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"Help, healing and healthy choices now ...
"Help, healing and healthy choices now abound, and it's time to celebrate the change that has come to this neighborhood," says Clark Millspaugh, executive director and founder of The Harvest.
He and 11 other private investors contributed funds to purchase, gut, fully remodel and launch The Harvest, the nonprofit fresh food market and office complex that house the other organizations so desperately needed in this underserved community.
"We've been mentoring and working with families in this community with our church," says Millspaugh, a member of First United Methodist Church downtown, a Partner in Education to the nearby Eugene Field Elementary School."
For more information about The Harvest, e-mail: Clark Millspaugh at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (918) 760-6219.
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What we have been able to do is provide a very convenient healthy and affordable store" says Clark Millspaugh Executive director and founder of The Harvest.
What we have been able to ...
What we have been able to do is provide a very convenient, healthy and affordable store," says Clark Millspaugh, Executive director and founder of The Harvest.
Clark Millspaugh telling ...
Clark Millspaugh telling his story
I met Clark
two years ago at a Wild at Heart Expedition.
Years ago he
played an important role in gatherings his
closest buddies together to enjoy a trip to Colorado and go to John Elderedge's Boot Camp.
That proved to be an impacting moment, so impacting that those guys brought the expedition home with them.
Now every year, those same guys take over a 100 guys on this journey.
It has personally impacted my life.
Aside from running an exploration business, Clark
has made his
real legacy in the Westside Harvest Market.
The recent Tulsa World article below tells it best.
They'd have to get a cab or take a bus, which was a several-hour endeavor," said Clark Millspaugh, executive director and founder.
The Harvest is the combined visions of Millspaugh
, Hemm and Heather Oakley, who runs Global Gardens
, an after-school program that teaches kids about gardening.
"One building is food for the body and the other building is food for the soul," Millspaugh
wife, Anne, along with 10 others, invested about $500,000 to overhaul the buildings and transform them into the Harvest.
Now we're here and can have life with them," Millspaugh
Clark Millspaugh participated in our New Century New Church II conference in September 2001.
At that point, he was an Oil & Gas entrepreneur in Tulsa, OK with a passion to determine how he could use his life to make a difference in the lives of others.
Deeply devoted to his church, Clark first became involved in challenging other men in Tulsa through launching Men's Fraternity, leading outdoor adventures and leading a men's group.
sold 90% of his
business, purchased a building in the urban area of Tulsa next to the Eugene Field Elementary School
The building and ministry is called The Harvest.
and his wife, Anne, who is also deeply involved, along with eleven other investors, partner with a number of ministries that are using the space as a central location to provide critical services to the underserved people of this community.