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OKG Newsletter


Topic: community

American Muslim Association of Oklahoma City finishes a new mosque


News

Greg Horton
The American Muslim Association of Oklahoma City completed work on their new mosque, 3201 N.W. 48th. Saleem Quraishi, the president of the association's board, said plans are in the works for an openi...
 
Thursday, December 4, 2008

Creative Oklahoma Inc. to host a 2010 forum


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Charles Martin
Representatives of Oklahoma's creative class traveled to the Creativity World Forum in Antwerp, Belgium, in November to learn how to give the state a booster shot in ingenuity through the nonprofit or...
 
Thursday, December 11, 2008

Some Oklahoma churches split from U.S. Episcopal Church


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Greg Horton
Oklahoma City Anglican and Episcopalian congregations are taking different directions in response to the news recently that a new Anglican province, or group, is being formed in the United States. Rep...
 
Thursday, December 18, 2008

Northwest Classen students do their part to keep trash out of landfills


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John David Sutter
After lugging around bags of empty soda bottles for an environmental club at her Oklahoma City high school, 17-year-old Andrea Hernandez decided to take her eco-ethics home to a family that wasn't all...
 
Thursday, December 18, 2008

National group helps to restore Oklahoma properties


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Lea Terry
A community's historic buildings are more than just reminders of the past; they also connect generations through their shared experiences with these sites, said Daniel Carey, director of the National ...
 
Thursday, December 18, 2008

Vietnamese refugees have made a home in Oklahoma City


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Greg Horton
Hoa Tran left Vietnam on a U.S. Navy ship the day Saigon fell, April 30, 1975. He would not see his family again for four years. Tran was one of more than 700,000 Vietnamese refugees who fled in the...
 
Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Big Apple holiday tradition comes to Oklahoma City


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Rod Lott
Nothing beats a great pair of legs. Except maybe two dozen of them. For the past four years, Oklahoma City University alum and OKC resident Karen Boyd Bethel has been one of 24 of the world-famous Ro...
 
Wednesday, December 24, 2008

OKC professionals contribute to social networking book


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Lea Terry
With the click of a mouse, you can find a former classmate now living halfway around the world. You can also connect with fellow professionals in your area. You can even track your friends' day-to-day...
 
Thursday, January 1, 2009

Community Action Agency works to help first-time homebuyers


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Gina Dabney
Free homebuyer education workshops offered by the Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma/Canadian Counties (CAA) give first-time homebuyers a clearer understanding of the process of pur...
 
Thursday, January 8, 2009

The legacy of five Oklahoma American Indian ballerinas continues to shape lives


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Fran L. Thomas
Nearly seven decades after they first splashed onto the scene, Oklahoma's first five American Indian ballerinas are still impacting lives and changing the cultural atmosphere of the ballet world. With...
 
Thursday, January 15, 2009
 
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