Canadian Valley Technology Center Superintendent Greg Winters received the 2012 Oklahoma Career and Technical Education Equity Council Outstanding Leadership Award. He was presented the award during a ceremony at the state Capitol. Winters, of Piedmont, has served as superintendent at three Oklahoma technology centers and has served as the Canadian Valley superintendent since 2008.
The Norman Kiwanis Club recently honored students enrolled at the Moore Norman Technology Center. Trevor Herrian, a senior from Norman North High School, is a second-year student at the technology center studying accounting services. Barry Brown is in the automotive service technology course. Brown works part-time at Marc Heitz Chevrolet as a GM Apprentice and attends Moore Norman Technology Center part-time.
Midwest City High School senior Georgia Mason won Hudiburg Chevrolet's Win a Ride to Prom contest launched in celebration of the Midwest City dealership's 55th anniversary. Mason submitted an essay illustrating her community volunteer work to raise money for the Children's Organ Transplant Association to help Keller Lai, 7, of Moore, receive a bone-marrow transplant. Hudiburg will donate $300 to the association and provide Mason with dinner for four and a chauffeured ride for prom.
Two clients of Moore Norman Technology Center's Business Development Center were honored April 6 at the Journal Record's annual Innovator of the Year awards. Dr. Keley John Booth, owner of Surgery Logistics LLC, was recognized for his development and programming of Web-based medical logistics management software for mobile devices. Also, Jeff and Maria Arms, of Arecon Data LLC, were recognized for their oil and gas supply chain management software and cloud services.