Good VIBES return to Edmond

As Edmond’s VIBES returned in April for a second season, 43 businesses, 44 visual artists and 10 performing artists entertained guests along 15 downtown blocks. These continually growing numbers are a demonstration of the community partnerships and participation that make VIBES special. 

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Nick Massey celebrates 45 years in the investment business

January 10th was a special day for Nick Massey, president of Massey Financial Services, marking 45 years of being in the investment business. Before working in the finance industry, Massey served in the army as a counterintelligence agent for over nine years. While he enjoyed it, he was ready to start his new career.

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February and March 2022 ribbon cuttings

Despite the holidays and the busy new year, the Edmond Chamber hosted seven ribbon cuttings in December and January to recognize their members. The celebrations included four grand openings, two new locations, and a 36-year anniversary.

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Q1 2022 career announcements

Congratulations to all of the professionals in Edmond with career changes or announcements in the first quarter of 2022.

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Simply Indie brings Hollywood to Edmond

A first-year film festival included multiple events, awards and showings for movie fans.

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Edmond Electric offices relocating

Many Edmond Electric offices are relocating to the building formerly owned by Francis Tuttle.

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Sisters, organizers, visionaries

Edmond sisters Emily McKnight and Erin Cornell opened Collected Home in 2020 to help local residents with home organization and decluttering. Their services go beyond the traditional organizers with owners who strive to know every client personally and develop plans that will fit their unique lifestyles. Prior to founding Collected Home, McKnight worked in the oil and gas industry for more than 15 years, and Cornell had been taking time off after selling another business. Both looking for a change, the sisters decided to start a home organizing business together.

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Serving meals for nearly 50 years

Edmond Mobile Meals is a nonprofit organization that provides a nourishing meal and daily wellness check to the homebound elderly and disabled residents of Edmond. The organization currently serves over 240 meals each weekday and 60,000 meals each year with the help of more than four hundred volunteers. The primary goal is to make sure no senior goes hungry, and they remain living independently in their homes for as long as possible.

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