Donation benefits pet adoption efforts
Hudiburg Subaru presented the Central Oklahoma Humane Society a donation of more than $3,000 to support the organization and its efforts to eliminate the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals in Oklahoma City. Brad Smicklas, general manager of Hudiburg Subaru, made the presentation to Amy Shrodes, director of marketing and development for the Central Oklahoma Humane Society. The funds will be used to continue to place homeless animals, as well as to pay for food, vaccinations, microchipping and other needs.
Retirement seminar planned
EDMOND — Retirement adviser Jared Hopkins will present a free seminar from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Edmond Historical Society, 431 S Boulevard. Among the topics will be how Social Security fits with other retirement income streams. To register, call 917-5309 or go to seminarOK@portfoliollc.com.
Youths can still apply for council
NORMAN — City officials are still accepting applications for the 2014 Norman Youth Council class. The youth council is an advisory body composed of youths who provide input to the city council, particularly on issues affecting young people. Applications are due April 30. All high school sophomores, juniors and seniors who live in Norman are eligible. Applicants need two letters of recommendation from adults familiar with their leadership skills and service to the community. Successful applicants will serve a term from September through May 2015. The council meets monthly. For more information or to download an application, go to www.normanok.gov and click on the “How do I” tab. For more information, call Denise Johnson at 366-5422.
FROM STAFF REPORTS