OKLAHOMA CITY – Melinda Fruendt, from Guthrie, was honored Thursday with the 2016 Workforce Champion award from the Oklahoma Association of Workforce Development Boards and the Oklahoma Workforce Association.
Donnalla Miller, OAWDB chair, presented the award to Fruendt on the floor of the House of Representatives at the state Capitol during the 2016 Oklahoma Works Alumni and Business Leaders Celebration.
MUSKOGEE, Okla. -- The Oklahoma School for the Blind and their Parent Teacher Organization will host the annual “Future Shock” Career Day on Thursday, Nov. 3.
Future Shock is a unique educational experience designed for blind and visually impaired students from across the state of Oklahoma, their families, teachers of students with visually impairment and other interested individuals.
The event is scheduled from 12:30 until 3:10 p.m. on the OSB campus, 3300 Gibson Street in Muskogee.
EDMOND, Okla. − The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services’ Vocational Rehabilitation office in Edmond will relocate on Friday, October 28, to 235 W. Dennis Street. The location is east of Apple Village Manufactured home Community.
The office provides career planning, employment and related services to job seekers with disabilities.
The main phone number will remain 405-657-1800.
This DRS Division office serves customers from Edmond, Crescent, Luther and far north and far northwest Oklahoma City, except those who are blind or visually impaired.
SULPHUR, Okla. – Oklahoma School for the Deaf students, faculty, parents and friends will rename and dedicate the school’s library on Thursday (October 13) in honor of long-time school librarian Sue Galloway.
The dedication will take place at 3:00 p.m. in the OSD library located on the third floor of White Hall at 1100 E. Oklahoma in Sulphur.
Galloway retired in July 2016 after serving generations of OSD students for 25 years.
She is the great-great-great-granddaughter of Laurent Clerc, the first teacher of the deaf in the United States.
MUSKGOEE, Okla. –Students and faculty from Oklahoma School for the Blind are gearing up for National White Cane Safety Day on Tuesday, October 11.
They have planned a free educational program from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Arrowhead Mall, 501 North Main Street in Muskogee. All activities will take place at the west end of the mall between the food court and Dillard’s.