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Claremore Cares highlights the positive news, events, and change-making people who are shaping Claremore for the better.  Feel free to nominate a person, business, group or organization that you think deserves recognition by sending us an email to citymanager@claremorecity.com or messaging on Facebook at facebook.com/ClaremoreCity

Claremore hosts the second annual disabled veteran and youth hunt. Through a partnership with the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) Wheelin’ Sportsman program, volunteers hosted its annual hunt for people with disabilities.  Read More

Claremore Love Day - A Community Service Day to Remember. Despite the unique challenges of COVID-19, volunteers found creative ways to support their community.  Read More

Celebrating citizenship. Claremore resident Malinda Brown, through the Rogers County Literacy Council,  leads those wanting to become U.S. citizens in classes to learn about our country’s civics and history in order to prepare them for the citizenship test they must pass. Read More

Master Gardeners. Looking to develop a green thumb? Consider joining the Master Gardeners Association.  The organization guides and supports numerous projects around Rogers County.  Read More

The Claremore Senior Citizen’s Center shows support for residents through the pandemic. The Center, which has been around for 45 years, was created to offer an opportunity for older residents to exercise, eat, socialize, and gather in a safe and comfortable environment. Read More

Rogers County Health Department's program receives national recognition. The department was recently honored with the 2020 Model Practice Award by the National Association of County and City Health Officials.  Read More  

Good Samaritan Ministry helps citizens in need. The organization provides clothing and food to individuals and families in need throughout Rogers County.  Read More