Arvest Foundation Contributes $10,000 to Bartlesville Public Schools

Wednesday, August 29 at 09:00 AM
Category: Arvest Community News

The funds will be used for elementary S.T.E.M. programs

Bartlesville elementary students in Bartlesville area will have greater access to resources and enhanced educational opportunities thanks to a $10,000 donation from the Arvest Foundation.

Kyle Hubbard, president of Arvest Bank, recently presented the check at Wayside Elementary to Superintendent Chuck McCauley and Wayside principal Ken Copeland.

The funds will help local elementary schools ramp up their technology capabilities and allow the Bartlesville Public Schools to continue to expand S.T.E.M. programs through Project Lead the Way Launch Implementation.

“The Arvest Foundation’s generosity will allow us to create a more engaging learning experience for our elementary students,” said McCauley. “By expanding our capabilities, we’ve given our students and teachers an even greater avenue for success.”

“We are pleased to present this donation on behalf of the Arvest Foundation to support the Bartlesville Public Schools’ efforts to provide greater educational opportunities for students,” said Hubbard. “We are committed to our public school system and greatly appreciate the work our local teachers and administrators do daily to enrich the lives of their students. This donation is just one of many we have made throughout the area. It demonstrates the foundation’s ongoing commitment to education and to the children in the region.”

Over $60,000 has been contributed by the Arvest Foundation in the Bartlesville region to date.

About the Arvest Foundation

The Arvest Foundation seeks to provide funding to grantees who are actively working to create positive change for others. Major areas of focus include: K-12 education, economic development, and enhancing the quality of life throughout the Arvest footprint. For more information, go to www.arvestfoundation.org.

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Arvest Foundation Contributes $5,000 to Kiddie Park

Wednesday, May 30 at 02:00 PM
Category: Arvest Community News

With roots tracing back to the 1940s, the Kiddie Park has been a staple in the Bartlesville community for decades. The Kiddie Park is a safe place for youth and their caregivers to have fun and build lifelong memories. Funds from the Arvest Foundation will be used to maintain the park’s rides and attractions.


The gift was announced at the Kiddie Park in front of the iconic carousel. Local bank president Kyle Hubbard and marketing manager Annah Fischer were on hand to present the check to Kiddie Park president Ron Adams.

“We are so thankful for the support of the Arvest Foundation,” said Adams. “We are very proud to be a part of the history of Bartlesville, and we feel very blessed to have the support of our community. This gift will allow us to continue to provide a safe place for children to make memories with their loved ones.”

“The Kiddie Park is one of the many attractions that make Bartlesville unique,” said Hubbard. “My family and so many from our community and afar treasure the memories made at the Kiddie Park. This donation will help ensure future families are able to enjoy the park facilities.”

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Arvest Foundation Contributes to Kiwanis Club of Bartlesville

Friday, May 11 at 08:00 AM
Category: Arvest Community News

Sooner Junior Miniature Golf will be receiving much-needed updates and improvements thanks to a $2,500 donation from the Arvest Foundation.


The gift was announced at the Downtown Kiwanis Club meeting in Bartlesville. Annah Fischer of Arvest Bank was on hand to present the check.

The funds will help the Kiwanis Club install new turf and make various improvements at the Sooner Junior course.

“Sooner Junior has been a staple in family entertainment for over 30 years,” said Rachelle Wilson, president-elect, Kiwanis Club of Bartlesville. “Thanks to the Arvest Foundation, we can continue to maintain and improve this wonderful community facility.”

“The Kiwanis Club of Bartlesville is extremely grateful for our continued partnership with Arvest. The generous donation from the Arvest Foundation for the Sooner Junior Miniature Golf Course is just another examples of Arvest’s commitment to our community,” said Nathan Thompson, president, Kiwanis Club of Bartlesville.

Sooner Junior opened for its 2018 season on April 28. The course features 18 holes, and the funds raised from the course go to supporting local Kiwanis projects such as Kids Fishing Derby, scholarships and more.

“We are pleased to present this donation on behalf of the Arvest Foundation,” said Fischer, marketing manager, Arvest Bank. “Sooner Junior truly is a gem in our community. This donation is just one of the many we have made throughout the area. It demonstrates the foundation’s ongoing commitment to enhancing the quality of life for our community.”

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Arvest Foundation Contributes $10,000 to Bartlesville Community Center

Monday, April 16 at 08:00 AM
Category: Arvest Community News

The Bartlesville Community Center’s marquee will be getting much needed upgrades thanks in part to a $10,000 donation from the Arvest Foundation.

The gift was announced at the Bartlesville Community Center.  Andy Novak and Annah Fischer of Arvest Bank were on hand to present the check.

Opened in January of 1982, the Bartlesville Community Center is recognized as one of the finest performing arts halls in the country. The Center has played host to an amazing array of events and is home to seven local presenting arts groups who perform their concerts and productions at the Center. They include Bartlesville Choral Society, Bartlesville Civic Ballet, Bartlesville Community Concert Association, Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra, Broadway in Bartlesville, Children’s Musical Theater, and OKM Musical Festival.

“The generous gift from Arvest Foundation and other local corporations has made it possible for us to update the Center marquee,” said Val Callaghan, managing director of Bartlesville Community Center. “The marquee project will not only benefit the Center but each local presenting art group who utilizes the Center for their performances. We plan to have the marquee updates complete in May.”

 “We are pleased to present this donation on behalf of the Arvest Foundation to support the Community Center’s efforts. We are lucky to have this facility and our strong local arts groups in Bartlesville, said Annah Fischer, marketing manager, Arvest Bank. “This donation is just one of many we have made throughout the area. It demonstrates the foundation’s ongoing commitment to the community and enhanced quality of life.”

About the Arvest Foundation

The Arvest Foundation seeks to provide funding to grantees who are actively working to create positive change for others. Major areas of focus include: K-12 education, economic development, and enhancing the quality of life throughout the Arvest footprint. For more information, go to www.arvestfoundation.org.

 

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Bartlesville to Host Annual March Mania

Thursday, March 01 at 02:00 PM
Category: Arvest Community News

Arvest Bank will host its annual March Mania on March 15-16.

The event will take place from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Arvest branch located at 4225 S.E. Adams. Customers are encouraged to drop by and watch locally broadcast NCAA Tournament games on big-screen TVs supplied courtesy of Steve’s TV. Snacks will be served.

Customers also are encouraged to fight local hunger by dropping off monetary donations or food items. All proceeds and food items will benefit Mary Martha Outreach.

For more information, please call Susan at (918) 337-3439.

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