The Community Service Council’s inaugural Morning Toast is a celebration of our 80th anniversary held at the magnificent Tulsa Historical Society & Museum. On Friday, August 6, 2021, from 7:30–9 am, join fellow community leaders, friends and champions of the Council as we lift a glass to the last 80 years, and welcome in a new day for the Community Service Council.
Tickets are limited. For more information or to sponsor this event, please email Dan Billingsley, Chief Strategy Officer, at email@example.com.
About the Event
Our presenters, the Honorable G.T. Bynum, Mayor of Tulsa, and Dr. Bruce Dart, Executive Director of the Tulsa Health Department, will speak on the impact and significance of the Community Service Council’s unique and transformative work for Tulsa throughout the years.
Guests and sponsors will enjoy individual gourmet breakfast boxes, live music and a full coffee and mimosa bar inside the museum’s Travis Mansion Room.
A feature video will highlight the extraordinary programs that have launched from the Community Service Council and showcase our dynamic initiatives today that are improving lives across Tulsa. Looking to the future, CEO Pam Ballard will share our vision for the Council in the years to come.
Before and after the presentation, guests are invited to amble along a commemorative “Through the Years” path flagged with our historical milestones that have shaped not only the Community Service Council over the past 80 years, but the entire Tulsa community.
Ever present, always there.
CSC planted this Oak tree in 2011 at the Tulsa Historical Society to commemorate our 70th annivesary. Now a decade later, we see this tree as a symbol of our agency’s dependability, growth and resilience as Tulsa’s lifeline during the challenges our community is facing today.