The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK

Community Service 2011

Community Service 2011
  • covercs.jpg Community Service 2011

    One of the attributes of living in Enid and Northwest Oklahoma is the abundant pride residents have in its people, land and businesses. The 2011 News & Eagle Progress edition highlights these areas and pays tribute to all of those who make our region shine 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

    April 16, 2011 1 Photo

  • DowntownEnid_2_BV copy.jpg A spirit of past, present, future

    Residents of Enid and northwest Oklahoma should be proud of their service, which no doubt will continue to be a hallmark of the region and a picture of pride.

    April 16, 2011 1 Photo

  • peo woman copy.jpg Century of service

    One of the P.E.O.’s primary projects is to sponsor a scholarship for an Enid student going to college with the intention of majoring in music.

    April 16, 2011 1 Photo

  • Jim_Hartzell2 copy.jpg It takes a team

    “Everyone ... is dedicated to making things work and won’t give up easy.” — Jim Hartzell, city of Enid

    April 16, 2011 2 Photos

  • snowillustration.jpg Snow’s purpose: Just to be there

    “Naoma shoveled the snow for our first patient, and she has gone above and beyond for all our patients since then.” — Julie Nelson, volunteer coordinator for Hospice Circle of Love.

    April 16, 2011 1 Photo

  • Enid_Rotary_5_BV.jpg Enid Rotary Club flavors its fundraising

    Festival of Flavor, sponsored by Enid Rotary Club, raised money for two projects — one local and one international. The lion’s share of the proceeds from the event will fund technology purchases for Emerson Middle School.

    April 16, 2011 4 Photos

  • Paul_Mathis_BH copy.jpg ‘I’m just doing what I’m supposed to do’

    “Education is the reason why I am where I am currently. It’s totally changed my status, my life. I think education’s a difference maker. I think in America it’s the great equalizer, quite frankly.” — Paul Mathis

    April 16, 2011 2 Photos

  • Matt_Davis_Trails_BH.jpg On the right trail

    “My enthusiasm comes from recognizing that Enid needs more outdoor activities that people can do every day. Not to mention it is dangerous to ride a bike or run or walk in Enid.” — Matt Davis

    April 16, 2011 1 Photo

  • JWL_ReturnEng_2_BV copy.jpg Serving Enid a Return Engagement for JWL

    Enid’s Junior Welfare League began in the fall of 1930 by women who saw a need in the Enid community during the Great Depression.

    April 16, 2011 2 Photos

  • Andrew_Lawrence_Horz_BH.jpg Do anything to give kids a chance

    “It costs money for kids to play sports these days. Kids don’t have money to do that. We decided if kids wanted to play, they would play." — Sonny Lawrence

    April 16, 2011 2 Photos