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Hi everyone! Hoping all of you are ok entering this new year, and school year for some of you. Super grateful for Immy Labs stepping up when the lab in the Crest parking lot became overwhelmed and ran out of Covid testing supplies. Whatever you do, make absolutely sure you tell your kids teachers thank you for their extraordinary efforts in these unprecedented times of illness. I am in final production of the January issue, to which will only be limited in its distribution due to many of our distribution points, again, becoming hard to access due to increasing precautionary measures caused by the increase in covid cases and the cases making so many ill.

Saturday and Sunday, be sure to consider attending Arcadia Lake’s annual Eagle Watch taking place this weekend, Saturday, Jan. 8th through Sunday, Jan. 9th, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost is $3.00 per vehicle.

Begin at the Arcadia Lake Park Office (9000 E. 2nd St.) to receive information about where the Eagles can be found. The park office will also have a raptor wingspan display, educational videos, and other great Eagle information! Don’t forget to dress in layers and bring your binoculars!
On Tuesday January 11th, whether in person or virtually by zoom, be sure to sit in on the Edmond Chamber of Commerce’s latest speaker in the organizations Diversity and Inclusion Series! 
Diversity & Inclusion Series
Topic:  What is Diversity & Inclusion?  Why is it important?  How does it affect me and my business?  Where do I start?
Speaker:  Cordney McClain, MBA – Director of Diversity & Inclusion, Price College of Business, The University of Oklahoma


Tuesday, January 11, 2022 8:15 AM thru 09:30 AM

Edmond Chamber – large conference room and virtual via zoom

RSVP Required; Cost: Free

Register here

That’s it for now, hoping all of you stay healthy or have a quick recovery with whatever is ailing you, enjoy and relax this weekend, and be sure to stop by next Tuesday for another look at what’s happening Around Edmond!