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Light It Up Blue- TULSA (Brady District)

April 2, Autism Speaks celebrates Light It Up Blue along with the international autism community, in commemoration of the United Nations-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day.

In Tulsa, Cox Media Group-Tulsa along with The Hunt Club, Mocha Butterfly, Blue Energy Fuels, Guthrie Green and other Brady District Arts merchants have teamed up to LIGHT IT UP BLUE-TULSA!  Join us in The Brady Arts District of downtown Tulsa to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day Wednesday, April 2nd! 

Tulsa Event Schedule:

5:00 pm:  Light it Up Blue Gathering- Wear Blue and meet on the South Side of Guthrie Green with your friends and family

5:30pm:  Balloon Release from Guthrie Green

(Enjoy the Brady Arts District Restaurants, Shops and Sights!)

8:00pm: Guthrie Green and other Brady District Merchants Turn on their Blue Lights/Doors open for "I Have A Light II: A Tribute To Nirvana" at The Hunt Club (Benefit for A New Leaf, Inc.)

9:00pm:  I Have A Light II: A Tribute To Nirvana at The Hunt Club ($5 admission to benefit A New Leaf/All Ages)

About Light It Up Blue

Light It Up Blue is a unique global initiative that kicks-off Autism Awareness Month and helps raise awareness about autism. In honor of this historic day, many iconic landmarks, hotels, sporting venues, concert halls, museums, bridges and retail stores are among the hundreds of thousands of homes and communities that take part to Light It Up Blue.

Register and get help with lighting and event ideas HERE.

Donate online to Autism Speaks HERE or make a TEXT donation by texting AUTISM to 25383 to give $10. A one-time donation of $10.00 will be added to your mobile phone bill or deducted from your prepaid balance. Donor must be age 18+ and all donations must be authorized by the account holder (e.g. parents). By texting YES, the user agrees to the terms and conditions. All charges are billed by and payable to your mobile service provider. Service is available on most carriers. Donations are collected for the benefit of Autism Speaks by the Mobile Giving Foundation and subject to the terms found at Message & Data Rates May Apply. You can unsubscribe at any time by texting STOP to short code 25383; text HELP to 25383 for help.

A New Leaf Garden Fest

Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 26th, 2014 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm for the 15th Annual Garden Fest held by the clients of A New Leaf!

Spring has sprung and gardeners will get a head start on the growing season at A New Leaf located at 2306 S. 1st Place (next to the Broken Arrow Police Department) where their six greenhouses are bursting at the seams with beautiful spring annuals, hanging baskets, vegetables, herbs, and other gorgeous plants available for immediate sale. This is truly a one stop shopping opportunity for you to purchase your spring planting needs and help a wonderful cause in the process. A New Leaf, a Tulsa Area United Way agency, provides individuals with developmental disabilities with life skills, marketable job training through horticultural therapy, community-based vocational placement, and residential services to increase independence and individuals choices. All of the beautiful plants featured at Garden Fest 2014 have been nurtured and cultivated with love by individuals with developmental disabilities.Garden Fest 2014 will feature vendor booths showcasing the latest garden tools and supplies. The community will enjoy this free event. All proceeds from Garden Fest directly support individuals with developmental disabilities living and working in our community!A New Leaf, Inc. provides individuals with developmental disabilities with life skills, marketable job training through horticultural therapy, community-based vocational placement, and residential services to increase independence and individuals choices. Founded in 1979, A New Leaf, Inc. provides programming in a greenhouse environment serving as a vocational training center for adults with developmental disabilities. A New Leaf, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit facility funded by state contracts with Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Services Division, sales to the public, Tulsa Area United Way and private contributions. A New Leaf is located at 2306 S. 1st Place Broken Arrow, OK 74012. To set up interviews with individuals with developmental disabilities receiving services from A New Leaf or CEO, Mary Ogle, please contact Jordan Didier via email (, mobile (918.760.5382), or office (918.451.1491). 

