- Ada, Oklahoma


October 28, 2013

if you go

Ada —

What: “Empowering Women to Live, Laugh and Learn,” a conference for business women.

When: 8:15 a.m. until 4 p.m. Nov. 7 at the Chickasaw Business and Conference Center at East Central University. Participants will park at the ECU football field and take a shuttle to the conference center.

The sign-in period runs from 8:15 to 8:45 a.m., with the opening session set for 8:45.

Cost: The cost is $55 before Nov. 1, but it rises to $60 after that date. Advance registration is encouraged.

Contact: To register, call Sarah Jane Johnson at 332-2506 or visit the Ada Area Chamber of Commerce website at

Sponsors: Conference sponsors include the Chickasaw Nation, Mercy Hospital, ECU, Vision Bank, First United Bank, Citizens Bank, the Chamber of Commerce, Communication Federal Credit Union, Pontotoc Technology Center, LegalShield, RamJack, Arvest Bank, Colonial Life, Tinker Federal Credit Union, Landmark Bank, McCortney Family In-Home Care and REI Oklahoma.

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