April 22, 2019
Please join us for this important and informative
Economic Development Workshop
This Friday, April 26
Rose State College Professional Training Center
1720 Hudiburg Dr.
Midwest City, OK 73110
  • Registration: 8:00 – 8:30 am.
  • Program: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Presentations include:
  • Six Focuses of Economic Development
  • 21st Century Economic Development
  • Restoring the Heart of Oklahoma, One Downtown at a Time
  • Welcome to Main Street
  • Economic Development, A Municipal View
  • Oklahoma Tourism, An Economic Development Tool
OMSC Partner Profile:
BP Strategies an Alera Group Company
As an OMSC preferred provider, BP Strategies (BPS) is a comprehensive consulting and brokerage firm that specializes in group medical and other welfare benefit plans; providing additional tools and services to make client plans successful and efficient. In May of 2018, BPS became the Oklahoma office of the Alera Group, the 7th largest privately held employee benefits company in the nation. The Alera Group – a national consulting and brokerage company- has over 1,600 employees with 68 locations serving clients in all industries. More information
Save The Date!!
2019 MCO Summer Conference, June 12-15, Broken Arrow
Mark your calendars now to attend the 2019 MCO Mayors Summer Conference on June 12th - 15th in Broken Arrow, OK. Come join your fellow Oklahoma Mayors this summer! The conference is an excellent opportunity to network and participate in educational sessions!
Ethics and Audits Workshop
May 10
Rose State College Professional Training Center
1720 Hudiburg Dr.
Midwest City, OK 73110
  • Registration: 8:30 – 9:00 a.m.
  • Program: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Plan now to join us for this very important workshop!

Presentations include:

  • Ethics For The Public Sector
  • Ethics and the Law: “What Would Your Momma Say?”
  • Municipal Petition Audit Findings, Do’s and Don’ts
  • Office of State Auditor & Inspector – Special Investigative Audits
  • Ethic, Crisis, and Communications
Return Man
In the centennial year of Jim Thorpe’s 1912 Olympic triumphs, the homecoming motif continues to be definitive in the life—and afterlife—of a singular Oklahoma athlete.