Christianna Lincoln Wright, Attorney at Law, PLLC

Family Law Attorney in Delaware County, Oklahoma

Grove Rotary Club

Grove Rotary announces a Quick Response Grant program for area nonprofits

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a profound impact on many of Grand Lake’s area nonprofits. At a time when requests for services are expanding, the economic downturn means many regular donors are not in a position to support them.

In response to this need, the Grove Rotary Club is announcing a COVID -19 Quick Response Grant program. According to the chairman of the Rotary Contributions Committee, Kristi Wallace, the grants will be available to local non-profit organizations that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. "Our primary focus will be supporting those organizations that are providing key social services to the community such as food and shelter.

“We will be taking grant applications until June 5. But our goal is to evaluate each request as it comes in. We assume there may be some immediate needs and we will be evaluating every application as it is submitted,” Wallace said.

The annual Rotary Grant Program does not evaluate requests until all applications are submitted and awards are made in January.

Grove Rotary President Carol LaRue said, “We don’t know what the needs are, but the Rotary Foundation Board felt many of our nonprofits are struggling and we wanted to attempt to address emergency situations.”

The federal government is considering a pandemic relief bill for nonprofits as well as creating a charitable deduction for taxpayers through 2021 to incentivize giving. However, the Grove Rotary understands that there may be some immediate needs that cannot wait for federal legislation and funding.

Last year the Grove Rotary Club awarded nearly $170,000 in grants and scholarships to local entities.

The Rotary grant application can be found on the club’s website at groverotary.org. #StrongerTogetherGrove

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Imagine a World Without Cancer

Please consider donating to my birthday fundraiser. The link below will take you to the donation page for my fundraiser. I’m participating in the New York City Marathon on 11/1 2020 with Fred’s Team to support cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. I’m trying to raise as much as I can for this important cause, and would appreciate your support. You can make your 100% tax-deductible donation through the link below. Thank you for helping me support cancer research!

mskcc.convio.net I'm raising money for critical cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. With your help, we can make a difference in the lives of cancer patients worldwide. Donate today!

Another social distancing adoption finalized! #foreverfamily

Grove Rotary Club

Grove Rotary launches #StrongerTogetherGrove

Grove Rotary’s annual June fundraising campaign, Lobsterfest, is being impacted by COVID-19. Instead Grove Rotary Club is launching a new program to help meet the needs of local nonprofits and education groups as well as those impacted by COVID-19.

Many people, businesses and non-profit organizations have been struggling during these challenging times. Out of these hard times, however, we’ve seen our community come together stronger than ever to help each other out.

The multifaceted program called #StrongerTogetherGrove is designed to recognize and support our local heroes who are working, donating and serving during this time.

Each year the Grove Rotary Club provides over $130,000 in donations to groups and students throughout the community. In 2019, Rotary gave away over $170,000 total.

#StrongerTogetherGrove will be a community campaign including a web site, Facebook and Instagram postings to provide recognition and honoring those who are working and serving. There will signs throughout the community saluting individual local heroes, special luncheons and gifts to area residents, as well as raising money so that the Rotary Club can provide assistance for local needs.

Rotary President Carol LaRue said, "While we don't know exactly what the exact needs will be, there is no doubt going to be a lot of unmet needs. Many of our local nonprofits that are providing the most assistance during this time, are not able to raise funds for this additional service. We are providing a structure to recognize our local heroes as well as a structure for individuals and businesses to join together and provide a financial resource for those groups."

Signs are already appearing in the community including ones at Integris Hospital, Grove Nursing Center and the YMCA which is providing childcare services.

Please visit our page, Grove Rotary and find us on Instagram at #strongertogethergrove. The web site address is www.groverotary.org

Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

This morning, we remember #WhyWeRun. 25 years ago today, the largest domestic terrorist attack in America occurred in Oklahoma City, leaving 168 who were killed.

Join the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum this morning at 9am for a special 25th Anniversary Remembrance Ceremony. View it on local television stations in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, MemorialMuseum.com, and on Facebook. #WeRemember

Davis & Thompson, PLLC

COVID-19 has shown us that the unexpected can occur at a moment’s notice and turn our lives upside down. We do our best to plan for the unexpected by having insurance, emergency funds, etc. However, it is estimated that only 42% of adults in the U.S. have an estate plan. For those with children under the age of 18 it is estimated only 36 percent have a plan in place.

An estate plan is more than just a Last Will and Testament. While ensuring your affairs are in order in the event of death is absolutely necessary, what would happen to your estate if you had any number of life altering events that did not result in death? Do you have someone you prefer to have guardianship over your children? Who would manage your investment accounts, make sure your bills are paid, or pay for your long-term care? Nobody likes to have these conversations, but a proper estate plan gives you the peace of mind knowing that everything will be taken care of the way YOU WANT IT in the unfortunate event that you are no longer able to do it yourself.

