In two years, Metro Technology Center’s 12 to 15 weekly MetroFit Wellness Community OutReach classes, made possible in part by the Oklahoma City Community Foundation’s Wellness Initiative, have maxed out. “We offer multiple sessions of tai chi, Zumba, Get Fit, line dancing, kickboxing and yoga,” said Metro Tech wellness coordinator Valerie McMurray-Hopkins. Different classes can…
Nick Preftakes and Mark Ruffin’s The Broadway Condominiums will bring needed residences to one of OKC’s fastest-growing districts.
Sixty Oklahoma nonprofits will use the funds for arts, education, health, social services and other outreach programs.
The Healing Arts program helps children develop ways to communicate their emotions and healthy coping mechanisms.
Fields & Futures’ annual Bowtie Ball benefits school athletics programs in Oklahoma City.
Local programs fight to educated citizens and provide them with access to fresh food and exercise.
Shakespeare in the Park, paddle boarding, yoga and other options are available for the public.
Fleener said she appreciates the general cultural shift away from dieting and “getting fit” toward “being well.”
Getting Ahead classes help people break the bonds of generational poverty and take steps to make their lives better.
Mobile Meals of Oklahoma County relies on grants and volunteers in the face of reduced state funding.