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Quapaw and Arkansas Tornado Red Cross Donation Drive

UPDATE:  On Behalf of The American Red Cross, thank you for your donations.

KRMG-FM, KRAV-FM, KJSR-FM and KWEN-FM as well as Fox 23, Cox Media Group and MyTulsa 41 appreciate your call assist The American

Red Cross.  Stay tuned to these stations for the most up to date Severe Weather coverage to keep you and your family safe.


Donations will be taken today to assist The American Red Cross in aiding the victims of the deadly Quapaw, Oklahoma and Arkansas Tornado's on Sunday, April 27th 2014.  KRMG-FM, KRAV-FM, KWEN-FM and KJSR-FM along with Fox 23 News and MYTulsa41 will be collecting donations on behalf of The Red Cross from 4pm-7pm, Monday, April 28th.

Donations will be held by Regent Bank and transferred to The American Red Cross to assist the Quapaw and Arkansas tornado victims and their familes.

Checks can be made out to American Red Cross, Quapaw Disaster Relief, or American Red Cross, Arkansas Disaster Relief (this guarantees that money goes directly to that disaster).

·    Between 4pm – 7pm TODAY (4/28) we will be accepting monetary donations ONLY – please no donations of goods at this time·    We have two convenient locations to drop off your donation. 

1.) Cox Radio Tulsa Parking Lot- 7136 S. Yale Ave.  (71st and Yale) 

2.) FOX23’s Lobby at 2625 South Memorial Dr.


Here are three additional ways you can help donate to the Red Cross to support our disaster relief efforts in Oklahoma and Arkansas: Online: Go to to make an on-line donation to support the Red Cross disaster relief efforts. Text: Text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 to the American Red Cross disaster relief, which helps people affected by disasters such as tornadoes, fires and floods. Mail: Mail a donation to: American Red Cross-Eastern Oklahoma Region10151 East 11th StreetTulsa, OK 74128 

Just Plane Fun Fundraiser

Camp Fire Green Country is hosting its 15th Annual JUST PLANE FUN Fundraiser on June 7th. It is an all ages, family fun festival featuring teams of 20 in a tug-of-war with a 100,000 pound plane! Participating sponsors to date include: Arvest Bank, AAON, Bank of Oklahoma, CloseBend Inc., Brown Mackie College, Dennis M. Jones Insurance, Magellan Midstream Partners, Mullin Plumbing, National Association of Women in Construction, NORDAM, WPX Energy, and Williams.

Outnumber Hunger with K95.5

K95.5 is proud to partner with General Mills, Feeding America and Big Machine Label Group for the 2014 Outnumber Hunger campaign to help feed families in need right here in our community, and we need YOUR help!


Here's how you can help Outnumber Hunger:

  • Purchase specially marked General Mills products.
  • Enter codes from these packages HERE, using custom code K955.
  • Each code you enter will help Feeding America® secure 5 MEALS for your local food bank.


It’s that easy!

I Have A Light II: A Tribute To Nirvana

I Have A Light II: A Tribute To Nirvana

Wednesday, April 2nd at The Hunt Club

With For The Wolf, Benny's Little Weasel, Cody Slane & Friends

Doors @ 8pm Show @ 9pm

Sponsored by: Mocha Butterfly (Visit Mocha Butterfly on Facebook HERE) & Blue Energy Fuels


Tickets $5

Enjoy a night of Nirvana's epic catalogue interpreted by For The Wolf, Benny's Little Weasel and Cody Slane & Friends to benefit A New Leaf, Inc.

About For The Wolf:  For the Wolf is an American dark punk-rock band from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Kristy Emory (vocals) and husband Coby Emory (guitar) proved that blood is thicker than water when the band formed in 2010, alongside Noah Emory (drums, twin brother to Coby), Jeremy Mullis (guitar, brother to Kristy) and Rockey Jackson (bass, lifelong family friend) Bonding over a love of Return of the Living Dead and Night of the Demons and bands like Black Sabbath and Deftones, For the Wolf has been electrifying fans ever since.

