Computerland Opens Education Center

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Computerland Opens Education Center


ComputerLand of Oklahoma is opening a new microcomputer education and service center at 2834 NW 39th St.

Grand opening ceremonies are planned for 10 a.m. Thursday. A free seminar, "Computer Education and your Company," will be presented at 10:30 a.m.

The seminar will include a discussion of how computer education can save time and money for a company. Educational materials used in the "hands-on" classes taught at the center will be distributed.

ComputerLand has eight stores in Oklahoma, including three in Oklahoma City, two in Tulsa and locations in Enid, Lawton and Bartlesville.

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South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce will host guest speaker Mayor Andy Coats at its annual banquet on Thursday.

A multi-media presentation, "It's All Right Here," will focus on the opportunities which are developing in Oklahoma City's south side. The presentation will introduce a campaign promoting the future development of south Oklahoma City.

The event, to be held at the Hilton Inn West, will include the announcement of the Citizen of the Year and introduction of the 1985-86 officers.

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Winners in Oklahoma City's 1985 Adopt-A-Park program received cash awards and plaques during a recent meeting of the Oklahoma City Council.

Top honors were shared by the Venice and Jefferson Park neighborhood associations, Trammel Crowe Co. and the Kate Bernard Community Treatment Center.

Other winners judged among the best in their park maintenance during the summer were Military Park Neighborhood Association, Carverdale Neighborhood Association, Expressway Lions Club, Oklahoma Department of Corrections House Arrest Program, Charles S. Givens Interests and the Rollingwood Neighborhood Association.

The program was sponsored by Oklahoma City Beautiful, Inc. in cooperation with the Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation Department.

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A delegation of Oklahoma City University administrators has been invited to the People's Republic of China to attend the inauguration of OCU's master of business administration at Tianjin College on Jan. 3, 1986.

The invitation was issued by the ministry of commerce of the People's Republic of China, which operates 23 colleges throughout China. The OCU masters program at Tianjin is the second such program offered in China.

Faculty members of the 23 colleges will be attending the classes, all of which will be taught by OCU faculty. Each OCU professor will spend several weeks in Tianjin, teaching an average of 30 students. …

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