Choctaw Kiwanis Club asks you to support our community by eating good pancakes and participating in a silent auction on Saturday, Feb. 24, from 7-11 AM at Choctaw High School cafeteria, 14300 N.E. 10th.
Join us today as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a Baptist minister and civil rights activist and leader. Did you know that King first visited Calvary Baptist Church (located at 2nd and Walnut Streets in OKC) in 1953 in view of a call to be their pastor? King just finished Crozer Theological Seminary …
Everyone loves goody bags and door prizes. Let them love the freebies even more with your business name and/or logo on them! Our golf tournament is everyone’s favorite golf event of the year and we want you to be a part of all the fun. Bring your donations to the chamber office or call us for pick up. Deadline to …
We are hosting a community wide blood drive on Tuesday, June 27 from 10 AM to 2 PM at 2437 Main Street in Choctaw. To schedule an appointment visit www.obi.org or call the Chamber office at 405.390.3303.
A special thanks to our Sponsors for our 2017 Auction.
Nicoma Park Intermediate School is looking for volunteers to help with testing. If you can volunteer half a day, one day or every day during April 4-13, 2017, then please contact Natalie Huskerson, NPI School Counselor by email: email@example.com or by phone: 769-4693.
If you are interested in participating as Choctaw Round-Up Club’s Rodeo Queen, Princess or Jr. Princess, please contact Sherry Lieberz, Royalty Coordinator, at 405-401-7215 or on FB messenger.
Annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 18 at Choctaw High School Cafeteria from 7 AM to 11 AM.
The Choctaw Chamber of Commerce began in 1977 when Evelyn Parker, L.G. Johnston, Don Page and Ray Rogers decided Choctaw needed a chamber. This group attended a conference at the University of Oklahoma that gave them the guidelines and procedures for organizing a chamber properly. After months of planning and with great input from local business owners, the Chamber held …
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