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WHAT THE HECK IS THIS?
In an effort to gain a more comprehensive database pertaining to current members, potential new members and a viable pool of PRC mentors, the PRC Membership Committee is asking for your help.
We need all current members to complete the form on this page no later than March 5, 2019 please. If you have any questions concerning this information, please contact Tony Vann at 405-509-9312 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your help!
A SMALL PLUG FOR 2021.
Photo of downtown Oklahoma City courtesy of the Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau
TOP 10 FACTS ABOUT OKLAHOMA! SEE YOU IN 2021!
1. Oklahoma has 11,611 miles of shoreline, more than the combined non-tidal coasts of the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico.
2. Cimarron County is the only county in the U.S. that touches four states: Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Kansas.
3. No other state has as many man-made lakes: 200.
4. Oklahoma is the only state that produces iodine. (You're welcome anyone that was a child in the 60's, 70's or 80's)
5. Edward Roberts, a 1968 Oklahoma State University graduate in electrical engineering, is credited with inventing the personal computer — and he gave software giant Bill Gates his first job in the industry. (Kudos to Kristen Helvey's Alma Mater!)
6. Oklahoma was part of the 1803 Louisiana Purchase. In 1905, the Five Civilized Tribes tried to get statehood for Indian Territory, under the name Sequoyah. The state of Sequoyah and Oklahoma were merged as one state and entered the Union in 1907, only 112 years ago.
7. The first of 14 flags to fly over Oklahoma was the Royal Standard of Spain, brought here by Francisco Vasquez de Coronado in 1541.
8. 67 tribes inhabited Indian Territory which is all of Oklahoma with the exception of approximately 37 square miles around the city of Oklahoma City.
9. Oklahoma records an average of 54 tornadoes each year; an average of 15 of them are significant.
10. Geronimo is buried at Fort Sill. He died of pneumonia in 1909.