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Archive for: March, 2013

HERMAN MEINDERS TO SERVE AS KEYNOTE SPEAKER FOR THE JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT BUSINESS SUCCESS SERIES EVENT

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Staff Report Junior Achievement of Oklahoma, Inc., the state’s largest organization dedicated to teaching young people skills to achieve economic success, is privileged to have local entrepreneur Herman Meinders to serve as the keynote speaker on April 17th during the Oklahoma City region’s inaugural Business Success Series event. “Herman Meinders embodies the spirit of entrepreneurism […]

At the state Capitol, a fan club for Milwaukee County (Wisc.) Sheriff David Clarke?

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By Patrick B. McGuigan Associate Publisher OKLAHOMA CITY – Milwaukee (WI) County Sheriff David Clarke now has a fan club at the Oklahoma state Capitol – figuratively, if not literally. Videographer James O’Keefe’s “You Tube” video released last week chronicles hidden camera visits to several urban police departments, where he was told law-abiding citizens are […]

Pembroke is Grand Marshal as St. Patrick’s Day Parade highlights weekend to honor Ireland’s “Enlightener”

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by Patrick B. McGuigan Associate Editor Oklahoma City’s 31st annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, one of the most popular annual festive marches through the heart of our town, highlights the upcoming holiday weekend. Peter Pembroke will serve as Grand Marshal for the 2013 parade, slated for Saturday, March 16. The traditional route for the parade […]

Jesus House Celebrates 40 Years of Giving to the Central OK Community

Martha Krivanek and Judy Roof show off their smiles during the Jesus House 40th anniversary celebration. Photos provided.

Staff Report For David Wilson, going to the Jesus House wasn’t a choice – it was the path he had to take. There were no other options. Wilson had gone from being happily married, a father, and thriving near the top of his field in drafting and architecture at a metro area university to being […]

Oklahoma City University’s Spring Show Celebrates Broadway, St. Patrick and Ralph Ellison

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Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY — The American Spirit Dance Company, founded and directed by Professor Jo Rowan, will bring rapid-fire tap, jazz and musical theatre dance back to the Kirkpatrick Auditorium stage at Oklahoma City University March 14, 15 and 16. The acclaimed company of dancers from Oklahoma City University’s Ann Lacy School of American […]

Brightmusic to mark 10th anniversary with renowned guest artist Miles Hoffman

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    Staff Report Oklahoma City’s own Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble will present two performances of the fourth concert of its 10th anniversary season, “Bright Tales,”  scheduled March 18-19, said David Johnson. Guest artist for the concert will be violist Miles Hoffman, renowned Artistic Director of the American Chamber Players; Associate Professor of Viola at Converse […]

OK County Democrats honor Dreamers and supporters at annual fundraiser

Jorden Richard performed an impromptu rendition of the ”Dreamers” during the OK County Democratic Party Medallion Dinner. Carlos Ortiz, Chief Editor of El Nacional Media and Mundo Fox Oklahoma, received the Lecia Swain-Ross journalism award. Photo by Darla Shelden.

By Darla Shelden Contributing Writer The Oklahoma County Democratic Party (OKCDP) recently hosted their annual Medallion Dinner, this year themed “Dreamers… No Longer Just a Dream.” The event recognizes those who have helped the County Party during the past year. Held at the Imperial Ballroom in Oklahoma City, the event included a cocktail reception, live […]

AT&T, General Motors to introduce wireless connectivity in select, 2014 GM cars

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Special to The City Sentinel AT&T and GM are planning a new generation of wirelessly connected safety, security, diagnostic and infotainment services for GM vehicles introduced in North America starting in 2014, officials said. The multi-year agreement calls for AT&T to enable millions of General Motors cars, trucks and crossovers with 4G LTE mobile Internet […]

A night for patriots: Knights honor past archbishop, family advocate and military hero

Major Ed Pulido, U.S. Army (ret.) related his stirring life story as keynote speaker for the anniversary dinner of the Chief Justice Kane Assembly, Knights of Columbus, Fourth Degree. 
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by Patrick B. McGuigan Associate Publisher Archbishop Emeritus Eusebius J. Beltran and Carol Herrick were honored at the anniversary awards dinner of the Chief Justice Kane Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus. With worldwide attention focused on a papal vacancy, it seemed appropriate that this year’s dinner fell on what is designated the Feast of […]

100-Voice Chorus from Oklahoma City University to Present Free Lenten Concert March 10 at St. Eugene’s Catholic Church

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staff report Singers from Oklahoma City University will present the classic work “Stabat Mater” on Sunday during a choral concert for the Lenten season in the new sanctuary of St. Eugene’s Catholic Church, 2400 W. Hefner Road. Admission to the 3 p.m. March 10 concert is free and open to the public. “The beautiful space, […]

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