For the second year in a row, the Sapulpa Chamber held it’s annual banquet in the middle of Historic Route 66. This year, it included some memorable changes to its awards.
Griffin will speak on how to recognize and maximize our internal “productivity zones” in order to “get more done with less stress.
Despite temperatures near 100 degrees, a sold-out Sapulpa Chamber Golf Tournament provided a great day of fun and games, judging by the comments from those involved.
Kayla has returned to the Chamber after eleven years away. She called the move “an opportunity I couldn’t turn down.”
Although not native to Creek County, Janet Birnie’s love of Sapulpa is virtually unrivaled.
Shirey, who has led the Chamber and all its events for the last 13 years, says she’ll miss “the relationships” the most.
Despite the sweltering heat, more than 350 Chamber members turned out for this unique outdoor event.
Read the speech given about the couple that moved to Sapulpa in 1963 and built one of the leading pipe manufacturers in the world, and how they’ve had an amazing impact on our community.
“The Way I Heard It” will be narrated by Mike Rowe of “Dirty Jobs” fame.
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.