THURSDAY | MAY 26, 2022
June Chamber Coffee will be on Thursday, June 2nd
at Cami's Coffee and Chill 1800 N Green Avenue, Purcell, OK.
Hosted by OEC Fiber
A gathering of Chamber members, business owners and community members that gather for coffee, a light breakfast and casual networking. Join us!
Come join us for the opening of Myotherapy Center of Oklahoma and help welcome them to our Chamber family!

Ribbon Cutting at 1:00pm

Open House from 9:00am - 7:00pm

24778 190th Street, Purcell, OK 73080
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Bring your kids and family to Purcell’s 2nd Annual Walk The Trail Day!
All ages welcome!

Come walk the trail, play free games at the awesome booths, watch a free science show, get a free hotdog and snow cone and enter for a chance to win a prize!

A big thank you to our main sponsor OEC Fiber!

Hosted by Purcell Parks and Recreation Department and the
Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce.
If your business or organization is interested in being involved, follow the link below:
Form Center

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JUNE 3 & 4
If you would like your garage sale to be placed on our map, please contact the Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce by texting/calling: (405) 527-3093 or email: no later than Tuesday, May 31st.

Please provide Name, Address, Dates of your Sale and a Contact Phone Number.
We will compile the list/map and have it posted on our website and social media by Wednesday, June 1st. 
The TSET Healthy Living Program is working alongside the Purcell Police Department, the City of Purcell, and Purcell Public Schools to host the 2nd Annual Play Streets Events! The last Play Streets took place pre-covid and many of our community members have been asking for a return of the event.

For those of you who are not familiar with Play Streets, they will shut down part of the drive on the south end of their building (919 N. 9th Ave-where the Library/School/Health Department is located) and open the area up for children to come play. We are looking for volunteers like yourself to help with the event! They need a variety of activities, water, and of course---- just you as volunteers! Last time, some of our volunteers brought SWAG for the kids as well. The kids loved the frog togs-those were a hit!

TSET will bring items for sack races, and they have a few basketballs, soccer balls, kick balls. They will also have sunglasses and jump ropes to give-a-way.

Other items they are looking for:
Hula hoop
Rubber Bases (for Kickball)
Sticky Paddles
And more!

And they could always use more:
Jump Ropes
NEW ELEMENTS of the Annual Back to School Bash are being offered this year! Out of 13 years of doing this event we will have a MECHANICAL BULL!! For the first time and you’ll get to show us your SKILLS! Everything offered is 100% FREE including school supplies, a backpack, food, games, prizes, health checks and more!
We had so much fun celebrating our Chamber Member Savvy Parke for 10 years in business!! Cutting the ribbon owner Savannah Pyle, with family, friends and fellow Chamber Members.

222 W Main St., Purcell, OK 73080
(405) 343-2422
OEC Fiber | Purcell, OK:
OEC Fiber Internet, TV, and Phone services are now available for business residents of the City of Purcell.
For more information, click here

For Businesses in the area interested please contact the OEC Fiber Business Team at 405-217-6784
Purcell Tourism Committee Looking To Fill Open Position

As of May, 2022 the Purcell Tourism Committee has collected $102,471.87 from the 5% lodging tax that went into effect in July of 2021. The lodging tax is collected from overnight visitors to Purcell’s hotels, motels, RV parks, and Airbnb’s.

The seven-member committee is working to consider the best ways to utilize lodging tax revenues to promote tourism opportunities and venues in the city. In May 2022, the committee voted to add billboards on north and south bound I-35 to draw more visitors off the interstate and into Purcell. The advertising campaign will promote the city’s lodging providers, restaurants, site-seeing hotspots, and shopping opportunities.
Currently the committee is a member short and is looking for someone to fill the position of Citizen At Large. The new member should be active in our community, eager to help promote our city, and can attend meetings regularly. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 5:15pm at the City Hall Community Room, unless otherwise posted.

The committee is also looking to promote upcoming events in Purcell. Event coordinators looking for financial assistance for their event can submit an application for review.
If you wish to apply for financial assistance, or would like for information about the Citizen At Large position, you can email or by visiting and
Form Center

Click here to fill out a form if you're interested in being on the Purcell Tourism Committee.

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The Southwest Oklahoma Regional Transportation Planning Organization (SORTPO) in 2021 began development of the 20-year long range regional transportation plan for southwest Oklahoma. Counties included in this planning process include Beckham, Caddo, Comanche, Cotton, Custer, Grady, Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Jefferson, Kiowa, McClain, Roger Mills, Stephens, Tillman, and Washita. Upon completion this plan will address future road, freight, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian needs for southwest Oklahoma. Your response is important so the needs of this region can be identified. 

The survey period is extended through June 16, 2022 to allow additional time to collect surveys.
Regional Transportation Plan Southwest Oklahoma Moving...

Imagine the year 2043 - what will southwest Oklahoma look like? How will we get around? What transportation choices will be available for the next generation? The Southwest Oklahoma Regional Transportation Planning Organization (SORTPO) is...

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McElderry Rentals:
Newly remodeled building located in north Purcell.
Call Neil at (405) 615-0745 for more information.
Watch the video below to see what a wonderful night we had honoring local individuals and businesses at our Heart of Oklahoma Chamber Annual Awards Banquet!

Our 2022 Award Winners:
-Goldsby's Citizen of the Year: Ronny and Diann Nelson
-Purcell's Citizen of the Year: Mayor Ted Cox
-City of Purcell, Oklahoma Giving Time Cornerstone Guardian: Savvy Parke
-Giving Time Vision Guardian: Lori Frankenberg
-Giving Time Spirit Guardian: Landmark Church
-Giving Time Gateway Guardian: Theda Engert

A big thank you to our sponsors!
-Main Sponsor: OEC Fiber
-Venue Sponsor: Go Kinetic Home
-Media Sponsor: First United Bank
-Appetizer Sponsor: Windy Chevrolet of Purcell
-Dinner Sponsor: The Chickasaw Nation
-Awards Sponsor: McClain Bank
-Coin Game Sponsor: McClain Bank
-Dessert Sponsor: Oklahoma Natural Gas

Also huge thank you to Jerry Hayes with ShareYourY for the amazing videos!

Link to video:
2022 Chamber Banquet Video

Click here to watch..

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Debbie Neff | Debbie Times | Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Jesse Bain
Landmark Church | Lexington Chamber of Commerce | Lexington Nursing Home
P & K Equipment - Purcell | Pioneer Library System | Purcell Public Library | Pruitt Quality Homes
The Chamber Beat is a publication of the Heart of Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce. Our Chamber represents the communities of Goldsby, Lexington, Purcell, Washington and Wayne. If you are a member and would like to submit information to be placed within our newsletter, please email We accept .jpg, .pdf .eps and .png file formats. To find out other benefits of Chamber membership or to access the community calendar follow the link below.
Office Number: (405) 527-3093
Elisabeth Baker, Executive Director