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Monday, May 6 2:30 p.m. in Fleming Center

Botanist and longtime Tallgrass Prairie Preserve docent Dwight Thomas, Ph.D. will present a beautifully illustrated program about the wildflowers of the prairie. It will be great preparation for those going on the May 20 Tallgrass Prairie hike and for anyone interested in flowers and nature. No reservations necessary.

Tuesday, May 14 7:00 p.m. in Fleming Center

"Let's do it! Let's make someone happy, night and day as the sun rises and sets, even though I've got you under my skin because you're someone to watch over me and you're just a little violet that's unforgettable. It's nice work if you can get it!" If you can catch even some of the musical allusions in that quotation then you'll love this concert!

Douglas Newell is the Music and Executive Director of the Enid Symphony and Music Director of the Opera Theater at the University of Central Oklahoma. Prior to those positions, his credits included serving as Music Director of the Boston Summer Opera Theatre, Baylor University Opera Theater and Symphony Orchestra, and guest conducting throughout the country. Lawana Newell has performed with orchestras and in opera and musical theatre productions around the country and serves on the music faculty of Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva. No reservations necessary.

Monday, May 20 2:00 p.m. in Holliman Living Center

Gathering Room Dwight Thomas (See May 6 Wildflowers of the Prairie program.) will lead those of us who are not going on the hike on a virtual tour of the beautiful Tallgrass Prairie Nature Preserve in Pawhuska. Dwight has spent many hours at the Preserve, leading tours and taking photos, so we will feel as though we're there. No reservations necessary.

Tuesday, May 21 11:30 a.m. in Fleming Center

In addition to a delicious meal, we are honored to have as our speaker Kathy Taylor, who has long served as a tireless advocate and change agent for Tulsa. Through decades of steadfast public service and personal investments through the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, Kathy is known for her dedication to issues that advance the success of future generations.

She recently served Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum as Chief of Economic Development from 2017-2018, drawing from years of experience as a business executive and corporate attorney. As Tulsa's 38th Mayor, she led the way to create afterschool and mentoring programs; launch the City's first entrepreneur business competition; and revitalize downtown.

Kathy currently serves as a member of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, as Chair of the Leadership Council for ImpactTulsa and Ship Sponsor of the recently commissioned USS Tulsa (LCS 16). She is also a former Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce, Tourism and Workforce Development, and was an advisor to Governor Brad Henry as Chief of Education Strategy and Innovation. Prior to her time in public service she was an owner of National Car Rental and a corporate attorney.

$11 per Member; $13 per Member guest (Guests will not be confirmed until after the reservation deadline to ensure that Members are accommodated.) RSVP by May 12 using the Wellness Reservation Form which was distributed with your May calendar.



Activity and Event Photo Galleries


Trivia Night.
Trivia Night competition was attended by 80 Members of the OMM community.
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Topeca Coffee Cuping. Everyone was fascinated by the experience at the Topeca Coffee Roastery. (Tulsa's Topeca Coffee Company is one of two "seed-to-cup" coffee companies in the U.S.!) It was an education... followed by lunch at the Topeca coffee shop in the Mayo Hotel. See Photos

OMM Members travel to Grand Lake and spend the day on the Cherokee Queen riverboat. See Photos

Crestwood's first anniversary celebration! See Photos
A great time was had by all!

The Annual Ladies luncheon was held May 10, 2013. Noted author and Executive Director of Iron Gate, Connie Cronley was the guest speaker. The event was attended by over 125 Members and their guests. See Photos

The Wellness Center hosted Spring Fling May 17th. Great food and Great games!
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