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  • 2017 Lexington 89's Day Celebration

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    Name: 2017 Lexington 89's Day Celebration
    Date: April 22, 2017
    Event Description:
    Join us as we celebrate the Oklahoma Land Run of 1889! Bring your family and friends to historic downtown Lexington for carnival rides, food trucks, our antique car show and a variety of arts and crafts vendors from around the state. The annual parade will kick off at 2 pm.
    Location:
    Historic Downtown Lexington     
    Date/Time Information:
    April 22nd from 9AM to 4PM

    Carnival Rides Thursday - Sunday April 20th - 23rd 
    Contact Information:
    Mandy Davis
    Fees/Admission:
    Vendors-
    Craft Vendors -10x10 Space- $35 for nonmembers $25 for members
    Food Vendors- $100 nonmembers $75 for members
    Carnival Ride Tickets-  Will be available starting April 10th (locations will be announced on our Facebook Page)  
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  • Executive Director
     
    I am very excited to serve as the new Executive Director of our Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce. I have been part of the Purcell community for the last eighteen months but my Oklahoma roots run far deeper. I was born in Oklahoma City, spent my early years as a Lindsay Leopard, and graduated from Yukon High School. It feels wonderful to be back home with my husband Blake, who serves as the Minister to Families and Students at First Baptist Church Purcell. We have and two children, Elaina (12) and Elijah (6) who both attend Purcell schools.
    My experience includes over 5 years working with both the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development in Gainesville, Texas. I look forward with great anticipation to the future of all 5 communities the Chamber represents. This area is rich in resources, culture, and most of all people who value hard work, faith, family and community.   
     
    My first goal is to build relationships with those that make the 'HEART' of our area beat. I will be contacting many of you soon to set a time for us to meet. During these meetings I plan to listen and hear your heart for your business, your families, and our community.  Can't wait to see what role the Chamber will play in making our dreams come true. My door is always open and if you would like come by and dream with me, I have a chair with your name on it. 
    With Anticipation,
    Mandy Davis