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.

BY MAJ. GEOFF LEGLER Published: December 29, 2012
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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.

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