The Oklahoma Department of Transportation recently erected two signs designating the area of a historical marker. One of the signs alerts passengers northbound near 6th and Wood Drive and the second sign is placed at 2nd and Wood Drive for south bound drivers. The former Black Hospital is under renovation by the current owners and is known as the Landmark for All Generations. The building is located at the corner of 3rd and Wood Drive.
Eastside Baptist Church
The Okmulgee County Republicans will meet virtually on May 19 via Zoom at 6:30 p.m.
Those wanting to keep up with the ‘happenings’ around Okmulgee now have a new option to explore. The Okmulgee Chamber of Commerce and The Community Entrepreneur have teamed up to produce the Hump Day Happenings. This weekly video is designed to keep the people of Okmulgee up to date on the latest developments going on around the city. The video will take place every Wednesday from 12:20 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. Hosts Kay Rabbitt-Brower and Richard Larabee hope this time frame will allow people to tune in on their lunch break so they can learn as they lunch. Each week will feature a new guest who will talk about a new project going on around Okmulgee.