"Where the west remains"
"Where the west remains"
Pawnee Bath House & Beach Swimming
Pawnee Community Chamber of Commerce
Joyce Freeman, Manager
613 Harrison Street, Pawnee, OK 74058
Office: Hours: M-F 8:30 - 12:30
Phone: (918) 762 - 2108
Coming to Pawnee
Museum on Main Street (MoMS) is a unique alliance of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, Oklahoma Humanities, and cultural organizations in small, rural communities.
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Pawnee - a friendly little town with a proud past and a bright future of renewed spirit and enthusiasm. The splendor of the old west - "Cowboys and Indians" are still very much alive today. The magnificent old buildings stand today as monuments of a time gone by. The historical pioneer days are waiting to be rediscovered. The community is blessed with the best of churches, museums, many fine dining establishments, unique shops ... the year starts with celebrations and continues throughout the spring, summer, and fall, and ends with the "Festival of Lights" at Christmas ... and countdown to the New Year with the Courthouse Square Ball Drop. A nice place to relax .. A friendly place to live...A fun place to visit... Come and visit...
Executive Board Members
President: Amy Hedges
Vice President: Kris Kline
Secretary: Ciera Collins
Treasurer: John Teckemeyer
Members: Shelia Briggs
Ex-Officio: Kyle Beavers
At Large: Mayor Tom Briggs
"Pawnee -The Place I Call Home"
Do you want to know what it’s really like to live in and run a business in rural Oklahoma? Well, alrighty then… let’s just sit on the front porch and talk about it. And, since I’m a little OCD, I’ll need a check list!
1. Great people live all around me.
2. No traffic issues. Except for the occasional farm tractor whose driver will gladly pull over and waive you around him. Plus, it gives you an opportunity to count the cattle in the pasture. You never know when you will need to report that a calf is out.
3. It’s not Suburbia. We aren’t all alike and contrary to some Metropolitan beliefs, there is intelligent life out here.
4. Your banker actually knows your name, shops in your store and wants you to be successful.
5. Your children receive a quality education. True, there may not be as many subject offerings on site in a small rural school, but I never thought the school was responsible for all of my children’s education. I kinda think as a parent, some of that fell on my shoulders. We are pretty proud of our alumni and if you want a list of their accomplishments, we’ll be happy to share.
6. Something around here makes me smile almost everyday. It might be as simple as observing a wave of fireflies during my pre-dawn walk at the lake or chuckling when the vegetable aisle sign at the local grocery store just says “corn”. (BTW, it says vegetables now). And yes, sometimes change bothers even me!
Past Chamber President
2021 MEETING DATES
The Executive Board of the Pawnee Community Chamber of Commerce meets at 11:30 am on the second Wednesday of every month, except June and December at: 613 Harrison Street in Pawnee, Oklahoma. The January 13th meeting is a special meeting which combines the normal Executive board and the Round Table meeting (see below). Additionally, we will elect the Chamber Board members and Officers for the year 2021.
Dates of our regular meetings for 2021 are: January 13; February 10; March 10; April 14;
May 12; Jun 9; Jul 14; August 11; September 8; October 13; November 10; December 8.
Community Roundtable & Membership Luncheon Meetings:
Dates of Roundtable meetings for 2021 are: January 21; March 18; May 20; July 20; September 16; and November 18. Meetings are rotated to the various eating establishments located in Pawnee, Notices posted on Facebook and via e-mails. If you want to be notified via e-mail contact Chamber Office at email@example.com or 918-762-2108.
The Community Roundtable & Membership Luncheon Meetings are held at 11:30 a.m. on the third Thursday of every odd month, with the exception of June and December.
ALL MEETINGS OF THE PAWNEE COMMUNITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SHALL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. AS ADMINISTRATORS OF PUBLIC FUNDS AND PUBLIC LANDS, IT IS THE POLICY OF THE CHAMBER TO ENCOURAGE AND FACILITATE AN INFORMED CITIZENRY.