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Marshall to Host Lab Rescue Adoption Event


Marshall Brewing Holds Adoption Event for Lab Rescue of OK Saturday, June 3rd

Tulsa, OK – May 30, 2016 – Marshall Brewing Co., Tulsa’s first production, dog-friendly craft brewery will host an adoption event Saturday, June 3rd from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM. for Lab Rescue OK, Inc. This first of its kind event will feature the opportunity for guests to visit with labrador retrievers that have been rescued and are looking for forever homes.

Adding to the festivities will be local musicians the Scissortails performing live in the brew house. Veg Head food truck will be on hand offering delicious healthy meals for sale.

What: Lab Rescue Adoption Event

Where: Marshall Brewing Co. – 618 S. Wheeling Ave, Tulsa, OK

When: 12:00 – 4:00 PM

Lab Rescue Ok, Inc. is an all Volunteer, Non-Profit Organization.

Lab Rescue OK, Inc. was formed in 1999 by one very dedicated individual. Since that time Lab Rescue Ok, Inc. became incorporated in 2001 and gained its 501 c(3) status in 2003. Since its inception, we have rescued and found loving, forever homes for over 2,000 Labradors in Tulsa and the surrounding areas. We have been able to do this because of the dedication and love from our volunteers, foster families, local animal rescue advocates, and those that are willing to open their hearts and homes to a rescued lab.

POSTPONED:2017 Kendall Whittier Beautification – Sequoyah Elementary Service Project


***Update***

With regret, we must postpone our planned service project at Sequoyah Elementary. Due to torrential rain the area is too saturated for any meaningful work to take place. We will re-schedule.

 

Sequoyah Elementary School, located at 724 N. Birmingham Avenue, Tulsa, OK, was founded in 1927 to serve the Kendall Whittier neighborhood. The early day elementary school was located at 3441 E. Archer St., and through the diligence of Dianna Potts, School Operations Manager, obtained a grant to build a teaching garden. Shortly after the garden was installed, through consolidation, Sequoyah was re-located to its current location, the former home of Cleveland Middle School.

While consolidation was good for the district, it was disappointing to lose the teaching garden. Undeterred, Potts, moved a every bit of the garden she could salvage to a courtyard area at the new location. She rebuilt the garden by herself installing crushed granite at the base of each raised bed to insure proper drainage. However, manpower, money and time have all been constraints to the project getting fully back on track.

The Project

Monarch Butterfly Garden and Waystation

Immediately before entering the fenced teaching garden, an area exists that Diana Potts envisions as being planted with Milkweed and thriving with the beautiful Monarch butterfly. Potts has approval once the area is planted for the location to be an official Monarch Waystation.

The area currently needs weeding, general cleanup and to have its soil turned before students can plant already on-hand Milkweed seeds.




Teaching Garden

“When asked where tomatoes come from, most kids indicate the grocery store,” explained Potts.

Thanks to Potts efforts to save the Teaching Garden from the previous location, ten raised beds are in place. A potting bench, deck, and outdoor tables also occupy the space that she sees in the future being used for outdoor teaching. The entire area is in need of a good cleanup. The beds need to be weeded and turned in preparation for student plantings.

 


Community

As part of our inaugural Earth Day Celebration, we seek your help in undertaking the Sequoyah Teaching Garden Project. The current struggles of our state’s public education system have been well documented. It’s time for us as caring Oklahomans to take action at the community level. Any and all augmentation to our system shows teachers and students that we care about them, and want to support the mission of improving and enriching the lives of children.

Marshall Brewing will soon turn nine years old, and while many have asked over the years why we chose to operate our brewery and build our brand in a state slow to embrace modernization of alcohol laws, our response has always been “THIS IS HOME.” Our success, has been built on the care of Oklahomans who have championed our cause, become brand ambassadors, and supported with unyielding loyalty. In short, this community cares!

Please Help – Many Hands Make Light Work

We ask that you help us in our mission to give back to our community through volunteering for the Sequoyah Teaching Garden Service Project. We are seeking any able bodied folks capable of donating a few hours of their time to get the Monarch Garden & Waystation project moving forward, and prepping the Teaching Garden for students to plant.
Please send an email to info@marshallbrewing.com to volunteer.

Date: Earth Day! April 22, 2017

Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Location: Sequoyah Elementary, 724 N. Birmingham Ave., Tulsa, OK

Things to Bring:

Drinking Water
Gloves
Leaf Rakes
Sunscreen
Shovels
Trash Bags


We will meet at Sequoyah at 9:00 AM, but will take whatever time you have to donate. Our celebration of Earth Day at the brewery begins at noon. Thank you for your interest in helping make our community a bit brighter. Cheers!

Celebrate Earth Day at Marshall Brewing!


2017 Inaugural Earth Day Celebration – Saturday, April 22, 2017 – 12:00 – 6:00 PM

Help us celebrate the bounty of water, barley, hops and yeast that mother earth provides!

Did you know?
Our brewery recycles 90% of our dry waste.
We donate our spent grain to a local rancher.

These are just practices that are at the core of our commitment to responsibly operating our brewery with respect for the earth. Join us for our inaugural celebration of our love for Mother Earth. As part of the celebration, we will untake a beautification of our neighborhood, Kendall Whittier Main Street. Groups will leave from the brewery for designated locations to clean and beautify the neighborhood.

As is always part of our Tap Room gatherings, we will feature…

Local Beer, Local Food & Local Music

Local Beer – Look for special offerings from our brewing team to please a wide variety of palates.

Local Food – Our friends at VegHead Food Truck will be on hand offering delicious meals.

Local Music – CROW will be live in the brew house.

Ride Your Bike
Our brewery is bike friendly and located conveniently just a few blocks from the Midland Valley Bike Trail. We offer a bike rack for convenient and safe parking. http://www.incog.org/Transportation/trailguide/MidlandValley/midlandvalley.htm

Bring Your Dog
Marshall Brewing is dog friendly and can offer water bowls to keep our four legged friends cool. Please keep your pet on a leash.

Kendall Whittier Beautification
If you are interested in participating in the neighborhood beautification and clean-up please send an email to info@marshallbrewing.com.

Brewery Tours
Free brewery tours will be offered on a first come, first served basis.