Farm Bureau to Help Schools

Ponca City Now - September 4, 2013 10:33 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The Oklahoma Farm Bureau plans to make a donation to an organization dedicated to building shelters for every school in the state.

The Farm Bureau plans to make the announcement Wednesday at a State Capitol news confe5rence. The donation will be made to the Shelter Oklahoma Schools initiative.

State Rep. Jon Echols of Oklahoma City says the project has received widespread support and that the donation from the Farm Bureau will help to keep it going.

Rep. Mark McBride of Moore says that Moore school have has been the focus of the project after the devastating tornado in May, the initiative is for all of the state and will bring safety and security to schools from Broken Bow to Guymon.

 

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