Articles tagged with: homeless
From The Oklahoma Gazette:
“Dale” worked hard in a reasonable construction job refinishing floors. There are a lot of gymnasiums in the Oklahoma City metro area, and his company had contracts with the big one — the University of Oklahoma, as well as a number of others.
From The Norman Transcript:
“It just broke my heart,” says Tony Gray, speaking of a trip to the river bridge south of Norman where he saw the make-shift shelters of homeless residents. He left with a nagging feeling to do something, a feeling that he couldn’t ignore.
This is the first article in a series on the homeless population in Norman. View the accompanying photo essay here.
by Ajit Bhand
At 8 a.m., dark clouds were already gathering outside to signal another gloomy day full of rain. A baby carriage came to a halt, and the solitary passenger seemed perturbed.… Continue reading
This is the first part in a series on the homeless population in Norman. Read the accompanying article here.
Food and Shelter for Friends welcomes volunteers who can help serve meals, work in the community garden, answer phones, or help with many other projects.… Continue reading