Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. and its partner, Southwestern
Bell Mobile Systems, will be busy the next few days.
Southwestern Bell is sponsoring the sixth annual Chisholm
Trail Western Art Show and sale Friday night in the new Mid-High
facility at 1029 S. 11th St. (State Hwy. 92) in Yukon.
An invitational reception is scheduled from 6 until 9 p.m. to
meet the artists and enjoy hors d'oeuvres.
Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems will host a Firm Night dinner
for members of Executive Women International and their guests on
Tuesday at the Will Rogers Center. Featured speaker will be John
Stupka, president and chief executive of Southwestern Bell Mobile
Systems and an Oklahoma City native. He is a 1971 graduate of the
University of Oklahoma.
Entertainment will be provided by the Euphonious Woodwind
Quartet. Presiding will be Shirley Jackman, head of the Oklahoma
Chapter of Executive Women International. . .
In all the years that the Oklahoma Society to Prevent Blindness
has sponsored Flight for Sight, the winner of the flying weekend
trip has flown somewhere. Not so this year.
For the very first time, the trip had to be cancelled because
of bad weather. Trip winner Michael Hallmark got rained out. All
is not lost, though. American Airlines representative Riley
Fitzhugh agreed to make good on the weekend trip at a later date.
"Something's Brewing" is the theme of the upcoming benefit
sponsored by the Associate Board of the Oklahoma City
Philharmonic Orchestra. The tasty evening will be Sunday, and the
hours will be from 6 until 9 p.m. at the Bricktown Brewery.
Guests will be able to taste test the brewery's beers and
sample hors d'oeuvres prepared by Chef Randy Pentecost of
Bricktown Brewery. Entertainment will be provided by After Five;
a jazz band and a silent auction, which includes a trip to New
York City, will complete the evening.
Tickets to "Something's Brewing" are $20 in advance or $25 at
the door. Dress is casual. Major corporate sponsors of the fund
raiser are American Airlines, Bank of Oklahoma NA, Boatmen's
First National Bank of Oklahoma and Travel by Inace. . .
Pacer, 3200 Ken Bonds Ave., Oklahoma's oldest hospital-based
fitness center, just got bigger and a year older. The general
public is invited to help celebrate Pacer Fitness Center's 15th
birthday between 1 and 4 p.m. Saturday when a 12,000-square-foot
expansion project will be unveiled. . .
And, speaking of fitness, the ninth annual Quail Classic is
scheduled June 12. However, almost everything about it has been
changed this year except its name and its beneficiary. …