Positive Tomorrows recently named Nicholle Jones Edwards, attorney at Phillips Murrah P.C., to its board of directors.
Todd Lechtenberger, First Med Urgent Care, was elected president; H.K. Hatcher, NBC Bank, was elected treasurer; and Andre Caldwell, Crowe and Dunlevy, was elected secretary.
“We are excited to have Nicholle join our team and know she will be an asset to our school,” said Susan Agel, president and principal of Positive Tomorrows. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma School of Law, Edwards serves on the advisory board of the OU Women & Gender Studies Program and the Good Shepherd Ministries Board. Positive Tomorrows is a private, tuition-free elementary school that serves homeless children and their families.
Nathan Pratt, 18, of Edmond, has been called to serve a mission in the Philippines for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He reported July 23 for a two-year volunteer mission in the Cebu area of the Philippines, where he will do community service work and teach the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The son of Kelly and Diane Pratt, he is a graduate of Edmond Santa Fe High School. He prepared for his mission by serving in his congregation and attending early morning Scripture study classes during his high school years.
He was active in student government and the National Honor Society at Santa Fe and is a trained lifeguard.
FROM STAFF REPORTS