Cancer survivors take part in the survivor’s lap during Relay for Life at Cameron University’s Bentley Gardens Friday.
About 350 cancer survivors, family members, friends, co-workers, volunteers, teams, and community members gathered Friday to participate in Relay for Life at Bentley Gardens at Cameron University.
Officials from the wide variety of agencies who helped make the rebuilding of 112th Street possible christened the new roadway during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday.The roadway was funded by the state, county and city through the industrial access road program due to the fact Goodyear’s recent expansion would generate more use of the previously tattered street. From left: Oklahoma Department of Transportation Director Mike Patterson, ODOT District 7 engineer Bob Rose, Goodyear Plant Manager Brent Copeland
Years of planning, construction and cooperation between the state, city, county and industry came to a head Friday on the western edge of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, where officials christened the newly reconstructed West 112th Street  a road layered with asphalt as well as symbolism. 
Annabell Mosley, 6, creates a decoupage plate Monday at the Lawton Fort Sill Art Council as part of their weekly cooperative meeting.
While home-schooled students enjoy benefits of lesson plans customized to their needs and freedom from constraints of public school environments, they can sometimes miss out on extracurricular activities that enrich the school experience  performing in a school play, joining band or displaying works of art. 
Byron Phillips serenades Regan Williams as they rehearse for Cameron University's “110 in the Shade.”
The moment I entered Cameron University's Theatre, the set  three windmills standing tall in front of a night sky  confirmed I was in for a treat.
Apache High School student Ricki Decora works on his own prototype for next year’s VEX Robotics competitions. Students put more than 800 hours into their robots over the course of a year to get ready for competition.
APACHE - The Apache Middle School robotics team closed a successful year with back-to-back appearances in national and international competitions.
First Christian Church pastor Gene Spillman, and the church’s Outreach Committee chair Virginia Lucas, arrange clothes and food that will be donated to Stand Down for homeless veterans.
First Christian Church has been collecting food and clothes to help with the third annual Lawton/Southwest Oklahoma Stand Down that benefits homeless veterans scheduled for May 1 at Centenary United Methodist Church, 704 SW D. 
Cancer survivors take part in the survivor’s lap during Relay for Life at Cameron University’s Bentley Gardens Friday.
Officials from the wide variety of agencies who helped make the rebuilding of 112th Street possible christened the new roadway during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday.The roadway was funded by the state, county and city through the industrial access road program due to the fact Goodyear’s recent expansion would generate more use of the previously tattered street. From left: Oklahoma Department of Transportation Director Mike Patterson, ODOT District 7 engineer Bob Rose, Goodyear Plant Manager Brent Copeland
Annabell Mosley, 6, creates a decoupage plate Monday at the Lawton Fort Sill Art Council as part of their weekly cooperative meeting.
Byron Phillips serenades Regan Williams as they rehearse for Cameron University's “110 in the Shade.”
Apache High School student Ricki Decora works on his own prototype for next year’s VEX Robotics competitions. Students put more than 800 hours into their robots over the course of a year to get ready for competition.
First Christian Church pastor Gene Spillman, and the church’s Outreach Committee chair Virginia Lucas, arrange clothes and food that will be donated to Stand Down for homeless veterans.

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