His Free Speech Fairness Act would allow nonprofit organizations to speak freely about politics and candidates.
Oklahoma City Midtown Rotary Club’s Spelling Bee(r) returns, Paul Zimmerman buys majority share of Leaf & Bean and Caffeine Crawl returns to the metro.
Sixty Oklahoma nonprofits will use the funds for arts, education, health, social services and other outreach programs.
“It’s not so much that the economy is in a tailspin and more people are becoming homeless,” Straughan said. “Its that we are not able to get folks who are homeless housed as quickly.”
Wilkinson said while each organization addresses specific sets of needs, the work being done in the corridor of hope is all about outreach and uplift.
Keep Oklahoma Beautiful is accepting nominations for its annual Environmental Excellence Competition.
You can get a lot of kennels in a small area, but don’t build too many because the need may shrink quickly once employed.
Heard on Hurd brings musicians, food trucks, families and nonprofits together in its second season of events.
Budget cuts affect nonprofits that provide mental health, historic preservation, arts, prison ministry and education services.
“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.