Because the JRCS building is now closed for the remainder of the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the leadership team decided to donate the in-demand supplies to help high-risk community members stay safe and healthy.
Many of the Chamber’s divisions have shifted their priorities to meet the needs of members during this unprecedented time.
INTEGRIS is introducing a new free online tool designed to help Oklahomans determine if they have symptoms that could be consistent with coronavirus (COVID-19).
The RFBO is also suspending volunteer opportunities at this time.
Congressman Tom Cole joined us to give an update on federal legislation and local experts discussed employment, legal and finance concerns.
The Chamber will host a second call at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24 to give businesses information they need to make critical decisions during this pandemic.
A trailblazing play space dedicated to providing learning through STEAM will open soon at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.
Boeing engineers spent the morning talking to and inspiring students at Classen SAS High School at Northeast to celebrate National Engineers Week last week.