Archive for 2018

June 2018 Newsletter

A Quality Community Doesn’t Just Happen In our highly competitive world, every business tries to attract and retain customers by offering more or better services than the business down the street.  As consumers, we all appreciate those businesses that really do provide outstanding services or better products.  We might also admit they are becoming harder […]

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May 2018 Newsletter

Memorial Day…A Day to Remember Dating back to 1868, three years after the Civil War ended, the head of the Grand Army of the Republic established Decoration Day.  This was to be a day when the nation decorated the graves, of those who had died in war, with flowers.  Soon, this date began to be […]

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April 2018 Newsletter

“What’s in a Name?” This question dates back to Shakespeare’s writings in the late 1500’s.  In one famous story, Juliet tried to make the point to Romeo, that a name was just given to identify a person, not to declare the person’s nature.  While the point is a valid one, the fact is that names […]

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March 2018 Newsletter

Winter and Spring —- In the Same Week! Sometimes in the same day!  When spring arrives for real it renews our world with color and new life!  Flowers bloom, butterflies and birds return from their winter habitations to fill our neighborhood with wonder and sweet songs.  What an amazing time of year it is!  Wouldn’t […]

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February 2018 Newsletter

Wagoner County Assessor’s Visit Every year representatives from the County Assessor’s Office in Wagoner visit Broken Arrow to register new homeowners and to sign qualified folks up for Homestead Exemptions.  Even though you do not own the land your home is on, a limited homestead exemption could be available. Certain age and income guidelines apply, […]

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