or simply want an item please give us a call at (405) 527-6885 during business hours and let us fix you up! Any little bit of business is a necessity to keep our employees and us afloat during this trying time and is appreciated more than we can express!
Stay calm and remember God has this! Stay home, stay safe and God Bless!!
Want to brighten someone’s day? Next week we will be doing spread the love bouquets. These will be a spring mix wrapped in paper! Spread love not germs. Let us deliver to your loved ones, friends or just to make someone smile While stuck inside. These will be $20 includes delivery. Comment with you email and we will send you a pay pal
Invoice or as always you can call and order. ❤️
Call: (405) 527-6821
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Community Coffee
Every 2nd Thursday of the month at 8:00 AM
(locations vary)
*Free for members to attend.
*Free to members to host; host provides coffee & light breakfast.

** 2020 slots are filling up!
Call the Chamber office for details.

Chamber Luncheon
Last Friday of the month at 12:00 PM
*$10 to eat lunch
*There is a fee for hosting, host member chooses the speaker.
**2020 slots still available, call the Chamber office for details.

Please call the Chamber office to reserve your slot today!
(405) 527-3093
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The Chamber Beat is a weekly 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 . 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.
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