Oklahoma Self Advocacy Network will offer three free, training sessions to help disability advocates sharpen self-advocacy and leadership skills. Expert trainers with disabilities from Oklahoma People First will teach these training sessions.
Meet the trainers. Practice your message. Lunch provided. We still have seats available.
SAPULPA, Okla. – The Sapulpa Lion’s Club members have prepared their family style beans and chili recipes that have kept friends and neighbors coming back to their annual dinners every year since 1952.
For only $8, bean and chili supper guests get all they can eat of everything on the menu: chili and four kinds of beans -- the number one seller pinto -- plus navy, lima (or butter) beans, and black eyed peas, and, of course, cornbread, cole slaw, tea, coffee, milk and buttermilk.
"If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward." Martin Luther King, Jr.
DRS offices are closed Jan. 21st. Black and white image of King. DRS logo. Empower Oklahomans with Disabilities
SULPHUR, Okla. – The Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma has awarded a generous grant to purchase 776 hearing aids through the statewide Senior Citizens Hearing Aid Program operated by the Oklahoma School for the Deaf.
As a result, 572 low-income seniors with significant hearing losses will be immediately transferred from waiting lists and receive their hearing aids.
In addition, the grant will fund hearing aids for the next 204 senior citizens who apply for help through the program.