Memorial Programs Featured at Education Luncheon
Thursday, April 19
11:30AM – 1PM
Crowne Plaza, 2945 NW Expressway in Oklahoma City
Do you remember where you were when the bomb went off? Most long-time residents of Oklahoma city have a vivid recollection of that moment that changed our world. It is hard to believe that most of the students graduating high school now were born the year of this horrible tragedy.
The legacy of those lost and those who survived is honored by tributes at the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum. Over the years, it has created new resources to teach respect, forgiveness, and healing.
On Thursday, April 19, Lynne Roller, the Museum’s Education Director, will speak at the Chamber’s annual Excellence in Education Luncheon, marking the 17th anniversary of the attack on the Murrah building and an entire community forever changed by it.
We will look to the future by presenting the Northwest Chamber Community Scholarship to four outstanding graduating seniors. Join us for this very special event as we remember the past and celebrate the future.
Tickets for this luncheon are $25 each or $150 for a table of six.
Please consider sponsoring the attendance of our scholarship recipients and their parents $75
Please call 789-1256 to RSVP or email email@example.com