Norman changes pet licensing
NORMAN — Norman Animal Welfare now is administering 2017 pet licenses through its vendor PetData. The license fee for spayed or neutered pets is $10 for one year or $30 for three years. The fee for pets not neutered or spayed is $20 for a year or $60 for three years. A rabies vaccination certificate is required. To get a license online, go to PetData.com and enter your ZIP code. To get a license by mail, send a copy of your cat or dog's current rabies certificate and any other applicable documentation, along with a check, to Norman Animal Licensing, c/o PetData, PO Box 141929, Irving, TX 75014.
Historical society seeks members
EDMOND — The Edmond Historical Society & Museum is offering 2017-2018 memberships. The money supports new exhibits, education programs, special events and publications. Members get for one year a subscription to the quarterly newsletter, invitations to members-only events, a 10 percent discount in the gift shop and discounts at Cafe 501, Kamps, Ellis Island Coffee and Wine Lounge and Silver Leaf Gems. Dues are $20 for students and seniors; $35 for individuals; $60 for families; $125 for contributing and business and $250 for patrons. To donate, go to www.edmondhistory.org.
Aquatic centers to change schedule
Starting Aug. 13, Earlywine and Will Rogers Family Aquatic Centers will change to a weekend-only schedule through the end of the season. Weekend hours are noon to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday through Sept. 4.
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