Natureworks Art Show

Nature Works 32nd Annual Art Show and SaleSaturday, March 1st and Sunday, March 2ndRenaissance Hotel and Conference Center (71st and Highway 169) Tulsa, Ok.This is one of the premier wildlife art shows in North America with over 50 nationally renowned painters, sculptors and carvers.More than 1,000 pieces of amazing nature and western art.Proceeds benefiting regional wildlife conservation projects.Hours, Saturday 9am-5pm;   Sunday 11am to 5pm.Visit for a complete list of artists.

Glenpool Spring Market

Glenpool Spring MarketTo benefit: Good Samaritan Health ServicesSat, March 29th, 10am – 4pmGlenpool Conference Center12205 S Yukon Ave; Glenpool OK 74033. Exit Hwy 75 at 121st St (SH117), go West about ½ mile and turn South onto S Yukon.The 4th Annual Glenpool Spring Market, sponsored by King of Kings Lutheran Church, will feature artisans of hand-crafted items and independent home-based businesses from all over Tulsa and the surrounding areas. Visitors to the Spring Market will enjoy shopping for handmade craft  items, candles, gifts, jewelry, home-baked goods, and much more. A suggested door donation of $1.00 will benefit Good Samaritan Health Services (GSHS) in Glenpool. This is a charitable nonprofit organization that provides free medical care for the uninsured through the use of two medical units.  Patients receive a doctor’s consultation, lab work, medicines, education, specialty care (if needed), and follow-up care for free.  GSHS partners with churches which provide caring volunteers and their ministries of compassion for patients.  The Spring Market will be held at the Glenpool Conference Center on March 29, 2014 from 10 am to 4 pm. All net proceeds, supplemented by Thrivent Financial, will be used to support local, national, and international missions.For further information call 918.291.2005 or log on to King of Kings at: www.kingofkingsok.orgEmail:

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Big Game Banquet

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Tulsa Chapter

26th Annual Big Game BanquetFebruary 22nd 2014 at the Tulsa Fair Grounds Ford Truck Center

5:30pmVISIT WEBSITE HERE Dear Sportsmen, Artist, Suppliers, Friends and Conservationists;As we begin planning for our twenty-sixth big game dinner/auction on the 22 of February 2014, the Tulsa Chapter of the RMEF would like to express our appreciation for the assistance you have given us in the past. With your donations you have enabled us to have twenty-three successful banquets that have contributed support to help in the state of Oklahoma and nationwide to work toward the fulfillment of the mission of the RMEF: to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, and their habitat.Over these twenty-five  years you have helped us generate in the Tulsa Chapter over $775,300 in net habitat support and $396,000 including co-ops has been spent right here in Oklahoma on various projects. These projects total more than 16,000 acres. The projects include 16 on habitat enhancement projects on five of the state’s wildlife management areas, 7 conservation education programs, 12 hunting heritage programs, and a wildlife management study on the Wichita Mountains Nation Wildlife Refuge.We are asking for your help with any kind of donation to assist us with another successful big game dinner and auction. We would appreciate anything: artwork, clothing, equipment, trips, food, tents, services, cash, jewelry, paid advertising for our program or underwriting purchased items. If you have any questions or comments, FOR TICKETS  please call Gary Lawson at 918-695-5100 or go to

The Jolly Runner 5K

The Jolly Runner 5K & Walk the Plank

March 1, 2014 at Tulsa Riverparks West Festival Park

Benefitting Walk MS Costume Contests, Strolling Pirates, Treasure Chest drawings, Planking Contest, Parrots…Raising loot to give MS the boot!

The Jolly Runner’s primary goal is to raise funds for MS.  At each event, an additional local cause will be designated. Events will  be held in Norman and Dallas in the fall.   At the Tulsa event, we are expanding to  include the Logan Henry Fund.  Logan, A Broken Arrow Track Runner, was hit by a car and seriously injured during practice.  See news story HERE.

The Jolly Runner event includes a timed 5k, a Fun Run, and a Walk the Plank planking contest. The Planking contest is a timed event where the participants hold a plank position for as long as they can.

After the run stay around and enjoy Tulsa Food Trucks:  Mangiamo and BonePile.

We are pleased to announce that we are keeping it local by using Tatur Racing for official timing and GreenHouse Clothing for our race shirts.


