3 CN citizens honored for ‘Making a Difference’

BY STAFF REPORTS
07/25/2018 12:00 PM
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Journal Record has chosen three Cherokee Nation citizens for its Fifty Making a Difference publication, which honors women in the business world.

The three CN citizens are former Tribal Councilor Cara Cowan Watts of Tulsa Pier Drilling, Cherokee Ballard of Oklahoma Natural Gas and Kimberly Teehee of Cherokee Nation Businesses.

The three Cherokees will join 47 other women on Oct. 11 at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and in the publication Fifty Making a Difference.

Individual tickets are $160; regular tables and corporate table sponsorships are also available.
For banquet reservations, email battaway@journalrecord.com or call 405-278-2820.

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