For the Wolf's first EP, Floating Through The Veins And The Power Of The Wolf, was released in 2011, followed by the full-length album Hi, Tapes! In 2012. The band provide the theme song for a local radio morning show and recorded the ominous anthem, Aethyr, for the Nowata Asylum Haunted House in 2012. Having opened for bands like Powerman 5000 and Harley Poe, For the Wolf create alternative punk, with teeth.

Get the new album by For the Wolf, Turn on the Dark, from Horrorhounds Records in NOW HERE. Visit for more information or talk to the band directly through Facebook HERE.

About Benny's Little Weasel

"Heavy metal put through a filter and mixed with pop and punk. Serve chilled."

Genre-defying, innovative modern rock. Red Dirt this ain't.

Benny's Little Weasel is primarily a band of one, with some much-loved live support over the years. Calling Stillwater, OK home during his college years, frontman, songwriter and founder Jason "call me Soul" Woodland arose from the thick muck of local bands to regional success and an indie label record deal. Known for his work from on and behind the stage as well as in the studio, he and various live incarnations of BLW have been written into the lore of the local haunts.

Jason has worked with local artists The Bogarts, Uninvited Guest, Smirk, and Effin Lizzy, as well as regionally acclaimed artist Jenny Labow and Caroline's Spine, and the now international superstars, The All-American Rejects. Not content with being the behind-the-scenes guy and occasional local performer, Jason has taken a break from actively working with other artists on stage and in studio to pursue a full length BLW album , and a new live band to promote it. He is pulling out all of the stops on this leg of the journey.

Currently nestled in the Tulsa, OK scene, Jason and his long time friend and uber-talented percussionist Nikki Sherwood and master of "thump n grind", bassist Blake Horton, and guitarist CJ McClellan are on a mission to breathe life in the Tulsa scene.  Winners of the 2013 Scissortail Battle of the Bands, this will be band to watch out for in 2014!  See them on the ONEOK Outdoor Stage before Kings of Leon at the BOK Center on April, 8th! Click HERE for show dates and the latest info!

About Cody Slane & Friends:

Over the past thirteen years, Cody Slane has been performing live and recording in the Oklahoma area. Original music and a handful of cover songs is how the live shows began, but eventually worked its way up to a new sound with self inspired lyrics and strong hooks.  Cody has always cited Nirvana as major influence and one of his favorite bands.  Cody is pleased to assemble these fine musicians to pay tribute for a second year in a row at The Hunt Club and is especially proud that the show will benefit A New Leaf, Inc.

Cody is now the lead singer of Blackwater Rebellion, and you can catch them this year at ROCKLAHOMA 2014.

For I Have A Light II: A Tribute to Nirvana, Cody is teaming up with friends Wane Reed (Sever The Feeling/Social Genocide) and Roderick Christopher of the band Had Enough as well as Tahlequah Singer/Songwriter Jimmy Wilson.

All Admission Proceeds will benefit A New Leaf, Inc.:

Vocationally, A New Leaf exists to provide a place for adults with developmental disabilities to learn work skills, have a safe work environment, to develop their own peer group and be a productive member of the working society.

Steel Challenge Shooting Match

Steel Challenge Shooting Match to benefit The Davis Museum in Claremore

WHEN: Sunday, May 4 • Registration 9 am • Competition 10 am

WHERE: United States Shooting Academy6500 E. 66th St. N., Owasso, OK • 918-948-7856(North of Tulsa on Hwy 75, exit 66th Street North)

• 6 Stages: Rim Fire Pistol Iron Sight, Rim Fire Open Class, Rim Fire Rifle,Center Fire Pistol Iron Sight, Center Fire Open Class, Center Fire Rifl e

• Competitors must bring center fire, pistol, rim fire pistol and/orrim fire rifle with minimum 150 rounds of ammunition for each gun

• $35 single entry – $15 additional divisions

• Entry fee includes lunch

• Plaques to each category champion and prizes in order of finish for all divisions

See for match rules.

