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ScotFest 2017

- September 15-17th @ River West Festival Park (same place as Oktoberfest)  - Fat Tire Friday MacBeerfest tickets are only $5 when you buy them online

- More than 20 Beers on tap, 10 Bands, 2 Stages and more - Weekend Passes only $25 online  - Beginning on Saturday get Highland Games, Highland Dancing, Pipes and Drums, Scottish Comedian Luke Ashlocke, Kids Glen, 2 Stages, 10 Bands, Food from all over the UK and more! - Single day tickets for Saturday and Sunday only $10 online  - Parking, Maps, Schedules and Tickets online @ okscotfest.com 

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Eat Pancakes with Concert Crew Andrew

Join 103.3 The Eagle's Concert Crew Andrew at the New Leaf Grow Together Pancake Breakfast September 16th. The fundraiser will be at the Chili's in Broken Arrow from 8 a.m.-10 a.m. Meet Concert Crew Andrew and enjoy an all-you-can-eat spread of pancakes, eggs, sausage and bacon. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for kids.Garver and Chili's are hoping to raise $50,000 with A New Leaf before the end of October. Funds raised will help create opportunities for the more than 29,000 individuals living with developmental disabilities in the Tulsa metro area.  To purchase a ticket, visit weblink.donorperfect.com/pancakebreakfast. For more info, contact Matthew Youngblood at MJYoungblood@GarverUSA.com or 918-250-5922. 

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Hurricane Harvey Relief Drive 

How to Donate:

  • Text Harvey to 9-5-9-2-0 to receive a link for the Red Cross Secure donation site for Hurricane Harvey Relief. (keyword is NOT case sensitive) 
  • You can make a donation online by clicking HERE
  • Accepted payments for ONLINE and TEXT Donations: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX, PayPal

In response to the horrific devastation that Hurricane Harvey has brought to the Houston area, local media outlets are raising funds for the American Red Cross’ Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. On Friday, September 1st, all five Cox Media Group radio stations will join FOX23, My41 and Cox Communications to collect cash donations and aid in relief efforts. 

"Tulsa is a giving community and we know first-hand the devastating effects weather can have on the lives of families when they least expect it,” said Dan Lawrie, Vice President and Market Manager of Cox Radio, Tulsa spoke of the inspiration behind the fundraiser. “Through the help of The American Red Cross, we're confident Tulsa will show how much we care about those suffering in the Houston area and send the help they so desperately need." 

Cash and check donations will be collected by Red Cross volunteers between 6am and 6pm on Friday at LaFortune Park and 2625 S. Memorial Drive in Tulsa. 

The Red Cross is currently asking that individuals focus on cash donations if they wish to immediately help those impacted by the hurricane. "We've heard from Tulsans who want to extend their generosity and compassion to Texas families affected by Hurricane Harvey," said Cathy Gunther, Vice President and General Manager of Cox Television, Tulsa. "So all our Cox stations are working together to make helping Houstonians as easy as possible." 

Cox Media Group’s News 102.3 KRMG (KRMG-AM/FM), K95.5 (KWEN-FM), Mix 96.5 (KRAV-FM), 103.3 The Eagle (KJSR-FM) and Spirit 105.7 (KWEN – HD2) will be joined by FOX23 (KOKI-TV), My41 (KMYT-TV) and Cox Communications. 

Roger Ramseyer, Vice President and Tulsa Market Leader for Cox Communications said, “It’s part of our company culture to take care of our neighbors in need. We hope through this event, we can reach our listeners and viewers across Northeast Oklahoma and provide a quick and easy opportunity for them to help our Texas friends who have been severely impacted by Hurricane Harvey.” Online donations can be made here or by texting HARVEY to 95920.

2017 Back To School Expo

The 3rd Annual Back to School Expo will be held on Saturday, August 12, 2017 in the Exchange Center at Expo Square and is the largest FREE back-to-school event in northeast Oklahoma. Come out and see nearly 75 local exhibitors showcasing their selection of products and services designed to get you and your kids ready for the upcoming school year. Representatives from leading companies, as well as local retailers and service providers from this area, will be on hand to answer your questions, conduct product demonstrations and host on-site educational seminars. New products in the marketplace that will save you time and money will be offered, displayed and demonstrated by professionals throughout the show. This show is a highly-targeted and cost-effective opportunity for businesses to market their products or services directly to this sought after group of consumers.Show attendees will be able to take advantage of FREE backpacks and school supplies for the first 3,000 school-age children, courtesy of Cox Communications and FOX23, NO-COST and LOW-COST immunizations by the Tulsa Health Department (parents must bring shot records), FREE haircuts, FREE on-stage entertainment, roaming local sports team and cartoon mascots and much more fun for the entire family!! Best of all, admission and parking at the "Back the School Expo" is absolutely FREE!The 2017 "Back to School Expo" is presented by Dr. Jeff Long's Children & Family Eye CareTulsa Technology Center and Apollo's Martial Arts  and PLS Financial Services.

For a List Of The 2017 Participating Exhibitors: Click HERE!

103.3 The Eagle and OCCU Credit Union Care’s Ride

103.3 The Eagle joined Oklahoma Central Credit Union for a day of riding and caring. The ride benefited the Children's Hospital at Saint Francis.

Ferguson Subaru Gives Back To The Community 

KRMG’s Rick Couri was recently at Ferguson Subaru to celebrate Subaru Loves To Care. The project encourages local Subaru dealers to support projects within their own community.  Couri was on hand to chat with Ferguson Subaru’s Cody Teergerstorm about what they are doing to help Tulsa, Broken Arrow and the surrounding communities. 

Ferguson Subaru donated blankets and Craft Kits to Oklahoma Cancer Specialists And Research Institute for people going through treatment .  The blankets will help keep patient warm and they hope the craft kits will help kids whose parents are in treatment, or might be in treatment themselves, to keep entertained. 

“We are donating blankets and Craft Kits to help the kids by giving them crayons and things to kinda get their mind off what they are going through or what their parents are going through. We just want to show them that Subaru cares about our community and provide them some love,” explain Teegerstorm.

The infusion room’s can be very cold, explain Couri. “They need those blankets to stay warm.” Teergerstorm said Ferguson Subaru likes to do these kinds of things for the comminty. 

“Ferguson Subaru signed the Sabaru love promise, and our main goal in that is to tell our community we care about them. Not just care for our customers, but care for the whole community. We want to make an impact in the world and the whole Tulsa and Broken Arrow Community. This is just one way we can do that and hopefully help those patients out and we hope they get just a little bit of comfort and we hope it will do some good.” said Teergerstorm. 

For more information visit Ferguson Subaru’s Love Promise Page and watch the video below. 

Photo: Tour de France cyclist shares shocking photo of veiny legs

People across the world marvel at athletes’ physiques and rightfully so. They train months, even years, to get in great shape. 

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However, what people don’t always see is the grueling effect it has on the body. Polish cyclist Pawel Poljanski changed that this week when he shared a picture of his veiny, muscular legs on Instagram

Poljanski, who is competing in the Tour de France, captioned his photo: “After sixteen stages I think my legs look (a) little tired.”

In just 21 hours, the photo garnered more than 22,000 likes on Instagram and hundreds of comments. 

The image was also shared on Twitter, where users expressed awe and disgust.

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