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Chamber reviews 2013, looks toward 2014 at Economic Outlook Conference

Chamber reviews 2013, looks toward 2014 at Economic Outlook Conference

The Tulsa Regional Chamber's annual Economic Outlook Conference is intended to inform Tulsa-area business leaders of economic indicators that could impact business performance in the year ahead. State and local experts discuss local happenings, national issues and global circumstances.

Wednesday, Dec. 11
7:30-9 a.m. (doors open at 7 a.m.)
Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center
6808 S. 107th E. Ave.

National Drug Take-Back

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It's National Drug Take-Back time again

This is a day for the public to get rid of potentially dangerous, expired, unused or unwanted medications. The Take-Back program is completely anonymous.

On Oct. 26, 10am-2pm stop by one of these locations with your expired, unused or unwanted medications. Police officers will be on-hand to accept and dispose of the medications. 

Introducing our new ESL Specialist!

We are happy to introduce our new ESL Specialist, Jennifer Lockhart! Jennifer has recently joined the Literacy team, and we are very excited she is here. We asked her to introduce herself:

Acquire New Donors - AFP's Weekly "Top Ten Things"

The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) releases a Top Ten Things list weekly through its online Resource Center. As described on the AFP website, Top Ten Things updates are designed to help you keep up with nonprofit news and tips:

"There’s so much information online that you’re bound to have missed some of it, especially over the holidays. Here are some of the top items, articles and ideas you need to know so you can keep up-to-date and find success."

Talk Your Kid Smart!

Baby Talk Bonanza

Do you want your child to grow up a reader? Plant the seeds long before he/she learns to read. The number of words a child hears and says before they learn to read has a great deal to do with how well they do in school.

Words are the seeds that will grow into reading. The good news is that you add words to your child's world by doing something very natural: talking with your child. The better news is that you can add even more words by thinking about how you talk to your child.

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