Around Edmond: Heard on Hurd is back Saturday! Edmond Chamber News. City Buzz. Shop Edmond this weekend!
What a fun weekend ahead!
Saturday, Heard on Hurd returns for its May event! If you are new to the area, the event is family and dog friendly, and happens in Downtown Edmond from 6-10 pm.
There will be food trucks, shopping and of course, bands kick off the great vibe at 6:00 with the Old Bulldog Band, then at 7:40 Dr. Pants, and then the headliner at 9 will be Lincka!
Our new issue will be out at the end of next week, and I’m really excited to say its the 75th issue of Edmond! This issue deserved to honor our teachers persistence to bring better quality to our State’s classrooms through education funding. I’ve never been more inspired by a group in my life.
Click the cover to check out the digital edition or here before the print edition is distributed, and read about what is happening that may jeopardize the teacher pay raises. Also, read about the Walkout from the perspective from two Edmond educators.
Edmond Chamber News
Cowboy Chicken Opens at 2nd just east of Bryant in Bryant Square!
Cowboy Chicken held a ribbon cutting with the Edmond Chamber on May 8th to celebrate their grand opening at their new location 410 S Bryant Ave.
This is the second location in the Oklahoma City area. Cowboy Chicken challenges the status quo by never compromising on the quality of their ingredients. Their chicken is all natural and has no added hormones or steroids. The meals are hand crafted daily from only the freshest ingredients. They call this honest food, and it’s what keeps friends and family coming back for more.
For more information please visit their website at www.cowboychicken.com or visit them on Facebook.
Congrats to the most recent graduates of Leadership Edmond’s Class XXXIII
EDMOND, OK – Leadership Edmond Class XXXIII held graduation for 31 participants on April 26, 2018 at the CHK|Central Boathouse with keynote speaker, Dr. Roger Webb, UCO President Emeritus. The program is presented by Innovative Healthcare. James Boggs of First Fidelity Bank was voted by his class to speak at the ceremony as well. Leadership Edmond is a leadership development program designed to provide community leaders with a deeper understanding of the critical issues affecting the Edmond area. Participants receive in-depth exposure to those issues through lectures, discussion groups, on-site visits, simulations and other leadership development activities. Participants also get a chance to meet key community leaders. The Leadership Edmond Program would not be possible without session sponsors: Francis Tuttle Technology Center, FSB Architects and Engineers, MIDCON and OneSource Managed Services. Are you interested in applying for the next Leadership Edmond class? Applications for class XXXIV are available at edmondchamber.com and are due by July 18, 2018.
Class XXXIII graduates are:
Matt Allen, MIDCON
Savannah Barrington, Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce
Jason Blubaugh, FSB Architects and Engineers
James Boggs, First Fidelity Bank
Carissa Brackelsberg, Agape Chiropractic
David Curran, Sandler Training
Cindy Dimit, Teal Creek Assisted Living
Sammy Flores, Crawford Family Funeral & Cremation Services
Nate Geist, Edward Jones
Cindy Guthrie, University of Central Oklahoma
Andrew Haralson, Citizens Bank of Edmond
Bryan Heathcock, Edmond YMCA
Micah James, First Christian Church
Steve Johnson, MidFirst Bank
Erin Johnson, Oklahoma Sports & Orthopedics Institute
Lauren Laird, Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce
Mike Liskey, University of Central Oklahoma
Lori Love, Edmond YMCA
Sean Nathan, Opulence PR, LLC
Natalie Parker, Citizens Bank of Edmond
Laura Lea Payne, Align Wealth Management
Karen Pierce, Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Brittany Platt, University of Central Oklahoma
Christy Prather Skinner, Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Stuart Sullivan, Arvest Bank
Melie Vincent, Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority
Robin Waters, Petra Industries, LLC
Paula Whitlow, OU Medical Center Edmond
Amy Wilson, Arvest Bank
Mallory Wilson, Edmond Economic Development Authority
JD Younger, Edmond Police Department
So, since the weather went from one week of Spring to Summer, some have asked when the Splash Pad on Kelly will open. It officially opens on Saturday May 26, 2018! Hang in there for those trying to keep cool!
Get out this weekend and enjoy the all new playground at Hafer Park!
Shop Edmond this weekend!
While you are out and about, be sure to support our local businesses!
You can check out what’s new with EmoryAnne Interiors, Paper Arts, Edmond Wine Shop, Arcadian Getaways, Millie’s Table, Two Doors Down and Serendipity Market along with posts from local restaurants and pubs at our Instagram account at @Edmondactive, which is updated daily.
Have an awesome evening! Be sure to check in Monday for another Around Edmond!