“Generally, with technology today, we’re able to get photos and stay in touch with owners of our dogs so we know that they’re happy in their new homes,” Peterson said.
Through the help of community and school leaders, the Anita Martinez Mariachi Festival, Feb. 4-7, aspires to keep the music playing at OKCPS.
“One of the key components to building strong students is allowing them to identify and have pride in who they are,” said Gloria Torres, who represents District 6 in south OKC. Through the help of community and school leaders, the Anita Martinez Mariachi Festival, Feb. 4-7, aspires to keep the music playing at Oklahoma City…
The Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women prepares Afghan and Rwandan businesswomen for economic growth.
Oklahoma City Thunder player Russell Westbrook opens a new Russell’s Reading Room at Edwards Elementary School.
Jackie Cooper’s relatives, including singer Graham Colton, breathe new life into Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund and Red Tie Night.
“Being incarcerated, you miss your family. You want to be there. If they could only give us day passes and we could go for a few hours, I promise I’d come back.”
“We started as an effort by students to fundraise for after-school programs for the refugees,” Habashi said.
“I can’t imagine what it would be like to be homeless, especially during this time of the year,” she said.
This holiday season, local businesses, employees and community organizations prove why metro-area residents are some of the most generous in the nation. On the cover, youth often benefit most from the kindness of people who support groups like The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital, Infant Crisis Services, The Education and Employment Ministry, and The Salvation Army.…