We at Davis and Thompson have over 100 years' combined estate planning experience and are here to help you. Call us at (918) 253-4220 to set up a time to discuss how we can get your estate plan in order and give you the peace of mind you deserve.

INTEGRIS Grove Hospital

Concerned about COVID-19? Need a screening? We can help. Our board-certified nurses are trained to deliver the highest quality experience. COVID-19 screening visits are available 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day, FREE of CHARGE. Visit integrisvirtualvisit.com now.

My first social distancing adoption! Congratulations Rabe family!

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Virtual Home Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Charity Bib

runsignup.com The Virtual Home Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Charity Bib is on Saturday April 25, 2020.

Davis & Thompson, PLLC

FREE POWER OF ATTORNEY FOR FIRST RESPONDERS AND HEALTH CARE WORKERS IN CRAIG, DELAWARE AND OTTAWA COUNTIES! Thank you to everyone in the healthcare industry for all that you do! If you reside in Delaware, Ottawa, or Craig county and work in the healthcare industry, including first responders, please contact us if we can be of service to you!

Melissa Sigler, Certified Adoption Home Study Provider

For FBI fingerprint checks IdentiGO locations still open in the NE OK area include Vinita & Tulsa (Skelly Dr.)

Davis & Thompson, PLLC

Legal services have been added to the list of critical infrastructure businesses that may remain open! We will remain open to the public during these difficult times with safety procedures in place. We are also available to conduct any business by telephone or video conference.

Davis & Thompson, PLLC

There are confirmed cases of Covid 19 in both Delaware and Ottawa counties. We will keep you posted on how this will effect legal services. We are open for business today.

Davis & Thompson, PLLC

Following is a link to Governor Stitt’s Executive Order issued today.
Highlights: all adults over the age of 65 shall stay in their home except for essential errands.
If a case of Covid 19 is diagnosed in Delaware county, all businesses that aren’t critical infrastructure shall close.
Visitors are prohibited in nursing homes.

Also Grove City Council has closed all businesses that aren’t critical infrastructure effective tomorrow at midnight.

There are some exceptions to these orders.

Our firm is available if you need assistance in these difficult times.

Drop off starts at 9am today!

Mask and Medical Supply Donation Drive (see list below)

Monday, March 23, 2020 and Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Grove, 9 to 11 a.m.
INTEGRIS North Parking Lot
900 E. 13th Street (across from the baseball fields)

Miami, 1 to 3 p.m.
INTEGRIS South Parking Lot
Steve Owens & B Street
(Gravel lot by the INTEGRIS billboard)

As caregivers we are usually the ones providing assistance, but due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and a worldwide shortage of medical supplies – we are the ones now asking for help.

To better prepare for a potential influx of patients, we are asking the public to donate the following items:

• Masks **This is our #1 Need** Dust masks, painter masks, construction masks, surgical masks. We can use them all.

Other Needed Items Include:
• Nitrile gloves
• Eye protection
• Impermeable gowns
• Touchless thermometers
• Hand sanitizer
• Bleach wipes
• Disinfectant wipes

We know these items are scarce right now, but this type of personal protective equipment (PPE) is the only barrier between us and the disease. We need it to not only protect ourselves – but the community at large.

INTEGRIS Miami Hospital

Mask and Medical Supply Donation Drive (see list below)

Monday, March 23, 2020 and Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Grove, 9 to 11 a.m.
INTEGRIS North Parking Lot
900 E. 13th Street (across from the baseball fields)

Miami, 1 to 3 p.m.
INTEGRIS South Parking Lot
Steve Owens & B Street
(Gravel lot by the INTEGRIS billboard)

As caregivers we are usually the ones providing assistance, but due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and a worldwide shortage of medical supplies – we are the ones now asking for help.

To better prepare for a potential influx of patients, we are asking the public to donate the following items:

• Masks **This is our #1 Need** Dust masks, painter masks, construction masks, surgical masks. We can use them all.

Other Needed Items Include:
• Nitrile gloves
• Eye protection
• Impermeable gowns
• Touchless thermometers
• Hand sanitizer
• Bleach wipes
• Disinfectant wipes

We know these items are scarce right now, but this type of personal protective equipment (PPE) is the only barrier between us and the disease. We need it to not only protect ourselves – but the community at large.

Davis & Thompson, PLLC

Grove has declared a state of emergency.

