Business Calendar

THE JOURNAL RECORD, July 22, 1996 | Go to article overview

Business Calendar


Information for the Business Calendar should be sent to Jim Powell, The Journal Record, P.O. Box 26370, OKC, 73126-0370, or by fax to 278-6907.

July 21-23

Okla. Society of Assoc. Executives

Annual conference, Hilton Inn Northwest, 2945 Northwest Expressway. The theme, "The Mother Road to Association Excellence," will reflect the fun of cruising Route 66 while also educating association executives on pertinent topics. Activities begin at 6 p.m., July 21, with a poolside cookout. $125 for the first attendee from an organization and $95 for subsequent attendees. First and subsequent attendees must be from the same organization and must register at the same time. Attendees must pay $45 to bring a spouse or guest. For more information call 424-0012.

July 22

UCO Small Business Development Center

"Charting Your Course for New Business" semi nar, 7-9 p.m. at the Norman Chamber of Commerce, 115 E. Gray St., Norman. Designed for new business owners and includes discussions on incorporating, state and federal regulations, business plans and financing options. $15. Call Marie Barnaba-Moore at 232-1968.

July 23

Frontier Chapter Help Desk Institute

12:30 p.m. seminar at 5701 N. Shartel. Velva Talley, manager of customer service for Fleming Cos. Inc., will present "Disaster Recovery and the Oklahoma City Bombing." No charge. For more information call Glen Webster at 236-0202.

July 24

OSU-OKC

"Volunteers: Our Greatest Resource" workshop, 9 a.m.-noon, at OSU- OKC, 900 N. Portland. Will show how to increase the productivity of your organization with an effective volunteer program. Topics include volunteer recruitment, interviews and placement, volunteer motivation, recognition and retention, job descriptions and teamwork. $35. For more information call 945-3397.

OKC Assoc. of Health Underwriters

11:30 a.m. meeting at the Sportsman's Club, 4001 NW 39th Expressway. New member appreciation day. $10 for members, $12 for nonmembers. Call Nita Patton at 290-1142.

OSU-OKC

Center for Organizational Improvement

"Avoiding Legal Problems in Management," seminar, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at 900 N. Portland Ave. Instructor Stanley Balch, supervisor of strategic quality planning at Lucent Technologies Inc., will provide managers with information to design sound business practices and personally manage their businesses. To register or for more information call 945-3278.

July 25

North Metro Area Council

OKC Chamber of Commerce

Monthly luncheon, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Home town Buffet, corner of NW 63rd St. and Northwest Expressway. For reservations call 495-6750.

Metro Tech Adult Continuing Education

"Office Ergonomics" workshop, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Western Plaza Training Center, 5500 N. Western Ave., Ste. 204. The risk of illnesses caused by the increased use of computers in the office can be reduced if employees understand the basics of ergonomics. $13 per person. To enroll call 424-8324, ext. 785.

July 25-27

OSU-OKC Institute

for the Environment and Energy

Three day comprehensive training program for consultants and interested parties who want to apply the newly developed protocol for risk assessment as a decision tool at petroleum release sites. Lead instructor is Dr. Atul M. Salhotra, of Risk Assessment & Management Group Inc. (The RAM Group). $495 per person. To register or for more information call 945-3278.

July 26

OU Sarkeys Energy Center

"Wellbore Stability -- Don't Ignore It!" workshop, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Forum Building, 1700 Asp Ave., Norman. Sponsored by the OU Rock Mechanics Institute and will feature a panel of experts who will discuss recent advances in addressing drilling and production stability problems. No charge. For more information call Musharraf Zaman at 325-4236. …

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