RedFork Revival
RedFork Main Street Publication                                                                                December 2012
Welcome to RedFork Main Street's first electronic newsletter. The goal of this newsletter will be to inform, educate and share the pride of all our accomplishments. We welcome any "Save the Date" entries or comments you would like to submit. Contact Red Fork Main Street.
The Four Point Approach
The four points of the Main Street approach reflect the comprehensive nature and are keys to Main Street success.
1. Organization -Everyone working towards the same goal.
2. Promotions - Selling the image. An effective promotion strategy forges a positive image.
3. Design - Getting Main Street into top physical shape.
4. Economic Restructuring - Finding new purposes for Main Street's enterprises by responding to the market.
Save The Date

December 2012


12th -  Red Fork Main Street Design Committee 3:00pm ONB Community Bank


13th -  Red Fork Main Street Board of Directors, 7:00am Ollie's Station


Sertoma Club, Wednesdays at 7:00am Ollies's Station


Red Fork Lions Club, 2nd & 4th Thursday 7:00pm, 4111 W. 41st Tulsa

Main Street Heros
City of Tulsa
Frasier, Frasier and Hickman
Goodwill Industries
ONB Community Bank
OSU Center for Health Sciences
RedBerry Farm
Red Fork Art Gallery
R.L. Shears Co. PC
Associate Links

Lights on Celebration. For most Main Street programs the holidays are a special opportunity to involve the community and share the pride of their accomplishments. On Dec 1st the RedFork Main Street and the Red Fork Art Gallery hosted the "2012 Lights on Celebration". 


Red Fork Holiday Cards
are available at the Red Fork Art Gallery for $10.00 (25 cards). Artist, Tom Verdel, designed the 2012 Red Fork Christmas card (art to the right). You can see his art along artwith other local accomplished artists at the Red Fork Art Gallery & Studio, 4071 Southwest Blvd, Tulsa.
Thanks to our Lights on Celebration sponsors: Logan's Roadhouse, RibCrib, O'Reilly's Auto Parts, ONB Community Bank, Ollie's Station, Goodwill Industries and Red Fork Art Gallery.
Through Historic Restoration
Data Base of Available Property. Economic restructuring means finding new purposes for Main Street's enterprises. With the help of volunteer and Board Member, Gail Rose, RedFork Main Street will begin to document un-occupied space in order to help recruit new businesses. Gail Rose, a realtor with Gasaway Rose, Chinowth & Cohen Realtors has will be collecting the information that will be placed on the RedFork Main Street website, distributed to other realtors and made available to future business owners. For more information contact Gail Rose at 918.770.2440.
Red Fork Lions Club
The Red Fork Lions Club was chartered in 1939 and has met every 2nd and 4th Thursday since that time. When ask what services the LionsLions hold dear to their hearts we were told they support the Boy Scout Troop #28,  Cub Scouts and their eye glass program. Red Fork Lions Club collects used eye glasses, about 1000 per year, and donates them to Neighbor for Neighbor. You can donate eyes glasses to the Lions Club by dropping them off at any MET Center. Currently the club has 19 members. For more information, make a donation or join the Red Fork Lions Club contact Bob Patton at 918-808-5530.
Lions Club Pancake Breakfast,
February 23, 2013, 7am-11am, 4111 W. 41st, Tulsa
Holiday Banners will soon adorn the Red Fork hbanneristoric area for the holidays. The banners are imprinted with the names of the five Red Fork area companies who sponsored the banners: HollyFrontier, Goodwill Industries, OSU Health Sciences, Redberry Farms and ONB Community Bank. The banners will be a nice finishing touch for the holidays at Red Fork. 

RedFork Main Street
P.O. Box 570978
Tulsa, OK 74157

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