Register at the USSA in Owasso, the Davis Museum or online at Register early and your name will be in a drawing for great prizes!  Matchday entries welcome.Concessions on Site • Auction Items • Great Giveaways • Free Parking50/50 Drawing • Raffle Tickets Available for Great Prizes!

Even if you are not a competitive shooter come and join the fun and bid on arms and related products to benefit the J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum.

For more information call 918-341-5707 or go to


American Heart Association Heart Walk

The Heart Walk benefits The American Heart Association and is a non-competitive 5K (3.2 mile) walk for the entire family.

The AHA Heart Walk 2014 will take place April 12, 2014 from 8:00am to 12:00pm at ONEOK FIELD. Celebrate those who have made

lifestyle changes and encourage many more to take the pledge to live healthier lifestyles while raising the dollars needed to fund

life-saving research and initiatives.  Visit the website HERE.

More Info:•Dogs are welcomed on a leash (be sure to visit the Pet Zone!)

•Strollers and wagons welcomed for the kiddos.

•Runners welcomed at the front of the line.

•Kid-friendly activities will include Sportacus, inflatables, teaching garden, face paint, and so much more!

•Parking at OSU Tulsa Campus and Greenwood Culture Center. Shuttle service will be provided from OSU Tulsa Campus to the ONEOK Stadium.

Free: No Fees

Walkers are eligible for a Heart Walk t-shirt once they have raised a minimum of $100Presented by DCP Midstream and D&L Oil Tools

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS8:00am - Festivities Begin!8:30am - Opening Ceremonies on field9:00am - Tulsa HeartWalk Begins(start line Brady & Detroit - line up Brady & Elgin)10:30am - Closing Ceremonies10:30am to noon - Live EntertainmentNoon - Sponsor Booths Close and 2014 Tulsa HeartWalk Concludes    To Register click HERE.    

Light It Up Blue- TULSA (Brady District)

April 2, Autism Speaks celebrates Light It Up Blue along with the international autism community, in commemoration of the United Nations-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day.

In Tulsa, Cox Media Group-Tulsa along with The Hunt Club, Mocha Butterfly, Blue Energy Fuels, Guthrie Green and other Brady District Arts merchants have teamed up to LIGHT IT UP BLUE-TULSA!  Join us in The Brady Arts District of downtown Tulsa to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day Wednesday, April 2nd! 

Tulsa Event Schedule:

5:00 pm:  Light it Up Blue Gathering- Wear Blue and meet on the South Side of Guthrie Green with your friends and family

5:30pm:  Balloon Release from Guthrie Green

(Enjoy the Brady Arts District Restaurants, Shops and Sights!)

8:00pm: Guthrie Green and other Brady District Merchants Turn on their Blue Lights/Doors open for "I Have A Light II: A Tribute To Nirvana" at The Hunt Club (Benefit for A New Leaf, Inc.)

9:00pm:  I Have A Light II: A Tribute To Nirvana at The Hunt Club ($5 admission to benefit A New Leaf/All Ages)

About Light It Up Blue

Light It Up Blue is a unique global initiative that kicks-off Autism Awareness Month and helps raise awareness about autism. In honor of this historic day, many iconic landmarks, hotels, sporting venues, concert halls, museums, bridges and retail stores are among the hundreds of thousands of homes and communities that take part to Light It Up Blue.

Register and get help with lighting and event ideas HERE.

Donate online to Autism Speaks HERE or make a TEXT donation by texting AUTISM to 25383 to give $10. A one-time donation of $10.00 will be added to your mobile phone bill or deducted from your prepaid balance. Donor must be age 18+ and all donations must be authorized by the account holder (e.g. parents). By texting YES, the user agrees to the terms and conditions. All charges are billed by and payable to your mobile service provider. Service is available on most carriers. Donations are collected for the benefit of Autism Speaks by the Mobile Giving Foundation and subject to the terms found at Message & Data Rates May Apply. You can unsubscribe at any time by texting STOP to short code 25383; text HELP to 25383 for help.

