Chamber News

SCORE Women’s Leadership Breakfast

The Sand Springs Chamber and SCORE are hosting a Women’s Leadership Breakfast at Crescent Café on Thursday Feb 1st at 8:00am. This is a great opportunity for Women Owned Businesses to come and find out some tricks of the trades from professionals. Please RSVP with the Chamber office at Kristen@sandspringschamber.com or 918-245-3221. The event is…

Leadership Sand Springs 2018

The Sand Springs Chamber is gearing up for Leadership Sand Springs 2018. This is a great opportunity to find out how a community works from the City Government to the various non-profits in town. If you are interested in the class go to Your Chamber and click on Leadership Sand Springs for your application. More…

Festival of Lights Christmas Parade 2017

THE SAND SPRINGS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WISHES TO THANK EVERYONE FOR COMING TO THE PARADE ON FRIDAY NIGHT. It is the community participation that makes it so much fun. HOW EXCITING!! The winners of the Festival of Lights Christmas Parade are: Best Overall Entry: New Life Tabernacle Best Church: Garden Heights Freewill Baptist Church Best…

City of Sand Springs G. O. Bond Propositions VOTE

Tuesday November 14th will be the date for the City of Sand Springs residents to vote for the General Obligations Bond Propositions.  See the link below to receive all 5 propositions. Proposition1: Streets and Roadways Proposition 2: Public Safety Proposition 3: Community Enhancement Proposition 4: Aesthetic Improvements, Sanitary Sewer Vehicle and Tech Updates Proposition 5:…

Festival of Lights Christmas Parade 2017

Festival of Lights Christmas Parade will be Friday Dec 1st 7pm.  Applications are due this Friday Nov 17th at 4pm in the office.  No guarantees applications received after this date will be accepted into the parade. Theme is Winter Nights and Holiday Lights The Salvation Army will be hosting a toy drive in the Stage…

17 Facinating things you may not know about Thanksgiving.

Fascinating facts about Thanksgiving 1.The first Thanksgiving was actually a three-day celebration. Today, Thanksgiving is one day — maybe two if you count Black Friday. But apparently the Pilgrims wanted to party even harder. Governor William Bradford organized the feast, inviting the Plymouth colonists’ Native American allies. But it was only until the Wampanoag Indian…

Sand Springs is exploding with NEW BUSINESS

Great article in Sand Springs Leader from Kirk McCrakin about the business world of Sand Springs.  New businesses, old becoming new and better, exciting things are happening. http://www.tulsaworld.com/communities/sandsprings/sand-springs-is-exploding-with-new-business/article_5dd2e441-7041-5d65-afc9-70ad0ce042e9.html