St. Jude Dream Home 2015

Thank you to every one who bought a ticket for the 2015 St. Jude Dream House in Tulsa!  

Here are this years winners:

  • $10,000 furniture shopping spree- Gil Herrera, Tulsa  
  • Round of golf for four at the Patriot Club- Lori Armon, Owasso
  • Home brewed beer for a year- Carol Muniz, Glenpool
  • 20 suite tickets to Tulsa Drillers game- Julie Hobbs, Sapulpa
  • Two night stay at the Ambassador Tulsa- Terrance Pemverton, Tulsa
  • $1000 Visa gift card courtesy of all my sons- Doug rippetoe, collinsville
  • $1000 gift certificate to the Market at Walnut Creek- Lisa Ashworth, Tulsa
  • $5000 Visa gift card (early bird)- Nancy Irvin, Muskogee 
  • 3-carat sapphire and diamond ring courtesy of Israel Diamond Supply- Kenny Brull, Claremore
  • Huntervention weekend makeover plus $250 Visa gift card- LaWanda Pelton, Tulsa 
  • Fondue for a year for two from the Melting Pot- Byron Lentz, Tulsa 
  • Atresso Smart Touch Kitchen Faucet courtesy of Brizo- Karen and Mark Gormley, Bartlesville
  • $1000 worth of dry cleaning from The Dry Cleaning Station- Eugene Vanbeber, Claremore 
  • $1000 gift certificate to Vincent Anthony Jeweler- Gary Hurst, Tulsa 
  • $1000 gift certificate to Qwasso Auto Spa and Gifts- Aaron Martin, Bixby
  • Bonus prize- $5000 painting courtesy of Shannon Sebastian- Ronald Garr, Inola 
  • 2015 St. Jude Dream Home- Marie Blevins, Talala


St Jude's Dream Home 2014

Step Up To the Plate & Fight ALS 2014

Friday, April 11th 2014

Step Up To The Plate & Fight ALS 2014

Benefitting The Muscular Dystrophy Association /ALS Division

Hyatt Regency Tulsa

100 E. 2nd St. Tulsa, Ok 74103



MDA Tulsa website HERE

Step Up to the Plate, Fight ALSGreat Food, Great Fun, Great CauseThe Muscular Dystrophy Association is making plans for Step Up to the Plate, Fight ALS - Friday, April 11th at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Tulsa.  It’s a savory salute to Lou Gehrig and to America’s favorite pastime, only kicked up a notch or two.It’s ballpark food like you’ve never seen before when ten of Tulsa’s favorite chefs come together to vie for your votes serving up gourmet versions of your favorites.   We’ll round the bases with raffles, auctions and entertainment.  You can help us hit it out of the park again this year for ALS!  Sponsorships and tables are still available – you don’t want to miss this event. ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, muscular dystrophy attacks the nervous system and gradually deteriorates motor function in the brain and spinal cord.  Life expectancy after diagnosis is typically three to five years, although MDA estimates that about 10 percent live more than 10 years.  There is currently no cure, and an estimated 5,000 people are diagnosed each year.The Muscular Dystrophy Association is the world’s leading nonprofit health agency dedicated to finding treatments and cures for muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and other neuromuscular diseases. It does so by funding worldwide research; by providing comprehensive health care services and support to MDA families nationwide; and by rallying communities to fight back through advocacy, fundraising and local engagement. For more information about Step Up to the Plate, Fight ALS, contact Becky Prine with MDA at 918-749-7997.  For information about MDA and ALS, visit

Walk MS Tulsa

Connect.  Walk MS: TulsaSaturday April 5th, 2014Veterans Park 1875 S. Boulder Dr. Tulsa, Ok

Get Participation and Donation information HERE

Site opens at 8:00amWalk begins at 9:00amRoute Length: 3 miles

Walk MS connects people living with MS and those who care about them. It is an experience unlike any other - a day to come together, to celebrate the progress we've made and to show the power of our connections.When you participate in Walk MS, the funds you raise give hope to the more than 2.3 million people living with MS worldwide. The dollars raised support life-changing programs and cutting-edge research. Every connection counts.Register now, connect with others and start fundraising today.

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