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By: Patti Rogers, Operation Round Up Coordinator Financial report by: Sara Thomas


Operation Round Up contributions help  The OEC Foundation board is putting $72,000 from Operation Round Up


contributions to work in the communities throughout the OEC service area. The money was awarded at their September meeting.


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Jamey Allen Leroy Bayliff Jim Brown


Vivian Gibson Lloyd Gramling


Jerry McCracken Lynne Miller Sunny Stuart


Beckie Turner Joyce Wallace


 individual in need. Agencies awarded grants include:


FINANCIAL STATEMENT OEC FOUNDATION, INC.


Beginning balance 8/14/2012 .......................$107,896.16 September deposit........... +17,650.19 Interest Income........................ + 5.49 Checks issued..................... -2,539.11


Approved, not yet paid..... -66,475.97 Balance 9/24/2012 ...........$56,536.76


Aging Services, “blizzard bags” of shelf-stable meals for seniors in rural Cleveland County....................................................$2,000 Assistance League of Norman’s Operation School Bell program, winter clothes for school children........................................................$10,000 Dibble Police Department, communications upgrade ..............................$3,000 ....................................................$2,500 .............$10,000 McClain County Foster Care’s Christmas program for children in the state’s custody..............................................................................$3,000 Meals on Wheels of Norman, yearlong scholarships for shut-ins ............$9,000 Naples Fire Department, equipment .........................................................$3,000 Verden Fire Department, equipment.........................................................$3,000 Veteran’s Corner, aid to veterans ............................................................$10,000 Blanchard Schools, Special Olympics program........................................$9,000 ABLE, building maintenance....................................................................$3,000 Mission Norman, holiday meals ...............................................................$2,000 Noble Fire Department, protective gear....................................................$3,000 Pink Fire Department, equipment.............................................................$3,000 Prevent Blindness Oklahoma, student vision screenings..........................$5,000


The board will meet again on Nov. 15 to consider new funding requests. Applications must be submitted by Nov. 12 to be considered at that time. Visit www.okcoop.org > Community & News > Operation Round Up or call Patti Rogers at 405-217-6710 for an application or additional information.


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