A New Leaf Garden Fest

Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 26th, 2014 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm for the 15th Annual Garden Fest held by the clients of A New Leaf!

Spring has sprung and gardeners will get a head start on the growing season at A New Leaf located at 2306 S. 1st Place (next to the Broken Arrow Police Department) where their six greenhouses are bursting at the seams with beautiful spring annuals, hanging baskets, vegetables, herbs, and other gorgeous plants available for immediate sale. This is truly a one stop shopping opportunity for you to purchase your spring planting needs and help a wonderful cause in the process. A New Leaf, a Tulsa Area United Way agency, provides individuals with developmental disabilities with life skills, marketable job training through horticultural therapy, community-based vocational placement, and residential services to increase independence and individuals choices. All of the beautiful plants featured at Garden Fest 2014 have been nurtured and cultivated with love by individuals with developmental disabilities.Garden Fest 2014 will feature vendor booths showcasing the latest garden tools and supplies. The community will enjoy this free event. All proceeds from Garden Fest directly support individuals with developmental disabilities living and working in our community!A New Leaf, Inc. provides individuals with developmental disabilities with life skills, marketable job training through horticultural therapy, community-based vocational placement, and residential services to increase independence and individuals choices. Founded in 1979, A New Leaf, Inc. provides programming in a greenhouse environment serving as a vocational training center for adults with developmental disabilities. A New Leaf, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit facility funded by state contracts with Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Services Division, sales to the public, Tulsa Area United Way and private contributions. A New Leaf is located at 2306 S. 1st Place Broken Arrow, OK 74012. To set up interviews with individuals with developmental disabilities receiving services from A New Leaf or CEO, Mary Ogle, please contact Jordan Didier via email (, mobile (918.760.5382), or office (918.451.1491). 

Natureworks Art Show

Nature Works 32nd Annual Art Show and SaleSaturday, March 1st and Sunday, March 2ndRenaissance Hotel and Conference Center (71st and Highway 169) Tulsa, Ok.This is one of the premier wildlife art shows in North America with over 50 nationally renowned painters, sculptors and carvers.More than 1,000 pieces of amazing nature and western art.Proceeds benefiting regional wildlife conservation projects.Hours, Saturday 9am-5pm;   Sunday 11am to 5pm.Visit for a complete list of artists.

Glenpool Spring Market

Glenpool Spring MarketTo benefit: Good Samaritan Health ServicesSat, March 29th, 10am – 4pmGlenpool Conference Center12205 S Yukon Ave; Glenpool OK 74033. Exit Hwy 75 at 121st St (SH117), go West about ½ mile and turn South onto S Yukon.The 4th Annual Glenpool Spring Market, sponsored by King of Kings Lutheran Church, will feature artisans of hand-crafted items and independent home-based businesses from all over Tulsa and the surrounding areas. Visitors to the Spring Market will enjoy shopping for handmade craft  items, candles, gifts, jewelry, home-baked goods, and much more. A suggested door donation of $1.00 will benefit Good Samaritan Health Services (GSHS) in Glenpool. This is a charitable nonprofit organization that provides free medical care for the uninsured through the use of two medical units.  Patients receive a doctor’s consultation, lab work, medicines, education, specialty care (if needed), and follow-up care for free.  GSHS partners with churches which provide caring volunteers and their ministries of compassion for patients.  The Spring Market will be held at the Glenpool Conference Center on March 29, 2014 from 10 am to 4 pm. All net proceeds, supplemented by Thrivent Financial, will be used to support local, national, and international missions.For further information call 918.291.2005 or log on to King of Kings at: www.kingofkingsok.orgEmail:

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