Sapulpa Chamber

Leadership Creek County now accepting applications for 2021

March 5, 2021

Leadership Creek County is a county-wide program designed to identify leaders, develop their leadership skills and equip them to assume leadership roles within their local communities.

PHOTOS: Sapulpa’s “Lights On!” ceremony and Tree of Hope lighting

November 25, 2020

Severe weather held off just long enough for folks to enjoy the lighting of the Tree of Hope and everything the Lights On! ceremony had to offer.

The annual Sapulpa Christmas parade has been canceled

November 20, 2020

The cancellation comes just two weeks shy of the annual holiday tradition, which has stood the test of time for nearly a hundred years.

“A Thankful Hometown Hero Christmas” twinkles through town Sapulpa Dec. 5

November 16, 2020

UPDATE: The 2020 Christmas Parade has been canceled.

Get to Know the Sapulpa Area Chamber of Commerce

January 29, 2020

Learn more about how Sapulpa’s Chamber of Commerce helps make Sapulpa a better town to run a business in—among many other things!

“Wonderland of Lights” twinkles through town Sapulpa Dec. 14.

November 30, 2019

This year’s Christmas parade is going to look amazing.

Bart Bartlett wins “Citizen of the Year” at the Annual Chamber Banquet

January 30, 2019

Plus, see photos of this year’s Board Member of the Year and Corporate Partner of the Year.

Leadership Creek County Class Announced

January 15, 2019

“The goal for LCC is to encourage future leadership among citizens of Creek County and educate them on education, government, and humanities,” said coordinator Suzanne Shirey.

The Sapulpa Christmas Parade Float that blew our minds

December 12, 2017

While the floats were as exciting and full of kiddos as usual, there was one float that caused more excitement than any other—a ship.

Senator Leewright Provides Legislative Update at Joint Civic Luncheon

June 15, 2017

Leewright stated this last session was “all about the budget” as he expressed his pleasure in the pieces of legislation passed. The Senator ran seventeen bills in the 56th Legislature, only one was vetoed by Governor Fallin.