Chip Oppenheim, Marion and Craig Story enjoyed the activities that the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and the Oklahoma History Center hosted to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Oklahoma?s Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute Program. The events included Colonial Day at the Capitol for fifth grade students, an afternoon teacher workshop and an evening reception and dinner at the Oklahoma History Center.
Marion Story is the daughter of the late Oklahoma City businessman Edward C. Joullian III, who began the partnership between Williamsburg and the Foundation for Excellence. For 20 years, the Joullian family has overseen the fundraising efforts for fellowships for teachers to attend the annual Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute. The celebration dinner was held at the Oklahoma History Center (Photo by David Wheelock).