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Allegiance Credit Union

Address:
2917 Pioneer St Oklahoma City, OK 73107

Allegiance Credit Union's 48th Annual Meeting

Come on down to the Allegiance Credit Union Game Show! A recap of our 48th Annual Meeting at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum on ...

'Relentless Ruth' - Living Beyond A Diagnosis To Honor OKC Bombing Victims

Each year, more than 24,000 people take part in the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, to remember those affected by the bombing. One of those runners this year is determined to finish the race, despite her health obstacles.

With every step and every breath, Ruth Rickey keeps moving.

"I'm like the healthiest sick person you'll ever meet," she said.

The effort isn't easy but necessary, which is why she's become known as "Relentless Ruth."

"I start a lot more races than I finish," Rickey said. "Something about being out there and being outdoors makes me feel alive."

Ruth suffers from a rare form of leukemia and Addison's disease.

"It turns out that Addison's is a lot harder than leukemia," she said. "If I'm not on steroids, I don't get out of bed, I can't move, everything hurts."

However, she's managed her health and has become a triathlete in her own right. And now, she's now training to honor the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing with survivor Amy Downs by her side.

School System Hosts 35th Annual Achievement Awards Banquet

Federal Credit Union, AES Warrior Run, Daly Computers, First Peoples Community Federal Credit Union, Hamilton Relay, LaVale Lions Club, Orbital ATK, Inc., Skyline Technology Solutions, VERSO Corporation, Western Maryland Health System, and Willetts Technology, Inc.  Members of the banquet planning committee who worked to organize the program were Nil Grove, chair; Dr. Kim Kalbaugh, Dr. Wendy Main, and Tanya Gomer.  Tom Harrison provided the music for the evening’s event, and Oscar’s Restaurant catered the sit-down dinner.  The Career Center’s printing department printed the programs for the banquet.

            Superintendent of Schools, Dr. David Cox, opened the event with a welcome address to all students, parents, and special guests in attendance.  Dr. Sara-Beth Bittinger, school board president, served as the Master of Ceremonies and presided over the awards presentations. Tammy Fraley, school board vice president, led the Pledge of Allegiance; Laurie Marchini, school board member, offered a tribute; Nicholas Hadley, school board member, introduced the evening’s special guests; and Wayne Foote, school board member, gave closing remarks.  High school principals introduced each of the students below as they received recognition for their accomplishments.

Am I a Democrat or Republican?

I found this quiz but I have different answers than many of the questions allow. What do you think?

1. Corporations, if left unregulated will end up destroying the environment.

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2.


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Republicans won't generally tolerate ideas like "Increase funding for the DoE" or "Drilling for oil in Alaska is bad" or "Public schools should teach all religions.