As we turn the page of this year’s calendar to December, it seems like it was just yesterday we were singing carols, unwrapping gifts and toasting to 2017. Now—as unbelievable as it may seem—it’s time to do it all over again.
Children’s Hospital Foundation hosted more than 400 guests and netted $248,000 during the 2017 Starlight Ball on Friday, October 20, at the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club. With a “Casablanca” theme, guests enjoyed a cocktail hour, casino games, punch wall, dinner and live music.
Children’s Hospital Foundation and Love’s Travel Stops have partnered to help Oklahoma students who miss school due to lengthy hospital stays at Children’s Hospital connect with their classmates and teachers. CHF and Love’s representatives officially unveiled the Bear in the Chair program in Oklahoma Friday, October 13, at Heartland Middle School in Edmond. Jack Beaver, a 15-year-old student at Heartland, is the…
Like most things in life, presentation is key. Of course gift wrapping falls under this rule. Here's our 6-step life hack to wrapping like a professional. So say goodbye to amateur presents plagued with gift wrap gap or crumpled corners, and say hello to perfection.
Giving the gift of transportation isn't something most can offer during the holiday season. This year, because of Jeremiah's Carstars' participation in a nationwide industry giveaway program, one lucky veteran became the proud owner of a 2016 Ford Fusion. Donated by the Hertz Corporation and refurbished by Jeremiah’s Carstar for the recent Recycled Rides Vehicle Reveal, the car met its new owner in Oklahoma City.
Hovering over the minds of people all across Oklahoma, a strange mix of sadness and fond memories can creep into their holiday season. Having the support of family and friends is essential when a loved one passes away, but in the case of those who have experienced the loss of a police officer, the situation is truly unique.