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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: Susan G. Komen Tulsa

In its 18th year, the Susan G. Komen Tulsa Race for the Cure® remains a prominent race in support of ending breast cancer. This year’s Race for the Cure will be held Sept. 27 at ONEOK Field in downtown Tulsa and is open to runners of all ages and levels.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: YWCA Tulsa

In 2014, the YWCA celebrates 100 years of working toward a more empowered and inclusive Tulsa. Though the political and social climate of 1914 looked quite different from the context of today, tackling the challenges and problems of today’s society has consistently required a strong commitment to meeting the needs of women and their families.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: Philbrook Museum

Philbrook Museum of Art is celebrating its 75th year since the historic home was gifted by the Waite Phillips family. During that time, the facility has become one of the preeminent art museums in the nation. Highlights of Philbrook’s permanent collection include Renaissance and Baroque paintings from the Kress Foundation, one of the greatest surveys of Native American art anywhere, and modern and contemporary collections.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: Child Abuse Network

The Child Abuse Network (CAN) is celebrating 25 years of giving hope to more than 31,000 children in the Tulsa community.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: Metropolitan Tulsa Urban League

The Metropolitan Tulsa Urban League (MTUL) celebrates its 60th year in 2014. It is an affiliate of the National Urban League, providing direct services to people in the Tulsa community through programs, advocacy and research. The organization focuses on four core areas: education and youth, economic development, health and quality of life, and civic engagement.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: Salvation Army

The Salvation Army kicked off its six-week kettle campaign Nov. 21. The campaign will work to raise $675,000 to provide food, clothing and other supplies for those in need in the community.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: GH2 Architects

GH2 Architects, a Tulsa-based architecture and design firm, is celebrating 40 years. Besides architectural planning, the company has experience in sustainable planning and interior design. It specializes in hospitality, equine and historic preservation architecture. The company kicked off its anniversary celebrations by contributing to 40 employee-selected nonprofit organizations.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: TSF’s Corndog Classic

On Sept. 21, the Tulsa State Fair and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Team in Training Tulsa Chapter will present the third-\annual Corndog Classic 5K and Fun Run at the Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st St.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: Circle Cinema

Circle Cinema, 10 S. Lewis, Tulsa’s nonprofit cinema and only remaining historic movie house, celebrated its 85th birthday on July 15. After renovations, the theatre now features three auditoriums, four movie screens, an expanded lobby and a restored entrance that resembles its appearance in 1952.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma

More than 4,600 children under the age of 18 have a mother who is currently incarcerated in Oklahoma. Research shows that children with a parent in prison are more likely to drop out of school, engage in delinquency and be incarcerated themselves.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: PSO for 100 Years

Currently, more than 500,000 Oklahomans receive their electrical energy from 100-year-old company PSO (Public Service Company of Oklahoma). The company was incorporated on May 29, 1913. PSO customers span 230 cities and towns across 30,000 square miles of eastern and southwestern Oklahoma.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: Reasor’s for 50 Years

1963 marked the beginning for Reasor’s, when Larry Reasor opened his first grocery store in Tahlequah. 50 years later, the company is going strong, with stores throughout Northeastern Oklahoma. The newest Reasor’s opened in Bixby in 2012.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: MS Society Oklahoma

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society: Oklahoma brings together individuals living with and affected by multiple sclerosis.

Society members work continually to provide education, support and outreach to Tulsa residents.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: Gatesway Foundation

The Broken Arrow-based Gatesway Foundation is celebrating 50 years of service to individuals with intellectual disabilities.

When Gatesway first opened its doors in 1963, about the only option a family had was to place a loved one in a nursing home, says CEO Judi Myers. “There was simply no place for people with developmental disabilities in our society,” she says.

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KUDOS OF THE MONTH: Autism Center of Tulsa

The Autism Center of Tulsa is a not-for-profit organization founded in 2005 with the purpose of meeting the needs of individuals and families affected by autism and related neurological disorders in order to improve their quality of life.

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