Sophia Durbin (left) and Abigail Grimes (center) of Ryan work with USAO alumna Vanessa Tindell (right) to make a golden penny during the 2011 Women in Technology and Science Workshop. This year’s workshop for 5th and 6th grade girls is scheduled for Nov. 3. Registration is available online at link.usao.edu/WITS12 or by calling 574-1325.
Area 5th and 6th grade girls can learn about careers in science and technology during the Women in Technology and Science Workshop, scheduled for Nov. 3 at the University of Science and Arts.
DUNCAN - Norma Gene Click, 89 of Duncan, passed away Monday, Oct. 08, 2012 at the Sterling House of Duncan. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012 at the First Baptist Church, with the Rev. Dick Greenwood and Rev. Bryan Pain officiating, interment will be at Memorial Park Cemetery in Ada, arrangements are under the direction of Carter-Smart Funeral Home. Norma Gene Shipley was the oldest of three children born to George Robert and Ada Elizabeth Shipley; she was born in an oil field camp between Shamrock and Drumright in Creek County.
April Doshier, executive director for Food and Shelter and a Chickasha native, returns to her alma mater to receive the USAO Young Alumni award on Nov. 3. The annual reunion, scheduled from Nov. 1-4, is open to all USAO/OCLA/OCW alumni. Registrations are being accepted at the USAO Alumni Development Office, (405) 574-1290.
Chickasha native April Doshier embodies the call to service that is implicit in the liberal arts mission of her alma mater.
Doshier will be honored for her service to some of Oklahoma’s most at-risk communities with the Young Alumni Award during a ceremony on Nov. 3 at the University of Science and Arts.
CHICKASHA – As the leaves turn from a beautiful green to a crisp gold, Drover spirit takes over campus and, frankly, Madness sets in as fans prepare for the start of Drover basketball.
Drover Madness, USAO’s annual basketball pep rally, will open basketball season at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 30 in the USAO Fieldhouse.
“It’s a fun event that kicks off the basketball season,” said Coach Brisco McPherson, who first implemented the event 18 years ago. “And, of course, there’s free T-shirts and free food involved. Plus, you get to know both teams in a fun environment.”