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By Steve Gust For The OklahomanLarry Holmes and Gerry Cooney, who once dominated the boxing world, visited U. S. Grant High School and urged teens to follow the right path in life and dream big.
They were there last week as guests of the Oklahoma City Police Athletic League, a nonprofit that provides athletic programs while fostering relationships between police and youth.
Holmes and Cooney, high-profile prize fighters of the 1970s and 1980s, spoke of their own struggles during a student assembly in the Grant auditorium.
From Staff ReportsPhotographs and stories illustrating the experiences of 25 women from northeast Oklahoma City is on display through Friday on the second floor of City Hall, 200 N Walker.
The free exhibit, called the Women of Northeast Oklahoma City Photovoice Project, illustrates how neighborhood conditions impact Oklahoma City residents' safety and their day-to-day enjoyment of the areas in which they live, according to a news release.
“Participating in this project was a chance to give back to my community and not just talk about change, but be a pivotal agent in the change of northeast Oklahoma City,” exhibit contributor and city employee Tiffani Sanders said.
“I want those who visit the exhibit to learn, see, hear, relate and empathize with the stories these women told through photographs and writings.”
The exhibit is sponsored by the University of Oklahoma College of Architecture and the OU Humanities Forum.
Scott Singleton, an associate psychology professor at the University of Central Oklahoma, was named school psychologist of the year for 2016-17 by the Oklahoma School Psychologist Association.
He now is eligible for the national honor to be presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Convention in February in San Antonio.
Singleton, a 1993 graduate of Bethany High School, earned bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Nevada and a doctorate from California Southern University.