Oklahoma City-area teens help homeless youths have brighter holiday
Members of the Oklahoma National Guard Teen Panel volunteered at Positive Tomorrows to help homeless youths have a brighter holiday.
Six teens from the Oklahoma National Guard Teen Panel came together to make sure dozens of homeless children had a merry Christmas.
The teens, ranging in age from 15 to 18, spent more than nine hours at Positive Tomorrows School in Oklahoma City setting up the Merry Market.
The Merry Market offers the students, their siblings and parents an opportunity to “shop” for gifts for their family members at no cost. Positive Tomorrow’s volunteer coordinator Rachel...
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