OKLAHOMA CITY – Eight decades of employment success for blind business owners could end if House Bill 2230 is approved. The proposed legislation jeopardizes a successful federal-state employment program that has given blind business owners a chance to operate their own food service-related businesses on government property since 1937.
MUSKOGEE, Okla. Oklahoma School for the Blind in Muskogee is pleased to announce that the school has received a $15,000 grant from The Kirschner Trust and will enable the school to make needed playground improvements not included in the state budget.
“We are so pleased to have received this grant,” Rita Echelle, OSB superintendent said. “Since our school is a residential school, it is vital to provide a means of exercise and recreation for our students.
SAPULPA, Okla. – Twenty-two students from the Oklahoma School for the Blind will help the Sapulpa Lion’s Club serve family style beans and chili at the organization’s annual fundraising dinner on Thursday, February 2.
The public is invited to taste the same popular recipes the Lions have prepared since 1952. The first dinners were held at the YMCA, but for many years guests have lined up at the First Baptist Church cafeteria, 124 S. Elm in Sapulpa.
OSB seventh and eighth graders and the high school service learning class will take the shift from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.