Stand for the Silent video
August 31, 2012
On Wednesday I had the chance to hear Kirk Smalley speak at Southeast High School on behalf of his charity, Stand for the Silent. He showed this video, which was completely created by high school studnets. I thought it was so neat.
Your kid could be a Munchkin!
August 29, 2012
Well. This sounds adorable.
Munchkins are needed to represent the Lollypop Guild and the Lullaby League! Not only that, but a casting call is being made for other roles in Rose State College’s upcoming production of “The Wizard of Oz,” due to go on stage Nov. 2-4.
The first call will be for the... Read More
Skip Kelly, Ed Shadid to host joint town hall meeting
August 28, 2012
Here’s the skinny from the city:
The community is invited to a joint town hall meeting hosted by Ward 2 Councilman Ed Shadid and Ward 7 Councilman Skip Kelly at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 30 at Trinity Baptist Church, 320 NW 79th.
The meeting will address issues faced by residents living in neighborhoods... Read More
Paul Wesselhoft, Sally Kern ask to axe government funds to nonprofits
August 24, 2012
Well THIS is interesting. Here’s a press release from the state House of Representatives:
OKLAHOMA CITY – State Reps. Paul Wesselhoft and Sally Kern this week delivered a letter to Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin asking her to block tax dollars that would go to non-profit organizations.
“We do not think tax... Read More
Boot Camp day raises money for woman with cancer
August 22, 2012
There are lots of fundraisers out there to help out people who are suffering from life-threatening illnesses, but this one is so creative and cool. It’s a benefit boot camp.
That’s right – you are sweating your face off and helping someone who desperately needs it.
Stacey Slaton has Stage 4 liver and... Read More
Fun Facts: Back to school!
August 01, 2012
The U.S. Census put out some interesting facts related to the back-to-school season. Today marks the beginning of the year for Oklahoma City Public Schools.
$7.7 billion: The amount of money spent at family clothing stores in August 2011. Only in November and December were sales higher. Similarly, sales at book... Read More