• Old Sportsman's Club to become Chickasaw Community Center and Senior Center

    Ground was broken last month for a new Chickasaw Community Center and Senior Center on the 50-acre property formerly operated as the Sportman's Club at 4001 NW 39th Expressway.

    On the south shores of a 26-acre lake, all the former Sportman's Country Club facilities have been demolished to make way for two large structures, parking and recreation facilities.



    The Community Center structure will be two stories in height and approximately 31,400 square feet.

    It will feature a large lobby with a fireplace and a large banquet hall, which includes a multipurpose stage. The banquet hall will accommodate 950 guests and is equipped with a state-of-the-art audio visual system.

    The Senior Center will be one story and 11,600 square feet and includes a catering kitchen for large events and a family-style kitchen for smaller gatherings. Additional spaces include restrooms, an office, storage, a meeting room and a large patio area directly off the lobby.



    The buildings will provide a central location in Oklahoma City where Chickasaw citizens will have a place for family reunions, community council meetings, picnics and a variety of other events.

    Once complete, the property will also include recreational areas and courts.

    3,500 Chickasaw citizens currently reside in the Oklahoma City metro area.








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