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Edmond Exchange

Edmond Exchange, a wrap-up of what is going on in Edmond.
by Diana Baldwin and William Crum Published: October 3, 2013

The lime green sticker has room for the child's name and information about the parent or guardian and that of a relative not living with the child. The 31/2 inch by 41/2 inch sticker also has a place for a physician's phone number and the medical history or special needs of the child.

The stickers can be picked up at the police department, 23 E First St. It should be placed on the back of the safety seat.

Art Celebration

Supporters and partners of the arts in Edmond will be recognized Friday. A special unveiling will also take place during the program that starts at 9 a.m.

The event will take place in the median at 215 N Boulevard, in front of Boulevard Academy, the original Edmond High School. Parking is available in the lot at the northeast corner of Boulevard and Campbell Street.

Bronze statutes of a puffed-up frog, a paper airplane, people hugging and children fishing are a few of the public art pieces seen on street corners throughout Edmond. The city has 157 pieces of public art.

The Visual Arts Commission helps select, display and maintain Edmond's art collection. The city teams with residents and business owners to buy public art. The commission meets at 4:45 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of the month at the Downtown Community Center, 28 E Main.

What's next

• Tuesday: Edmond Planning Commission meeting, 5:30 p.m., 20 S Littler Ave.

• Oct. 17: Boys Ranch Town will present the Edmond Women's Club members with its Hearts and Homes Award for their support over the years at 6:30 p.m. at Oak Tree Country Club, 700 Country Club.

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by Diana Baldwin
Sr. Reporter
Diana Baldwin has been an Oklahoma journalist since 1976 and came to The Oklahoman in 1991. She covered the Oklahoma City bombing and covered the downfall of Oklahoma City police forensic chemist Joyce Gilchrist misidentifying evidence. She wrote...
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by William Crum
OU and Norman High School graduate, formerly worked as a reporter and editor for the Associated Press, the Star Tribune in Minneapolis, and the Norman Transcript. Married, two children, lives in Norman.
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