HomeLeadersPhilanthropyDolese donates $10,000 to Marland Community Center

Dolese donates $10,000 to Marland Community Center

Dolese Bros. Co. recently made the donation to help fund a needed epoxy coating to make the floor more durable.

Dolese Bros. Co. recently made the donation to help fund a needed epoxy coating to make the floor more durable.

Dolese Bros. Co. recently made a $10,000 donation to the Marland Community Center to help fund needed improvements, including an epoxy coating to make the floor more durable.

Sally Buxton, chairman of the board for Marland, accepted the check from Kermit Frank, vice president of communications and community relations.

“At Dolese, our mission is to improve communities through our products, action, and support,” Frank said. “We understand the importance of the center to the town of Marland, and we’re proud to help the community keep their center in good repair.”

Dolese’s 7 Mile Mine in Ponca City, Oklahoma, is the company’s nearest plant to Marland. Dolese operates more than 60 facilities with more than 1,000 employees throughout Oklahoma.

Sign up for our weekly newsletter for our weekly newsletter and get the latest 405 news & events happening straight to your inbox!

Featured Stories

The Wave and the Wheat

Rachel Cannon and Matt Payne took the Oklahoma Film industry by storm when they created Prairie Surf Media a mere two years ago. Now,...

The Business of Basketball

Only 27 out of the roughly 19,500 cities in America can claim an NBA team.  .14% And Oklahoma City lays claim to the Thunder. In October, the...

All that Glitters

This fall, University of Oklahoma President Joe Harroz welcomed the largest freshman class in the school’s 132-year history, more than a quarter who are...