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FREE Regional Workshop Schedule Announced



These recycling workshops will take place in 5 communities around the state: Guymon, Clinton, Tulsa, Wilburton and Norman. The venues for each event are as follows:
 
Date Location Venue
September 12th Guymon Hunny's BBQ
September 13th Clinton Frisco Conference Center, Sewell Room
September 18th Tulsa TBD
September 19th Wilburton Eastern Oklahoma State College, Presidents Room
September 20th Norman Norman Public Library, Lowry Room


Participants will leave the workshop with a new understanding of what’s possible for your community to begin implementing recycling.

To register for one of these FREE workshops or for more information, click here. Once you register on Keep Oklahoma Beautiful’s website you will receive an email with details specific to your workshop location, including a map to the event.

If you have any questions regarding registration or the workshops themselves, call KOB’s office at 405-286-9141, or email Grace at grace@keepoklahomabeautiful.com.

2 comments (Add your own)

1. Pieros wrote:
I was excited about gentitg the Tulsa World on Kindle when it was finally made available. I love being able to click through the stories, and not have to read half a story on the front page, then hunt it down later. I also love not having papers stack up between recycling. But alas, I was truly disappointed in the Kindle Version. It breaks up the Paper into the Big Sections, i.e. News, Buisness, Opinion, Scene, etc. That doesn't sound bad, but they lump every news story into news. That ends up givinig the news section 45-60 stories in one section. And those 45-60 stories are not organized whatsoever. The local, state, national, and international news stories are just thrown into a folder called News, and you have to sift through every story to find the ones you want to read. Its a mess. They also leave out a lot of the good parts of the paper, such as their community calendar, pictures, and other non-kindle friendly items like cross-words and etc. And my last complaint about the paper is the typos. There were several typos, and missing article titles, and not to mention last few paragraphs of articles. All in all, it is just not a good paper for Kindle. I have switched back to the print version.

07/20/2012 @ 5:40 PM

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07/23/2012 @ 8:57 AM

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