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It may be a National Holiday, but we are still working here at Tulsa Daily. Here's the scoop on Going Green for Greenwood, neighbors helping neighbors with storm clean-up, kid eats for summer and our AI Guru is offering a free service!

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American Red Cross Sets Up in Claremore and You Can Help

Red Cross Oklahoma

Red Cross Disaster workers are on the ground helping Oklahomans affected by severe storms and tornadoes and you can help too.

  • Twister Team-Up: Red Cross Oklahoma disaster workers from across Oklahoma are distributing meals, snacks, water and emergency supplies in Claremore and Pryor after tornadoes touched down. They will reach other areas as they become accessible. If you are in need of assistance, please call 1-800-RED CROSS.

  • Doorstep Donations: Red Cross teams are set up at Memorial heights Baptist Church in Claremore. In addition to handing out supplies, they are re-uniting people with their loved ones. Can’t volunteer in person? Leaders say they can always use monetary donations to get supplies.

See more ways to help HERE.


Tulsa Public Schools Summer Cafe Now Open and Kids Eat Free

Tulsa Public Schools

Skip the kitchen clean-up and take the kids to eat breakfast or lunch at Tulsa Public Schools.

  • Meaningful Meals: Tulsa Public Schools is stepping up to ensure no child goes hungry this summer with its Summer Café program. Operating across more than 80 sites in Tulsa, Monday through Friday from May 22 to August 19, it offers nutritious meals to kids 18 or younger.

  • Order Up: The Summer Cafe isn’t just about filling stomachs; its about fostering community and ensuring children have access to essential nutrition even when school is out. There are more than 50 sites serving up meals this summer.

Find a food site near you HERE.

Tulsa Grant Writing Expert Offers Limited Time Free Help With Accessing Grants for Your Business


This is one to jump on! Does your business or organization need funding?There’s a way to find out where the money is and how to access it for free!

  • Meet Wesley: Around Tulsa Daily, we like to call grant writing expert Wesley Stevens the AI Overlord Grant Guru. Let’s face it, grant writing can be tough. If it’s not done just right, you could miss out on money. Stevens plans to offer free weekly advice to us! This week’s topic: how to find mission aligned funding in minutes, not days with grant discovery reports.

  • Make it Simple: AI can now shortlist grants to fund your projects in real time and Tulsa Daily subscribers get to try it out for free. You can find active government & foundational grant opportunities by getting a Quillify Grant Report or find foundations to partner with by getting a Quillify Foundation 990 Report. Get this service for free during this flash sale that starts today and ends on May 31st.

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Go Green For Greenwood Starts Thursday

Go Green for Greenwood

The Greenwood District is going green to honor the memory of the 1921 race massacre.

  • Grateful and Green: From May 30th to June 1st, Downtown Tulsa, Greenwood, and many other areas will be lit up green. Residents are also encouraged to wear green during this time to acknowledge the past and honor the survivors of the race massacre.

  • Honoring the Past: Tony Williams, also known as Mr. Greenwood, is one of the organizers of the event. This is the second year he will be encouraging people to Go Green for Greenwood. He said it's a way for people to acknowledge the past and honor the survivors of the race massacre.

Learn more about participating in going green HERE.


Cooking Classes Announced for Mother Road Market

Tulsa Daily

Hey, parents! Looking for a fun and educational activity for your kids this summer? Mother Road Market’s got you.

  • What’s Cookin’ Good Lookin’: Planet First Catering is offering exciting kids cooking classes in June. It's the perfect opportunity for your little chefs to get hands-on experience in the kitchen while learning about healthy and delicious meals.

  • Cinnamon and Spice: These classes not only teach cooking skills but also emphasize sustainability and planet-friendly practices. From farm-to-table ingredients to eco-conscious cooking methods, your kids will learn to preserve the planet while pleasing their pallet. Make sure to check the age range because the new Master Class is more advanced, for older kiddos.

Read more about the program HERE.

In other news

  • 🌪 Sturdy in the Storm: Claremore City leaders say they and their residents are determined to bounce back after storms.

  • Caring and Clean-up: Silina residents are getting by with the help of their friends and re-building after storms.

  • 💵 It’s a Good Starter Bond: Set to the tune of $78.6M, voters in Muskogee will decide on its first bond in 50 years.

  • 💰 Can We Agree?: After 8 days of budget study, State leaders have reached an agreement.

  • 👨‍🏫 Calculate This: Governor Stitt wants Oklahoma students to have an extra year of math and other new requirements. 

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