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Five Major Community Renewal Events In October Here, plus The Halloween Party; We Need You As Partner, Planner,Participant

Come Fight Poverty

In The Far North Tulsa and Turley Area

Featuring Five Free Oct. Community Events

1. Tues. Oct. 2. "The Line"
Watch “The Line”, the most important film you’ll see this year. Free dinner 6:30 pm. Film at 7 Livestreaming Chat from Washington, D.C. with Sojourners Magazine 8 pm. At The Welcome Table Community Center, 5920 N. Owasso Ave. Come be inspired, come learn, come share how we can be "Partners Against Poverty.

2. Wednesday, Oct. 3, 5:30 to 7:30 pm "OU-Turley" Class
Come to our community center to greet graduate students who are working with us in our area this semester to imagine what might be, to address issues we face, to talk about those things so many others wish to avoid, to brainstorm and connect. Bring a dish to share, but just come and welcome.

3. Thursday, Oct. 4, 3:30 pm "Grow Turley Area"
Meet at the new Tulsa Health Department North Regional Wellness Center, 56th and N. Cincinnati, as we tour the facility, as we get updates on efforts to incorporate a City of Turley, about next steps on the Turley Disaster Response Network, about hopes and possibilities for Cherokee School, about abandoned and neglected and hazardous properties, and more.

4. Thurs. Oct. 11, 5:30 to 8 pm Fourth Annual Free “Taste of North Tulsa” with Meal Catered by Several Local Restaurants and Chefs, plus Community Fair and Health Event, McLain High School, 4949 N. Peoria Ave. One of our big community events of the year. We are one of the sponsors for this, and if you can help by volunteering at our table or helping with the event, please let me know.

5. Sat. Oct. 13, 9 am to 4 pm, “Far North Tulsa and Turley Community Renewal Conference. Come for any or all of this Major Event which we hope our residents and particularly all our partners and possible leaders will participate in so that all can learn the history and contemporary issues and cultural factors of our region. Tour, Free Lunch and Q&A on History and Current Issues, Presentations by business leader and activist and community leader Terry McGee and by Ann Patton, author of “Dan’s War on Poverty” about the northside Neighbor for Neighbor beginning and the late Father Dan Allen. Followed by Small Group Action Discussions. At The Welcome Table Community Center, 5920 N. Owasso Ave. RSVP that you and/or a representative from your group will be attending, but come regardless.

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