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TTCU Announces $144,750 in Donations to Oklahoma Schools

TTCU Federal Credit Union donated $144,750 to Oklahoma schools this August through its School Pride program, with $18,500 going to the Broken Arrow Public School District. “I’m pleased to announce that our August School Pride donations were nearly a 20% increase over last year,” TTCU President and CEO Tim Lyons said. “TTCU was founded by teachers, but now we accept members from all walks of life. However, our passion for supporting local schools remains the same.”
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Jaiden Brooke Cole and Taylor Duane George. Shannan Marie Bryant and Daniel Grant Denton. Nichole Danielle Plumley and Johnathon Ryan Reeves. State of Oklahoma v. Amanda Michelle Arnold for trespassing after being forbidden. State of Oklahoma v. Dennis Lowell Washa for obstructing officer, and acts resulting in gross injury/outraging public...
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United Way of South Central Oklahoma kicks of 2021 campaign, $875,000 goal set

The United Way of South Central Oklahoma kicked off its 2021 campaign drive on Monday at the HFV Wilson Community Center. This year's goal is $875,000 , the same amount as 2020. The campaign will run through December. Once all funding has been collected the money will be distributed among the 33 United Way partner agencies located in Carter, Johnston, Love, Murray and Marshall Counties. Out of every dollar raised 98% will remain in Southern Oklahoma with the final 2% being used for administrative costs.
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4-year-old Oklahoma boy sees homelessness for the first time – what he does next wins him a Pay It 4Ward award

MIDWEST CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – If you need proof that the golden rule is still alive and well in Oklahoma, just look to four-year-old old Houston Smith. Houston and his dad, Austin Smith, are regulars at the Arby’s restaurant at 1700 South Air Depot in Midwest City. But little Houston saw something recently that he’d never seen before – a man experiencing homelessness, sitting outside.
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