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  • Tulsa Metro Chamber

    Mission: Our pledge to our members The Tulsa Metro Chamber is the principal business-driven leadership organization improving the quality of community life through the development of regional economic prosperity....

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  • Tulsa Public Schools

    Mission Statement: The mission of Tulsa Public Schools is to provide a quality learning experience for every student, every day, without exception. Vision Statement: Excellence and High Expectations with a Commitment to All. Goals:  - Student Achievement  - T...

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  • Greater Tulsa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

    A Brief History In the fall of 1998, a group of dedicated Hispanic business owners and community leaders realized the enormous economic impact and potential of the growing Hispanic community in the Tulsa region. Early in 1999, the GTHCC was incorporated in the State of O...

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  • Kiwanis Club of Tulsa

    In April of 1918 one hundred fifty enterprising businessmen gathered in the basement of the Hotel Tulsa and organized Tulsa's first Kiwanis Club Kiwanians are always alert for civic needs, then develop a project around this need eventually turning it over to other groups ...

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  • Tulsa City Central Library

    History After several attempts to establish a library in Tulsa by women's clubs beginning in 1905, a group of citizens finally persuaded Andrew Carnegie, in 1912, to provide $35,000 to build a library if the city would provide a suitable site and $3,500 per year to main...

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  • Gilcrease Museum

    History: Gilcrease Museum is the product of a lifetime of collecting by Thomas Gilcrease, whose fortune was made in the dusty oilfields of Oklahoma nearly 100 years ago. As Gilcrease's fortunes grew, so did his desire to learn more about the art, history and cultures of Nor...

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  • Tulsa Zoo And Living Museum

    About Us:Tulsa Zoo is a fun environment for our guests and our animal residents, Learn about animals from all parts of the world at this third largest zoo in the U.S. by exploring various habitats including "Cheek-to-Cheek with Chimpanzees, "Siamang Island," "Elephant Encoun...

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  • Tulsa Performing Arts Center

    History:Before oil barons brought wealth and fame to the region, Tulsa defined itself by cultural sophistication. Replacing the city’s first municipal theater, erected in 1914, the Tulsa Performing Arts Center opened its doors in March 1977. Constructed with a combinat...

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  • Tulsa Historical Society

    About Us: The mission of the Tulsa Historical Society is to illuminate the past, enrich the present, and inspire future generations by collecting, preserving, and presenting Tulsa's history. Established in 1963, the Tulsa Historical Society holds an extensive collectio...

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  • Tulsa Garden Center

    About Us: Tulsa Garden Center, located in historic Woodward Park, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide a variety of horticultural and environmental education opportunities for the community and to serve as horticultural headquarters for the Tulsa area. A...

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  • Charles Schustermann Jewish Community Center
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  • First Christian Church of Tulsa

    Vision: The official newsletter of First Christian Church of Tulsa. Read about upcoming events, news, and articles from the pastors....

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  • City of Tulsa

    About Us Tulsa is nestled in the northeastern quadrant of Oklahoma, right in the heart of "Green Country." The rolling green hills and wooded terrain of the city lies at an elevation of 700 feet above sea level and offers a temperate climate. Tulsans enjoy 227 days of su...

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  • American Indian Chamber Of Commerce Of Oklahoma

    About Us : The Chamber has a diverse membership roster consisting of American Indian individuals and businesses, non-Indian individuals and non-Indian businesses, as well as non-profit organizations whose work benefits American Indian people, tribes, and representatives f...

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  • The United States Junior Chamber

    About Us : The United States Junior Chamber (Jaycees) gives young people between the ages of 18 and 40 the tools they need to build the bridges of success for themselves in the areas of business development, management skills, individual training, community service, and in...

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  • Brookside Branch Library

    History "Something new is coming to Tulsa a lively library" announced the Tulsa Sunday World when the Brookside Library opened on January 19, 1951 in a rented storefront facility at 3516 S Peoria Avenue. It was Tulsa's first branch library to be in the heart of a shopping ce...

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  • Hardesty Regional Library

    History : The South Regional was built on a 3-acre site at 6737 South 85 th East Avenue donated to the System by developers of Woodland Hills Mall. Designed by Coleman-Irwin, it was the largest of the branches at 18,300 sq. ft. It had 3 meeting rooms, an auditorium, and a...

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  • Peggy V. Helmerich Library

    History : The Peggy V. Helmerich Library opened to the public on February 10, 1991 as a 9,800 square foot facility, on a three acre lot, with capacity for 35,000 volumes. It was designed by Wallace and Bates Architects with a provision for future expansion. The Helmerich...

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  • Kendall-Whittier Branch Library

    The Kendall-Whittier Library is located at 1st and Lewis. The cupola from the historic East Second Library graces the reading area.The R.T. Daniel Meeting Room, seating 50, houses artist Shan Goshorn's hand painted historical photographs.The Kendall-Whittier Library has Span...

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  • Martin Regional Library

    History : In 2002, the Martin Regional Library was expanded to 29,425 square feet. The shelving capacity increased to hold 125,000 volumes and over 50 computers were made available to the public. A new story time room was added which housed two castles, a moat and cloud mobi...

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  • Tulsa Genealogy Center

    About Us : The Genealogy Center of the Tulsa City-County Library System is one of the largest genealogy collections in Oklahoma. This collection focuses not only on Tulsa and Oklahoma but also contains sources covering many other areas. A large number of materials cover Ar...

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  • Maxwell Park Library

    History : In November of 2000 Maxwell Park Library closed for a $76,000 renovation made possible from the Library Bond Issue approved on May 12, 1998. Woody Design Group was selected to design and oversee the renovation. The general contractor was Kenneth Petty Construction...

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  • Nathan Hale Library

    About Us: Perched at the edge of a small neighborhood in midtown Tulsa at 23rd and Sheridan sits the Nathan Hale Library designed by F. Allen Whiteside. At 4,882-square-feet, the Nathan Hale Library was the largest branch in the city when it opened in 1963.  Now it is the s...

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  • Rudisill Regional Library

    History : The genealogy service was moved from Central to Rudisill in July, 1990, at the completion of a renovation project. It occupied about 1,000 sq. ft. and provided ample free parking. It drew people from all over Oklahoma and surrounding states. Due to its popularity ...

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  • Schusterman-Benson Library

    History : In April of 1995, a bequest of $325,000 from Miss Sibyl Benson for a new building to replace the Florence Park Library was announced. Miss Benson had been a long-time volunteer at the Florence Park library. In August of the same year, a bequest from Lucille Cunni...

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  • Suburban Acres Library

    History : As one of the most recognized buildings in the area, the Suburban Acres Library still remains a premier neighborhood attraction for its residents. With just 4,200 square feet to house its collection and a 99-year lease with Tulsa Public Schools, the Suburban Acre...

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  • Zarrow Regional Library

    History : In 2003, the building underwent an expansion and renovation to add 5,000 sq. ft. for a larger library service area and a teen center. Designed by Dewberry, the refurbished facility opened in October 2004. At this time, the building was renamed the Henry Zarrow Re...

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  • Greenwood Cultural Center

    Our Mission: To preserve African-American heritage and promote positive images of the African-American community by providing educational and cultural experiences; promoting intercultural exchange; and encouraging cultural tourism. History: Early in Tulsas history, even b...

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Tulsa, Oklahoma. Population for Tulsa from the last gathering is 393049. You can view Tulsa venues that host many Tulsa OK events every year.

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Tulsa Oklahoma has a latitude of 36.0713 and a longitude of -95.9043. View the full profile

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