Oklahoma City-area community news in brief

Oklahoma City-area community news in brief
Oklahoman Published: July 17, 2014
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COMMUNITY

School supply program relocates

United Way of Norman’s annual ABC School Supply Program has a new location. This year’s intake process is at Bethel Baptist Multipurpose Building, 1132 McGee Drive. Sign-up runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through Friday or until funds are depleted. The ABC School Supply Program operates on a first-come, first-served basis. Pre-K through 12th-grade students in Norman, Noble, Little Axe, Lexington and Robin Hill are eligible to apply. However, families must meet income guidelines. Bring current proof of income, proof of residence, Social Security cards for all family members and a current driver’s license or photo identification. For more information, call 329-2025 or go to www.unitedwaynorman.org/abc.

Krazy Daze set in Edmond

The 51st annual Krazy Daze sales in downtown Edmond will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 26. The event, sponsored by the Downtown Edmond Business Association, is free to the public. A dunk tank, live entertainment, Kona Ice and Roxy’s Ice Cream Social will be part of the event. Downtown merchants will offer their biggest markdowns of the year. Krazy Daze has been an annual tradition in Edmond since the early 1960s when Hoot Gibson, owner of McCall’s at 21 S Broadway, came up with the idea to help clear out inventory from downtown retailers’ stores. Krazy Daze this year will benefit the Hope Center of Edmond. Food, hygiene and cash donations will be accepted.

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