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From Staff ReportsMIDWEST CITY — The World's Fair, an annual event at Carl Albert High School in the Midwest City-Del City School District, is organized and presented by world history students.
Students research their assigned countries, then set up booths, prepare native foods, share a custom, game or activity, and dress in attire based on their research.
From Staff ReportsStudents from Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School brought in 90,300 pounds of food during their annual canned food drive.
The drive is sponsored by the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and provides food to struggling Oklahoma families.
Bishop McGuinness High School has been involved with the drive since its inception in 1988.
By Steve Gust For The OklahomanOne of Bobbie Brown's enduring legacies to Oklahoma City will be an idea she shared with two others in the late 1970s to hold a library book sale.
Today, organizers say the Friends of the Metropolitan Library System sale is one of the largest in the nation.
At age 100, Brown fondly looks back at the event, which started in 1981 and netted a modest $6,200.