[ Business Calendar.]

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[ Business Calendar.]


Information for the Business Calendar should be sent to Ronnie Clay, The Journal Record, P.O. Box 26370, OKC, 73126-0370, or by fax to 278-2890.

Dec. 6

University of Central Oklahoma

Small Business Development Center

"Charting Your Course For New Business" seminar, 2-4 p.m., at 115 W. Park Ave. $20 per person. Call Barbara Scott at 232-1968.

The Training Center

Oklahoma City Community College

Zig Ziglar Training Ziggets: "Team Development," 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Main Building, 7777 S. May Ave. Cost is $75. To enroll, call 682- 7562.

Rose State College

Small Business Development Center

Free "Oklahoma Business Registration & Tax Workshop," 1-3 p.m., at the Tom Steed Center for Career Development, Interstate 40 and Hudiburg Drive. This workshop is co-sponsored by the Oklahoma Tax Commission. Contact Deana Kerby at 733-7348.

Dec. 6-13

The Training Center

Oklahoma City Community College

"Windows 98 Introduction," 6-9:30 p.m. Mondays, Main Building, 7777 S. May Ave. This class includes navigating Windows, setting up and customizing the desktop, creating shortcuts and using The Explorer for maintaining files and folders. Cost is $59. To enroll, call 682-7562.

Dec. 7

Oklahoma Department of Commerce

Minority Business Breakfast for Small/Minority/Women Entrepreneurs, 7-8 a.m., at the Metro Tech Business Conference Center, 1900 Springlake Drive. For more information, call Joan Bowers at 815-5270.

Support People Incorporated

"Anger Management" seminar, 6:30-9:30 p.m., at Francis Tuttle. This educational seminar covers: developing healthy anger, relationship between physical and emotional aspects of anger, styles of anger, and cultural stories about anger. The cost is $11. Register by calling Francis Tuttle at 717-4732.

Oklahoma City Geological Society

Luncheon meeting, at Applewoods Restaurant, 4301 SW Third St. Lunch is at 11:45 a.m.; the program is at 12:15 p.m. Doug Ward will present "Spatial Explorer: The Latest Software Innovation from IHS Energy." The cost is $12. To make a reservation, call Carol at 235- 3648, ext. 11.

Internal Revenue Service

Free "Small Business Tax Workshop," 9 a.m.-4 p.m., at the Rose State College Tom Steed Center, Interstate 40 and Hudiburg Drive in Midwest City. Contact Kent Westbrook at 297-4120 for further details.

Support People Incorporated

"Anger Management" seminar, 6:30-9:30 p.m., at Francis Tuttle. This seminar is appropriate for people who want a better understanding of their own or someone else's anger. The cost is $11. Register by calling Francis Tuttle at 717-4732.

Dec. 7-14

The Training Center

Oklahoma City Community College

"Windows 95 Introduction," 6-9:30 p.m. Tuesdays, 1G8, Main Building, 7777 S. May Ave. This class includes navigating Windows, setting up and customizing the desktop, creating shortcuts and using The Explorer for maintaining files and folders. Cost is $59. To enroll, call 682-7562.

Dec. 8

Tip Club

Meeting, 8 a.m., at Denny's Restaurant, 3741 NW 39th St. Meeting weekly since the mid-'50s, Tip Club is based on the "Mastermind Group" principle from Think & Grow Rich. Cost for guests is for breakfast only. For more information, contact Ron Hendricks at 721- 0757.

Community Council

of Central Oklahoma

"Current Affairs Luncheon," noon, at the Petroleum Club in Bank One Tower, 35th Floor, 100 N. Broadway Ave. The council will announce the most recent results of its research about the well- being of the citizens of Oklahoma County, Vital Signs 2000. The cost is $15. Make reservations by calling 236-1640.

Dec. 9

Rose State College

Small Business Development Center

"Small Business Loan Briefing," 6:30-8 p.m., at the Tom Steed Center for Career Development, Interstate 40 and Hudiburg Drive. …

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