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Jack Allen, Stephanie Eng and Billie and Howard Barnett enjoyed the Tulsa Memory Gala, a benefit for the Alzheimer’s Association.
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Mike Brose, Pat Chernicky, Barry Switzer and Cheena and Stephen Pazzo enjoyed the patron party prior to Carnivale, an event benefiting Mental Health Association of Oklahoma.

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Tamra Sheehan, Judy Claudette Williams, Laura Parrott and Vida Schuman enjoyed the Carnivale patron party.

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Frank and Nikki Rhoades and Stan and Marci Johnson enjoyed the festivities of the Opera Ball, which benefits Tulsa Opera.

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Joseph Harroz Jr. stands with the University of Oklahoma College of Law Hall of Fame 2015 inductees Andrew Coats, Robin Cauthron and Reggie Whitten.

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Pam Richardson, Bill Shell, Linda Shell, Mary Brinkley and Shelley Holmes attended a recent documentary screening at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art presented by Volunteers of America.

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Sharon Bishop-Baldwin, Mary Bishop-Baldwin, Connie Cronley, Meredith Siegfried and Alison Anthony will be honored at the Association for Women in Communication’s 2015 Newsmakers on May 6 at Southern Hills Country Club.

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Clockwise, from top left: Tyra Palmer, Amanda McConnell, Barbara Findeiss and Kevin Gross prepare for the fourth annual CANdlelight Ball, which will be held April 25 at the Mayo Hotel.

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Ray Driskell, Earl Blevins and Rhonda Daniel enjoyed The Rotary club’s above and beyond as it honored Tulsa’s firefighter and police officer of the year.

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Wayne Pacelle, Robin Suarez, Jamee Suarez-Howard and Karen Keith enjoyed the Fur Ball, an annual event for Oklahoma Animal Alliance.

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Jack Allen, Stephanie Eng and Billie and Howard Barnett enjoyed the Tulsa Memory Gala, a benefit for the Alzheimer’s Association.

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Caroline and Greg Shaw and Cynthia Wolf attended the Tulsa Memory Gala, an event benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association.

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Rick and Paula Huck and Ted and Sheila Haynes were all smiles at the annual Tulsa Memory Gala, which benefits the Alzheimer’s Association.

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