At Zoe Kids’ Café, after the children eat, there’s a theme-based lesson, mostly regarding social skills, moral behavior or values — the kinds of lessons you’d expect from a ministry to children, Pitts said. Praise and worship time is next, followed by outside activities, assuming the weather is cooperative.
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With spring break just around the corner, local businesses and organizations are planning activities for the kids and teenagers to give them fun things to do throughout the week.
One way I rest and recuperate is to bake or make something in the kitchen.
With summer break from school here, any child 18 and under can receive free, nutritious meals at more than 80 sites through Regional Food Bank…
Fort Gibson High School senior Lauren Bergman, spent part of last week buying snacks and making cards for people at Fort Gibson Nursing Home.
According to Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, in these first few days of a waiver for CACFP being approved, Denny Price Family YMCA saw the highest total average of children come through for meals, averaging 100 plus each night.
"It’s not quite an expedition, but it’s more than an adventure. We just made up the word to explain how we looked at this project.” — Keith Griesel
Zoe Kids' Cafe, 729 E. Maine, currently is accepting registrations and seeking volunteers for its summer camp, scheduled for June 5 to July 26.
Donors at the OBI Enid Donor Center who bring in a canned or nonperishable food donation will be entered to win a $25 gift card and also will receive an OBI "Summer Vibes" T-shirt and either a pass for one entry to Science Museum Oklahoma in Oklahoma City or a pass for two to Safari Joe’s H2O Water Park in Tulsa.