Davis & Thompson, PLLC

The Delaware County Courthouse is closed to the public beginning today at 5:00 pm. There are specifics rules that must be followed for anyone with a criminal appearance set. There are also procedures in place to deal with both emergencies and non-emergency issues in civil cases. Please contact us if you need assistance with a case in Delaware County.

Davis & Thompson, PLLC

Ottawa County Courthouse is closed indefinitely. Please contact us if you need assistance in Ottawa County, there are procedures in place to deal with both emergencies and non-emergency cases.

Davis & Thompson, PLLC

Today the Supreme Court of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals issued the following joint order to reduce the risks in all 77 County Court systems from Covid 19. Most Court proceedings in the next 30 days will be rescheduled unless it is an emergency. Our office remains open during this time. We have safety measures in place if you need to come to the office. We are also available for telephone and video appointments. Please stay safe during this difficult time, and don’t hesitate to reach out to us if we can be of assistance!

https://www.oscn.net/news/2003161604/scad-no-202024

Davis & Thompson, PLLC

Governor Stitt has declared a State of Emergency. State employees are to work from home if possible, and state service’s customers are to be directed to utilize online services. This will affect the operations at county courthouses. More details will follow as information becomes available.
To our valued clients: if you have a court date, please call our office before you travel to the courthouse. If you have an office appointment, please call to discuss options for telephone and video conferencing.
Our office will remain open and we will be here to serve you.

Grand Lake Family YMCA

ATTENTION Y MEMBERS:
Beginning Monday, March 16, all Group Fitness classes will be postponed until further notice.

This is a temporary safety measure and we hope to offer these amenities to our members soon.

Oklahoma Region 5 Medical Response System

•Please share to help get the word out•

Community Crisis Center

This is a sad truth, but there are many resources in our community to help victims of domestic abuse with expenses from the court system.

"When there is a custody dispute, the costs are often exponentially higher. Abusers may use the court system to repeatedly change visitation times, holiday access, school choices and other details relating to custody as a way to increase the cost of the divorce. The goal is to typically to make survivors unable to keep fighting legally by draining their financial resources." Please call 1-800-400-0883 if you or someone you know needs help.
Through VOCA funding, many relationships with local Attorney's, and Legal Aid of Oklahoma victims have a been given a chance. We are very appreciative of our Communities. We could not do this work without them!

1909

You’re the bee’s knees! 🐝
Thank you to everyone who came out and made our 3rd annual Adult Spelling Bee a blast!

1909

Burgers, beer and a BEE!

Thursday night at 1909 6pm Adult Spelling Bee & Burger Night!

🐝We are still looking for a few spellers, send a message to enter!
🐝1st place is a $50 gift card!

Burger of the Week:
ABC Burger
Grilled patty topped with avocado, bacon and cheddar cheese. Served with fries. 🍔

$5 Burger- LTOP
Served with fries.
🍔Dine in only.

Davis & Thompson, PLLC

Davis & Thompson, PLLC, is pleased to welcome Clayton M. Baker to the firm. Clayton was born in Wichita Falls, TX, and resided there until moving to Tulsa to attend law school. He graduated from the University of Tulsa College of law in 2015, with honors and Order of Barristers. In law school, Clayton served as president of the Student Bar Association, vice president of Board of Advocates, and Magister for the Rogers Inn of Phi Delta Phi Legal Honors Society.

Clayton's practice areas include banking, real estate, probate and estate planning, and civil litigation. He represents clients throughout Northeast Oklahoma, and regularly practices in Delaware, Ottawa, Craig, and Mayes counties.

Clayton resides in Grove, OK with his Wife, Joanna, and daughter, Gentry. They attend Three Rivers Presbyterian Church where they enjoy teaching Sunday school and coordinating Financial Peace University. Additionally, Clayton enjoys spending his free time serving his local community and legal community. He is an active member of Grove Rotary Club, a board member of Grand Lake Christian Academy, serves as a director for the Oklahoma Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, a director of the University of Tulsa College of Law Alumni Board, and is president of the Delaware County Bar Association.

Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption

Every year, approximately 20,000 children age out of foster care without a family. These children aren't unadoptable. They just aren't adopted.

Learn how you can help ensure that every child has a safe, loving and permanent home at davethomasfoundation.org

#Adoption #FosterCareAdoption #FosterCare

1909

We are looking for good spellers for our 3rd annual adult spelling bee one week from today!
Prize is a $50 gift card and bragging rights! 👑

🐝Send a message today if you would like to participate! 🐝

Thursday Lunch Special: 2/20
Beef Tips and Rice- served with broccoli
$11

Thursday Burger Night:
Surf & Turf Burger-served with fries
$14

$5 Burger LTOP
Served with fries
🍔dine in only

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