MONDAY | OCTOBER 11, 2021
THURSDAY | OCTOBER 14
Join us this Thursday, October 14th at 12:00pm to help us cut the ribbon and welcome Inspire Wellness Clinic & Med Spa to our Chamber family!
FRIDAY | OCTOBER 15
Thank you to Comanche Construction for being our 2021 main golf sponsor!
THURSDAY | OCTOBER 21
SATURDAY | OCTOBER 30
HALLOWEEN IS COMING UP SOON! GET YOUR BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION'S NAME ON THE LIST IF YOUR'RE PLANNING ON PASSING OUT CANDY TO THE KIDS ASAP!
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The Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce welcomes businesses and
local organizations the opportunity to generate exposure in the community by sponsoring/participating in our Annual Halloween of the Heart. This event is a long honored tradition in Purcell and sees thousands of visitors every year. A festival offering a pumpkin patch, inflatables, Mr. Yeti's Hot Chocolate, trick or treating and more!

This event brings together the community to celebrate the season and attracts crowds from surrounding communities. In addition to the festival, children can trick or treat City of Purcell's walking trail during the event.

For more information about sponsoring/participating please contact Elisabeth Baker, Chamber Executive Director by texting or calling (405) 527-3093 or email: elisabeth@theheartofok.com
Chamber Ribbon Cutting for Ya ya's Coffee & Bakery
207 W Main Street Purcell, OK 73080
(405) 593-8538
Hours: Open Tuesday thru Saturday - 8:00am to 6:00pm
Chamber Ribbon Cutting for Pride Popcorn
204 W Main Street Purcell, OK 73080
info@pride-popcorn.com
Hours: Open Monday thru Saturday - 10:00am to 7:00pm
Chamber Ribbon Cutting for Pride Popcorn
206 W Main Street Purcell, OK 73080
(405) 760-6994
Hours: Open Tuesday thru Friday - 10:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday - 10:00am - 2:00pm
2021 Heart of Oklahoma Chamber - Board of Directors Retreat
We had a great Heart of Oklahoma Chamber Board of Directors strategic planning session on Monday!
Road construction ahead
Beginning near Criner on SH 59 extending west 2.3 miles
Posted Thursday, September 23, 2021 9:00 am on www.purcellregister.com
"Local residents and property owners will be able access their properties during the time of construction. This section of roadway will be closed to through traffic during construction.”
WILSON LYLES, MCCLAIN COUNTY COMMISSIONER
The Purcell Register
McClain County District 2 has awarded a $5.1 million dollar project on 180th Street set to begin no later than October 4. That’s the word from county commissioner Wilson Lyles.
The project is located beginning at SH 59 near Criner extending west for 2.3 miles.
“This will be what is known as a grade, drain and surface job,” Lyles said. “This will  include all vegetation within the right-of-way to be cleared, along with the removal of a 12’x 16’ concrete drainage structure to be replaced with a new similar concrete box. Also a 102’ bridge near Meridian Avenue.”
A complete reclamation and base will be  reestablished for a new 5” asphalt overlay to be placed as the driving surface. The driving lanes will also be marked with edge stripes and no passing center lines.
This project has been in the process for several years which involved environmental studies ROW acquisitions, along with geo technical work. Lyles reported CEC engineering of OKC was the engineering firm on the design of the roadway and the bridge on this project and also receiving environmental clearance to move forward.
Treas Construction was the successful bidder for the contract.
“Local residents and property owners will be able access their properties during the time of construction. This section of roadway will be closed to through traffic during construction,” Lyles said.
Construction is expected to be completed in June of 2022.
“We appreciate the motoring public and the local residents for their patience and understanding during this time of progress,” the commissioner said.
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Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce
Office Number: (405) 527-3093
Elisabeth Baker, Executive Director