2022 Travel & Resource Guide to the Heart of Oklahoma
Chamber Members:

We are very excited about our current project here at the Heart of Oklahoma Chamber in creating a 2022 Travel & Resource Guide to the Heart of Oklahoma! This guide will be filled with useful information for visitors and people looking to move to our area. The guide will be placed in hotel rooms, realtors offices, city hall, restaurants, shops and so on. 

Every member, whose dues are current, will have a listing in the back of the guide, so please make sure your information is updated with us. The listing includes your name, address, phone number and website. Please visit our website and make sure your listing information is correct and send in an updated logo in vector format (ex. PDF, EPS, AI, PSD) or high resolution image to If changes need to be made please let us know ASAP. 
Also attached is an advertising form for the guide. These full color ads will be placed throughout the book and will also include a QR code. This is a great way to get your business more exposure!

Deadline is Friday, March 11, 2022.
For a fillable PDF find link below and to pay online find link below.

Please don’t hesitate to ask questions.

Elisabeth Baker
Executive Director
(405) 527-3093
We are currently working on our 2022 Travel & Resource Guide for the Heart of Oklahoma and we are looking for photos that represent the communities we love.

Purcell • Lexington • Goldsby • Wayne • Washington

What makes you love living In the Heart of Oklahoma? Is it the events, the people, the scenery, the places, etc.,? We want to see your photos!!

Selected photos will be included in our 2022 Chamber guide.
Please send your high resolution photos, with good contact info to We will receive photos up till Friday, March 4th.
We were so excited to celebrate our Chamber member Jo’s Famous Pizza for 60 years in business with a birthday ribbon cutting!
Cutting the ribbon are Kathy Andrews and Adam Andrews.
We are so happy to have KJ Advertising and Marketing join our Chamber family!
Cutting the ribbon are owners Kyston Wheat and Jesus Solis.
Be sure to check them out for your advertising, marketing and power washing needs!
Ribbon cutting for our Chamber member Rick R Schmidt, MD’s new office space!
1800 N Green Avenue, Ste 100
Purcell, OK 73080
Purcell - Pioneer Library System:
The Pioneer Library System Maker Mobile will have a pop-up lab at the Purcell Library over Spring Break. Stop in between 1 and 7 p.m. on Tuesday or Thursday or between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday to check out the machines. You can also bring in your own projects to work on using the embroidery machine, 3D printer, laser cutter/engraver, and more! For more information on these and other library happenings, check out our Events calendar at
About us: We offer 3-week intensive study sessions, for students (16+, who want to earn their high school diploma). Our classes, in Nov., are T.. W., and Th, Nov.2 - 18. (anytime between 8:30 and 2:00 pm) We are located in the Old Purcell Jr. High, on Apache St,
After one has completed 12 hrs in class, an online study program is available, to compliment (or substitute for) classwork. The fee to begin classes is $20.
Testing in 5 subjects is required, to earn a diploma. These tests are given about once a month, at the Mid-America Vo-Tech, in Wayne. (Cost of each official test is $22.50. Some scholarships are available.)  
OKLAHOMA's RESOLUTE will resume classes on Jan 25th:
8:30 am (to 2:00pm), Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.

This class is for adult students, 16+, who will let nothing stop them from earning their high school diploma.

This Open-Enrollment cost is $20 and can provide the opportunity to study in-person and/or online, until all 5 tests are passed.

Classes are also held at old Jr High Building in Purcell (& on Tuesday & Thursday evenings, 5:30-9:00, Wynnewood Middle School.)

This, particular 3-week intensive study session, will be followed by officially HiSET testing on Feb 11th.

Text 405-863-3747, or call 405-222-6562, for more information.
Purcell - Happy Camper Cafe:
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The extension of the Kickapoo Turnpike at I-40 south to I-35 near Purcell expands the mobility of SE Oklahoma City Metro by providing greater access to local communities..

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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 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.
Office Number: (405) 527-3093
Elisabeth Baker, Executive Director