Earlier this summer The Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma announced they would be building a state-of-the-art urban STEM camp in the Adventure District in Oklahoma City.
We asked Pet Angels staff member Tiffany Smith to help answer some common questions for families considering pet adoption.
“I realized this is how it’s going to be and I had to learn to adapt to it,” Lewis said.
“I just didn’t know that we had people in this state who are hungry,” she said. “Not just hungry but chronically hungry. They don’t know where their next meal is coming from.”
It wasn’t until after her surgery that Borchardt decided to seek out peers for support. She came across Curvy Girls and realized it might be a good way to connect and help others.
To be “housing stable,” an individual would need to make at least $12 an hour, compared to Oklahoma’s current $7.25 minimum wage.
Local non-profit Infant Crisis Services reports three in four Oklahoma children struggle with diaper need.
Cox Communications now offers a service called Cox Homelife Care that can make it easier for a senior or a person with a disability to live a more independent life.
A pet can be an integral part to getting people to open up.
Fifteen-year-old Annie Brown started Project Kindness OK as a way to bring the community together.