Meet Debra Brakefield and her sons who started Bowling for the Differently Abled
Bowling for the Differently Abled is open to all families and meets on Saturdays at 11 AM at Bronco Bowl 133N. Mustang Road; Mustang, OK 73064. Cost is $3 per game with shoes included! Find out more here.
Trina Naff-Eaves and her son Jeremy who started Camp Noggin
Camp Noggin is an annual day camp for school age kids (8 – 11 years old) and provides opportunities for campers to build confidence and independence while developing friendships. The camp is loaded with unique experiences and includes an amazing sharing of talent. Camp Noggin does not often have open slots for new participants because most campers return year after year. However, you can find out more here.
Meet Crystal Frost who started the PieceWalk
Meet Dee Blose and her son who started Bee’s Knees
Bee’s Knees is a model program for how to gather friends and create opportunities for every member to improve quality of life. The group started when five high school friends graduated and wanted to have something creative to do together to remain friends. Art and exploring the community became their passion! As the group met, lives were changed. Bees Knees members are community ambassadors who share their passions in our state and beyond. Read their powerful story. This group is currently full and there are no open spots for others to join, however, The Swanky Art Camp is a great way to meet the Bee’s Knees artists and join in their art fun. Find out more about engaging Bee’s Knees in the community or about participating in the Swanky Art Camp.