Saturday’s demonstration at Kelly Lane Park was peaceful, and organizers hope it’s the first step to more conversations with city leaders.
Organizers say the demonstration got “too big, too quickly,” as safety became more and more of a concern.
“Secure Your Load” is a national campaign to remind and encourage drivers to make sure whatever they’re hauling is secure in their vehicle.
The crowd gathered at the Farmers Market is a testament to just how badly folks in Creek County just wanted something to do, as the county and state begins to slowly reopen.
Dozens of Jeeps met on Saturday at the GUTS Church parking lot before heading to Arcadia, and everyone wanted to talk to 17-year-old Griffen Rhodes about his restored 1976 Jeep Renegade.
A wreath-laying ceremony to honor our Creek County officers who have died in the line of duty is scheduled for Friday, May 15th at Noon. The service will be live-streamed from the Creek County Law Enforcement Memorial Facebook page.
Sapulpa Main Street also has updates for the Farmers Market and recurring events like Cash Mob and Ladies Night.
As a precaution, some Sapulpa restaurants are taking the initiative to begin offering only drive-thru and carryout.
Oklahoma now stands at 17 cases of Coronavirus, and there have been 247 tested negative.
Here’s an updating list of what’s open, what’s closed and what’s postponed in and around Sapulpa because of the Coronavirus.