Junior League of OKC announces health focus
The Junior League of Oklahoma City announced a health and wellness initiative that marks its new five-year focus.
According to America’s Health Rankings, Oklahoma is ranked 44th in overall health, with 32 percent of adults — a stunning 875,000 citizens — fighting obesity.
“The negative statistics concerning our state’s overall health far outweigh the positive,” said president Kristi Leonard in a news release. “The Junior League of Oklahoma City is an organization that adapts to the demands of time. We understand that there is a great need in our community for health and wellness advocacy, and the Junior League has decided to undertake a five-year focus that will positively impact these conditions. Our membership is enthusiastic to begin contributing to the betterment of our communities’ quality of life.”
For more information, contact Kristen Ferate by phone at (405) 843.5668 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OU to show silent film
NORMAN — The University of Oklahoma School of Music and Boggess Organ Series present the silent film “The Cameraman” at 8 p.m. Friday in Sharp Concert Hall, Catlett Music Center, 500 W Boyd Street. Organist Peter Krasinski will provide live accompaniment.
“The Cameraman” tells the story of Buster, a clumsy man who attempts to become a motion picture cameraman to be close to Sally, the object of his desire.
Tickets are $9 for adults and $5 for students, OU faculty and staff, and senior adults in advance. Tickets are $10 at the door with no discounts. For tickets, call 325-4101. Go to music.ou.edu for a full calendar of events.